In Then Out 2024. Adaptation by students of the FH Joanneum, Architecture and Civil Engineering

Press release

26.05.2024
The existing metal artwork "In Then Out" is complemented by a sculpture made of yellow intertwined hoses. The existing metal artwork "In Then Out" is complemented by a sculpture made of yellow intertwined hoses.

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Press event

26.05.2024 11am - 12pm

Place of the press event

Austrian Sculpture Park

Curators

Elisabeth Fiedler

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The Austrian Sculpture Park invites school classes and groups of students to engage with the park. The goal is to develop unique, temporary adaptations of the artwork In Then Out, 2014, class of Tobias Rehberger, Städelschule Frankfurt/Main. For this project in 2024, the park was successful in winning students of the FH Joanneum, Architecture and Civil Engineering, under the guidance of Anke Strittmatter and Sigrid Bürstmayr.

Exhibition design

Students:

Charlotte Ehrmann, Elisabetha Fetsch, Martina Hausegger, Lars Kähler, Karoline Kirner

Lecturers:

Sigrid Bürstmayr, Christoph Neuhold, Anke Strittmatter

 

Further information

The Austrian Sculpture Park invites school classes and student groups to engage with the park. The aim is to develop their own temporary adaptation of the artwork In Then Out, 2014 by the class of Tobias Rehberger, Städelschule Frankfurt/Main. Students from the FH Joanneum, Architecture and Civil Engineering, under the direction of Anke Strittmatter, Sigrid Bürstmayr and Christoph Neuhold, have been recruited for 2024.