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June 2016

Academy of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition 15|16

Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

Nadia Tatiana Behrmann-Brodatzki. "Stahlweg I-XII (2007) – from a stage setting to an artwork? Conservation strategies of a multimedia installation by Christoph Schlingensief," 2016. [Conservation-Restoration]

Mareike Bernien. "Red, She Said," 2011. Video, 13 min (in cooperation with Kerstin Schroedinger). [PhD in Practice]

Iris Borovčnik. "HYPER HYPER ICH-Id," 2016. Film, 16 min. [Fine Arts]

Karoline Dausien. "Tête-Bêche," 2016. Photo © Julian Turner. [Fine Arts]

Avin Fathulla. "Models come out of Models. An investigation into the model of Suprematism, by analysing the 'Architecton Alpha' by Kasimir Malevich," 2015. [MA Architecture]

Johannes Michael Frauenschuh. "Klub Kultur," 2016. Silkscreen on textile, 2 armorial bearings. [Fine Arts]

Mathias Frischauf. "Landforming Responses," 2016. [MA Architecture]

Benjamin Grabherr. "Uncharted Territory – Habitat in the Garbage Patch," 2015. [MA Architecture]

Daniela Grabosch. "MODULE # 6 (Position yourself inside a moving structure)," 2016. Photo © Ricardo Almeida Roque. [Fine Arts]

Alois Hehenberger. "On Unexplored Paths," 2015. Video-stream, large-scale projections, cloud environment. [MA Architecture]

Lukas Hochrieder. "ONE / TWO / THREE / FOUR," 2016. Photo © eSel. [Fine Arts]

Lea Huck. "On the problem of graying caused by repaint | Investigation of the baroque ceiling paintings of Carlo Innocenzo Carlone
in the parish church Groß Siegharts, NÖ, concept development and conservation-restoration of a pilot area," 2015. [Conservation-Restoration]

Iva Evgenieva Ivanova. "Kapitel 1. Le Château Rouge," 2016. Photo © Martina Zuzana Šimkovičová. [Scenography]

Nicole Theresa King. "erinnern – wiederholen – durcharbeiten | Schoahgedenken im Postnazismus," 2015–2016. [Master in Critical Studies]

Marcus Kraus. "RAUM III, 2016." Digital still on 42 inch LCD screen. [Fine Arts]

Hannahlisa Kunyik. "The Angst Die Scham And The Artist," 2016. Video installation. [Fine Arts]

Farshid Larimian. "Pocket memories," 2015. Exhibition view. Photo: Lisa Rastl © Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien. [Fine Arts]

Malgorzata Kugler. "Worum handelt es sich denn eigentlich?" "Es handelte sich um gar nichts."
Oder falls doch: Persönliche Erinnerungen an kollektive Freizeitaktivitäten unter Berücksichtigung von Sommer- und Winterzeit, 2016. Acrylic on canvas, 170 x 200 cm. [Fine Arts]

Jennifer Mattes, "Trading Stories - A Cargo Named Desire," 2015. Film, 42 min. [Fine Arts]

Philipp-Emanuel Mauthe. "As If," 2016. [Fine Arts]

Inka Dorothea Meißner. "The Guise of Things to Come," 2016. Photo © Sasa Felsbach [Fine Arts]

Johannes Burkhard Niesel-Reghenzani. "Society seawards [Clash of thoughts (Garderobe)]," 2016. [Fine Arts]

Matthias Noggler. "Among Ourselves," 2016. Gouache on paper, 14 parts. Photo © Georg Petermichl. [Fine Arts]

Esra Özmen/EsRap. "Rap als Widerstand – Migration, Bildung und Freiheit," 2016. Photo © Christian König. [Fine Arts]

Steffi Parlow. "Act with words," 2015. 50 objects of letters, stage, sound, voice: Julia Goodman. Photo © Maximilian Anelli-Monti. [Fine Arts]

Christiana Perschon. "Ghost Copy," 2016. Film still © Sammlung des Österreichischen Filmmuseums. [Fine Arts]

Izabela Rogucka. "Der Klang der Süße – über das schöne und süße Leben der klugen Tochter eines Konditors," 2016. [Fine Arts]

Juliane Saupe. "Feministisches Kuratieren. Strategien feministischer kuratorischer Praxis diskutiert anhand der Podiumsdiskussion 'Feministisches Kuratieren' und zweier Sammlungspräsentationen des LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz," 2016.
Panel at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, March 4, 2016, with Stella Rollig, Elke Krasny, Gabriele Schor, Ivana Marjanović and Johanna Braun. Photo © Deniz Beşer. [Master in Critical Studies]

