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Kunstraum Lakeside: Solo Exhibition 2025 Programme on the Topic ‘Glitch’ (Austria)

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Kunstraum Lakeside in Austria invites artists to participate in its 2025 programme with proposals for solo exhibitions. They are in search of projects that relate to the Kunstraum’s annual topic of ‘glitch’ and experiment with modes of representation in the visual arts, in the context of an institution at the interface between art, science, and technology.

The exhibitions at Kunstraum Lakeside will open in February, April, September or November 2025 and will run for 6 to 8 weeks.

Kunstraum Lakeside focuses on one topic each year, which evolves from the local and institutional particulars of the exhibition, performance, and discourse space itself. Its association with a science and technology park, and the correlations between the exhibition contents and the semester programme at the University of Klagenfurt, prompt questions about the role of artists in current knowledge production.

Curated by Franz Thalmair and Gudrun Ratzinger, the programme concentrates on fields of action encompassed under the term ‘artistic research’. Artistic research is conceived as a field that, in addition to just an aesthetic experience, enables one to reflect upon the conditions of his/her activities within artistic practice, while representing something in the artistic knowledge production process with the specific means of art.

Kunstraum Lakeside provides a fee of 1,200 EUR and a production cost subsidy (including transport of artworks) of a maximum of 1,500 EUR per exhibition. These financial conditions must be taken into account in the conceptualisation of the exhibition. It is therefore recommended that existing works be recontextualised and expanded. In addition, the Kunstraum will cover the costs of PR/marketing, translations, documentation, opening, and travel.


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