Artist in Residence

Zin Taylor, Lochen Voices, 2013
(c) Zin Taylor
© Adriana Lara
Susanne Kriemann © Belvedere, Vienna
A silent crazy jungle under glass, 2011-2013
Installationsansicht, Susanne Kriemann 'Modelling (Construction School)', Arnolfini, Bristol, 2013, Courtesy RaebervonStenglin, Zürich und Wilfried Lentz, Rotterdam
© Andy Coolquitt
© Lili Reynaud-Dewar
Sunghee Pae, Urban Park, site-specific installation (Swing Space, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, NY), 2010
left: untitled, 2010 | right: untitled, 2010, © Bernd Ribbeck, Courtesy Galerie Kamm
Kiwon Hong at the Augarten Atelier, image: Julia Stix © Belvedere, Wien
Andy Coolquitt, installation view, chair w/paintings , Lisa Cooley, New York, NY, 2012
Andy Coolquitt, installation view, attainable excellence, AMOA-Arthouse, Austin, TX, 2012

Artist in Residence

In 2001 the Belvedere established its Artist in Residence-program and set up a studio and an apartment at the Augarten Contemporary. International artists are invited to spend time in Vienna in order to develop and present their work, familiarize themselves with the Austrian art scene, and enter into a dialogue with it.

Artists of the program since 2001 are Jakob Kolding, Jonathan Monk, Róza El-Hassan, Ann-Sofi Sidén, Yoshitomo Nara, Hiroshi Sugito, Ugo Rondinone, Koo Jeong-A, Marcin Maciejowski, Silke Otto-Knapp, Julian Göthe, Gerard Byrne, Gülsün Karamustafa, Lucy McKenzie, Marianna Gartner, Christian Philipp Müller, Monika Schwitte, Ouyang Chun, David Maljković, Daniel Knorr, Michael Riedel, Seb Patane, Kiwon Hong, Jihye Park, Bernd Ribbeck, Sunghee Pae, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Andy Coolquitt, Susanne Krieman and Adriana Lara

October to December 2014
Zin Taylor

Zin Taylor
Artist in Residence October to December 2014

Spanning sculpture, painting, drawing, collage, video and sound, Zin Taylor’s work revisits the process, construction and inscription of form through specific cultural histories. In the words of curator Dieter Roelstraete, his works signal a definite shift toward a fundamental interrogation of sculpture’s basic language, if not of the very assumptions that underlie the enterprise of sculpture and art as such. How do forms come about? Do materials have a will of their own, content to speak through Zin Taylor’s hands as long as he’s able to give voice to matter’s inner thought?

Zin Taylor (Calgary, Canada 1978) is an artist based in Brussels. Thoughts about a subject, turned into forms about a subject is a way to describe his approach to—and use of—environments as material for sculpture and thinking. Taylor has presented solo exhibitions throughout Europe and North America. Writing by Zin Taylor, and his artist books, have been published by Sternberg Press (Berlin), Bywater Bros. Editions (Port Colborne), Mousse Publishing (Milan), Karma (New York), and Artforum (New York).

Adriana Lara
Artist in Residence June to September 2014

Adriana Lara is interested in the interplay between the things in the world, their appearance, their linguistic and symbolic representation and the problems thereby emerging. Her exhibitions operate like models of the correlations of the order of things and signs, handing over questions of interpretation and meaning to the viewer. She is pursuing a very playful, post-conceptual practice, in which contents are treated on an equal footing with their objects and their sensual experience, realizing works depending on the matter in question in a variety of materials and media.

Adriana Lara was born in Mexico City in 1978, where she lives and works. She is a member of Perros Negros, a curatorial collective co-founded by her in 2003. She is also editor of the quarterly magazine Pazmaker and part of the band Lasser Moderna. Her work has been recently shown in the following exhibitions: Let's Not Jump Into Concrete, Independenza, Rome (solo, 2014); Marrakech Biennale 5 (2014); Documenta 13, Kassel (2012); NY-USA, Algus Greenspon, New York (solo, 2012); S.S.O.R., Kunsthalle Basel (solo, 2012); and Scryyns and Interesting Theories, Air de Paris, Paris (solo, 2012).

