HÖHENRAUSCH.2 - Brücken im Himmel


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OK | HÖHENRAUSCH.2
Bridges in the Sky

press information from: 10.05.2011

date: 12.05.2011 - 16.10.2011

opening: 12.05.2011 (All day)

Project Director: Rainer Jessl
Curatorial Team: Genoveva Rückert, Julia Stoff, Martin Sturm, Rainer Zendron
External Venues: Art Collection of the Federal Province of Upper Austria, municipal swimming pool Parkbad, Power Tower Energie AG, Upper Austrian Provincial Garden Show Ansfelden 2011

The project has been supported within the framework of the Program for Regional Competitive Ability Upper Austria 2007 - 2013 by funding from the European Fund for Regional Development and funding from the Federal Province of Upper Austria.

The OK “Offenes Kulturhaus” and partners set a new milestone again with HÖHENRAUSCH.2 / Thrill of the Heights. In addition to the exhibition center in the OK and on the roofs of the city center, a broad network of partners is involved in the conceptualization and realization of this major project.

With a total of 51 artists from 17 countries, 46 art projects have been realized, some of them site- specific new productions. The art works center around the emotional experience quality of artistic nature events: the exhibition stages the phenomena of “air” and “water” in an urban environment. Atmospherically tuned installations create spaces of artistic experience along the course of the exhibition.

To begin with, Žilvinas Kempinas uses ventilators to make magnetic tapes fly; alongside this, Rúrí’s 52 Icelandic waterfalls rush as a sound and photo archive. One floor above, Stefan Banz covers the parquet floor of the Large Hall of the OK with real water, thus irritating perception. Before the passage to the outside, Lang/Baumann install an air-filled, cylindrical bubble pushing outward through an opening. On the roof Fujiko Nakaya transforms an unsightly car park deck into a mysterious, windy sea of mist with countless water jets. On a large open surface behind this, Jeppe Hein has built one of his spectacular interactive water pavilions.

Still further up, the flat roof of a shopping center dominated by ventilators becomes the exhibition space for Ursula Stalder’s systematically arranged finds from the Venice lagoon. In a bell tower made accessible through the bridges by Jürg Conzett, Wolfgang Dorninger creates “false” wind noises with the replica of a baroque wind machine (but only when it is operated by the visitors). Re-entering the OK, visitors are greeted by Eduardo Coimbra with a sky panorama of neon tubes. Before the passage into the former cloister building, the smoke machine by Pipilotti Rist generates beautiful, short-lived air bubbles. Pepi Maier’s spiral-shaped copper-tube ice sculpture floats in the attic of the Ursulinenhof, iced over by the moisture of the air and with the help of a cooling machine. Following a winding entry into the north tower, visitors finally reach the large attic of the Ursuline church. There Gisela Motta and Leandro Lima provide an ethereal blue hour with a hydra!
ulic neon wave. The last exhibition location leads into the nave of the church, which Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller transform into a four-part air-sound-space with a prominent council of loudspeakers beginning 9 June. Along the way there are smaller artistic interventions, cloud pictures, streamers, and a Blue Cabinet of the Elements with numerous artistic objects. Local art associations cooperate with contributions of their own in the Studio Gallery of the Art Collection of the Federal Province of Upper Austria. Finally, a special path of spirits criss-crosses through the exhibition, playfully leading children into the imaginary world of strange beings of the sky and water.

The impressive installations do not merely depict nature, but rather create aesthetic spaces of experience. Sensation and knowledge move in tandem through the exhibition, interweaving in the individual stations. Our notions of nature – the mental images we have of it – and our relationship to nature are shifted into focus. Nature is deconstructed. An important goal of art is to lose our certainty (Eisenmann). Nothing is better suited for this than a concept of astonishment that is a precondition, trigger and motor of the thirst for knowledge.

1. WOLFGANG DORNINGER
Wasser, Wind, Waves, 2011

As an imaginary echo and prelude to HÖHENRAUSCH.2, sounds were implanted in the vestibule at the entrance. In this environment, visitors can hear concrete water and wind noises as well as synthesized sounds; together with the wind machine in the bell tower, these constitute a unified acoustic space.

Sound Installation 4-Audiochannels (non directional), 4 tactile speakers, DVD 7 ́
Commissioned by: OK Offenes Kulturhaus

Born 1960 in Linz / AT, lives and works in Linz and gladly elsewhere as well.

