Talk with Katrin Bucher Trantow and Richard Kriesche

25.08.2020 18:00-20:00

Price: Free entry
Venue: Space02

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In Graz, in the early 1970s a significant role in an exchange was played by Richard Kriesche as a performance and media artist from the outset, by Horst Gerhard Haberl as a curator and publisher of numerous texts, and by Karl Neubacher, a media artist with a particular interest in graphics. Together they founded a group of art producers called Pool (1969) and the publication Pfirsich, which linked art with technology, economics and science and made it accessible to a wider audience beyond the established space of the studio or museum. This evening we will discuss together how Richard Kriesche turned to the new media and what opportunities emerged via local and international networks.


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