Josephine Ahnelt: Tic Tac, 2011

Vanishing points


Screening programme
Limited Access Festival, Tehran, IR, December 2014
Studios Lenikus, Vienna, AT, February 2015Apadana Gallery, Esfahan, IR, May 2015 Curated by Nathalie Koger and Marlies Pöschl

With films by:
Liddy Scheffknecht, Simona Obholzer, Nathalie Koger, Josephine Ahnelt, Christiana Perschon, Barbara Schwertfuehrer, Jennifer Mattes, and Katharina Swoboda
This programme of films by young Austria-based artists addresses questions of visibility, vision, and their aesthetic dimensions. What does it mean to dismantle vision? And what becomes visible in its place? In what ways does our ability to see influence our perception? And how do we perceive and relate to the world around us without sight? In what ways does architecture determine our gaze, and how do we reflect ourselves? Which gazes do we look at? Should we shift perspectives?




Contact
Marlies Pöschl
Studio (by appointment)
1020 Vienna, AT
kontakt@marliespoeschl.net www.marliespoeschl.net

Feel free to contact me for copies of my works for preview or research purposes.


Copyright
all images © their authors. The art work of Marlies Pöschl and the images of work shown on this website are subject to copyright. The copyright of all the work remains with the artist.
The Golden Pixel Cooperative
Association for Moving Image, Art and Media

www.goldenpixelcoop.com
marlies.poeschl@goldenpixelcoop.com
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Contact

Marlies Pöschl
Studio (by appointment)
1020 Vienna, AT
kontakt@marliespoeschl.net
www.marliespoeschl.net

Feel free to contact me for copies of my works for preview or research purposes.


Copyright
all images © their authors. The art work of Marlies Pöschl and the images of work shown on this website are subject to copyright. The copyright of all the work remains with the artist.


The Golden Pixel Cooperative
Association for Moving Image, Art and Media
www.goldenpixelcoop.com
marlies.poeschl@goldenpixelcoop.com