Tracing Decay

Tracing Decay is a VR experience that aims at revisiting and reinventing art.
Featuring work by Barbara Graf, Huda Lutfi, Daniel Reidy ft. Greg Pond.
Tracing Decay is a project that aims at reloading memory of impactful art, that countered decay and interference, proving that forgetting was not necessarily a deconstructive state for the sake of pure entropy. An invitation to explore, revisit and reinvent profound visions in a new context; one that embarks on existing works by artists willing to embrace the change of state. A chance for self-rediscovery and representation beyond brick and mortar; where previously hosted projects in physical space can now become a part of a virtual story. Creating unique scenarios that explore the potential of Virtual Reality as an immersive medium, with the intent to enhance the audience experience. Produced by Art in Reverb, in collaboration with Womb Tech. Curated and directed by Nagla Samir.

https://www.tracingdecay.com/
https://www.facebook.com/TracingDecay
https://www.instagram.com/tracingdecay/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_SOaKCaZlR2QO6pLswBPdw

Visceral Operations/Assemblage

2019-23 Projektmitarbeit: ”Taktile Operationen/Remontage’, Projektleitung: Dr. Christina Lammer (gefördert vom Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung Österreich – FWF, Programm zur Entwicklung und Erschließung der Künste – PEEK).

2019-2023 Artist in the project ‘Visceral Operations/Assemblage’, project manager: Dr. Christina Lammer (supported by The Austrian Science Fund – FWF: Programme for Arts-based Research – PEEK)

Barbara Graf, Large Glove, 09:20, silent (filmstill)

Transfashional, 2019/20

Barbara Graf, Large Glove & Large Glove in Motion, 2016-19

Ala Moderna del Museo della Città Rimini- Italy
26.10.2019 – 6.1.2020
Group Exhibition, Curated by Dobrila Denegri

Fashion.Wow! Mode als Statement, 2018


Ausstellung / Exhibition galeriefreihausgasse Villach-Austria,
in Kooperation mit der Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien-Österreich
in cooperation with the University of Applied Arts Vienna-Austria
16.6.-8.9.2018

Arbeiten von /works by: 
Karin Altmann, Manora Auersperg, Anna-Sophie Berger, George Bezhanishvili, Sonja Bäumel, Christina Dörfler-Raab, Flora Luise Mercedes Goidinger, Barbara Graf, Milena Heussler, Veronika Hauer, Lila John, Afra Kirchdorfer, Nina Kugler, Karl Lagerfeld, Marlies Liekfeld-Rapetti, Adele List, Walter Lunzer, Patrick Meier, NGO Nha, Ute Neuber, Oswald Oberhuber, Nathalie Pelet, Oona Peyrer-Heimstätt, Jasmin Schaitl, Christine Schöpf, Raf Jan Henri Simons, Walter Steinacher, Alexandra Surugiu, Cosima Terrasse, Lara Torres, Que Chi Trinh, Galerie V & V, Vivienne Westwood, Bernhard Willhelm

Download invitation (266KB):

Einladung_FashionWOW_web

 

 

Habemus Corpus, 2018

 
Barbara Graf
Arbeiten: Tuch 6 und 8, Kleines Tuch 1,2,3,4,8,9, 2013-18
works: Cloth 6 and 8, Small Cloth 1,2,3,4,8,9, 2013-18

Ausstellung / Exhibition: 11.3. – 20.4. 2018
Gallery knoele & baettig, 
Winterthur-Switzerland
KünstlerInnen / artists: Humberto Días, Barbara Graf, Olivier Lovey,
Alexandra Meyer, Victorine Müller, Carlos Martiel

Chirurgische Gesten / Performing Surgery

2015-18 Projektmitarbeit: ‘Chirurgische Gesten’, Projektleitung: Dr. Christina Lammer (gefördert vom Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung Österreich – FWF, Programm zur Entwicklung und Erschließung der Künste – PEEK).

2015-2018 Artist in the project ‘Performing Surgery’, project manager: Dr. Christina Lammer (supported by The Austrian Science Fund – FWF: Programme for Arts-based Research – PEEK)


Großer Handschuh (Handschuh als Gewand), 2016/2017
Handmaschinenbestickt, Mischgewebe Baumwolle/Viskose und grauer Faden, Größe: 210 x 135 cm
Large Glove (glove as a garment), 2016/2017
Hand machine embroidery, mixed fabric cotton/viscose and grey threadsize: 210 x 135 cm


Großer Handschuh (in Bewegung), stroboskopische Fotografien, 2017/18
Large Glove (in motion) stroboscopic photographic images, 2027/2018


Gesten-Alphabet, 2016-2018
Größe Handschuhe: je 70 cm (Länge), Inkjetprint auf Baumwolle
Alphabet of gestures, 2016-2018
size gloves: each 70 cm (length), inkjet print on cotton


Gewebe, 2016/2017, Filmstills
Tissue, 2016/2017, film stills


Hände/Naht, 2015/2016, 1 min 26 sec (Loop),  Animationsfilm, 136 Zeichnungen
Hands/Suture, 2015/2016, 1 min 26 sec (loop), drawn animation film, 136 drawings

http://www.corporealities.org/
http://scilog.fwf.ac.at/videos/operierende-haende-die-koerpersprache-der-chirurgie
© FWF

Spuren, 2017


Kleines Tuch 1 (Hand), 2016 / Kleines Tuch 8 (Fuß), 2017
Medizinische Gaze, je: 25 x 35 cm
Small Cloth 1 (Hand ), 2016 / Small Cloth 8 (Foot), 2017
Medical Gauze, each: 25 x 35 cm  

kunstraumarcade, Mödling-Österreich
Art-Space arcade, Mödling-Austria
18.11.2017 – 23.12.2017

KünstlerInnen/artists:
Seishi Irikasa, Barbara Graf, Gerlinde Thuma, Regina Stierschneider
www.kunstraumarcade.at

Inspiration Flora, 2016

graf_bildraeume_1_2_installation
Installationsansicht / installation view

Graf_Bildraeume_1_2
Bildräume 1 und 2, 2016, je 26.7 x 35.6 cm
Image-Spaces 1 and 2, 2016, each 26,7 x 35.6 cm
(In Referenz zu / in reference to:
Photographie Willy Maywald: Oberlichtsaal Villa Flora, Hedy Hahnloser &
Pierre Bonnard “Effect de glace ou Le tub”)

Villa Flora Winterthur Schweiz / Switzerland
Gruppenausstellung
 / Collective exhibition: 8.5.-2.10.2016
Kuratorin / curator: Maja von Meiss

Flyer PDF (156 KB)
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