2. ŽILVINAS KEMPINAS
Live Transmission, 2011

Live Transmission is a room-filling kinetic sculpture that takes shape continuously by means of moving magnetic tapes, deriving its impulses from wind produced by fans. The expansive, wavy movements illustrate elementary laws of physics while playfully revealing the hidden powers of wind.

Installation, Magnetic tape, industrial fans, size varies
Courtesy: the artist, Yvon Lambert New York – Paris and Galerija Vartai, Vilnius
Commissioned by: OK Offenes Kulturhaus

Born in Plunge / LT in 1969, lives and works in New York / US.

3. RÚRÍ
Archive – Endangered Waters, 2003

Rúrí preserved images and sounds of Iceland‘s 52 most important waterfalls. When a visitor pulls one of the frames out of the archive chest, he hears an original soundtrack matching the transparent photograph mounted there. The audio installation bears witness to the endangerment of these natural phenomena, because since it was made, half of the waterfalls have gone silent.

Interactive multi media installation, Series of 52 framed photographs
Steel, glass, transparent photo positives, audio-system, computer controls Archival structure 234 x 516 x 160 cm
Courtesy: the artist

Born 1951 in Reykjavik, lives and works in Reykjavík / IS.

4. LAURA GLUSMAN
nado y nada, 2004 [I Swim and Nothing]

The water’s surface looks at once muddy and sparkling. The body of the woman doing the crawl stroke through the water hardly stands out at all, seeming to symbiotically become one with the element. In the constant repetition of the video loop, the figure becomes a prisoner. Despite continuous motion, she is rooted in place – an image of futility, of trying to swim against the current.

Video projection, DV 720 x 576 /DVD PAL, 2 ́18 ́ loop, colour, sound

Born in Argentina, 1971, lives and works in Rosario / AR.

5. STEFAN BANZ
Dive 2 (Sanftmut und Jähzorn), 1996–2011 [Dive 2 (Placidity and Temper)]

The main hall of the OK, flooded ankle-deep with water, can be crossed via a flat wooden walkway. Reflected in the water’s surface, the room blurs under the mirror effect into an image of placidity. Violating the rules by venturing a “hot-tempered” step into the glittering water will not be punished, even when it distorts the contemplative pattern.

Installation, Space, water, light, window, foil, wood, 800 x 1100 x 2000 cm Commissioned by: OK Offenes Kulturhaus, Courtesy: the artist
With the support of: Pro Helvetia Swiss Arts Council

Born 1961 in Sursee / CH, lives in Cully / CH and Berlin / DE.

6. LANG/BAUMANN
Comfort #10, 2011

On the facade of the OK an oversized soap bubble seems to be squeezing through the window. But what looks like a bubble from outdoors is actually a transparent cylindrical sculpture. Pressed through the window and filled with air, the sphere-shaped object’s interior reflects the room around it.

Installation
Polyurethane-foil, tube, ventilator, 1 cylinder, 3.3 x 5 m
Commissioned by: OK Offenes Kulturhaus, With the support of: Pro Helvetia Swiss Arts Council

Sabina Lang, born 1972 in Bern / CH; Daniel Baumann, born 1967 in San Francisco / US, live in Burgdorf / CH and work together since 1990

7. URSULA STALDER
Die Lagune von Venedig, 2007/2011 [Lagoon of Venice]

The discarded detritus of everyday life, which Ursula Stalder gathered up as flotsam and jetsam washed up on the beach, is stranded between the planks of the boardwalks in HÖHENRAUSCH.2. The Lagune von Venedig (Lagoons of Venice) with their rotting fishing boats and drifting garbage come together painting a picture of indifference, waste and maritime origins.

Outdoor installation, Found objects, decrepit fishing boats, ship parts, buoys, fishery equipment, plenty of garbage, Approx. 350 m2
With the support of: Pro Helvetia Swiss Arts Council

Born 1953 in Horw / Luzern, lives and works in Luzern / CH.

8. WOLFGANG DORNINGER
Windmaschine, 2011 [wind machine]

The whistling sound of the wind pervades the open bell tower. But it is only an illusion, because the noise actually comes from the rubbing of a piece of sailcloth against a wooden roller in a replica of a Baroque wind machine activated by visitors. With the help of this historic mechanism, sound artist Wolfgang Dorninger succeeds at making the tower, now bell-less, resound once again.

