The project leer-raum explores the role of space in an artistic and explorative way. How has its definition changed? Especially through situations like the current crisis it is assigned a new meaning. Private and public space is changing. There has been a change in the use of space in everyday life. Everything converges with the home as the space of everyday life.
The project leer-raum was presented in the course of the exhibition baroXmedia – What is space and how can we experience it? This was the central question that the students dealt with in the project. The installation on this topic was implemented in the summer sacristy of Melk Abbey. Several VR headsets were available for this purpose, offering visitors insights into the students' work. The experimental exhibition made optimal use of the available space by finding its origin in the elements of the exhibition space.
Team: Ines Blatterer, Florian Salvesberger, Tim Peham, Felix Reiterer, Jakob Sam, Anna-Lena Schlamp Simon Rainer, Markus Wintersberger, Christian Munk
Partner*innen: Internationale Barocktage Stift Melk