The assumption that the world around me has a fixed measure is broken constantly. I am wrapped up in a recurring transformation process of creation, organization of the created, and the destruction of it. This process takes place not only around me but also in myself. How can I then form an idea of the world and of myself if I do not also depict the gaps, the questions, and the change? With my room-filling multimedia installation, I try to find a possible form of representation for this state.
Felix Helmut Wagner is a visual artist (Mag. Art.), civil engineer (B.Eng.) and performer, born in Erlangen (Germany) and living in Vienna. His work mixes principles of scientific modelling with narrative methods of theater. Wagner’s work has been featured in solo and group shows in Germany, Austria, and the USA. Among others, at PARALLEL art fair in Vienna, Spring/Break Art Show in Los Angeles, Untitled Art Fair in Miami, Gallery Krinzinger/ Krinzinger Schottenfeld in Vienna, Kunstverein DG-Kunstraum in Munich, City Gallery of Kunstverein Wolfsburg (Germany) and at the Austrian Sculpture Park in Graz. Felix Helmut Wagner studied Civil Engineering at the Nuremberg Institute of Technology (Germany), Fine Art at the Braunschweig University of Art (Germany) and Transmedia Arts at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. In 2021, he graduated with distinction from Prof. Brigitte Kowanz and received the Austrian Recognition Award for the best graduate from the University of Applied Arts. Since 2022, he has been a coach for students at the Angewandte Performance Laboratory (APL) in Vienna.
Opening June 2, 6pm in the framework of the Independent Space Index Festival 2023
Opening times during the festival: Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th, 2—6 pm
On view: June 03—18, 2023