For his solo exhibition at the MAK, artist Alfredo Barsuglia (b. 1980, Graz) is developing a complex architectural installation.
In a way that is quite typical of his work, Barsuglia links elements of the accustomed with the unexpected and explores the
frontiers and transitions between public and private. In Barsuglias installation, the private sphere of a fictional residentperhaps the artist himselfis penetrated
spatially and notionally. Much like a director, Barsuglia uses deliberately staged inward and outward views to lead visitors
though a narrative that is interwoven on multiple levels and repeatedly told anew via its individual associations.