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Dan Vogt in Reel It In, Rule It Out (2021). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist.
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Klemens Waldhuber, ZOG (2021). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist.
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Reel It In, Rule It Out (2021). Exhibition view. Image courtesy the artists.
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Rebecca Rothenborg, Saved You the Best Seats (2021). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist.
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Reel It In, Rule It Out (2021). Exhibition view. Image courtesy the artists.
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Franziska Frings, Alpha Iyrae (2021). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist.
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Reel It In, Rule It Out (2021). Exhibition view. Image courtesy the artists.
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Yein Lee, Sprouting in veins and flesh (2021). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist.
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Irina Lotarevich, Housing Anxiety 2 (2021). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist.
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Reel It In, Rule It Out (2021). Exhibition view. Image courtesy the artists.
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Irina Lotarevich, Overtime III - Triple Slide (2021). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist.
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Harry E Walker, 1. Plans of Relief Tree, 2. Plans of Relief Pool (2021). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist.
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Harry E Walker, Third Side of the Moon (2021). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist.
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Laurence Sturla in Reel It In, Rule It Out (2021). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist.
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Klemens Waldhuber, o.T (2021). Installation view. Image courtesy the artist.

Odd geometries, alien forms & playful interventions with the Reel It In, Rule It Out group exhibition

, 13 December 2021
Reel It In, Rule It Out (2021). Exhibition view. Image courtesy the artists.

Reel It In, Rule It Out, a group exhibition at Untere Augartenstraße 26, Vienna, runs November 14 to December 17.

Featuring Irina Lotarevich, Dan Vogt among others, the show’s sculptures and paintings create a playful intervention to the space’s architecture and form. From the alien forms of Yein Lee, to the odd geometries and humour of Rebecca Rothenborg, the exhibition’s works appear interwoven in the parquetry floors and decorative panels of the gallery.

The Reel It In, Rule It Out group exhibition is on at Untere Augartenstraße 26, Vienna, running November 14 to December 17, 2021.

Willem Feltzer & Rik Laging, ‘Lyves II’ (2023). Courtesy the artists + PLAZA.

Friday

REIF shares video from Eventide at Julia Stoschek Foundation by artists Fa’ Pawaka & LABOUR

Monday

PHILTH HAUS & Chelsea’s “PROSXL (Radio Edit)” probes taxonomies of queer identity in a brutal collision of consumptive joy

aqnb, 10 January 2023

Dread, mourning & alienation in Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine’s ‘MIASMA’ neo-noir A/V performance

9 January 2023

SEBA debuts EP with the tenacious electro-clash & up-tempo pop of ‘TRACE’

aqnb, 22 November 2022

Complex structures & cosmic phenomena in the light sculptures & video mapping of Kévin Bray at Trauma Bar und Kino

7 November 2022

A walk through time: reflecting on ecology & action during Sonic Acts biennial exhibition, one sun after another

Matt Dell, 31 October 2022

Moro La Flor updates alias & debuts surf rock-reggaeton record via NAAFI following hiatus with the video for ‘Golpe De Ola’

21 October 2022

Extractive Commodities: Maryam Monalisa Gharavi & Sam Lavigne discuss Oil News 1989-2020 & OBIT for Sonic Acts 2022 Biennial exhibition

Matt Dell, 19 October 2022

Ecology & temporality: a look ahead at Sonic Acts’ 2022 Biennial exhibition, one sun after another

28 September 2022

IRL euphoria for the terminally online: Namasenda talks live shows & staying independent as a pop artist before Balance / Club Culture Festival

20 September 2022

Ritual, ceremony & organised chaos: talking collective consciousness & technology with Paraadiso’s TSVI and Seven Orbits ahead of Lunchmeat Festival 2022

15 September 2022

Muyeong Kim’s distortion of machinic memory, linear temporalities, & darkness is a soliloquy of the obverse in reverse

diana, 14 September 2022

Billy Bultheel & Alexander Iezzi announce new alias & debut album with the disorderly & physically-dissociating video for ‘Fireworks’

9 September 2022

Disobedient bodies, femininity & technological mediation in the mixed media work of Arvida Byström

5 September 2022