Walter Angerer-Niketa
Wilhelm Drach
Denise Rudolf Frank
Marie-France Goerens
Mathias Hornung
Josef Pillhofer
Helmut Swoboda
Emil Toman
Heliane Wiesauer-Reiterer
Irene Wölfl
Guido Zehetbauer-Salzer

Exhibition: 27/3 – 22/5/2019
to the exhibition: Peter Bogner, Friedrich-Kiesler-Stiftung

Here the concept of “landscape” is distilled down to its meaning in the context of philosophy and cultural studies – in its original sense of “free land” and the Indo-Germanic root of the verb “schaffen” ( to create) . Thus, in principle, it is about the subject ive perception and interpretat ion of a region as an aesthet ic whole. Particularly in the unceasing aspiration for freedom, the variety of individual experiences of the landscape creates a rich basis for abstraction and reduction.

Exhibition text with biographies