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Veronika Schubert: Säg Gaad (\"You don\'t say\")

03.08.2012 to 16.09.2012

Veronika Schubert: Säg Gaad (\"You don\'t say\")

FILM & DIGITAL CULTURE, ART


Veronika Schubert: Säg Gaad ("Was du nicht sagst") Veronika Schubert: Säg Gaad ("Was du nicht sagst")

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Veronika Schubert: Säg Gaad (\"You don\'t say\")
in the context of \"MQ Summer of Fashion\" 

Date: Aug 3 to Sep 16, 10:00-22:00
Film presentation with Veronika Schubert: Aug 2, 19:00, Raum D/quartier21
Venue: ASIFAKEIL, Electric Avenue / quartier21
Free admission

In her animationvideo \"Säg gaad\" (\"You don\'t say\") Veronika Schubert uses manually and phonetically written dialect-terms. Her Vorarlberg-background – she comes from Lustenau, an internationally known economic center for embroidery – is reflected through the unusual, embroidered realization of this video, where white strings slowly create embroidered outlines of words, the lose stringends flutter in front of the dark background.

Those outlines are constantly rebuildt – layered temporally and shifted like a musical canon. This constant overlaying makes the vividness of language visible and how strongly ist appearance might differ in time.

Veronika Schubert was born in 1981 in Austria. She studied Experimental Visual Art at the Art University Linz / Austria. Since 2009 she teaches animation at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. In her video works Veronika Schubert combines digital and hand - made techniques. Her passionate relationship with language is visible in nearly all of her works. Veronika Schubert lives in Vienna.


Curators: Renate Kordon and Stefan Stratil


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