Idea: the artist, wind machine: Förderverein zum Erhalt historischer TheaterTechnik und TheaterArchitektur e.V, Berlin/DE
Commissioned by: OK Offenes Kulturhaus

Born 1960 in Linz / AT, lives and works in Linz and gladly elsewhere as well.

9. ATELIER BOW-WOW / JP
Linz Super Branch, 2011

CONZETT, BRONZINI, GARTMANN / CH
Bridges in the Sky, 2011

In 2009, the Japanese architecture studio Bow-Wow developed Linz’s rooftop landscape into an architectural configuration they called the “Linz Super Branch.” Following the concept of branching, the modular system of walkways has now put out new shoots: with the “James Bond Walk” along the edge of the Passage and with bridges leading across the parking deck, a new circuit was opened up.
Already visible from afar, two spectacular bridges bracket the spires of the Ursulinenkirche. Developed by Swiss architectural artist Jürg Conzett, the bridge structure with its precise, functional aesthetic dovetails perfectly with the modular walkways system designed by Atelier Bow-Wow. The organiclike structure with its rootlike offshoots has thus succeeded in bridging the yawning gap between the buildings.

Atelier Bow-Wow
Linz Super Branch, 2011
Wooden construction: stairs, walkways and platforms
In collaboration with: Riepl Riepl Architekten, Commissioned by: OK Offenes Kulturhaus

Conzett, Bronzini, Gartmann
Bridges in the Sky, 2011
Two bidges, wooden construction in Kooperation mit Riepl Riepl Architekten
In collaboration with: Riepl Riepl Architekten, Commissioned by: OK Offenes Kulturhaus

Atelier Bow-Wow architecture studio founded 1992 in Tokyo / JP; led by Yoshiharu Tsukamoto (*1965 in Kanagawa) & Momoyo Kaijima (*1969 in Tokyo). Construction drawings by Masatoshi Hirai.
Conzett, Bronzini, Gartmann, office of structural engineers founded 1992 in Chur / CH, led by: Jürg Conzett (*1956, Schiers), Gianfranco Bronzini (*1967, Brusio), Patrick Gartmann (*1968, Tenna).

10. HANS KROPSHOFER

A space station has landed above the roofs of Linz. It sends its visitors on a journey through time between yesterday and today. How has Linz changed? What remained, what came, and what is the quality of life like in the city? A look into and from Focus Linz will give you an idea.

Commissioned by the City of Linz
Idea: Haslinger, Keck
Design: Hans Kropshofer

11. JEPPE HEIN
Hexagonal Water Pavilion, 2007

In a programmed water pavilion where walls of water rise and fall at random, viewers can experience widely divergent configurations of space. Hexagonal Water Pavilion is a programmed water pavilion whose shape is deduced from the isometric view of a cube. The water walls randomly rise and fall describing all possible configurations of the space. Visitors are allowed to move within the structure, thus offering them an aesthetical experience and provoking interaction between viewer and surrounding.

Installation
Water, stainless steel, nozzles, electrical pumps, computer controller, Wooden ramp, 19.80 x 13.07 x 2.50 m
Courtesy: Johann König, Berlin and 303 Gallery, New York

Born 1974 in Denmark, lives and works in Berlin / DE.

12. FUJIKO NAKAYA
Cloud Parking in Linz, 2011

Patches of fog drift above the rooftops of Linz, forming an atmospheric transition to the heavenly spheres of HÖHENRAUSCH. 2. The fog installation, hanging in thick layers despite the lofty heights, generate an artificial natural phenomenon.

Fog Sculpture, Fog systems, approx. 600 nozzles, water
Commissioned by: OK Offenes Kulturhaus

Born 1933 in Tokyo, lives and works in Tokyo / JP.

13. EDUARDO COIMBRA
Luz Natural, 2011 [Natural Light]

A shimmering image of the sky is generated by fragmented photos of clouds affixed to neon tubes As a mediator between the outdoors and indoors, this fragmentary heavenly pano-rama represents the light picture itself, seeing as clouds and the blue of the sky are in fact nothing but the purest and most impressive virtual manifestations.

Installation
Print on Duratrans, fluorescent lamps, 238 x 535 cm, diameter each 6 cm
Commissioned by: OK Offenes Kulturhaus, Courtesy: the artist

Born 1955 in Rio de Janeiro / BR, lives and works there.

14. BLUE CABINET

A selection of art films, photographs, objects and documents are assembled in the Blue Cabinet, which playfully deal with air and water as moving and elementary occurrences.

