Lisa Moravec

Lisa Moravec regularly writes critical texts on art/exhibitions. Her writing has appeared in English and German, in publications such as - Die Springerin, Russian Art & Culture UK, Art Uk, Courtauld's Views & Reviews, London's City A.M., Die Weltkunst, Kunst & Auktionen, Reflektor-M, and on her own platform WatchFineArtsLondon that she started in 2012. After studying journalism, economics, and art history at UCL and the Courtauld Institute, she is currently preparing herself for a PhD project on the techniques of 'dress-aging' the body in live art and its technologies of documentation in contemporary art practices, with a focus on humans and horses.
Creating a Quire – A Conversation with Gabriele Rothemann

A bird-like sound currently fills the exhibition space of MUSA, the museum for contemporary art owned by the city of Vienna. This bird-like choir beams out of Gabriele Rothemann’s 24-channel video installation QUIRE. 24 Vogelkäfige [bird cages]. During the...

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Ausstellungsansicht Animal Spirits – In Conversation with Daniel Richter

On the occasion of Daniel Richter’s travelling mid-career retrospective Lonely Old Slogans, currently on show at the 21-er Haus in Vienna, I met with the German painter, who is also a professor of “painting inside an extended space” at the...

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Mike Kelley, Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstruction #32 (Horse Dance of the False Virgin), choreography: Kate Foley, 2004-2005, from Day Is Done, 2005. Mike Kelley on Screen at the 21-er Haus, Vienna

Art Exhibitions, Review |

In 1998, Franz West wrote a letter to the French artist Fabrice Hybert, expressing his wish to make collaborative and interdisciplinary work with artists living outside of Austria that would operate under the concept of an “artist club”. At this...

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Citizens of Nowhere Citizens of Nowhere – Yuri Pattison at Kevin Space, Vienna

Art Exhibitions, Review |

In his first solo exhibition in Austria, Citizens of Nowhere (surveys 03.17), Yuri Pattison displays a fragment of his complex investigation into making the invisible mechanisms of the digital world visible by drawing attention to its physical infrastructure....

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Signe Pierce and Alli Coates - American Reflexxx, Video Still, Courtesy The Artists Virtual Normality – Signe Pierce at Galerie Nathalie Halgand

Art Exhibitions, Review |

The virtual self of the 28-year-old American artist Signe Pierce is currently on display at the Nathalie Halgand Galerie in Vienna, her first European solo show. Her ambitious, hyper stimulating show displays a selection of her neon-coloured performances that...

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