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ALDO GIANNOTTI. Museum of Constructs. In Collaboration with Karin Pauer

Category: Exhibition 21. June 2024

Aldo Giannotti dedicates his art to spaces, built ones and social spaces, and uses drawing – mostly his drawings are invitations to act – to turn viewers into participants. When you combine these elements – art space, viewer, artwork – then his “exhibition” Museum of Constructs at the Bank Austria Kunstforum in Vienna is, in a sense, an effort to making this combination real. Over 19 days, the art space will be explored, artworks will be created, and everyone who is there will be invited to participate.

We at CastYourArt visited Aldo Giannotti in his studio before the “exhibition” and those who watch our film will learn what drawing means to Aldo Giannotti, how and why curator Lisa Ortner-Kreil is embracing this unusual situation, and why it is the choreographer Karin Pauer with whom Giannotti is artistically collaborating to realize this extraordinary artwork.

https://www.kunstforumwien.at/


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