isaVisuell / Fotografische Beobachtungen von Stephan Polzer beim isaFestival

  • Date -
  • 7 p.m.
  • Place
    mdw – Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien
  • 190_Stephan Polzer_Fagottistin mit Spiegelung_2017_C_Stephan Polzer.jpg Stephan Polzer, Fagottistin mit Spiegelung, 2017 © Stephan Polzer
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  • 190_Stephan Polzer_Cellistin mit Noten_2015_C_Stephan Polzer.jpg Stephan Polzer, Cellistin mit Noten, 2015 © Stephan Polzer
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  • 190_Stephan Polzer_Cellistin im Finale_2011_C_Stephan Polzer.jpg Stephan Polzer, Cellistin im Finale, 2011 © Stephan Polzer
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  • 190_Stephan Polzer_Cellistin auf steinigem Weg_2009_Stephan Polzer.jpg Stephan Polzer, Cellistin auf steinigem Weg, 2009 © Stephan Polzer
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  • 190_Stephan Polzer_Aufschrei_2010_C_Stephan Polzerjpg Stephan Polzer, Aufschrei, 2010 © Stephan Polzer
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Stephan Polzer has been an observer of creative processes in music for many years. Through his work in the organisation unit of the isa - International Summer Academy he is familiar with all aspects of active music creation. isa is the summer campus of the mdw – Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien (University of Music and Performing Arts). More than 300 students from over 40 nations take part in master classes in the Semmering region and present themselves in concerts.

The exhibition isaVisuell offers glimpses of the inside of isa, captures all the delicate moods associated with a concert performance, depicts euphoric feelings of happiness as well as moments of great tension. In collaboration with curator Kristin Dittrich, Stephan Polzer presents photographic observations at the isaFestival over the last ten years.

Exhibition run: 20.03. – 18.04.2019
Opening: 21.03.2019, 7 p.m.

Curators: Kristin Dittrich, Stephan Polzer
Participating artist: Stephan Polzer

mdw – Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien
Anton-von-Webern-Platz 1, 1030 Vienna
www.mdw.ac.at/isavisuell
E isavisuell@mdw.ac.at
T +43 664 841 43 01
Mon – Sat 10 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Free admission