Erdal Buldun TR/DE
Inge Dick AT
Gerhard Dirmoser AT
Gino de Dominicis IT
Ronald Duarte BR
Jack Falanga US
Ceal Floyer GB
Gianfranco Foschino CL
Dara Friedman US/DE
Shaun Gladwell AU
Shilpa Gupta IN
Peter Hauenschild, Georg Ritter AT
Hund und Horn AT
Mathias Kessler AT
William Lamson US
Angelika Middendorf DE
Vik Muniz BR
Yoko Ono JP
Steve Poleskie US
Michael Sailstorfer DE
Roman Signer CH

15. PIPILOTTI RIST
Nichts , 1999/2011

A smoke-bubble machine creates pure poetry. The smokefilled bubbles first come out as perfect spheres shimmering in rainbow colors, then wobble misshapenly as they glide through the air, only to finally pop, vanishing with all their ethereal beauty into nothingness.

Installation
Maschine producing soap bubbles filled with white smoke, 161 x 125,5 x 61, 5 cm
Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth, Zurich
With the support of: Pro Helvetia Swiss Arts Council

Born 1962 in Grabs in the Swiss Rhine Valley, lives and works in Zurich / CH.

16. DIE KUNSTSAMMLUNG art collection of Upper Austria

is the state’s “youngest” cultural institution.
The KUNSTSAMMLUNG exhibition space, known as the Studiogalerie, is connected via a bridge with the OK Offenes Kulturhaus and acts as interface between Ursulinenhof and OK. At the invitation of the ART COLLECTION, the Ursulinenhof Galleries present themselves with the theme of „air“ in a changing exhibition.

12 MayEckart Sonnleitner (Berufsvereinigung Bildender Künstler)
3 JuneNEXTCOMIC Corner, Fotografische Gesellschaft Oberösterreich and Club Galerie der Dr. Ernst Koref-Stiftung
5 AugustJudith Huemer (Oberösterreichischer Kunstverein)
26 AugustRosa M Hessling (invited by KUNSTSAMMLUNG des Landes)

17. LOUNGE AREA
Literary quotations on cold and heat from:

WALTER BENJAMIN
THOMAS BERNHARD
T.C. BOYLE
FRIEDRICH HEBBEL
FRIEDRICH HÖLDERLIN
THOMAS MANN
ANNA SEGHERS
ADALBERT STIFTER
BRUNO SCHULZ
STEFAN ZWEIG

18. PEPI MAIER
Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011

Frozen, spiraling copper pipes arrestingly twist a convoluted path through the attic of the Ursulinenhof, the hottest summer-time spot of the exhibition route. A cooling unit causes the meandering structure to constantly ice up in contact with the ambient warm air, while it at the same time conducts an aesthetic dialogue with the Baroque building where it is located.

Installation, Copper pipe, refrigerating machine, ice
Commissioned by: OK Offenes Kulturhaus

Born 1959 in Passau, lives and works in Linz.

19. GISELA MOTTA / LEANDRO LIMA
Zero Hidrográfico [Chart Datum], 2010

The attic of the Ursulinenkirche is flooded by the light of an abstract installation exhibiting a wavelike pattern of movement. Using an elaborate system of hydraulic rods moving vertically and neon tubes on the horizontal plane, the project generates an aesthetic structure of high intensity and magical appeal.

Mixed media installation, 60 T5 fluorescent lamps, 36 motorized mechanism, 750 x 750 cm

Born 1976 in São Paulo, live and work in São Paulo / BR.

