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AIR InSILo Postcards, 2021
XS-size
10
Format A6, carton 300 g/m3, UV coating
First edition of 50.

A set of five postcards with silos of Lower Austria

Fernando Martín Velazco. Gray Whale and Dolphins, 2021
S-size
90
Lambda C-Print at Fujicolor
Crystal Archive DP
A special print for AIR InSILo
21*31
Fernando Martín Velazco. Maternity, 2021
S-size
90
Lambda C-Print at Fujicolor
Crystal Archive DP
A special print for AIR InSILo
21*31
Fernando Martín Velazco. Gray Whales’ Pod, 2021
S-size
90
Lambda C-Print at Fujicolor
Crystal Archive DP
A special print for AIR InSILo
21*31
Olga Pylnik. Loop I, 2022
S-size
80
Glazed ceramics
18*13

Olga Pylnik. Loop II, 2022
S-size
120
Glazed ceramics
18*13

Olga Pylnik. Loop III, 2022
S-size
80
Glazed ceramics
18*13

Olga Pylnik. Yellow, 2022
M-size
300
Upcycled fabric, PVC glue, paint
40*47
Olga Pylnik. White, 2022
M-size
300
Upcycled fabric, PVC glue, paint
75*65
Olga Pylnik. Gray, 2022
M-size
300
Upcycled fabric, PVC glue, paint
42*43
Olga Pylnik. Blue, 2022
M-size
300
Upcycled fabric, PVC glue, paint
42*43
Nikita Pirogov.
Margarita and Olga from The Other Shore series, 2010
#1/3, signed
L-size
1800
Archival pigment print, printed in 2010
Hahnemuhle Ultra Smooth Photo Rag, density - 305 gsm
80cm x 120cm, 107cm x 126cm with margins

Nikita Pirogov’s works are visual poetry. The equality between photography and poetry does not result from the author's writing poetry with words and with the help of a camera but is in a literal feeling of individual Pirogov’s photos as beads from which new strings of new meanings are made when a collision of adjacent images forms a new and never before experienced feeling. What does poetry give us? A revelation? But how can one make sure that this is It? Through a movement of the air flying through their perception, piercing their bodies and mind with lightning and making one’s skin feel the presence of an invisible unknown. It is funny to speak about the invisible while speaking of photography, but it seems to me, it is present here.
(Irina Tchmyreva, PhD., curator)
Nikita Pirogov.
Semeon from The Other Shore series, 2010
#1/5, signed
L-size
1300
Archival pigment print, printed in 2010
Hahnemuhle Ultra Smooth Photo Rag, density - 305 gsm
60cm x 90cm, no margins

Nikita Pirogov’s works are visual poetry. The equality between photography and poetry does not result from the author's writing poetry with words and with the help of a camera but is in a literal feeling of individual Pirogov’s photos as beads from which new strings of new meanings are made when a collision of adjacent images forms a new and never before experienced feeling. What does poetry give us? A revelation? But how can one make sure that this is It? Through a movement of the air flying through their perception, piercing their bodies and mind with lightning and making one’s skin feel the presence of an invisible unknown. It is funny to speak about the invisible while speaking of photography, but it seems to me, it is present here.
(Irina Tchmyreva, PhD., curator)
Nikita Pirogov.
Melting Ice from The Other Shore series, 2010
#1/5, signed
L-size
1300
Archival pigment print, printed in 2010
Hahnemuhle Ultra Smooth Photo Rag, density - 305 gsm
50cm x 75cm, 60cm x 85cm with margins

