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Irina Lotarevich (BMKÖS)

Irina Lotarevich is a mentee of Walter Seidl

Irina Lotarevich's sculptural practice is characterized by the intersection of her own subjective experience with larger systems. The minimal, yet complex and specific formal language of her objects reference architecture, bureaucracy, labor, and parts of her body.

Irina Lotarevich (*1991 in Rybinsk, Russia) studied at Cornell University, NY/USA, Hunter College, NY/USA, and the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.

Solo and duo exhibitions (selection): Refinery (Sophie Tappeiner, Vienna, 2020); Galvanic Couple (Futura Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague (CZ), 2019); Pensive State, a duo exhibition with Anna Schachinger, Sophie Tappeiner, Vienna 2019); Schemas (Kevin Space, Vienna, 2017).

Her work has been shown in group exhibitions at MAK Biennale, Vienna (AT), Lovaas Projects, Munich (DE), Loggia, Vienna (AT), Am Ende des Tages, Düsseldorf (DE), and Tarsia, Naples (IT), among others.