The show in hoast displays a collaborative installation by Christoph Höschele and Leo Trotsenko that was developed and exhibited in Mala Gallery of Mystetskyi Arsenal in Kyiv in 2021.
Performance on video, 24 sec
One drone and one man with a rifle in a forest. Bang bang!
It’s all about connections
Video animation, Laptop, colored sticky tapes, pennant chain
In his work Christoph Höschele was influenced by virtual collaboration and distance communication like zoom or messenger services. In an engematic parkour of real and virtual pennants, fans and colored sticky tapes he dissects the space and leaves room for associations.
*1994, Ukraine. Studied the history and theory of art at the Lviv National Academy of Arts, Bachelor, 2016. In 2018, as an artist studied at a scholarship program on contemporary art, Kyiv Academy of Media Arts. Co-founder of the photo-initiative Periscope_ua, which since 2016 held one-day apartment exhibitions called “Trace”. Based on cooperation with photographers the initiative publishes the photo almanack “Alternative Archeology”. Through these publications, Periscope_ua explores Ukrainian cities through urban ethnography. In 2017 joined the self-organized artistic initiative DE NE DE, which explores urban transformations as a result of decommunization politics, and promotes a critical rethinking of the Soviet heritage. Studied in the curriculum of the Curatorial Platform of the PinchukArtCentre in Kyiv, 2018.
*1976 in Metz/F; Video- and Media Art, Art in public space; Lives and works in Lower Austria and Vienna. Studied Visual Media Design and Digital Arts at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna (Prof. Peter Weibel, Prof. Karel Dudesek, Prof. Tom Fürstner, Prof. Ruth Schnell). Erasmus Scholarship at the Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Tallinn / Estonia MA-Diploma in Visual Media Design.
Opening: November 25, 2022, 7—10 pm
On view: November 26—December 11, 2022
Opening hours: Saturdays, 12—4 pm and by appointment