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the Project AREA 53 presents
Grand Finale
of the
Light Art Biennial Austria 2010

Patrick Baumüller (AT), Andrea Borgonovo (IT), Barbara Doser (AT), Heidulf Gerngross (AT), Hofstetter Kurt (AT), Manfred Kielnhofer (AT), Christoph Luckeneder (AT), Eric Michel (FR), Alexandre Murucci (BR), Anka Nidzgorska (PL), Peter Sandbichler (AT), Martina Schettina (AT), Reto Schölly (CH/D), Michael Schuster / Sonja Gangl (AT), Marco Testini (IT),
Two People One Work (AT), Mounty R. P. Zentara (AT)

Opening
11. Nov. 2010, 7. p.m.


Gallery AREA 53
Gumpendorfer Straße 53
A-1060 Vienna

+43 676 621 5660
theAREA53@gmail.com
www.AREA53.name
www.lightart-biennale.com

12. Nov. 2010 – 17. Dec. 2010

Tuesday – Friday, 3.00 pm – 6.30 pm
Saturday by appointment

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the Project AREA 53 presents
Grand Finale
of the
Light Art Biennial Austria 2010

Patrick Baumüller (AT), Andrea Borgonovo (IT), Barbara Doser (AT), Heidulf Gerngross (AT), Hofstetter Kurt (AT), Manfred Kielnhofer (AT), Christoph Luckeneder (AT), Eric Michel (FR), Alexandre Murucci (BR), Anka Nidzgorska (PL), Peter Sandbichler (AT), Martina Schettina (AT), Reto Schölly (CH/D), Michael Schuster / Sonja Gangl (AT), Marco Testini (IT),
Two People One Work (AT), Mounty R. P. Zentara (AT)

Opening
11. Nov. 2010, 7. p.m.


Gallery AREA 53
Gumpendorfer Straße 53
A-1060 Vienna

+43 676 621 5660
theAREA53@gmail.com
www.AREA53.name
www.lightart-biennale.com

12. Nov. 2010 – 17. Dec. 2010

Tuesday – Friday, 3.00 pm – 6.30 pm
Saturday by appointment

The „Biennale für Lichtkunst Austria 2010“ is a non-commercial biennial of light art-projects and the first biennial of light art that happende in Austria. The biennial 2010 has the slogan „private light in public spaces“ and runs in several Austrian cities in the autumn of 2010. It started at September 1st in Linz, nearly at the same time as the ars electronica festival which started at September 2nd. The organisation is done by Gallery Artpark Linz, consultant is Peet Thomsen (USA/Copenhagen/Linz). The selection of the artists was curated. Members of the jury were artists and curators, one of them Laura Plana Gracia from Spain.

This first Biennial for Light Art in Austria wants to generate a cut surface between society and art. The spontaneous conjunction with art in public spaces leans on the art concept of Joseph Beuys from 1965 “How to define the paintings to the dead rabbit” in Düsseldorf. A dialogue should arise between art and the public. The concept was made by the two founders of the Light Art Biennial, Manfred Kielnhofer and Martina Schettina.

Art project AREA 53 by TWO PEOPLE ONE WORK
Karin Sulimma & Mounty R. P. ZentaraGrand Finale A5 Folder

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“Permeable space”, the place where Light generates space. Carlo Bernardini 
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Light art Eric Michel

Biennale für Lichtkunst Austria 2010

Die erste „Biennale für Lichtkunst Austria 2010“ ist eine nichtkommerzielle Biennale künstlerischer Lichtprojekte. Dabei sind Lichtkünstler ebenso angesprochen, wie bildende Künstler anderer Genres, die erstmals mit dem Werkstoff Licht experimentieren. Die Biennale 2010 trägt das Motto „private light in public spaces“.

Die Biennale für Lichtkunst Austria 2010 findet im Herbst 2010 in Österreich statt. Veranstalter ist die Galerie Artpark Linz, Consultant ist Peet Thomsen (USA/Copenhagen/Linz).  Die künstlerische Auswahl trifft eine Jury.

