HOW TO LIVE?Kiesler Lecture with Andrea ZittelFor the first time the American artist Andrea Zittel, laureate of the Austrian Frederick Kiesler Prize for Architecture and
the Arts 2012, will give a lecture to an Austrian audience on her comprehensive work. Her Social Sculptures cross
the boundaries between art, architecture, design and technology. Perhaps what inspires me most about Frederick Kiesler
is how his brain worked. He was interested in things like matter, interacting forces, human need, continuous motion and elastic
spaces. Hefelt that every object in the universe should be considered in relation to its environment, and he described this as an exchange
of interacting forces, which he called coreality and the science of relationships. (Andrea Zittel, New York 2012)Held in EnglishFree admission!
ANDREA ZITTEL: HOW TO LIVE?
Wed, 05.06.2013, 7.00 pm
MAK Lecture Hall
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