JACK HAUSER, SABINA HOLZER, GUESTS
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Datum der Aufzeichnung: 26.11.2016
PARADOXA is an artistic research laboratory for designing a potential space that surveys the current categories of representations and perceptual patterns, thus generating possible other encounters between people, material and immaterial phenomena.
In this our unlimited world of limits, with our wishes, desires and fears, in the attempt to perceive and recognize the various "status quo", PARADOXA invites artists and agents from the artistic field with their works, traces, documents, experiences and knowledge to an each six hour session, on different days into the studios, the library or bar of Tanzquartier Wien, to create a non-place of different zones, layers, conversations, actions and reflections.
Jack Hauser was born in 1958 ,in Horn/NÖ. After working as a chemist, he studied electro-acoustic music in Vienna between 1983-86. In 1994, foundation member of the performance band Lux Flux. Hauser designs performative interventions and experimental works with various media which have been run and guided since 1999, as Wohnung Miryam van Doren (Apartment Miryam van Doren). During the Triennale 1.0 at Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz in 2010, the Apartment’s mobile version and in 2013, the installation Carte de Tendre were exhibited. Interventions: at the d(13)/Kassel and in Hidden Museum, Fraxern 2012 as well as Go Mata Go 2015 in Essl Museum Klosterneuburg. Hauser has a strong interest in collective /co-operative artistic projects with Daniel Aschwanden, Thomas Ballhausen, David Ender, Karlheinz Essl, Philipp Gehmacher, Satu Herrala, Lisa Hinterreithner, Anne Juren, Krõõt Juurak, Barbara Kraus, Elke Silvia Krystufek, Machfeld, Jeroen Peeters, Markus Schinwald, Oleg Soulimenko, Myriam Van Imschoot, Simon Wachsmuth, and others. Since 2003 Hauser is co-operating with Milli Bitterli, and since 2005 was involved in numerous joint projects with Sabina Holzer.
Sabine Holzer is a performer, choreographer and author living in Vienna. She has developed local and international performance projects and worked in various collaborative settings. She engages herself in transdisciplinary formats at the interface of theory and praxis. Since 2007 Holzer has been publishing texts on dance and performance. Holzer has been invited internationally to lectures, movement and dance trainings. Since 2005 Sabine Holzer works closely together with visual artist Jack Hauser. Together they design interventions and performances in galleries, museums and theatres as Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz, WUK, Essl Museum, Hidden Museum, dOCUMENTA13, Tanzquartier Wien, Academy of Applied Arts, i. a.