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What is special about Art in Practice is the fact that everyone doing their own thing here also meets the others, that everyone brings their own booty and thus contributes to a process, or helps to set a block in motion, which does not belong to any one of them but exists among all, like a small sailing boat which children set afloat in water ...

Following the Dialogs by Gilles Deleuze/Claire Parnet, 1977

I understand Art in Practice as artistic practice and courses offered, with a focus on the everyday and casual which is nonetheless important as a source of inspiration, and which triggers processes of artistic transformation. An authentic narrative form is the only way of gaining understanding and of contemplating society's circumstances/situations.

huemer   Judith Huemer, Territory, 2013, Photo © Rainer Iglar