LUSH SUX (AUS): Residence at #Streetartpassage
Exhibition at Jan Arnold Gallery
Opening: Jul 27, 19:00
Venue: Jan Arnold Gallery
We are happy to have Australian graffiti artist Lush Sux here in Vienna during the month of July. He will put up as many walls as he can, one piece for #Streetartpassage as well as a body of work for the exhibition at Jan Arnold Gallery.
Lush Sux is an artist from Melbourne, Australia, widely recognized for his large murals on the streets, walls and other structures. His work has been repeatedly characterized as provocative, confrontational and comical; offering shameless commentary on topics as well as prominent figures that are trending at this very moment. The Aussie writer is polarizing due to the fact that his work elicits a reaction that you either will feel strongly about or despise completely. It’s this burgeoning divide between allies and adversaries of his work that continue to spur the media’s attention and bring cognizance to his name. It also comes as no surprise why the world’s most famous (and most reclusive) artist Banksy enlisted Lush Sux to be one of the participating artists for his ‘Dismaland, Bemusement Park‘ exhibition in 2015 in Weston Super Mare, England.
Numerous solo shows from 2010 to 2016, Melbourne, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Paris, Copenhagen, Berlin, Amsterdam
MelbourneNOWNGV Melbourne - 2014
Banksy’s Dismaland - 2015
Secret show in Melbourne - 2016
The Artist-in-Residence Program in cooperation with Q21 is part of the art complex MuseumsQuartier, Vienna.
Curated by Artis.Love
http://janarnoldgallery.com/Jul 28 to Aug 27, daily 10-22:00
Sabine Groschup (AUT): … and I find me [… und ich finde mich]
Exhibition in the SCHAURAUM Angewandte
Opening: Thu, Jul 27, 19:00
Venue: SCHAURAUM Angewandte
No English description available.
Image © Sabine Groschup, Photo: Georg Weckwerth
https://digitalekunst.ac.at/schauraumJul 28 to Oct 06, daily 10-22:00
TONSPUR_75_lost: Roberto Paci Dalò (ITA): LONG NIGHT TALKS. FOR ROBERT ADRIAN
8-channel sound installation and 7-part poster series in the TONSPUR_passage
Opening: Sun, Jul 30, 17:00
LONG NIGHT TALKS. FOR ROBERT ADRIAN is the new work by Italian artist Roberto Paci Dalò created during his residency at TONSPUR - Q21/ MQ in July 2017.
The piece is composed of an 8-channel sound work and 7 images. In addition to it, the ORF commissioned a radiowork to be broadcasted on Ö1 Radiokunst Kunstradio on the opening night.
The piece is dedicated to Robert Adrian X (1935-2015), a pioneer in art and telecommunications. The Canadian artist lived in Vienna since 1972 and his contribution to the art world has been also witnessed by a large retrospective at Kunsthalle Wien back in 2001.
Through more than two decades Adrian and Paci Dalò shared a close friendship also working together on several projects including a film Paci Dalò especially created for Adrian's major retrospective. The two used to sit in Adrian's studio in the Wiedner Hauptstraße and share long night talks dicussing passionately art, radio, transmission, technologies, web, surveillance, sound, warfare, and conflicts.
In LONG NIGHT TALKS. FOR ROBERT ADRIAN, Roberto Paci Dalò worked on Adrian's voice using it as a main material for the installation. The visitors will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the grain of the voice together with field recordings, instrumental and electronics sounds. A journey into fascinating times and experiences where visitors are surrounded by sounds in the unique TONSPUR multi-channel audio environment.
Parallel to the sound work, the artist created a series of 7 drawings conceived as a constellation: A nocturnal sky which is also a graphic score for the piece. The seven drawings reflect the 7 days of an imaginary week together with Robert Adrian in his studio in Vienna's Wiedner Hauptstraße.
A daily journal of Paci Dalò's residency at Q21 (images, texts, sounds) is online at: robertopacidalo.com
Books and records of the artist are available at Buchhandlung Walther König at MuseumsQuartier.
Image: © Roberto Paci DalòJul 31 to Nov 25, daily 10-20:00
Exhibition at Station Rose
Venue: Station Rose, Electric Avenue
The current STR question is how patterns, relationships and data - in 2 & 3D - can be intertwined, and what structures are created.
#digitalart #stationrose #electronica #contemporaryart #glitchart
Image: Station Rose
www.stationrose.comAug 01 to Aug 31, daily 10-22:00