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Perhapsburg: An Exhibition by US Fulbright Alumni Tashrika Sharma & Alex McCargar

24.03.2017 to 24.03.2017 - Raum D / Q21
Host: Q21

Perhapsburg: An Exhibition by US Fulbright Alumni Tashrika Sharma & Alex McCargar

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Perhapsburg: An Exhibition by US Fulbright Alumni Tashrika Sharma & Alex McCargar Perhapsburg: An Exhibition by US Fulbright Alumni Tashrika Sharma & Alex McCargar

Venue: Raum D / Q21
Please register by Wed, Mar 22: <link https: goo.gl uljlkx _blank>goo.gl/UlJlKx
Admission free

As individuals who document everything by sketching, we ended up exploring Vienna not only as it currently exists but into what it could have been and what it can still become. These transformative misinterpretations foreordained by our research interests allowed us to transcend Vienna’s physical appearance.

Artist Backgrounds

After completing his studies at Rhode Island School of Design in Fine Arts, Architecture and Art History, Alex McCargar worked for artists and designers in Providence, RI, New York, and Zürich, Switzerland. He came to Vienna with a Fulbright Grant in 2015 as a guest of the University of Applied Arts and the Austrian National Theater Museum.
Tashrika Sharma graduated from Boston College (2015) studying Mathematics and Studio Art culminating in a math-art thesis. She was a Fulbright Grantee (2015 - 2016) at the University of Applied Arts refining her thesis results and is currently collaborating with the Institute of Science and Technology Austria making 3D-printed models.

Image: Alex McCargar

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