Katharina Sabernig

Knitted Anatomy


Opening: 24.03.2022, 7pm

Free admission! 

Curated by: Günther Holler-Schuster
Venue: studio

About the exhibition

Katharina Sabernig is a doctor and anthropologist who has worked with anatomical illustrations, visualised medicine and Tibetan medical terminology. Inspired by the diversity of anatomical representations and the ethical issues associated with this art, she began knitting anatomical objects in 2015. In her current project, she depicts the topography of internal organs and their vascular supply, taking the size of an adult person as a starting point.


About the studio

From 1992 to 2010 the studio at the Neue Galerie Graz served as a platform for young Austrian artists at the beginning of their careers. This essential instrument for the promotion and presentation of young art in the Joanneumsviertel was reintroduced in 2017. Access to the studio exhibitions is free of charge. 


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