Fruhauf constantly sheds new light on the limits of moving image. His free and non-academic approach to the Austrian heritage (Kren, Kubelka, etc.) indicates th..(read more)
In the second half of the 1970s, Alfred Kaiser was entirely unknown to the film world when he went public with two films, namely “A Third Reich” (19..(read more)
A monograph of one of Austria’s major photographers, filmmakers, and visual artists. Her main photographic interest is in people, faces, and bodies, with ..(read more)
Electric Indigo aka Susanne Kirchmayr was interviewed by Michaela Schwentner in 2015 and filmed in Berlin, Leipzig, Vienna and in trains from Berlin to Leipzig ..(read more)
Fifth in a series of films about female media artists as highlighted by the Institut für Medienarchäologie and its tireless ambassador Elisabeth Schimana.
When producing music or images the author Liesl Ujvary plays controlled games, transforming her (sound- and image-)objects from one (possible) state into anothe..(read more)
“..The general idea of ‘Voices and Piano’: when somebody speaks to me I never miss the melody of the speech but sometimes the meaning. When I ..(read more)
Mixes a wide range of styles, slow ambient vignettes, elegiac passages, psychedelic techno and trip hop movements, finishing with weird pop bossa nova.
For lovers of the sonorities of church organ, played in unconventional ways. Austrian composer, Klaus Lang, describes himself as observer of tones.