• NOV 17 to DEC 23
    Group Exhibition
    The Living Room

    Category

    • Group Exhibition
    • Contemporary

    Dates and Opening hours

    NOV 17 to DEC 23, 2016

    Vernissage: 16th November, 7pm

    Event Location

    Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art

    Weihburggasse 26
    Vienna
    Austria

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    Artists

    • Commonplace Studio
    • David Derksen
    • Maarten De Ceulaer
    • Marlène Huissoud
    • Martin Robitsch
    • mischer’traxler
    • Officina Corpuscoli
    • Sonja Bäumel
    • Studio Formafantasma

    Information

    THE LIVING ROOM
    A project by Dunbar’s Number – works by Sonja Bäumel, Maarten De Ceulaer, Commonplace Studio, Officina Corpuscoli, David Derksen, Studio Formafantasma, Marlène Huissoud, mischer’traxler and Martin Robitsch

    The exhibition „The Living Room“ created by „Dunbar’s Number“ – an association existing of the studios Sonja Bäumel, mischer’traxler, Martin Robitsch, Konstantin Schmölzer as well as the curator Judith Radlegger – focuses on the processes of transformations of the natural and cultural.
    The line between the artificial and the the nature gets dissolved while the formation process becomes more decisive for creations and the concept of design is fortified with the emphasis on processuality. The exhibited objects describe an ephemeral condition, are subject to continual change or a snapshot of a natural process.
    Already the first exhibition of „Dunbar’s Number“ concentrated on constant changes of states and „mutation“ became a self-reflexion. Now in the third exhibition project of the collective, the participating designers and artists go even further by conceiving the macro- amd microcosm „Living Room“ as place where life happens and by emphasizing the experience of the selected projects.
    Besides works by Sonja Bäumel, mischer’traxler and Martin Robitsch also invited projects that have the idea of formation process in common, will be exhibited.

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