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One Day Exhibition IKL: Imprint of a...

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Education in the Arts
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Karl-Schweighofer-Gasse 3
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1070 Wien

Presentation by Jacob Bartmann as part of the One Day Exhibitions series.

In his work Imprint of a... the artist Jacob Bartmann installs sculptures, which refer to building ceramics, on a books-, files-  or goods shelf. The history of brick-  and pottery production on the Wienerberg is closely intertwined with industrialization and its structural change. If we take a closer look, we come across a construct with many recesses. The structures, lying separately next to each other, encounter movements that are grasped and directed in one direction.

Jacob Bartmann is an artist, ceramist and art educator. He lives and works in Vienna and studies art and education  and design in context at the academy of fine arts Vienna.

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 both at the IKL and online in the Virtual Gallery IKL ( ).

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.