Art in Public Space
Opening: December 8, 2010, 7 p.m.
Markus Scherer filmed studio scenes with all the tenants in the Künstlerhaus. In the project “Substruktur,” these recordings of different ways of living, working, and self-portrayal in the studios (which also serve as offices, exhibition and discussion space) are projected into the public sphere onto a large format screen in front of the building’s façade. Floor plans of all the building’s floors, layered on top of each other, serve as the screen, creating the impression of a highly compressed and complex, live bundle of energy: the Künstlerhaus as a generator of creativity.
This utopian ideal is overlaid with the sometimes peculiar, sometimes very prosaic, everyday studio scenes that alternate with images from the surveillance camera in the exhibitions, thereby giving the public exhibition space a secretive atmosphere and the private studios a representative one.(Anselm Wagner)
alpgrün Architekten / Architektin Tina Zimmer, Ana MAS, ARTgenossen, Erli Beutel-Windischbauer, Lily Fullerton-Schnell, Gastatelier des Landes Salzburg, Gerda Gratzer / Arturas Valudskis,
gold extra, Gunda Gruber, Peter Haas,
Initiative Architektur, Petra Moiser,
Martina Mühlfellner / Peter Brauneis, ohnetitel,
one room, Birgit Pleschberger / Fritz Rücker, Salzburger Kunstverein, Gerald Schicker, Stadt:Atelier, Beate Terfloth, wohnbund:consult,
Markus Scherer, born 1963 in Schwarzach/
St. Veit, lives and works in Vienna