Dr. Renée Gadsden’s opening speech to the exhibition of Rupert Huber’s Continue reading “musikbild #2”
Ahead of the Game was the visual art exhibition and highlight of the kopf.head.glava cultural project of the Kunstverein Kärnten 2017.
What is a “head”? Continue reading “Ahead Of The Game”
The alleged goal of the course “Political Theory as Art Theory” was to examine both political and art theory texts in order to question the notion that there is a metaphysical distinction between politics and art. Continue reading “Don’t Mention Felix”
Renée Gadsden narrated the film cycle Everything’s coming together while everything’s falling apart (A, Oliver Ressler, 2016-2018) shown in the Kunsthaus Wien exhibition How To Occupy A Shipwreck (25.01.-02.04.2018).
Sterling Ruby (born 1972, lives and works in Los Angeles) is one of the most controversial and unpredictable American artists of his generation. Continue reading “Sterling Ruby in Vienna”
On October 25, 2016 Associate Professor Edgar Arceneaux (University of Southern California Roski School of Art and Design) held a rap session with Dr. Renée Gadsden at the University of Applied Arts Vienna as a guest of the Department of Art Theory. The event was part of the 21er Haus presentation of Edgar Arceneaux LIVE N’ ACTION. Continue reading “Beyond Time and Race: Edgar Arceneaux Rap Session”
Pauline Marcelle is a contemporary artist, in the literal sense of the word. Her art is focused on and inspired by the things she sees and experiences every day. Marcelle is best known for her colorful large scale paintings, as well as her dramatic video works. She focuses on human needs and desires, lusts and passions, which are lived out individually and in the group. Continue reading “Pauline Marcelle: Sum Ergo Sum”
Without considering pre-historic cave painting, egg tempera is, after encaustic, the oldest painting technique known. Favored by the ancient Greeks and Egyptians, it is most familiar to contemporary society through its use in Medieval and early Renaissance art and in Christian religious painting of the Byzantine era. Continue reading “Martin Brausewetter: Gentleman, Artist, Scholar”