Tobias Gruber, Röhre, 2015, wood, 250 x 250 x 150 cm, radius: 125 cm
Jasmin Lothert, Orakel - bitte drücken, 50 x 30 x 20 cm, 2017
Fabian Graber, DER ZERSTÖRER BEGUTACHTET SEIN WERK NACH ERFOLGREICHEM WELTUNTERGANG, Videoloop, 2016
Anna-Katharina Mader, Würfelgewächs, wood, 250 x 125 cm, 2015
Hannah Gottsmann, o. T., video, 2017
Clara Fieger, Cereal Foyer - Helix, food and helix-pattern, 2017
Theresa Stemplinger, Abgehangene Erinnerung - Langnasendoktoren auf Diploria strigosa, 3 objects, fabric, 2017
Marcus Frimel, WAS WOLLEN SIE!, performance - installation, 2017
Ann-Kristin Mull, 450 Jahre / geschredderte Schlümpfe, case, 80 x 40 x 4 cm, 2017
Johanna Stief, o. T., Performance, 2017
Anna Steinmüller, Red Wine, wood and sound, 2017
Miriam Böttcher, WhiteLine, film, 12:36 Min., 2017
Ingrid Stadler, Dream Girl Domina, installation, 2017
Michael Grillenberger, Meet Guru, digital poster, 2017
Research and play. Order and disorder. Come and go again. See, perceive, observe, see yourself. Compare apples to pears. Appreciate art. Reflect and put into context.
The course is open to all artistic techniques, media and approaches. The focus is on the students' work both through group discussion and personal guidance. Talking and formulating is part of the clarification process in the students' work. Group discussion of work is intended to prompt feedback and suggestion, reveal possibilities and associations in contemporary art and art history.
Art studies are the same for both art education and fine art students. It is an experiential process for everyone, offering ample freedom to experiment, explore materials, techniques, visual ideas and, above all, explore our own personality.
"Man only plays when he is in the fullest sense of the word a human being and he is only fully a human being when he plays" (Friedrich Schiller).