Die Auftaktveranstaltungen zur Lichtkunstbiennale werden am 2. September in Linz (OÖ) und am 4. September 2010 in Perchtoldsdorf (NÖ) stattfinden. Die Lichtkunstbiennale Austria  läuft vom ersten Wochenende im September bis Mitte November 2010,  die Abschlussveranstaltung wird im November 2010 in Wien zu sehen sein. Zur Biennale erscheinen ein Blog, eine Website und ein Katalog ist geplant. Die Einreichungen können in Echtzeit auf dem zugehörigen Blog www.lightart-posterous.com verfolgt werden. Die von der Jury ausgewählten Künstler sowie die Austragungsorte werden auf www.lightart-biennale.com veröffentlicht.

Bis heute wurden die Teilnahme von KünstlerInnen aus 4 Kontinenten und 15 Ländern  bestätigt.

Liste der bisher ausgewählten Künstler (Stand 5. August 2010)

 

Ausblick

Die Biennale für Lichtkunst Austria soll alle zwei Jahre in Österreich stattfinden, das nächste Mal also 2012. Dabei sollen sich Austragungsorte und Themen abwechseln.

Martina Schettina (Organsiation), Juli 2010


Organisation: Martina Schettina, Manfred Kielnhofer
Consultant: Peet ThomsenNY / Copenhagen
Curator: Laura Plana Gracia ES

“last call for artists”
info@lightart-biennale.com
Die Einreichungen werden bis 1. Sept. für die Präsentationen entgegen genommen.

Best
www.lightart-biennale.com

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Curatorial Statement

Light Art Biennial Austria 2010 - “Private Art in Public Spaces”

I have been asked to consult the Light Art Biennial for the country of Austria. The Biennial is inspired by a similar Biennial,  which will be held in the Ruhrgebiet. The Austrian’s theme for the first edition of the Biennial will be “Private Light in Public Spaces”. The name a gentle teasing of the German Light Art Biennial “Open Light in Private Spaces”

The name of the biennial describes the technical medium being used could also be interpreted in another manner. Light art – art without substance, this could be understood as unserious art. It could also be interpreted in another way. Art without substance is art about the immaterial. The object can be seen but never touched. But is it unserious? Milan Kundera wrote a book called “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” – And so comes the heavy part of the project. Light is about life – without light there is no life. The light of the sun fuels the planet. Light is a symbol used in churches for life itself. Some catholic churches begin their midnight Easter services in darkness. Then when the light of the rising sun comes through the stained glass window the worshippers light candles. The light then goes from one person to the next. This is how life and energy works. The seed of the man impregnates the woman and thus begins a new life. But the energy is there before. – the burning desire of the individuals for each other – this energy is the fuel of life. When we look to the sun as for example Olafur Eliasens: “Sun” at the Tate Modern we find calmness. We are reassured that everything is all right. So is it with light art – we find a space for solace and contemplation or just a pleasing view – whatever we find – we are enriched – such is the nature of light art.

Linz is the perfect venue for a departure into an area filled with light art. When you arrive in Linz by boat you are greeted by several great examples of light art. LentosArt Museum and Ars Electronica Center each on their own side of the Danube with light incorporated into their facades. Lentos the older building and is probably the inspiration for the facade of Ars is at night a pattern of blue light which at night with its reflection in the Danube is absolutely beautiful. The Ars Electronica Center with its every changing display is a real experience. But there are also other lights incorporated in the architecture, which are truly pleasing to the eye. The bridge across the Danube and is also worth noticing. Thus the palate wetted and greeted by the city of Linz we can step off the boat and begin to explore the city of Linz and the artworks placed into the public spaces by the artists of the festival.
Peet Thomsen

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Light Art Biennale Austria 2010

 

The first „Lightart Biennale Austria 2010“ is a non-commercial exhibition of lightart. There are light-artists as well as visual artists who uses light as an art-medium the first time.  The Biennale 2010 is using the slogan „private light in public spaces“.

The Lightart-Biennale Austria 2010 starts in autumn 2010 in Austria, consultant is Peet Thomsen (USA/Copenhagen/Linz) and the works are selected by a jury.

