ANNA
HOFBAUER

ANNA HOFBAUER

ANNA HOFBAUER

tombola #4

tombola #4

tombola #4

New Jörg, Vienna, 15.10. – 05.11.2021

Sarah Fripon & Paul Robas, Sasha Pirker & Adnan Balcinovic, Eva Seiler & Eva Engelbert, Nadine Lemke & Marit Wolters, Constanze Schweiger & Wiener Times, Christian Egger & Anna Hofbauer

curated by Terese Kasalicky and Heti Prack

Tombola is a travelling exhibition format initiated by Terese Kasalicky and Heti Prack. Teams of artists are invited to throw their themes and media into the raffle pot, which is then reshuffled and drawn. The conditions for new artworks are thereby set and the results exhibited.

Christian Egger and Anna Hofbauer: writing & you think you know what it means

Collaborations don’t work
They don’t work, they don’t work
Collaborations don’t work
They don’t work, they don’t work
Collaborations don’t work
They don’t work, they don’t work
I’m gonna do it all by myself
I’m gonna do it all by myself

FFS (Franz Ferdinand & Sparks), “Collaborations don’t work” from the album FFS (Domino), 2015.

 

 

WORK AND COERCION

WORK AND COERCION

WORK AND COERCION

Stories of Work and Coercion: Scientific Contributions Depicted in Illustrations

Campus of the University of Vienna, 30 August – 3 September 2021

exhibition display: wood, reinforcement fabric, bast thread, cotton weight bags, 260 x 100 x 120 cm, 2021

The exhibition ‘Stories of Work and Coercion: Scientific Contributions Depicted in Illustrations’ intends to specifically point out the potential of the text-image relation for a multimedia historiography by introducing the illustrations of Dariia Kuzmych, Monika Lang and Tim Robinson. The visuals follow the scenarios developed by Anamarija Batista and Corinna Peres, based on academic texts by anthropologists and historians that were presented at the conference “Reconceptualising Wage Labour” 2020 in Budapest. The exhibition display, a rotating wooden drum, was developed by Anna Hofbauer.