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Datum | 04.12.2018, 16.00 h - 21.00 h
Ort | Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 2. OG Mehrzwecksaal

Post-Grad Life is a new information and discourse format to foster exchange between the academy and graduates. The first edition is about artists going abroad to receive international recognition. Organized by the Centre of Knowledge Transfer.

 

Post-Grad Life is a new information and discourse format developed to foster exchange between the Academy and graduates to showcase different challenges after graduation. The first edition “Going International” is about stories of artists and their progress while going abroad. The afternoon sessions will present projects around artist-in-residence programmes, networks and opportunities to get internationally recognised. Participants will have the chance do discuss with Alexandra Grausam about “AWAY- a project around residencies” and Stefanie Reisinger about “Phileas”, an independent organisation to support and co-produce projects within the field of contemporary art with a particular focus on artists abroad. The evening session will host a conversation between Christian Schwarzwald and Bianca Regl about their stories and personal experiences whilst going international and working abroad.

Meet and Talk 16:00–18.30

Welcome with Coffee and Cake

Away. A Project Around Residencies. Alexandra Grausam

Phileas. A Fund for Contemporary Art. Stefanie Reisinger

Table Talks with Away and Phileas

Artist Talk 18:30–21:00

Welcome with Snacks & Drinks
Artist Talk: Bianca Regl and Christian Schwarzwald
Moderation: Georg Russegger

Alexandra Grausam (AWAY. a project around residencies/das weisse haus) studied at the University of Vienna, at the Technical University in Munich and at the Academy for Fine Arts Vienna. She works as curator, art manager and restorer. Since 2007 she is co-founder and director of das weisse haus and studio das weisse haus. Alexandra Grausam also designed and implemented „AWAY. a project around residencies“ on behalf of the BKA.

http://www.away.co.at

Stefanie Reisinger (Phileas) is an art historian and has a second degree in Cultural and Social Anthropology. She has worked with a number of different museums and art spaces such as Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice. Since 2014, she is also co-editor of all-over | Magazin für Kunst und Ästhetik. At Phileas she works closely with artists and institutions to realize national and international exhibition projects.

http://www.phileasprojects.org

Bianca Regl studied at the University of Art and Design Linz, at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is an internationally recognized painter and curated and co-founded projects such as „Blackbridge Off“ in Beijing. Bianca Regl lives and works in Vienna and Beijing. 

http://biancaregl.com

Christian Schwarzwald studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Working abroad in Berlin and Cologne with residencies in Athens, Paris, Rome, Florence, Mexico City and Beijing. Starting in 1990 his work has been shown extensively nationally and internationally. Since January 2018 he is professor for Graphic Arts and Printmaking Techniques at the Academy for Fine Arts Vienna.

http://www.christianschwarzwald.net

The event will be held in English.


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