Merkendorf 17, 8344 Bad Gleichenberg (AT)
Opening times: 7 pm
Clemens Hollerer is the next artist in our series called ‘Artists’ Homes’. In this series, artists born or working in the region of Styria present their work in a personal and often unusual context. This time, we meet Clemens in his studio in Bad Gleichenberg.
Wednesday, 18 May 2016, 7 p.m.
Merkendorf 17, 8344 Bad Gleichenberg
Clemens Hollerer was born in 1975 in Bruck an der Mur. After his studies at Euregio Kolleg for artistic photography in Kefermarkt, he enrolled in the postgraduate studies program of HISK – Higher Institute for Fine Arts in Ghent (2006–2008). In Belgium, he continued making experiments in painting, installation and sculpture. Today, he lives and works in Bad Gleichenberg in southern Styria where he recently opened his new studio ‘MD.21 Artspace Clemens Hollerer’ in 2016. Hollerer’s works examine the notion of “destruction” in various forms, in order the portray behavioral guidance and limitation systems as well as people and their behaviour patterns in urban space.
Due to limited space, please confirm your attendance until Tuesday 17 May 2016. For environmental reasons, we suggest a carpooling system. When confirming your presence, please let us know if you would have a car available. We will gather on the 18th of May, 6 p.m. at Freiheitsplatz, close to the main theatre. For response, please contact Bettina Landl: firstname.lastname@example.org.