with Romana Hagyo, Leonie Lehner, Clemens Schrammel
The neon sign Wie erinnern? refers to the historical underground of the town of St. Georgen an der Gusen. It marks the area of the tunnels that are largely invisible today and were built under inhumane conditions from January 1944.
The question "How to remember?" addresses the beholder in order to draw attention to the act of remembering and the practices of memory cultures.
Master ThesisUniversity of Arts & Industrial Design Linz2018
Special thanks toOÖ Landesbibliothek
Our basic understanding of space, time and dimension is based on thousands of years of observations of the sky and the stars. The recent discovery of thousands of planets orbiting the stars expands anthropocentric concepts, and thus the possibility of other earths. Thus, astronomy does not only seem to redeem the utopias anticipated by science fiction, it also uses the same strategies in the visualization of its research results. Images generated by space agencies show landscapes which, through constructed sunsets, turn atmospherically staged worlds into visual leitmotifs.
In Another Sun, popular image subjects are juxtaposed with the archives of space travel and supplemented with documentation materials and non-fiction books. Technical illustrations, greatly enlarged, coloured and painterly abstracted as a by-product of scientific interpretation. These images outline the formal language of astronomical knowledge, combined with a nostalgicmeasuring instrument to determine the color of a strange sky.
Mission Patch Design2018, 2019
ASE – XXIX Planetary Congress
Community Day LinzConcept, Realisation and Stage Design for Design Thinking Workshop and Lectures2016
with Florian VoggenederSupported by AXIS Linz - Coworking Loft, SPLEND OG, Creative.Region Linz & Upper Austria GmbH, Tabakfabrik Linz
PhotographyFlorian VoggenederVideo documentationdorf.tv