Maruša Sagadin

Luv Birds in toten Winkeln

For the European Capital of Culture Bad Ischl – Salzkammergut 2024, artist Maruša Sagadin is redesigning the foyer of the Alte Post with her playful, subversive sculptures.

Subject to change

The exhibition is closed from 12.2.-13.2.2024.

Luv Birds in toten Winkeln, 2023, Photo: Mareike Tocha, Commissioned by Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt Courtesy Christine König Galerie, Vienna and the artist
Programline
Contributors

Maruša Sagadin (Artist)

Simone Barlian (Head of Programme Visual Arts)
Teresa Kranawetter (Assistance Visual Arts)

Commissioned by Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt
Courtesy Christine König Galerie, Vienna and the artist

When
January - October 2024
Mo-Do 9-17
Fri 9-14
and on selected weekends

About the project

Who builds what, for whom and where? Influenced by the history of architecture, Maruša Sagadin explores the underlying social aspects of a building or place. Her artistic work operates at the interface between private and public space and combines elements of architecture, sculpture and painting.

For the European Capital of Culture Bad Ischl Salzkammergut 2024, artist Maruša Sagadin is redesigning the foyer of the Alte Post with her playful, subversive sculptures. Sculptural benches and pillars (the so-called Luv Birds) will be artistically placed in the form of a dense forest of sculptures to open up the space for visitors and ultimately create a place to linger and exchange ideas.