Overview

OK | HÖHENRAUSCH.2
Bridges in the Sky
12 May - 16 October 2011

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O.T. (BALLOON CLOUD): Eva Schlegel, 2011
O.T. (BALLOON CLOUD): Eva Schlegel, 2011
O.T. (BALLOON CLOUD): Eva Schlegel, 2011
O.T. (BALLOON CLOUD): Eva Schlegel, 2011
O.T. (BALLOON CLOUD): Eva Schlegel, 2011
O.T. (BALLOON CLOUD): Eva Schlegel, 2011
O.T. (BALLOON CLOUD): Eva Schlegel, 2011
O.T. (BALLOON CLOUD): Eva Schlegel, 2011
ANFÄNGE DER RAUMFAHRT (HARDCORE VERSION): Werner Reiterer, 2004
ANFÄNGE DER RAUMFAHRT (HARDCORE VERSION): Werner Reiterer, 2004
ANFÄNGE DER RAUMFAHRT (HARDCORE VERSION): Werner Reiterer, 2004
ANFÄNGE DER RAUMFAHRT (HARDCORE VERSION): Werner Reiterer, 2004
„PFFT …“: Servaas, 1981
„PFFT …“: Servaas, 1981
„PFFT …“: Servaas, 1981
„PFFT …“: Servaas, 1981
LEITSYSTEM: GEFLÜGELTE WORTE ZU LUFT UND WASSER: Gestaltung: Gerald Lohninger
LEITSYSTEM: GEFLÜGELTE WORTE ZU LUFT UND WASSER: Gestaltung: Gerald Lohninger
Janet Cardiff / George Bures Miller: The Forty Part Motet, Foto: OK, Gusenbauer
Janet Cardiff / George Bures Miller: The Forty Part Motet, Foto: OK, Gusenbauer
Janet Cardiff / George Bures Miller: The Forty Part Motet, Foto: OK, Gusenbauer
Janet Cardiff / George Bures Miller: The Forty Part Motet, Foto: OK, Gusenbauer
Žilvinas Kempinas: Live Transmission, 2011
Žilvinas Kempinas: Live Transmission, 2011
Žilvinas Kempinas: Live Transmission, 2011
Žilvinas Kempinas: Live Transmission, 2011
Laura Glusman: nado y nada, 2004
Laura Glusman: nado y nada, 2004
Stefan Banz: Dive 2 – Sanftmut und Jähzorn, 1996 / 2011
Stefan Banz: Dive 2 – Sanftmut und Jähzorn, 1996 / 2011
Stefan Banz: Dive 2 – Sanftmut und Jähzorn, 1996 / 2011
Stefan Banz: Dive 2 – Sanftmut und Jähzorn, 1996 / 2011
Stefan Banz: Dive 2 – Sanftmut und Jähzorn, 1996 / 2011
Stefan Banz: Dive 2 – Sanftmut und Jähzorn, 1996 / 2011
Stefan Banz: Dive 2 – Sanftmut und Jähzorn, 1996 / 2011
Stefan Banz: Dive 2 – Sanftmut und Jähzorn, 1996 / 2011
Ursula Stalder: Lagune von Venedig, 2007/2011
Ursula Stalder: Lagune von Venedig, 2007/2011
Ursula Stalder: Lagune von Venedig, 2007/2011
Ursula Stalder: Lagune von Venedig, 2007/2011
Conzett, Bronzini, Gartmann: Brücken im Himmel, 2011
Conzett, Bronzini, Gartmann: Brücken im Himmel, 2011
Conzett, Bronzini, Gartmann: Brücken im Himmel, 2011
Conzett, Bronzini, Gartmann: Brücken im Himmel, 2011
Conzett, Bronzini, Gartmann: Brücken im Himmel, 2011
Conzett, Bronzini, Gartmann: Brücken im Himmel, 2011
Hans Kropshofer: Fokus Linz, 2011
Hans Kropshofer: Fokus Linz, 2011
Jeppe Hein: Hexagonal Water Pavilion, 2007 Courtesy Johann König, Berlin und 303 Gallery, New York
Jeppe Hein: Hexagonal Water Pavilion, 2007 Courtesy Johann König, Berlin und 303 Gallery, New York
Jeppe Hein: Hexagonal Water Pavilion, 2007 Courtesy Johann König, Berlin und 303 Gallery, New York
Jeppe Hein: Hexagonal Water Pavilion, 2007 Courtesy Johann König, Berlin und 303 Gallery, New York
Jeppe Hein: Hexagonal Water Pavilion, 2007 Courtesy Johann König, Berlin und 303 Gallery, New York
Jeppe Hein: Hexagonal Water Pavilion, 2007 Courtesy Johann König, Berlin und 303 Gallery, New York
