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"Special Edition", Galerie IG BILDENDE KUNST, Vienna, Austria 2012

Thursday, 01/03/2012
The Hildegard Project was invited by the IG Bildende Kunst Gallery to curate the members only 2012 exhibition. Thirtyone artists were chosen by lottery to participate in the project with one of their artworks. The Hildegard Project is a group of German/Finnish artists who through a democratic artistic process of exploration, define works of art as material to develop the Hildegard Project Sculpture.

Over a period of five days the artists came together in the rooms of the gallery to approach through discussion and action the various forms of presentation, the outlines of which were laid out on the floor with adhesive tape. Audio recordings convey the constant ups and downs, developments, rejections and the intense conflicts with their moments of bewilderment and discovery. The process with its varying participants is recorded visually with photos.

The entire exploration process transforms itself into the medium of the tape images on the gallery floor. The presentation of the artworks on the upper parts of the gallery walls documents them as material – at the same time they regain their original intention.
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Participating artists:
Anatoliy Babiychuk, Ann Limnos, Annette Kuhl, Christa Knott, Elke Schmölzer, Esther Vörösmarty, Gabriele Adler-Freudenreich, Gabriele Regiert, George Gheorghe, Gunilla Drofenik, Hildegard Skowasch, Ivo Rossi Sief, Josef Machynka, Karin Pfeifer, Katharina Puschnig, Kurt Daque, Letizia Werth, Lisette Rosenthal, Maik Scheermann, Magdalena Drebber, Manora Auersperg, Margit Feyerer-Fleischanderl, Melanie Nief, Michael Endlicher, Minna Kangasmaa, Monika Herschberger, Monika Lederbauer, Nils Olger, Petra Tödter, Regina Moritz, Renate Merzinger-Pleban, Sabine Jelinek, Sonja Bendel, Stefan Kuntner, Stefan Leopold Malicky, Susanne Hornbostel, Tuomo Kangasmaa, Vesna Muhr, Wolfgang Dokulil