The start of the Biennale will be September 2nd in Linz (OÖ) and September 4th 2010 in Perchtoldsdorf (NÖ), with a final exhibition in Vienna in November 2010.  We inform the public by documentation of the Biennale within a Blog, a Website and there is planned to print a catalogue. The submissions can be watched on www.lightart-posterous.com. Selected artists and exhibition spaces can be seen on www.lightart-biennale.com .

There are 50 artists from 4 continents and 15 countries selected.

  1. Aristi (GR)

  2. Eliska Bartek (CZ/CH/DE)

  3. Carlo Bernardini (IT)

  4. Juanli Carrión (ES)

  5. Stanley Casselman (USA)

  6. Sarawut Chutiwongpeti (Thailand)

  7. Fabrizio Corneli (IT)

  8. Jardin Cosmique (ES)

  9. Cratmosphere (UK)

  10. Titia Ex (NL)

  11. Heidulf Gerngross (AT)

  12. Silvia Gröbner (AT)

  13. Hideo Iwasaki (JP)

  14. Manfred Koutek (AT)

  15. Manfred Kielnhofer (AT)

  16. Ofri Lapid (DE)

  17. Thorbjørn Lausten (DK)

  18. Chrisoph Luckeneder (AT)

  19. Eric Michel (FR)

  20. Alexandre Murucci (BR)

  21. Joaquin Gasgonia Palencia (PH)

  22. Paradox Paul (DE)

  23. Rebecca Partridge (UK)

  24. João Raposo  (PT)

  25. Jaanika Peera

  26. Jason Peters (NY)

  27. Jason Peterson

  28. Suzi Poling, (USA)

  29. João Raposo  (PT)

  30. Rebecca Partridge (UK)

  31. John Routledge (UK)

  32. Martina Schettina (AT)

  33. Reto Schölly (DE)

  34. Phil Stearns (NY)

  35. Manabu Shimada (JP/UK)

  36. Stephanie Sixt

  37. “Nitram” Martin Stockinger (AT)

  38. Evros  = Evrensel Ürüm (TK)

  39. Rob Voerman (NL)

  40. Patrice Warrener (FR)

  41. Karina Wellmer-Schnell (DE)

  42. Richard Williams

  43. Mounty R. P. Zentara (AT)

  44. Kei-Seki (USA/SE), Juanli Carrión

  45. TWO PEOPLE ONE WORK  Karin Sulimma (A), Mounty R. P. Zentara (AT)

  46. Pomodoro Bolzano (= Max D. Well, Christian Wittkowsky, Andreas Müller und Detlef Thomas) (DE)

 

Exhibitions:

Vienna, Perchtoldsdorf
"24 Stunden Lichtkunst" - 4. September - artP.kunstverein Franz Josef Straße 1a A-2380 Perchtoldsdorf, www.artp.a-r-t.cc

Linz / Light Art Biennale 2-11 September
Galerie Wuensch www.artmarket.at / Hideo Iwasaki - August /2-11 Sept. / outdoor Manfred Kielnhofer Juni-Dec.
City Galerie www.citygalerie.at 2-11 Sept.
Artpark contemporary art  www.artpark.at 2.Sep.-30. Oct.

Innsbruck
Galerie Claudiana www.arsnova.at 4-18.Nov.2010

Vienna
AREA53 www.area53.name Nov. 2010

 

The Lightart-Biennale Austria will take place in 2012 again.

 


Organisation: Martina Schettina, Manfred Kielnhofer
Consultant: Peet ThomsenNY / Copenhagen
Curator: Laura Plana Gracia ES

“last call for artists”
info@lightart-biennale.com
Deadline is September 1st

Best
www.lightart-biennale.com

THE AUSTRIAN MINISTRY OF CULTURE

Dear Art Lovers,

it is our pleasure to inform you that Waltraut Cooper will be awarded the title
PROFESSOR
by the Austrian Ministry of Culture.

We would like to invite you to participate in the award ceremony at the
Ministry in 1010 Vienna, Concordiasquare 2
on May 18th, 11 a.m.

