KÜNSTLERHAUS - HALLE FÜR KUNST & MEDIEN
Burgring 2, A-8010 Graz
Tue – Sun 10.00 – 18.00
Thu 10.00 – 20.00
When I pulled my finger out of the feathered bottom, it smelled delightfully like fresh clay.
When Heribert Friedl deliberately turns away from the visually perceptible art object, he takes appropriate actions based on these self-limitations and confronts us in the exhibition space with an unfamiliar situation: we see nothing – nothing more than the space, or at least, nothing that resembles material manifestations of art. Friedl's art is founded on the scientific knowledge that it's easier for us to remember visual experiences when they're coupled with particular odours or noises. Thus, his work is concentrated on a radical form of art: the imaginary image.
Sound and Smoke – a Revue in Pictures