»how to be you« Due to the pandemic, I couldn’t exhibit my diploma works (yet). I still want to show my diploma text, as it has marked an important step in understanding myself and my work.
This is an exhibition I curated together with Birgit Glocker in a former juvenile prison. We invited 17 artists to transform the cells. To view exhibition shots, click here. To view the cell I transformed, click here.
The writing through material club (Dunja Krcek and Christina Kehrer) organized a short-term symposium with the beautiful title “unfinished sympathies” where we could bring all the clutter that we collected the past year and finish it there. We worked on plastics, old bills, used copying-paper and cloth and exchanged our favorite poetry and art-writing for […]
Budapest-based artist Dorottya Kalocsai and curator Zsófia Kókai organized this exhibition together with Jana Kolbert, bringing together 8 young big scale women positions on painting. Participating artists are Dunja Krcek, Carina Luksik, Esther Martens, Anna Schmoll, Veronika Beringer, Dorottya Kalocsai, Jana Kolbert, Twan Geissberger. Opening 12.06.2019
After a week-long symposium where we worked in various places of Waldviertel (the forest, the shed, the garden, the house) we opened our exhibition in the barn of Dorfbründel, showing our various sculptures, sounds, videos, drawings, installations and paintings that are all inspired by the nature, the politics and societies of Waldviertel. With Dunja Krcek, […]
Exhibition in Kunstraum Wien Mitte, where we celebrated the beauty and pleasures of edibles. With Lisa Berger, Lucia Quiqueran, Anna Schmoll, Dunja Krcek, Birgit Glocker and Nora Eckhart
We were asked by the local cultural center of Spielfeld to curate and exhibit in an old castle in the south of Styria. With over 27 artists participating we had the great opportunity to show the diversity of contemporary painting to the people living there. The support and interest of the local cultural and art […]
This was my first solo show in a small space in Vienna. The title refers to the sometimes intangibility of art and the process of art making, and my personal confrontation with it at that time.
I was asked to exhibit in the “Schaufenster Denis”, an off-space that only consists of a shop-window as part of a Kebap-restaurant. The exhibition was part of “MUSAO (Museum auf Abwegen) Grundsteingasse”, a bi-annual festival where the road is closed for traffic and the off-spaces and studios on the street organize exhibitions, performances, concerts and […]