Presentation of the book
by Georgia Creimer
Wednesday, January 18, 2012, 7 pm
Introduction: Patricia Grzonka
The book evolved out of an art in public space project for which art students from all over the world were invited to send in a picture and a short text expressing their notion of an “Intimate Space”. The Brasilian-Austrian artist Georgia Creimer appropriated the many different contributions for her artistic-architectonic intervention in the houses of the Olympic Village through monochrome colouring in the spectrum of the Olympic Rings. The joint work reflects the relevance of dwelling and privacy in an intercultural dialogue and juxtaposes a large-scale sports event with intimate glimpses of special, individual places.
Edited by Georgia Creimer and Martin Stenger
Vienna 2011. German/english, 116 pages, 141 color fotos with some full page. Softcover.
Text contributions: Georgia Creimer, Patricia Grzonka, Ruth Horak
Participating artists: Lydia Andrioti, Coccoz Ayelen, Oana Georgiana Barna, Rosa Coyle-Hayward, Megan Dieudonne, Inbal Drue, Yenny Effendy, Rosa Egg, Mattias Eliasson, Helene Førde, Kathrin Haas, Verena Hägler, Michael Hammond, Stefanie Honeder, Anna Jankó, Laura Levin, Tania Marcadella, Liz Marinou, Marisol Maza, Felipe Meres, Julie Miller, Ada Muntean, Poornabodh Nadavatti, Emi Nakamura, Virgilio Neves, Olga Nordwall, Robin Peer, Eleni Phylactide, Carolin Reichert, Jasmin Schaitl, Katja Scharkowski, Alexandra Serrano, Cate Smith, Katharina Swoboda, Elizabeth Thallauer, Anna Tihanyi, Marjon van Tongeren, Ching-Hsiang Tsai, Isis Varkonyi, Ben Winfield, Marc Tobias Winterhagen, Zhaoguo Zhang
For further information and photographic
material please contact:
Secession, Association of Visual Artists Vienna Secession
Friedrichstraße 12, 1010 Vienna
Tel: +43-1-5875307-10, Fax: +43-1-5875307-34