B i t t e r W e b e r : L I V E L I K E T H I S !

B i t t e r W e b e r : L I V E L I K E T H I S !

Camera Austria

October 4, 2005

B i t t e r W e b e r : L I V E L I K E T H I S !
October 1 - November 18, 2005

Lendkai 1, 8020 Graz, Austria
T. 43 / (0) 316 / 81 55 500
F. 43 / (0) 316 / 81 55 509
office [​at​] camera-austria.at


Opening hours:
Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

With LIVE LIKE THIS!, Camera Austria is presenting the first major solo exhibition of the Austrian artists, Sabine Bitter and Helmut Weber, who have already carried out important international projects and taken part in key exhibitions worldwide. Since 1994, they have seen their work as a critical reworking of images as representatives of cultural discourses. In terms of subjects, they direct their attention to spaces, architectures and urban constellations. With the aid of precisely constructed images as interventions into circumstances of representation, they investigate the changes arising from social conflicts and contradictions of modernism as they collide with contemporary forms of globalization. Especially set-up for Camera Austria, the exhibition creates a space for engaging with contemporary urban spaces as social environment and as political discourse – as a result, the relationships between architecture, visuality and representation, mediatization, politics and identity are reallocated in the exhibition space.

Curated by Reinhard Braun

The project was realised in cooperation with steirischer herbst 2005 in relation with its
theme polis on display.

The exhibition will be shown at Plattform, Berlin in April/May 2006.

As part of the opening ceremony the artists will be awarded the Würdigungspreis für künstlerische Fotografie des Bundeskanzleramtes 2005.

A comprehensive german/english publication is released, with texts by Reinhard Braun, Catherine David, Jeff Derksen and Neil Smith, as well as an artists conversation including Bik Van der Pol, Ken Lum, Andrea Geyer, Jayce Salloum, Marina Grzinic, David Thorne and Julia Meltzer (The Speculative Archive).
Edition Camera Austria, Graz 2005.
196 pages, 19, 5 x 24,5 cm, 100 colour and 30 b/w plates.

Publication design by Pascale Willi, www.nextext.us

Further information and press images:
Margit Neuhold, T. 43 / (0) 316 / 81 55 500, exhibitions@camera-austria.at
or to be downloaded at: www.camera-austria.at/presse

steirischer herbst 2005 www.steirischerbst.at/

Lendkai 1, 8020 Graz, Austria
T. 43 / (0) 316 / 81 55 500
F. 43 / (0) 316 / 81 55 509
office@camera-austria.at www.camera-austria.at

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