Textile: 13’ x 4’ each screen printed on awning canvases. 2007 / 08
Vistas of Linz is a permanent Installation at the ‘ Senior Citizen Center Franz Hillinger ‘ Linz / Urfahr, Austria
Linz Vistas consists of four large scale wall installations in textile. One is installed in each of the four floors of the building in the main living areas.
Screen printed block striped textiles are developed to correspond with the interior color concepts of each living area. The imagery depicts four views of landscape and urban environments of the immediate surroundings of the Senior Citizen Center.These iconographies are incorporated into the striped canvases with their variating color themes.
Three different models of textile bauhaus.houses: digital print on fabric 2006; Woven Object: sisal and cotton , handwoven , wood 1989
Acc Galerie : Exhibition ‘ Other Places Statements to Weimar – Linz ‘ Weimar, Germany 2006
The installation created by the artist consists of two large scale elements dominating the space comprising of a sizeable woven object and three printed fabric panels. The panels depict images of Bauhaus buildings in Weimar and Dessau. They are delineated by dress pattern lines, so they can be cut out and assembled into three dimensional objects of the buildings.
The artist employes her own medium of textile and in doing so she combines the historical element of textile art as applied at the Bauhaus by the female artists working there using this field of study within the architecture. This is a homage to those female Bauhaus artists.
silicone latex formed and metal, size: 1:1 1996
Is a series of latex formed objects from everyday life. By hybridizing these objects, they are brought together into a shared materiality, creating new forms, evoking our thinking into new constructs of the senses.
The basis of this series is the hot water bottle, which in this context is symbolizing the personal retreat into desired – or undesired aspects of – loneliness, sickness, comfort, sadness or desire.Other objects cast of latex like a telephone, remote control, tea kettle, vodka bottle, book, car tire, swimming fins and chocolate are fused together with the hot water bottle into one single object.
An installation Margret Bilger Gallery , Schlierbach , Austria 2005
‘ Jumping in the gene pool ‘ was developed as a site specific installation for this exhibition. The title, intended as an invitation to the observer is an important conceptual component. The architectural elements of the exhibition space became the basis of the concept.These architectural elements consist of two existing 51 foot long walls made of backlit frosted glass. These walls became the departure point for the subject of scientific, genetical engineering. The artist chose her visual language based on the use of optical glass in biological science.
An in situ installation fabricated by using handmade, endlessly interchangeable paper modules. These modules are screen printed with the images of construction cranes and migrating flocks of birds.
This piece is part of an ongoing series with the same title; paper pulp fiction. The paper pulp is used to fabricate the material. The infinitely repeating system of interconnected modules forms the base to apply visual fiction. The english word fiction : invention, making up things, is represented in the graphic way the artwork is created. The fictional context of the imagery employed in this work is the observation of the sky above us. Looking at a mostly urban sky, interlaced by the filigree construct of the crane structures. These are interrupted off and on by migrating birds, symbolizing another dimension of the world above us. The construction crane stands as a symbol of architectural change and a manifestation of the things to come. Continue reading