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Hermeneutic Wallpapers
Wallpaper as an artistic-scientific installation in exhibition spaces
Herbert Lachmayer and Margit Nobis (2008-2011)


Exhibition
GUSTAV MAHLER – Productive Decadence in 1900 Vienna
Curator: Herbert Lachmayer. Österreichisches Kulturforum Berlin
2011

 
Wallpaper design by Herbert Lachmayer and Margit Nobis for the exhibition GUSTAV MAHLER – Productive Decadence in 1900 Vienna in the Österreichisches Kulturforum Berlin
Exhibition view with 'Hermeneutic Wallpapers' (Lachmayer/Nobis). Carpet by Josef Hoffmann (1912). Painting (on the right) by Jenny Feldmann
 
 
Exhibition opening in the embassy, April 2011
 
 
 

 

 

Exhibition credits GUSTAV MAHLER – Produktive Dekadenz in Wien um 1900, Österreichisches Kulturforum Berlin, 14. April–13. May 2011: Curator: Herbert Lachmayer. Vice-Curator: Teresa Hrdlicka. Scientific concept advice: Daniel Brandenburg. Team: Margit Nobis, Alexander Salzmann, Kai Matthiesen, Daniel Dobler, Silke Pfeifer, Julia Knollmayr, Barbara Mungenast, Klemens Pilsl, Torsten Haubold, Juliane Fuchs, Nepomuk Purkhart. Hermeneutic Wallpapers: Herbert Lachmayer and Margit Nobis. Institutions/Thanks to: Österreichisches Kulturforum Berlin, University of Art and Design Linz, DA PONTE Research Center, FWF Wissenschaftsfonds - PEEK, Bauhaus University Weimar, Vorwerk Teppich GmbH, cHc Wirtschaftsberatungs GmbH, WienKultur Wissenschaftsabteilung

Photos: © Thomas Müller (2,3,7), © Markus Wendling (4,5), © Margit Nobis (6)

 
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