MLADEN BIZUMIC, ALBUM (Ikea Mirror Scan) | 2017 © Courtesy Mladen Bizumic und | and Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Wien | Vienna

  • MLADEN BIZUMIC, EQUALITY | 2017 © Leopold Museum, Wien | Vienna, Foto | Photo: Lisa Rastl
  • MLADEN BIZUMIC, KODAK (Double Shell) | 2004/2017 © Courtesy Mladen Bizumic und | and Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Wien | Vienna
  • MLADEN BIZUMIC, SONNTAG (Skin to Skin) | 2017 © Courtesy Mladen Bizumic und | and Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Wien | Vienna
  • CÄCILIA BROWN, Ausschweifendes Reden ist ein schöner Laster | 2017 © Leopold Museum, Wien | Vienna, Foto | Photo: Lisa Rastl
  • CÄCILIA BROWN, Woman of Enterprise | 2017 © Leopold Museum, Wien | Vienna, Foto | Photo: Lisa Rastl
  • CÄCILIA BROWN, Über die Allianz von Halterungen | 2017 © Courtesy Cäcilia Brown und | and Gabriele Senn Galerie, Wien | Vienna
  • ANDREAS FOGARASI, Presentation of the Nissan X-Trail in the foyer of the Festspielhaus St. Pölten (architect: Klaus Kada, 1997) © Courtesy Andreas Fogarasi und | and Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Wien | Vienna; Galerie Thomas Bernard/Cortex Athletico, Paris; Vintage Galéria, Budapest © Bildrecht, Wien | Vienna, 2017
  • ANDREAS FOGARASI, Logo of the City Government, Jardín Alexander Pushkin, Mexico City © Courtesy Andreas Fogarasi und | and Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Wien | Vienna; Galerie Thomas Bernard/Cortex Athletico, Paris; Vintage Galéria, Budapest © Bildrecht, Wien | Vienna, 2017
  • ANDREAS FOGARASI, Façade panels in front of the Cathedral of St. Sava, Belgrade © Courtesy Andreas Fogarasi und | and Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Wien | Vienna; Galerie Thomas Bernard/Cortex Athletico, Paris; Vintage Galéria, Budapest © Bildrecht, Wien | Vienna, 2017
  • SOFIE THORSEN, Precious Things That Come out of the Ground | 2017 (Detail) © Leopold Museum, Wien | Vienna, Foto | Photo: Lisa Rastl
  • SOFIE THORSEN, Precious Things That Come out of the Ground | 2017 (Detail) © Leopold Museum, Wien | Vienna, Foto | Photo: Lisa Rastl
  • SOFIE THORSEN, Precious Things That Come out of the Ground | 2017 (Detail) © Leopold Museum, Wien | Vienna, Foto | Photo: Lisa Rastl
  • KAY WALKOWIAK, Future Fragments of Past Forms (#3) | 2017, The City Lost | 2017 © Leopold Museum, Wien | Vienna, Foto | Photo: Lisa Rastl
  • KAY WALKOWIAK, The City Lost | 2017 (Still) © Courtesy Kay Walkowiak und | and Zeller van Almsick, Wien | Vienna
  • KAY WALKOWIAK, Unscripted Deviations (#7) | 2017 © Courtesy Kay Walkowiak und | and Zeller van Almsick, Wien | Vienna
  • ANITA WITEK, Artist and Muse | 2017 © Leopold Museum, Wien | Vienna, Foto | Photo: Lisa Rastl © Bildrecht, Wien | Vienna, 2017
  • ANITA WITEK, Artist and Muse | 2017 (Detail) © Leopold Museum, Wien | Vienna, Foto | Photo: Lisa Rastl © Bildrecht, Wien | Vienna, 2017
  • ANITA WITEK, Draft #B02 (Artist and Muse) | 2017 © Courtesy Anita Witek und | and l’étrangère, London © Bildrecht, Wien | Vienna, 2017

Traces of Time

Mladen Bizumic, Cäcilia Brown, Andreas Fogarasi, Sofie Thorsen, Kay Walkowiak, Anita Witek

20th October 2017 to 26th February 2018

The exhibition Traces of Time focuses on contemporary artistic strategies dedicated to exploring and questioning visual culture. Their emphasis is on the construction of visual aspects in art, photography and architecture, as well as in everyday objects. The research-based approach of these artists, who draw on historical documents and visual forms, revolves around the question of how historical documents show something rather than on what they show, and which functions are linked to this in the discourse of knowledge. Thus, their works can be regarded as a type of documentary practice. The featured works show that rather than merely establishing facts, documentation is now characterized by an open-mindedness that focuses on the construction of perception and culture.

 

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