Artist: David Mase
Displayed work: Accomplices, 2023, oil on canvas, 180 x 160 cm
David Mase (*1986, Klagenfurt) devotes himself to painting, graphics, sculpture and site-specific installations. In his works, he explores the boundaries between abstraction and representationalism and processes contemporary themes in sometimes absurd compositions. accomplices is part of a series that deals with the dynamics of groups. Pastose areas of colour and abstract body parts merge into a scenery. The boundaries between people and landscape, identity and togetherness become blurred.
David Mase – www.davidmase.com
Artist: Kristína Mésároš
Displayed work: Speed V, 2022, acrylic on canvas, 100 x 80 cm
Kristina Mésároš (*1981, Šaľa) is a Slovakian artist who lives and works in the municipality of Scharndorf in Austria. In her work, she depicts the perception of the world around her in a narrative way. She is often described as a protagonist of magical realism or neo-romanticism. In Seeboden am Millstätter See she presents a work from the series „frozen“. This series thematizes the moment of full concentration, in which time seems to stand still, in which the unexpected awaits.
Artist: Marlene Heidinger
Displayed work: Hinterher II., 2023, oil on canvas, 90 x 125 cm
Marlene Heidinger (*1996, Vienna) lives and works in Vienna. She studied painting and animation film at the University of Applied Arts and the ÉCV in Paris. In her work, she deals with relationships, sociodynamics, and the question of privacy in modern media. In Seeboden am Millstätter See, she is presenting a work from the series „POLONAISE – dancing on the abyss.“ In this series, the artist explores a fundamental characteristic of festivals – their transience.
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