lives and works in Vienna and Steiermark, Austria
b. 1994 in Graz, Austria
2016 - present University of Applied Arts Vienna
2008 - 2013 Vienna Fashion Institute, Textile Design
Selected Group Exhibitions
Photo Graz Selection III - Galerija Labin, Zagreb/Croatia
Photo Graz Selection III (Online) - Palais Yeniköy, Istanbul/Turkey
Zweitraum Festival - Base, Graz/Austria
Photo Graz Selection III - Technische Universität, Poznań/Poland
Photo Graz Selection III - Oranzerija, Vukovar/Croatia
Photo Graz Selection III - Sklad, Plovdiv/Bulgaria
Das Wesen der Kunst (Mensch) - K3, Pischelsdorf/Austria
PaperLAB - Papiermachermuseum, Steyrermühl/Austria
Photo Graz Selection III - Hevre, Krakow/Poland
Photo Graz Selection III - ORF Funkhausgalerie, Graz/Austria
Photo Graz 018 - Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten, Graz/Austria
2019, Kulturverein KULM, Pischelsdorf/Austria
2019, Art Collection of the City of Graz
2018, Photo Graz 018 Catalogue
In my artistic work I deal with internal and external structures that correlate with each other. Natural forms overlap clear constructions, a flower winds around a fence and fine lines swallow the intense color behind it. My work is a kind of reflection of our current existence, shaped by mutually complementary contradictions.
I'm trying to capture a sense of the zeitgeist rather than reproducing what I have seen and experienced. My works are more of a conjecture than a fact, invisible instead of visible, doubtful instead of firmly convinced. This is also reflected in the choice of mediums, materials, shape and color. I mainly work with graphite, black watercolor, black and white film and text on paper - all mediums, materials and techniques that are very cautious, but strong in their expressiveness and direct translation.
In addition to my drawing practice (including photography and writing), I started working with natural materials, creating experimental floral arrangements, which are an extension of my previous work, moving into other mediums. While there is something melancholic about my drawings, the floral sculptures (which can also be seen as drawings in a way) create a cheerful contrast, bringing healing and joy into a world of intellect, facts and despair.
Kunst ab Hinterhof