This portrait series is inspired by the iconic three little apes. 3 Portraits of the artists are defaults for transformation with the Al Gahaku App and it’s ten variation options. The results will be presented in the internet or other digital mediums.
This videoperformance is using existing studio furnishings transformed in obstacles.
In his ring-like installation, Roland Wegerer shows a flowing panorama of vegetation stages. Buckets are used to cover grass for some weeks.
This video action is extracted by some boredom.
Lyrics: The Rolling Stones, (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”
Experimental Live Sound Performance with public Instrument “Arc Harp” by Josef Baier.
The artist transforms and deforms his selfies by using apps on his mobile phone. Questions about image, storytelling and self-optimization are ignored.
A combination of photography and sound recordings creates a modern landscape that can be visited at the website.
Passè shows an abstract dancer in a ballet position called Passè. This installation was settled in the former Anton-Bruckner-University in Linz just before it was rebuilt. In this place students got their education in music, dancing and acting. This rotating figure is a silent goodbye for this house.
Burning Lens – Snow Edition is a series of photographs taken in winter 2017/18. With long term exposures (2 to 6 sec.) and precise choreography of the artist these photographs are showing some painting qualities.
Burning Lens is a series of photographs taken in the woods. With long term exposures (2 to 6 sec.)