Set up in 2006, the New International School’s peer-network of fifty members organise events, publications and collaborative works in Finland, France, Serbia, the Netherlands and the UK.
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Jens Sundheim is a visual artist working principally in photography. Born in Dortmund in 1970, he studied photography at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Dortmund from 1994 – 2002 with a period of study at the University of Plymouth in 1997. He is currently based in a live/work studio space at Künstlerhaus Dortmund (KHD) and has been resident there since 2007. Sundheim’s work has been exhibited internationally in exhibitions and festivals, most recently in ‘space shuttle 2.0’ at Fotogalerie, Vienna. He has had his work featured in various magazines and publications and has been awarded numerous prizes including a recommendation at the Japan Media Arts Festival, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography.
Katharina Gruzei is one of the artists in Linz to have been awarded a studio for one year at Salzamt Atelierhaus over 2009/2010. Born in Klagenfurt, Carinthia in 1983, she has been based in Linz at the University of Arts in Linz since 2004 and will finish her current studies with a postgraduate qualification this year. She also spent six months in 2006 studying at UCSB, Santa Barbara, California and a year in Berlin at the University of Fine Art. Although still studying, Gruzei is already represented by Charim Galerie, and has shown at both their galleries in Berlin and Vienna. Gruzei has exhibited widely, most recently at Anadoma Filmfestival, Charim Ungar Contemporary Berlin, in No Sound of Music at Salzburger Kunstverein and in a group exhibition of contemporary Austrian photography at the Museum of Modern Art, Carinthia. She has taken part in numerous workshops and has delivered a lecture at Stanford University.
Born in Pfarrkirchen, Bayern in Germany in 1982, Haidacher studied photography at The University of the Arts, Linz from 2006 to 2009. He is currently studying for his Masters there. Haidacher has also spent some time living in London (and has an impeccable English accent). Haidacher is one of the artists based in Linz to be awarded a studio at the Salzamt for one year during 2009/2010. He also won the Best Selected Works prize in the Epson Art Photo Award 2009.
Emily Speed looks at the complex nature of making a living as an artist with reference to profiles of four artists, all based in Austria and Germany, whom she worked alongside at the Salzamt, Linz.
Clemens Kogler was born in Bayern in 1980 and is studying at The University of Arts, Linz. Starting out as a painter, he has also worked in advertising and television. His practice is now made up of being a graphic designer, animator, film maker, and illustrator among other roles. He is one of the artists based in Linz to be awarded a studio at the Salzamt for one year during 2009/2010. Kogler has exhibited and won awards at numerous film and animation festivals. sixpackfilm distribute some of his work and his commercial work is represented by Liberty Films in the UK.
Updated for 2008 Research papers, Indexing intelligence is a listing with live weblinks of accessible ‘facts and figures’, research studies, conference reports, publications and other resources that are pertinent to all those working in the visual arts, compiled and edited […]
Indexing intelligence is a listing with live weblinks of accessible ‘facts and figures’, research studies, conference reports, publications and other resources that are pertinent to all those working in the visual arts, compiled and edited by Sheena Etches and Terri […]
A companion listing to Indexing intelligence publication.
A review of the changing face of work for visual artists using a-n’s regularly researched and published information on jobs and opportunities. Focusing on the main areas of awards and fellowships, commissions, competitions and prizes, exhibitions and residencies, this paper […]
Text-only version of a-n Research paper: Art work in 2007 with live weblinks.
Edited by Jeanine Griffin and Steve Dutton, looks at the issue of local versus global with reference to the ever increasing number of biennials and city-wide exhibition projects taking place around the world. Includes essays by John Byrne, Neil Mulholland […]
Through devising Research Paper: Biennials and city-wide events, editors Steve Dutton and Jeanine Griffin have sought to articulate some of the creative constraints and opportunities that such events invoke.
Airport art, as I now like to call it, is the major problem facing biennales, biennials and art festivals today.
There are now over 200 contemporary art biennials across the globe, compared with four or five or twenty years ago.
Rather than asking what a biennial represents, it may be worthwhile to shift the emphasis of the question and examine how it represents. That is: How is it experienced?
Despite common parlance, globalisation is not a synonym for contemporary neoliberal capitalism; it is rather an historical process of cultural drift and metamorphosis.
Sonya Dyer’s publication questions assumptions about non-white artists, curators and administrators that shape the current diversity landscape, and suggests alternative ways forward.
Sonya Dyer’s publication questions assumptions about non-white artists, curators and administrators that shape the current diversity landscape, and suggests alternative ways forward. Pdf laserprint quality version of a-n Research paper: Boxed in [size 2.5MB]. Requires pdf reader.
A leader is best
When people barely know that he(she) exists,
“What happened to the people who said ‘we will represent something in the world’? When did artists start to say ‘we will change the world’?”
They sit in the dark and mope
[or artists take the lead]
Anne Douglas and Chris Fremantle of On The Edge Research share insights into the Artist as Leader research programme. The research aims to understand the way artists lead through their practice with a view to informing and developing a critical […]
“Spirit in community will die unless there’s someone calling the meeting.”
This Research papers series offers a timely response to the need for more easily accessible data and knowledge about, and for, artists.