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Gudrun Bielz

Gudrun Bielz

area: Media Art

© Gudrun Bielz

© Gudrun Bielz

Key Facts


Great Britain


Media Art



recommending institution

SCHAURAUM Angewandte

time period

July 2015 - July 2015

Lives and works in the UK. Studied at the University of Art and Design, Linz, the University of Applied Art in Vienna and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. Currently finalising a PhD at the University of Reading, UK.

Has lectured at the University of Art and Design, Linz, the University of Applied Art in Vienna, Wimbledon School of Art in London and the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford. Currently visiting artist at the Royal Academy of Art Schools, London.

Areas worked in: Installation, video installation and sculpture, video tapes (art, commercials, commissioned work), su8 and 16 mm film, stage design with video, photography, digital imaging, multimedia, audio art, art & science, short stories, theoretical texts.

Has exhibited internationally since 1981. Selection: 'Aperto' Venice Biennale 1990; 'Take Over III' Fabian Carlsson Gallery, London, 1991; International Video Biennial', video sculpture, Fukui, Japan, 1991; Ars Electronica Linz, 1984, 1986, 1996;  'MIR - Art in Space', Museo Civico, Bolzano, Italy, 1999; ‘Subway Special”, The Aldwych, London, 2000; ‘To Hear is to See’, Klanggalerie Berlin, ACC Gallerie Weimar, Klangturm St. Poelten, 2002/03, and YYZ Artists Outlet, Toronto, Canada, 2005; ACF London, 2004; triangle project space St Antonio, USA, 2008; Austrian Film Archive - Metro Cinema Vienna, 2011; SilvrettAtelier 2014, Montafon, Austria, 2014 and Palais Liechtenstein, Feldkirch, Austria, 2015; “Arctificial Pandemonium”, University of Reading, 2015.

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Research for projects following my PhD Research "Arctificial Territory: A New Psychological Space for Art" with the installation "Arctificial Pandemonium". (New video project, collaboration with a university-institute, development of videos or new projects withinHybrid Art) – presentation of „Arctficial Stuff“ (preview to "Arctificial Pandemonium")  at SCHAURAUM Angewandte, July 23, 2015.

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