30 x 30 x 30
Walter Angerer-Niketa, Katarina Balunova, Heinz Baumüller, Anna-Maria Bogner, Filippo Borella, John Carter, Wilhelm Drach, Jean-Paul Dumas-Grillet, Gerhard Frömel, Elisabeth Homar-Zogmayer, Alex Klein, Franz Stefan Kohl, Karl Kriebel, Christoph Luger, Maria Maier, Hannes Mlenek, Alfred J. Noll, Brigitte Pamperl, Ingeborg G. Pluhar, Arno Popotnig, Claus Prokop, Sigurd Rompza, Robert Staudinger, Eduardo Vega de Seoane, Helmut Swoboda, Irene Wölfl, Regina Zachhalmel, Guido Zehetbauer-Salzer, Leo Zogmayer
Diversity is a crucial principle for evolution.
30 positions in contemporary art represent a small cross section of life’s endless diversity in the form of presentations of life. These 30 positions are personal representations, interpretations of society’s currents, yearnings or depths. The format of 30 x 30 cm presents a special challenge: the small, square format demands just as much intensity from the artists as a large format.
exhibition: March 16 – May 12, 2016
opening: March 15, 2016, 7.30 pm
introductory words: Reinhold Sturm, art collector