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HD Video, 21-26min.


HD Video, 7min.

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HD Video, 7min.

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One approach towards video is performative; placing pieces of real-life on a filmic stage, a combination of functional and symbolic space is presented. The other approach is gathering archival filmic material such as memory to contrast conflicting demands. They become essayistic in nature.

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Selected screenings/exhibitions:

Aus,

Mar. 2017 
Diagonale – Festival of Austrian Film, Graz
ANTI PREDATOR ADAPTATION / Category: Innovative Cinama

Sep. 2016 
Zeitgenössische Kunst im Landhaus St.Pölten, Projektraum Donau
Four Siblings

Jul. 2016
frame[o]ut Digital Summer Screenings, MQ Vienna
ANTI PREDATOR ADAPTATION

Jun. 2016
Museum of the Moving Image (MOMI), NYC
ANTI PREDATOR ADAPTATION


May 2016
Anthology Film Archives, NYC
ANTI PREDATOR ADAPTATION


Apr .2016
AUSTRIAN AMERICAN SHORT FILM FESTIVAL, Austrian Cultural Forum New York City
ANTI PREDATOR ADAPTATION / Category: Experimental and Conceptual

Mar. 2016
Künstlerhaus – Gesellschaft bildender Künstlerinnen und Künstler Österreichs, »Opera publica«
(she) picture(s) porn. A fictional rehearsal

Nov. 2015
Mumok – Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Vienna,
Film-contribution within the program »You've seen me before I«»You’ve seen me before II« 
– Between Appropriation and Déjà-vu.
ANTI PREDATOR ADAPTATION, Screening + performative intervention
Europe: In third Person 


Jul. 2015
Project Space Danube, Osijek, Croatia
Four Siblings

Jun. 2015
Diploma exhibition Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Semperdepot EG Nord

Jan. 2015
Screening 9min. 43sec, Rundgang Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Unclouded Blueness


Jan. 2014
Haute école d'art et de design Genève – Video-installation
Peut-etre que j'avais juste pas assez respire

Aug. 2012 
International Summer Academy of Fine Arts Salzburg
A Susanna

Jan. 2011
Kunsthalle Vienna, Karlsplatz, exhibition-contribution
»ikl serious : Junge KünstlerInnen von morgen schon heute«