Exhibition at the 21er Raum

Susanne Kriemann
Artist in Residence July/September 2013

The work of Susanne Kriemann encompasses – on a formal level – experimental film, photography, and sculpture. Implicit in her artistic practice are questions such as: What constitutes an archive? How does it reflect the sedimentation of time and histories? How is an archive carried forward into the present? And for whom? Her exploration of various archives, her concern for the meaning, structure, and history ofpreserved materials as well as her intensive research process within actualarchives suggest the element of performance as integral to her practice. Incombination with her own photographs of specific settings and situations, the historical material that has been garnered from these research processes outlines a space where new critical associations are drawn, which ultimately reveal the entanglements of the archive’s trajectories with those of the present.

Exhibition at the 21er Raum

Lili Reynaud-Dewar
Artist in Residence January–April 2013

The French artist Lili Reynaud-Dewar (b. 1975 in La Rochelle) combines various media, such as installation, sculpture, performance, film, painting, and drawing, to create complex staged spaces. The performative moment is her focus; indeed the artist refers to her exhibitions as Environments for Performances. Her works often embrace elements of dance, theater, design, and pop music and address the notion of cultural identity caught between individual experience and societal stereotypes. Lili Reynaud-Dewar has developed projects on a wide variety of subjects, for example the beginnings of film production by Thomas Edison (Black Mariah, 2009), the life and work of Ettore Sottsass (In Every Room There is the Ghost of Sex, 2008), or slave communities in Jamaica in the nineteenth century (The Center and The Eyes, 2006).

Lili Reynaud-Dewar lives and works in Paris and Grenoble. After studying at the École Régionale des Beaux Arts de Nantes, the artist did a master’s degree at the Glasgow School of Art. Her solo exhibitions in recent years include: Ceci est ma maison / This is my place, Magasin, Grenoble, 2012; Cleda’s Chairs, Bielefeld Kunstverein, Bielefeld, 2011; Antitheater, Frac Champagne Ardennes, Reims, 2010, and Interpretation, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, 2010. She has also contributed to many international exhibitions including La Triennale, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2012; The End of Money, Witte de With, Rotterdam, 2011; The Château, CAPC musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, 2011 and Elles@centrepompidou, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2009. Her plans for 2013 encompass solo exhibitions at Kunstraum Innsbruck and Le Consortium, Dijon, and participating in the Lyon Biennale.

Exhibition at the 21er Raum


Sunghee Pae
Artist in Residence November/December 2012

The Korean artist Sunghee Pae (b. 1980 in Gumi/Korea) addresses urban space in her work and examines its role as the ideal place. Architectural designs from rapidly evolving megacities as well as historical sites, such as Renaissance and Baroque gardens, constitute the content and composition of her works. On the one hand the artist addresses people’s innate desire to create the ideal landscape environment. On the other the deserted, emphatically artificial landscapes in her installations, resembling sprawling architecture models, indicate the failure of such visions and capture the thin line between utopian and dystopian scenarios.

Sunghee Pae was invited to Vienna as part of an artist exchange program initiated by the Austrian Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs as part of the celebrations to mark 120 years of diplomatic relations between Korea and Austria and 50 years since their recommencement. The Belvedere and the National Museum of Contemporary Art Korea (NMCA) were both selected to send three artists to an artist-in-residence program in the partner country. Following Kiwon Hong and Jihye Park, Sunghee Pae was a guest at the Belvedere’s studio in the Augarten at the end of 2012.

Bernd Ribbeck
Artist in Residence September/October 2012

Exploring a non-linear concept of time is a major factor in the art of Bernd Ribbeck (b. 1974 in Cologne). Images are formed through layering and displacement and they are characterized by an indefinable dimension in time. Ribbeck’s small-scale abstract paintings are composed of geometric forms like circles, ellipses, rhombuses and triangles, recalling the vocabulary of forms from avant-garde movements in the early twentieth century. Yet these are detached from a historical context and transported into their own world of timeless, non-representational imagery. His works are characterized by an elaborate process of removing and applying paint and expanding and containing forms that engenders a tension between color and form, line and surface, destruction and construction.

Bernd Ribbeck lives and works in Berlin. He studied art history and then painting at the Hochschule der Künste Berlin, the Akademie der bildenden Künste Munich, and the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. In 2002 he lived and worked at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Since 2000 the artist’s work has been showcased in numerous solo exhibitions both in Germany and abroad, including Galerie Kamm, Berlin; Alison Jacques Gallery, London; Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich; and Oldenburger Kunstverein with Claudia Wieser. He has also participated in important international group exhibitions, for example The Long Dark, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge (2010); Manifesta 2008, Trentino and the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art (2008).

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