Nikita Pirogov’s works are visual poetry. The equality between photography and poetry does not result from the author's writing poetry with words and with the help of a camera but is in a literal feeling of individual Pirogov’s photos as beads from which new strings of new meanings are made when a collision of adjacent images forms a new and never before experienced feeling. What does poetry give us? A revelation? But how can one make sure that this is It? Through a movement of the air flying through their perception, piercing their bodies and mind with lightning and making one’s skin feel the presence of an invisible unknown. It is funny to speak about the invisible while speaking of photography, but it seems to me, it is present here.
(Irina Tchmyreva, PhD., curator)
Nikita Pirogov.
Nikita #1 from The Other Shore series, 2010
#1/5, signed
M-size
1300
Archival pigment print, printed in 2010
Hahnemuhle Ultra Smooth Photo Rag, density - 305 gsm
50cm x 70cm, 60cm x 80cm with margins

Nikita Pirogov’s works are visual poetry. The equality between photography and poetry does not result from the author's writing poetry with words and with the help of a camera but is in a literal feeling of individual Pirogov’s photos as beads from which new strings of new meanings are made when a collision of adjacent images forms a new and never before experienced feeling. What does poetry give us? A revelation? But how can one make sure that this is It? Through a movement of the air flying through their perception, piercing their bodies and mind with lightning and making one’s skin feel the presence of an invisible unknown. It is funny to speak about the invisible while speaking of photography, but it seems to me, it is present here.
(Irina Tchmyreva, PhD., curator)
Nikita Pirogov.
Semeon from The Other Shore series, 2010
#1/5, signed
S-size
400
Archival pigment print, printed in 2010
Hahnemuhle Ultra Smooth Photo Rag, density - 305 gsm
20cm x 30cm, 22cm x 32cm with margins

Nikita Pirogov’s works are visual poetry. The equality between photography and poetry does not result from the author's writing poetry with words and with the help of a camera but is in a literal feeling of individual Pirogov’s photos as beads from which new strings of new meanings are made when a collision of adjacent images forms a new and never before experienced feeling. What does poetry give us? A revelation? But how can one make sure that this is It? Through a movement of the air flying through their perception, piercing their bodies and mind with lightning and making one’s skin feel the presence of an invisible unknown. It is funny to speak about the invisible while speaking of photography, but it seems to me, it is present here.
(Irina Tchmyreva, PhD., curator)
Jennetta Petch and Szymon Kula.
Harness III, 2021
L-size
570
Wood, leather, laser engraving
60cm x 30 x 30 cm

Jenneta Petch and Szymon Kula create speculative fictions and rural fantasies inspired by pastoral sci-fi, imagining possible futures where time portals overlap and tradition and innovation cross over into absurdity. They displace deep past materialisms into a contemporary context, re-exploring their viabilities, potential adaptations and community roles beyond the local economy. In the context of environmental breakdown, they investigate the future purpose of craft practices and the potential utopias they can generate, as well as how they can aid our survival in unknown prospective ecosystems.
Jennetta Petch and Szymon Kula.
Harness II, 2021
M-size
430
Wood, leather, laser engraving
45cm x 30 x 30 cm

Jenneta Petch and Szymon Kula create speculative fictions and rural fantasies inspired by pastoral sci-fi, imagining possible futures where time portals overlap and tradition and innovation cross over into absurdity. They displace deep past materialisms into a contemporary context, re-exploring their viabilities, potential adaptations and community roles beyond the local economy. In the context of environmental breakdown, they investigate the future purpose of craft practices and the potential utopias they can generate, as well as how they can aid our survival in unknown prospective ecosystems.
Jennetta Petch and Szymon Kula.
Harness I, 2021
M-size
430
Wood, leather, laser engraving
45cm x 30 x 30 cm

Jenneta Petch and Szymon Kula create speculative fictions and rural fantasies inspired by pastoral sci-fi, imagining possible futures where time portals overlap and tradition and innovation cross over into absurdity. They displace deep past materialisms into a contemporary context, re-exploring their viabilities, potential adaptations and community roles beyond the local economy. In the context of environmental breakdown, they investigate the future purpose of craft practices and the potential utopias they can generate, as well as how they can aid our survival in unknown prospective ecosystems.
Maria Safronova-Wahlström.
Sculpture from the project Habitus, 2019

