HOLOGRAPHIC DEVICE FOR A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THINGS

Rahman Hak-Hagir - DEVICE FOR A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THINGS (2016)

HOLOGRAPHIC DEVICE FOR A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THINGS (2016)

Limited (3+2AP+1MP), signed, numbered, dated and artist certified
photo print / framed / on alu-dubond

Photography & Performance:
Rahman Hak-Hagir

Object –
3D-Glasses, Sticker Dots / 15 x 4 x 1 cm

RAHMAN HAK-HAGIR (May 15, 1972) is an Austrian-born Vienna-based half-afghan conceptual and performance artist; focussing on the conflicting priorities between individual and social environment. His performances, photographies and films are displayed in international museums like MONA Detroit (USA) and MUAB Ruden (Austria) as much as in private and institutional collections. His latest shows, performances and collaborations took place in Milan, Kopenhagen, Dijon, Hong Kong, Beijing, Tbilisi, Berlin, New York, Jakarta and Moscow.

Rahman Hak-Hagir - HOLOGRAPHIC DEVICE FOR A BETETR UNDERSTANDING OF THINGS (2016)

Concept & Photography:
Rahman Hak-Hagir

Performer:
Magga Plodder

NULEINN is an Icelandic-Danish artist duo based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Nuleinn consists of RINE RODIN FLYCKT & MAGGA PLODER, who have worked together since 2013. With their background in Art History and Textile Design, they combine their efforts in a digital mixture of the two, where the boundaries of art and technology are explored – from video art to larger digital installations. With a master in Digital Design and Communication from the IT-University of Copenhagen, they specialize in digital aesthetics, where they question the modern worlds use of technologies through digital art.  www.nuleinn.net

HOLOGRAPHIC 3

Concept & Photography:
Rahman Hak-Hagir

Performer:
Rine Rodin Flyckt

NULEINN is an Icelandic-Danish artist duo based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Nuleinn consists of RINE RODIN FLYCKT & MAGGA PLODER, who have worked together since 2013. With their background in Art History and Textile Design, they combine their efforts in a digital mixture of the two, where the boundaries of art and technology are explored – from video art to larger digital installations. With a master in Digital Design and Communication from the IT-University of Copenhagen, they specialize in digital aesthetics, where they question the modern worlds use of technologies through digital art.  www.nuleinn.net

HOLOGRAPHIC 2

HOLOGRAPHIC DEVICE FOR A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THINGS

Concept & Photography:
Rahman Hak-Hagir

Performer:
Alex Samyi

ALEX SAMYI – Artist, set designer and curator. Austrian-Iranian born in 1958 in Vienna. 2010-2012 master program for new museology (ecm) at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Master thesis: “Participation is possible”. Since 1982, exhibitions and sets in Austria, Italy, Belgium and Eastern Europe. Many of his art works are done in collaborations intervening in the maps of society.

MUSEUM AM BACH, Institute for Social Systems Research
– Ruden / Ruda (Carinthia, Austria): With the Museum am Bach acting as an Institute for Social Systems Research a new type of museum is being unfolded, negotating models instead of phenomenas. The aim of this interdisciplinary arts initiative is to find the convergance of art, artistic research, cultural and social antropology. The Museum is collecting, presenting and researching social system models, focusing on modern utopias. Its mission is to create a new holistic understanding of society, based on self education and adaptive participation.

www.museumambach.com