Jeppe Hein: Hexagonal Water Pavilion, 2007 Courtesy Johann König, Berlin und 303 Gallery, New York
Jeppe Hein: Hexagonal Water Pavilion, 2007 Courtesy Johann König, Berlin und 303 Gallery, New York
Jeppe Hein: Hexagonal Water Pavilion, 2007 Courtesy Johann König, Berlin und 303 Gallery, New York
Jeppe Hein: Hexagonal Water Pavilion, 2007 Courtesy Johann König, Berlin und 303 Gallery, New York
Jeppe Hein: Hexagonal Water Pavilion, 2007 Courtesy Johann König, Berlin und 303 Gallery, New York
Jeppe Hein: Hexagonal Water Pavilion, 2007 Courtesy Johann König, Berlin und 303 Gallery, New York
Fujiko Nakaya: Cloud Parking in Linz, 2011
Fujiko Nakaya: Cloud Parking in Linz, 2011
Fujiko Nakaya: Cloud Parking in Linz, 2011
Fujiko Nakaya: Cloud Parking in Linz, 2011
Fujiko Nakaya: Cloud Parking in Linz, 2011
Fujiko Nakaya: Cloud Parking in Linz, 2011
Fujiko Nakaya: Cloud Parking in Linz, 2011
Fujiko Nakaya: Cloud Parking in Linz, 2011
Fujiko Nakaya: Cloud Parking in Linz, 2011
Fujiko Nakaya: Cloud Parking in Linz, 2011
Fujiko Nakaya: Cloud Parking in Linz, 2011
Fujiko Nakaya: Cloud Parking in Linz, 2011
Blaues Kabinett
Blaues Kabinett
Blaues Kabinett
Blaues Kabinett
Blaues Kabinett
Blaues Kabinett
Blaues Kabinett
Blaues Kabinett
Blaues Kabinett
Blaues Kabinett
Blaues Kabinett
Blaues Kabinett
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Gisela Motta / Leandro Lima: Zero Hidrográfico, 2011
Gisela Motta / Leandro Lima: Zero Hidrográfico, 2011
Gisela Motta / Leandro Lima: Zero Hidrográfico, 2011
Gisela Motta / Leandro Lima: Zero Hidrográfico, 2011
Conzett, Bronzini, Gartmann Brücken: im Himmel, 2011
Conzett, Bronzini, Gartmann Brücken: im Himmel, 2011
Eduardo Coimbra Luz: Natural (Natural Light), 2011
Eduardo Coimbra Luz: Natural (Natural Light), 2011
Wolfgang Dorninger: Wasser, Wind, Waves, 2011
Wolfgang Dorninger: Wasser, Wind, Waves, 2011
Wolfgang Dorninger: Wasser, Wind, Waves, 2011
Wolfgang Dorninger: Wasser, Wind, Waves, 2011
Wolfgang Dorninger: Wasser, Wind, Waves, 2011
Wolfgang Dorninger: Wasser, Wind, Waves, 2011
Wolfgang Dorninger: Wasser, Wind, Waves, 2011
Wolfgang Dorninger: Wasser, Wind, Waves, 2011
Wolfgang Dorninger: Wasser, Wind, Waves, 2011
Wolfgang Dorninger: Wasser, Wind, Waves, 2011
Geisterpfad
Geisterpfad
Geisterpfad
Geisterpfad
Geisterpfad
Geisterpfad
Geisterpfad
Geisterpfad
Geisterpfad
Geisterpfad
Geisterpfad
Geisterpfad
Laura Glusman: nado y nada, 2004
Laura Glusman: nado y nada, 2004
Žilvinas Kempinas: Live Transmission, 2011
Žilvinas Kempinas: Live Transmission, 2011
Ruhezone Kräutergarten
Ruhezone Kräutergarten
Ruhezone Kräutergarten
Ruhezone Kräutergarten
Ruhezone Kräutergarten
Ruhezone Kräutergarten
Ruhezone Kräutergarten
Ruhezone Kräutergarten
Ruhezone Kräutergarten
Ruhezone Kräutergarten
Isabelle Krieg: Schaumschauen, 2011
Isabelle Krieg: Schaumschauen, 2011
Isabelle Krieg: Schaumschauen, 2011
Isabelle Krieg: Schaumschauen, 2011
Isabelle Krieg: Schaumschauen, 2011
Isabelle Krieg: Schaumschauen, 2011
Hans Kropshofer: Fokus Linz, 2011
Hans Kropshofer: Fokus Linz, 2011
Lang/Baumann: Comfort #10 (Linz), 2011
Lang/Baumann: Comfort #10 (Linz), 2011
