“What's next? What do we, as emerging artists, when we are given the opportunity to interact with an exhibition that is so rich in art history?”
MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900
This is the question, students from the Transmedia Art class at the University of Applied Arts Vienna (head: Jakob Lena Knebl) asked themselves. They delved deeply into the MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900 and responded to the Arts and Crafts movement, the Wiener Werkstätte, or interiors by Adolf Loos und Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky. Their ideas and critical approaches inspired by the Collection are expressed in very different media, including drawings, ceramics, textile works, videos, or music compositions. They reflect themes such as memory, technological change, gender roles, or fundamental shifts in society.
With works by
Cristian Anutoiu, Julius Anatol Biswurm, Francesca Centonze, CERAMIC GOONZ, Patrícia Chamrazová, Josepha Edbauer, Sarah Glück, Fiona Hauser, Elias Jocher, Sjeng Kessels, Alice Klarwein / Camilla Ruh / Marlene Stahl (gemeinsam mit Ju Aichinger, Laura Dominici, Ines Frieda Försterling, hallo hilfe, Jooyoung Hwang, Alice Klarwein, Erin Sankey, Liza Sočan, Iris Writze), Simon Kubik, Vanessa Mazanik, Brooklyn J. Pakathi, Maximilian Prag, Marian Stein / Ludwig Rieger, Iris Writze / Hsin-Yu Chou

Lilli Hollein, Jakob Lena Knebl

Guest Curators
Eva Chytilek, Doris Krüger, Martina Menegon

MAK Curator
Anne-Katrin Rossberg

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