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MAKING TRUTH. ONE-SHOT WORKs between production and presentation, analog and digital reception

Ateier Claudia Märzendorfer, MAKING TRUTH Exhibition Parcours / VIENNA ART WEEK 2019: One-Shot Work, (C) VAW / Foto: Sandro E. E. Zanzinger

MAKING TRUTH is an exhibition designed as a circuit running through the Vienna studios of 16 selected artists. It is, in other words, an exhibition platform at various locations in the city where art is both presented and produced. MAKING TRUTH combines a look behind the scenes with the staging of the artworks themselves. A photograph in and of each location – a ONE-SHOT WORK made especially for this project in collaboration with the curator, the photographer and the respective artist – sheds light on the art’s relationship to the site of its material and/or conceptual genesis while also putting the “making of” of contemporary art – an amalgam of production and presentation – into perspective. In these photographs, the ONE-SHOT WORKs, the exhibition is finally detached from its real context and made available virtually as well. Visitors can follow the MAKING TRUTH exhibition circuit both as an analogue physical experience during the Vienna Art Week Open Studio Days and afterwards, in the digital realms of social media and the World Wide Web.

ONE-SHOT WORK: Angela Stief and Sandro E. E. Zanzinger

 

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.

 

 

FAKING AND MAKING

Today, the quest for truth – Making Truth – is no longer considered the preserve of classical orators, clerics, philosophers, scientists, and, as one would at least hope, that of politicians and heads of state, but is also the province of those who have sought and found other, individual and possibly more subtle ways of representing the truth: Visual artists, filmmakers, writers, and poets. It is probably no coincidence that Making has similarities both phonetically and in meaning to Faking and that in the fever of the not-yet-true, the truth mixes with the untrue. As is the case with hardly anyone else, artists are in the privileged position of following their own individual truth throughout their lives and translating it into a work, a field of activity in which, in addition to the move.