Presentation: Dr. Bernd Hartmann

Eulogies:
Heide Hageboelling,
professor and cofounder of the University for Media Art, Cologne:
The Poetry of Light: Waltraut Cooper, a Pioneer of Digital Art
and
Dietmar Guderian,
em. professor at the University for Pedagogics Freiburg:
 A Symbiosis of Art and Mathematics.

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Kind regards

Elisabeth Afanasenko

Project office RainBowTrilogy
www.regenbogen.at
www.waltrautcooper.com
Tel: +43 (0) 664 9200964


Waltraut Cooper studied mathematics, theoretical physics and art in Vienna, Paris, Santa Barbara California, Lisbon and Frankfurt. Works of the participant at the Biennale of Venice 1986 and of Arte Laguna / Biennale of Venice 1995 were presented at festivals and exhibitions in important galleries and musuems in Vienna, Berlin, Rome, Paris, Montréal, Boston and New York. Her art work with its emphasis on media, art and architecture has been honored with numerous prizes.
                    
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The Biennale of light art Austria 2010 is an exhibition of contemporary art dealing with light and is inaugurated in 2010.
General information
The slogan of the „ Biennale für Lichtkunst Austria 2010“ is „private light in public spaces“ and takes place in Austria within the project “LALA”. LALA means Linz (Austria) and Langenzersdorf (Austria), where the two initiators have their ateliers. Linz was the cultural capital of Austria in 2009, and the city is established in the cultural landscape by the Museum Lentos, the Ars Electronca Center and the Brucknerhaus. Langenezersdorf , a township close to Vienna, has two museums for famous Austrian sculptors, the Hanak-Museum and the Charoux-Museum. On April 13th 2010 the National Biennale of light art starts by presenting artwork in public spaces.
Artists from all over the world are invited to show their light projects in streets, squares and public buildings, trying to empathise with the places and the people who frequent them or simply work there.
Already completed artwork is shown as well as artwork especially created for the Biennale. The keywords are light-art, public and private, which build the triangle of eagerness.
The organisation team of the „Nationale Biennale für Lichtkunst Austria 2010“ is led by Martina Schettina from Langenzersdorf and Manfred Kielnhofer from Linz.
Exhibition spaces
The public exhibition spaces are selected by the artists themselves There is no border and no limit, so every artist has the greatest possible freedom of action. The reaction of the public will be different, because they are rapidly transformed into a captive audience. The public may come with no prior art experience, alternatively with much education.
Concept
This first National Biennale for Light Art in Austria has wants to generate a cut surface between society and art. The spontaneous conjunction with art in public spaces leans on the art concept of Joseph Beuys from 1965 “How to define the paintings to the dead rabbit” in Düsseldorf.
A dialogue should arise between art and the public.
Artists
Among the selected artists will be light artists as well as artists, who use light in art for the first time. The use of light will transform art to a higher level.
Sponsoring
The Biennale is sponsored by Austria, its cities and towns, which provide the artists with public squares, streets and buildings free of charge. More sponsors are welcome.
Opening Hours
The opening hours of the Biennale are 24/7, it is open around the clock. The possibility to have a look at a rising artwork, depends on fortune. Only the artists know where and when their artwork is installed, and how long it is exhibited.

Martina Schettina, April 2010

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Einreichungen bitte unter: post@lightart.posterous.com

Künstler:

Heidulf Gerngross
http://star-wien.at
Manfred Kielnhofer
http://kielnhofer.com
Christoph Luckeneder
http://licht-christoph.at
Martina Schettina
http://schettina.com
Nitram Martin Stockinger
http://www.martinstockinger.at
Mounty R. P. Zentara
http://facebook.com/mounty.r.p.zentara

Internationale Beteiligung erwünscht:

Magazine:
ST/A/R printmedium
http://star-wien.at

ARTPARK
Wienerstrasse 44, 4020 Linz
http://artpark.at
http://facebook.com/pages/Biennale-Lichtkunst/120746537939282?ref=sgm
galerie@artpark.at
0680 1231059
Organisation: Martina Schettina, Manfred Kielnhofer
Kurator: Peet Thomsen

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