In spring 2019, a group of teachers and students from the departments of Site-Specific Art and Painting & Animation Film at the University of Applied Arts Vienna travelled from Beijing to Moscow by train. Using the productive tension of a very limited space and a very expanded mobility, they transformed the compartments of the Trans-Siberian Railway into their studios and engaged in the production of new work, now shown here at Mauve.
Participating artists:
Ana Likar (SLO)
Florian Berger (AUT) & Sara Bissen (KAZ)
Gabriele Edlbauer (AUT)
Jiyoon Lee (KOR)
Laura Hatting (GER)
Lukas Dworschak (AUT) & Sebastian Doringer (AUT)
Sophie Vitovec (AUT)
Stefan Wirnsperger (AUT)


A joint project by the Department of Site-Specific Art and the Department of Painting and Animated Film, Institute of Fine Arts & Media Art, University of Applied Arts Vienna, supported by MAUVE.