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One Day Exhibition IKL: The IKL Atelier is present

Organisational Units
Education in the Arts
Location Description

The presentation takes place in the One Day Exhibitions series, in which students from the faculty of Kunst und Bildung and Gestaltung im Kontext present artistic and designed works in the context of their work. These will take place every three weeks in the winter semester 2021/22 online in the Virtual Gallery IKL ( ).

The event will take place online. The Zoom room will be open between 10:00 and 18:00 and can be visited at any time at:

An attempt to work collectively in isolation: The exhibition spaces isolate the collective and open jour fixe, while the ability to contact displaces and directs the series of open panoramas. The collective contacts and displaces the virtual and open exhibition space, while the result to isolate amplifies and modulates the semantics. This transparent creative process isolates exhibition spaces and deconstructions to displace a strategie of conterminous indices in sequences. The exhibition of specificities contacts the virtual jour fixe towards a capably displaced creative process. It translates working spaces, both avoiding the inversions and it's screenings, and disguises them in it's collective, open creative process.. Text by

The Atelier at the IKL is a collective managed by its members, which has set itself the goal of creating a common space for practice, exchange and social encounters.

The exhibition series is supervised by Christoph Urwalek, Elke Krasny, Joonas Lahtinen,  Sophie Lingg, Lena Fritsch, Valerie Lange, Miriam Raggam, Teresa Gatterer, Maria Kaufmann, ÖH IKL and the Atelier IKL.