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Pepi Maier: Twist Below Zero 2.011, 2003/2011
Gisela Motta / Leandro Lima: Zero Hidrográfico, 2011
Gisela Motta / Leandro Lima: Zero Hidrográfico, 2011
Gisela Motta / Leandro Lima: Zero Hidrográfico, 2011
Gisela Motta / Leandro Lima: Zero Hidrográfico, 2011
Gisela Motta / Leandro Lima: Zero Hidrográfico, 2011
Gisela Motta / Leandro Lima: Zero Hidrográfico, 2011
Gisela Motta / Leandro Lima: Zero Hidrográfico, 2011
Gisela Motta / Leandro Lima: Zero Hidrográfico, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Pipilotti Rist: Nothing, 2011
Rúrí Archive - Endangered Waters, 2003
Rúrí Archive - Endangered Waters, 2003
Rúrí Archive - Endangered Waters, 2003
Rúrí Archive - Endangered Waters, 2003
Rúrí Archive - Endangered Waters, 2003
Rúrí Archive - Endangered Waters, 2003
Rúrí Archive - Endangered Waters, 2003
Rúrí Archive - Endangered Waters, 2003
Eckart Sonnleitner
Eckart Sonnleitner
Eckart Sonnleitner
Eckart Sonnleitner
Laurin Bachmann: Ursulinenhof Eröffnung
Laurin Bachmann: Ursulinenhof Eröffnung
Laurin Bachmann: Ursulinenhof Eröffnung
Laurin Bachmann: Ursulinenhof Eröffnung
Laurin Bachmann: Ursulinenhof Eröffnung
Laurin Bachmann: Ursulinenhof Eröffnung
Ursulinenkirche Eröffnung
Ursulinenkirche Eröffnung
Pepi Maier: Höhenrausch-Wasserfall
Pepi Maier: Höhenrausch-Wasserfall
Pepi Maier: Höhenrausch-Wasserfall
Pepi Maier: Höhenrausch-Wasserfall
CURTAINS: Rainer Jessl
CURTAINS: Rainer Jessl
CURTAINS: Rainer Jessl
CURTAINS: Rainer Jessl
OK | HÖHENRAUSCH.2: Aufbau Foto: OK, Gerald Hauzenberger
OK | HÖHENRAUSCH.2: Aufbau Foto: OK, Gerald Hauzenberger
DIE LAGUNE VON VENEDIG: Ursula Stalder: Foto: OK, Gerald Hauzenberger
DIE LAGUNE VON VENEDIG: Ursula Stalder: Foto: OK, Gerald Hauzenberger
Claudia Czimek: Der europäische Teebaum
Claudia Czimek: Der europäische Teebaum
Claudia Czimek: Sie sind da!?
Claudia Czimek: Sie sind da!?
Katharina Lackner: Aber das Übrige war so verschieden wie nur möglich …
Katharina Lackner: Aber das Übrige war so verschieden wie nur möglich …
Katharina Lackner: Die schreckliche Wendung der Dinge 3
Katharina Lackner: Die schreckliche Wendung der Dinge 3
OK | HÖHENRAUSCH.2 Modell
OK | HÖHENRAUSCH.2 Modell
OK | HÖHENRAUSCH.2 AUSSENSTELLE: Power Tower Energie AG: Eva Schlege lässt 500 Wetterballons im Foyer schweben, Bild: Eva Schlegel
OK | HÖHENRAUSCH.2 AUSSENSTELLE: Power Tower Energie AG: Eva Schlege lässt 500 Wetterballons im Foyer schweben, Bild: Eva Schlegel
OK | HÖHENRAUSCH.2: Bild: Pepi Mair, Eiszeit
OK | HÖHENRAUSCH.2: Bild: Pepi Mair, Eiszeit
FIELD-RECORDER: Wolfgang Dorninger Foto: Max Bauer
FIELD-RECORDER: Wolfgang Dorninger Foto: Max Bauer
OK | HÖHENRAUSCH.2: Pressegespräch, 29.03.2011 v.l.n.r. Christoph Hauser/Ansfelden 2011, Franz Prieler/Energie AG OÖ, Christian Gratzl/LINZ AG, Martin Sturm/OK, Florian Brunner /Raiffeisenlandesbank OÖ, Georg Steiner/Linz Tourismus Foto: OK, Gerald Hauzenberger
OK | HÖHENRAUSCH.2: Pressegespräch, 29.03.2011 v.l.n.r. Christoph Hauser/Ansfelden 2011, Franz Prieler/Energie AG OÖ, Christian Gratzl/LINZ AG, Martin Sturm/OK, Florian Brunner /Raiffeisenlandesbank OÖ, Georg Steiner/Linz Tourismus Foto: OK, Gerald Hauzenberger