ANGEWANDTE FESTIVAL 2022
Klasse Judith Eisler
Malerei & Animationsfilm
28.06 – 01.07.2022, 11.00 – 21.00
With works by:
Cristian Anutoiu, Baurjan Aralov, Sofia Atanackovic, Livia Avianus, Felina Lisa Beckenbauer, Luzie Bommert, Sarah Braid, Minsung Choi, Ella Dobs, Janka Dósa, Lukas Dworschak, Jana Forster, Rachelle Furrer, Leo Hasslinger, Manuel Horak, Maïté Kalita, Emma Kling, Semi Kwon, Caro Laa, Egor Lovki, Adam Meszaros, Sabin Meco, Nóra Németh, Isabelle Orsini und Rosenberg, Nayeun Park, Lili Pataki, Erin Sankey, Sophie Schagerl, Julian Schock, Lea Sofie Scholl, Nikolija Stanojevic, Stephanie Stigler, Grace Talbot, Ahmad Thaer, Jesaja Aljoscha Trummer, Vivian Tseng, Barbara Tunkowitsch, Marcus Wagner.
curated by Nora Mayr
2. Stock, Studio 3 (Raum 201)
What if we understand the impossible, the dream and the fantasy not as a philosophical counter-concept of reality, but rather as a feedback loop and entry into further possible realities?
Under the title “Reality and other impossible things”, curator Nora Mayr brings together tender and loud, humorous and imaginary worlds from the students of painting and animation film. The exhibition takes shape as a playful arrangement of animation, sculpture and painting, narratives and visions that span fantastical animal figures, exposed love and discarded pomegranates are interwoven here.
By definition, reality is meant to describe ‘how things are’ and denotes a state as it is ‘actually encountered’. People have widely divergent perceptions of reality, yet the perceptions of reality for a bat or an earthworm stand in even greater contrast and are entirely different from each other. Psychotherapist Paul Watzlawek accordingly asks the question: “how real is reality?” in a classic of communication science.