Katharina Lackner

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Since her studies at the sculpture-transmedial space department at the University of Art and Design Linz, she approaches creating art as a playful process and free play as a creative form of expression. Her focus lies on participatory works, exhibitions and projects with a scenographic, aesthetic and experiential approach – especially for children. Her works have been shown in Berlin, Leipzig, Lisbon, London, Luxembourg and Warsaw, among others. 

Participations

land - rest - take off

The station Landungsplatz derails in the Capital of Culture year and becomes a place for tangible, self-determined fantasy: a loud invitation to everyone to invent birds and other flying creatures and counteract their extinction – but especially to children and their adults.

(Original title: vogelfrei)