Christine & Irene Hohenbüchler
From May 26 to July 3, 2004 the Galerie Martin Janda presents Christine and Irene Hohenbüchler’s third solo exhibition. Continuing their intensive exploration of the relationship of architecture to fabric, the artists develop an installation in which they combine watercolors, drawings, photographs, spatial records and videos to create one complex production. The references to buildings by Rudolph Schindler, Albert Frey, and Ernst Plischke, as well as anonymous architecture also allude to – beside the fascination with the buildings – parallels between form in architecture, designs for living, and textile products.
Christine und Irene Hohenbüchler: 1964 born in Vienna
1995 We knitted BRAIDS for her, ICA London (GB)
1997 documenta X: Herbar 13, Kassel (D)
1999 offene Handlungsfelder, Austrian Pavillion, Biennale Venedig (I)
2003 Pulse: Art, Healing, and Transformation, ICA Boston (USA)