Sabine Schwaighofer / Selbstportraits 1988–2018

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  • 19:00
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    Bundesateliers Wattgasse
  • 114_Sabine Schwaighofer_selbstportrait_2018_C_Sabine Schwaighofer Sabine Schwaighofer, Selbstportrait, 2018 © Sabine Schwaighofer
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  • 114_Sabine Schwaighofer_selbstportrait_2017+2018_C_Sabine Schwaighofer Sabine Schwaighofer, Selbstportrait, 2017+2018 © Sabine Schwaighofer
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  • 114_Sabine Schwaighofer_selbstportrait_2013+2014_C_Sabine Schwaighofer Sabine Schwaighofer, Selbstportrait, 2013+2014 © Sabine Schwaighofer
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  • 114_Sabine Schwaighofer_selbstportrait_2001+2002_C_Sabine Schwaighofer Sabine Schwaighofer, Selbstportrait, 2001+2002 © Sabine Schwaighofer
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  • 114_Sabine Schwaighofer_selbstportrait_1988+1991_Sabine Schwaighofer Sabine Schwaighofer, Selbstportrait, 1988+1991 © Sabine Schwaighofer
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“In her photographic series, Sabine Schwaighofer questions complex relationships between body, gender and identity.” ‘Identity is an ever-unfinished conversation,’ Stuart Hall once said. In Schwaighofer's works, the subject of identification engages in the language of photography in a likeweise interminable conversation with norms, ideals, and fantasies of body, gender, and sexuality.” (Christian Kravagna)
The meaning and discussion of identity, the play with identity as well as the relationship of the artist to herself, to others and to things that surround her are at the centre of her work.
Schwaighofer describes her work as an "extended self-portrait as well as a documentary staging." Reflection on social and cultural identities is an important part of Schwaighofer's artistic activity: "Everything I photograph is part of my self-portrait."

Exhibition run: 21.03. – 20.04.2019
Opening: 21.03.2019, 7 p.m.

Curator: Sabine Schwaighofer
Participating artist: Sabine Schwaighofer

Bundesatelier Wattgasse
Wattgasse 56-60, 1170 Vienna, elevator 4th floor, studio 9
www.sabineschwaighofer.net
E: contact@sabineschwaighofer.net
31.03.2019, 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.
20.04.2019, 3 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Free admission