SPLITTERWERK and Friends present: |
paul ott photografiert
Three-dimensional tabloid objects from the darkroom and other artworks
Thursday 8. June 2017, 19:00
Project Space, St. Peter-Pfarrweg 30, 13th Floor, Door 56, 8042 Graz
Introduction by Reni Hofmüller
Edith Hemmrich and Mark Blaschitz, Direction and Curation.
Sigrid Prinz, Organization and Assistance.
Fridays from 16. June to 28. July 2017, between 16:00 and 21:00
Links: Paul Ott,
P a u l O t t born in 1965. Freelance architectural photographer in Graz since 1989. Exhibitions include “Architektur Landschaft Fotografie”, Architektur Galerie Berlin and ETH Zürich, 2001, “zwischennordsüdTURM 08.1” Mariazell Basilica, 2008, “Error”, Galerie PARA_SITE Graz, 2010, “memory of architecture”, FUGA Budapest Center of Architecture, 2011, “be welcome” plan 12 | Cologne Architecture Biennale, 2012, exhibition participation “filmfotofotofilm”, aut. architektur and tirol Innsbruck, 2014. Publications include Storefront for Art and Architecture, Werkdokumente 17, Kunsthaus Bregenz, 2000, “Definite Indefinite”, RieglerRiewe, SpringerWienNewYork, 2001, “Cuaderno de Nueva York”, Quaderns 232, 2002, “A Friendly Alien”, Dieter Bogner, Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2004. “Whoop to the Duck”, SPLITTERWERK, SpringerWienNewYork, 2005, “PAUL OTT Photography about Architecture”, Matthias Boeckl, SpringerWienNewYork, 2011, and publications in renowned international architectural journals. 2006 lectureship at Hochschule Wismar. "THE ALGAE HOUSE", SPLITTERWERK & ARUP, niggli Verlag, 2014.
S P L I T T E R W E R K : Project Space + Permanent Exhibition + Publishing + Collection + Archive + Ateliers. The internationally active Atelier SPLITTERWERK was founded in Graz in 1988 and since then has established itself as a brand for fine arts with it's independent positions within contemporary architecture as one of the world's meaningful collectives. Since 2015 the idea exists to make the headquarters of SPLITTERWERK in the skyscraper on St. Peter-Pfarrweg 30 more accessible to the interested public. Since then a permanent exhibition with selected works of the Atelier's formation, it's project archive, library and studio workplaces has been established on the premises. From June 2017 onward the project space will start with it's program. Edith Hemmrich and Mark Blaschitz will give their current and very personal insight into their world with a selection of both new and established positions of their local and international environment.