Michaela Schweighofer. "What I Have and What you Get," 2016. [Fine Arts]

Miae Son. "The still walker," 2015. Full HD-Video, Sound, 5 min. [Fine Arts]

Marcel Steinmann. "Max Mustermann," 2016. Photo © eSeL. [Fine Arts]

Julia Maria Wallisch. "Ein Konglomerat aus Bild- und Textfragmenten sowie deren Träger und Agenten (NO CLUB CODES. NO 2D)," 2016. [Fine Arts]

Patrick Weber. "not real," 2016. HD-Video, endless loop. [Fine Arts]

Dorothea Zeyringer. "On time – Eine Performance aus 38 Beginnen," 2016. Performance, 7:10 min. (in cooperation with Tina Sööt). Photo © Ricardo Almeida Roque. [Fine Arts]

Nikola Znaor. "The Interval of Energy and Matter | The Relation of the Building Envelope and the Environment," 2015. [MA Architecture]

Angela Strohberger, "Hilft Leichtsinn gegen Schwermut | Kap. 2: Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien," 2016. (In cooperation with Anna Reisenbichler).
View of the exhibit, Main Building. Photo: Lisa Rastl © Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien. [Fine Arts]

 

Works from left to right: Jöran Möller, Martin Steininger, Malgorzata Kugler. View of the Mehrzwecksaal, Studio Building. Photo: Lisa Rastl © Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien

Works from left to right: Sarah Bildstein, Daniela Zeilinger. View of the exhibit, Main Building. Photo: Lisa Rastl © Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien

In the foreground: Rena Giesecke. In the background (from left to right): Lukas Gschweitl, Alois Hehenberger, Süreya Elsa Miller, Avin Fathulla.
View of the Aula, Main Building. Photo: Lisa Rastl © Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien. [MA Architecture]

 

Every year, a growing number of highly-qualified graduates of all the study programs offered at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, leave school ready to embark on their new career paths and lives. This year’s Thesis Exhibition 15|16 offered a representative overview of the artwork of students at the Academy and shows how these works have significantly contributed to the development of arts-based research. In 2016, there have been 144 graduations in the following study programs:

Architecture: Bachelor/Master

Fine Arts: Studios: Abstract Painting | Expanded Pictorial Space | Figurative Painting | Graphic Arts and Printmaking Techniques | Contextual Painting | Conceptual Art | Art in Public Space | Expanded Pictorial Space-Action /Sculpture/Installation | Art and Digital Media | Art and Film | Art and Research | Art and Photography | Object Sculpture | Performative Art | Performative Art – Sculpture | Textual Sculpture | Video and Video Installation

Fine Arts: Study Program Art and Cultural Studies

Conservation-Restoration: Study Focuses: Paintings / Sculptures | Objects | Paper / Photographs / Books / Archive Material | Mural Paintings / Architectural Surfaces| Modern and Contemporary Art

Scenography

Education in the Arts Programs: Art and Education | Design and Context | Fashions and Styles

Master in Critical Studies

Doctoral Studies: Philosophy, Technical Sciences, PhD in Practice

The Academy of Fine Arts Vienna is one of the oldest but, at the same time, one of the most innovative art universities in Europe. With more than 1,400 students from over fifty countries and approximately 300 internationally successful lecturers, the Academy is one of the largest among those universities whose research and teaching mainly focus on fine art.

Participating Artists

Nadia Tatiana Behrmann-Brodatzki
Mareike Bernien
Sarah Bildstein
Iris Borovčnik
Karoline Dausien
Avin Fathulla
Johannes Michael Frauenschuh
Mathias Frischauf
Rena Giesecke
Benjamin Grabherr
Daniela Grabosch
Lukas Gschweitl
Alois Hehenberger
Lukas Hochrieder
Lea Huck
Iva Evgenieva Ivanova
Nicole Theresa King
Marcus Kraus
Malgorzata Kugler
Hannahlisa Kunyik
Farshid Larimian
Jennifer Mattes
Philipp-Emanuel Mauthe
Inka Dorothea Meißner
Süreya Elsa Miller
Jöran Möller
Johannes Burkhard Niesel-Reghenzani
Matthias Noggler
Esra Özmen/EsRap
Steffi Parlow
Christiana Perschon
Izabela Rogucka
Juliane Saupe
Michaela Schweighofer
Miae Son
Martin Steininger
Marcel Steinmann
Angela Strohberger
Julia Maria Wallisch
Patrick Weber
Daniela Zeilinger
Dorothea Zeyringer
Nikola Znaor

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