M-size
350
Plaster 27*12*10 cm

Habitus is about one hundred casts in plaster Birkenstock sandals placed in the plastic boxes, that are usually used in the German factories of the brand. Is the individual and independent choice possible in the world of manufacturing in large quantities identity traits? What is the aim of this subconscious signalling of social membership and belonging? The plaster shoes are represented in male, female and children sizes (41, 38, 27) with the link to the idea of how the social identity is formed by the family and social circle and form the perception and behaviour of the younger generations. This is an ingrained set of dispositions that shape the way we perceive and react to the world.
images: © Ksenia Yurkova, Tina Umer
Bernhard Kathan.
Johanna Mikl-Leitner und Sebastian Kurz trinken die Herzen von Menschen aus, 2016
#1/7, signed
L-size
1350
Ink pen on paper, C-Print
91 x 144,5 cm
Bernhard Kathan.
Der peloponnesische Krieg mit digitalen Mitteln geführt, 2021
#1/7, signed
L-size
1350
Ink pen on paper, C-Print
91 x 144,5 cm
Bernhard Kathan.
Der Traum des Hermann Broch, 2018
#1/7, signed
L-size
1350
Ink pen on paper, C-Print
91 x 144,5 cm
Bernhard Kathan.
Wir Maschinen-mensche, 2021
#1/7, signed
L-size
1350
Ink pen on paper, C-Print
91 x 144,5 cm
Die Erschießung der Marussja Omeltschenko am 17.11.1943 in der Nähe von Uman, 2016
#1/7, signed
L-size
1350
Ink pen on paper, C-Print
91 x 144,5 cm
Martin Breindl, Plane Catcher #13, 2019
L-size
1600
Assemblage: model airplane, iron,
27.8 x 11.3 x 24 cm, 0.9 kg
incl. certificate of authenticity
Martin Breindl, Plane Catcher #16, 2019
L-size
1600
Assemblage: model airplane, iron,
18.4 x 18.6 x 18.6 cm, 3.0 kg
incl. certificate of authenticity
Martin Breindl, Plane Catcher #20, 2019
L-size
1600
Assemblage: model airplane, iron,
19 x 10.5 x 19 (+ 2.5 x 9 x 15) cm, 1.3 (2.6) kg
incl. certificate of authenticity
Martin Breindl, Plane Catcher #33, 2019
L-size
1600
Assemblage: model airplane, iron, 16.2 x 14 x 24.8 (+ 4 x 7.8 x 14.4) cm, 1.6 (3.6) kg
incl. certificate of authenticity
Martin Breindl, Plane Catcher #34, 2019
L-size
1600
Assemblage: model airplane, iron,
20 x 23 x 23 (+ 4 x 6 x 15.5) cm, 1.9 (3.6) kg
incl. certificate of authenticity
Martin Breindl, Plane Catcher #41, 2019
L-size
1600

Assemblage: model airplane, iron,
12.5 x 15 x 24 cm, 2.4 kg
incl. certificate of authenticity

Martin Breindl, Plane Catcher #44, 2020
L-size
1600

Assemblage: model airplane, iron,
15 x 21 x 40 cm, 1.0 kg
incl. certificate of authenticity

Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#2/3+2AP
L-size
1000
70*105*0.6 cm
Lambda C-Print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive
DP II Photopaper under
2mm Acrylglas on 4mm Alu-Dibond/
Ksenia Yurkova. Sculpture from the project
Negative Space, 2021
#1/3+1AC
L-size
1800
18*12.4*22 cm
Weight: 4 kg
Acryl, Cotton, Plastic, Metal
Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#2/3+2AP
L-size
1000
70*105*0.3 cm
UV-Print on 3mm Alu-Dibond
Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#1/3 +2 AP
L-size
850
60*90*0.3 cm
UV on 3mm Alu-Dibond/
Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#1/3+2AP
L-size
800
60*90*0.4 cm
Lambda C-Print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive
DP II Photopaper under
2mm Acrylglas on 2mm Alu-Dibond/
Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#1/3+2AP
L-size
800
60*90*0.4 cm
Lambda C-Print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive
DP II Photopaper under
2mm Acrylglas on 2mm Alu-Dibond/
Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#1/5+2AP
M-size
650
50*75*0.4 cm
Lambda C-Print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive
DP II Photopaper under
2mm Acrylglas on 2mm Alu-Dibond/
Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#1/5+2AP
M-size
650
50*75*0.4 cm
Lambda C-Print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive
DP II Photopaper under
2mm Acrylglas on 2mm Alu-Dibond/
Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#1/5+2AP
M-size
650
50*75*0.4 cm
Lambda C-Print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive
DP II Photopaper under
2mm Acrylglas on 2mm Alu-Dibond/
Ksenia Yurkova. Sculpture from the series Portfolio Performance, 2021
M-size
500
30*30*6 cm
#1 "Believing is seeing" from the series of 20 different artworks.
Technique: braille font cut-out on handmade paper.
Frame - painted solid wood + glass
Backside - colour pencil, stencil
Certificate - in an A5 envelope with a QR link to an exclusive video.
Ksenia Yurkova. Sculpture from the series Portfolio Performance, 2021
M-size
500
30*30*6 cm
#2 "Established buy Belief" from the series of 20 different artworks.
Technique: braille font cut-out on handmade paper.
Frame - painted solid wood + glass
Backside - colour pencil, stencil
Certificate - in an A5 envelope with a QR link to an exclusive video.
Ksenia Yurkova. Sculpture from the series Portfolio Performance, 2021
M-size
500
30*30*6 cm
#3 "Poor Man's Bread" from the series of 20 different artworks.
Technique: braille font cut-out on handmade paper.
Frame - painted solid wood + glass
Backside - colour pencil, stencil
Certificate - in an A5 envelope with a QR link to an exclusive video.
Ksenia Yurkova. Sculpture from the series Portfolio Performance, 2021
M-size
500
30*30*6 cm
#4 "Clutch a Straw" from the series of 20 different artworks.
Technique: braille font cut-out on handmade paper.
Frame - painted solid wood + glass
Backside - colour pencil, stencil
Certificate - in an A5 envelope with a QR link to an exclusive video.
Ksenia Yurkova. Sculpture from the series Portfolio Performance, 2021
M-size
500
30*30*6 cm
#5 "Trust Your Gut Extinct" from the series of 20 different artworks.
Technique: braille font cut-out on handmade paper.
Frame - painted solid wood + glass
Backside - colour pencil, stencil
Certificate - in an A5 envelope with a QR link to an exclusive video.
Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#2/5+2AP
S-size
300
20*30*0.4 cm
Lambda C-Print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive
DP II Photopaper under
2mm Acrylglas on 2mm Alu-Dibond/
Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#2/5 +2 AP
S-size
300
20*30*0.6 cm
Lambda C-Print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive
DP II Photopaper under
4mm Acryl glass on 2mm Alu-Dibond/
Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#2/5 +2 AP
S-size
250
20*30*0.4 cm
Lambda C-Print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive
DP II Photopaper under
2mm Acryl glass on 2mm Alu-Dibond/
Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#1/5 +2 AP
S-size
250
20*30*0.4 cm
Lambda C-Print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive
DP II Photopaper under
2mm Acryl glass on 2mm Alu-Dibond/
Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#2/5+2AP
S-size
200
25*38*0.3 cm
UV-Print on Acryl/
Ksenia Yurkova. Print from the series SS*SR, 2018
#1/5 +2 AP
S-size
200
15*22*0.4 cm
Lambda C-Print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive
DP II Photopaper under
2mm Acryl glass on 2mm Alu-Dibond/
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