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BODIES AND INHABITANTS

Art | September 21, 2018 |

BODIES AND INHABITANTSMichal Rutz | “Self Portrait” | oil on paper | 2018

BODIES AND INHABITANTS
Between desire and reality, individual and collective body
September 6 – 30, 2018 | Sigmun Freud Museum, Curated by Larissa Kopp

The exhibition BODIES AND INHABITANTS deals with the question: who lives inside my body? What looks at me in the mirror, and how do I react to that? The artists visually explore the perception of the body and its forms of representation, the relation between the inside and the outside and the power of different sociocultural influences. They question handed down depictions of physical sensitivities, as well as current Ideals and their omnipresence. Doing that, they break with clichès and heteronormative views.

 

BODIES AND INHABITANTSBodies and Inhabitants

 

Artists:
Florian Aschka & Berivan Sayici . Christoph Ablinger & Verena Andrea Prenner . Lara Verena Bellenghi . Sarah Bildstein . Wilhelm Binder . Iris Dittler & Nicolai Gütermann . Mirabella Paidamwoyo Dziruni . Julia Fuchs . Heti Prack . Ana Hoffner . Larissa Kopp . Christina Kroiss . Stephanie Mold . Magdalena Fischer . Cristina Moreno Garcia . Eva von Platen . Michal Rutz . Julischka Stengele . Barbara Stöhr . Teresa Szepes . Nora Welle . Benjamin Zuber

more. www.freud-museum.at

 

BODIES AND INHABITANTSJulia Fuchs | “Herkules Farnese” | c-print on Alu Dibond | 2016

 

BODIES AND INHABITANTSFlorian Aschka & Berivan Sayci | Filmstill from “Poof Paradise” | Video | 2018

 

BODIES AND INHABITANTSSarah Bildstein | from “Blood, sweat and tears” | textile print | 2016

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