Rosa Rendl

“I am not who I was not.” Lonely Boys are performing as part of Sunset Kino at Salzburger Kunstverein, Jul 12

11 July 2017

The Lonely Boys will perform as part of Sunset Kino at the Salzburger Kunstverein on July 12.

Producing and performing music since 2010, the duo is Berlin-based Daphne Ahlers and Vienna-based Rosa Rendl. who recently released mini-EP and premiered ‘Out of Blood / Mercy of Love’ music video on aqnb. The performance is part of the aforementioned film and video programme, which runs from July 12 to August 23, and revolves around the theme “I am not who I was not.”

The event also runs in tandem with exhibition Floating Self, which opened May 6 and is running to July 16 and features work by Rendl, as well as Rabih Mroué and Amalia Ulman who will also be performing and presenting a screening on July 12.

Visit the Salzburger Kunstverein for details.**

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Desire and obsession in How far to open up? at Forum Stadtpark Feb 17

14 February 2017

The How far to open up? group exhibition is on at Graz’s Forum Stadtpark, opening February 17 and running to February 25. 

Organised by Florentine Muhry and Cathrin Mayer, the show features works by over 20 artists, including Gina Folly, Hanne LippardPhilipp Timischl, Michaela Schweighofer, Fabian LeitgebSamantha Bohatsch and Rosa Rendl, among others. The opening night will host performances by Alizee Lenox, Anna Barfuss, Barbara Kapusta and Battle-ax.

Accompanying the event is a text by Muhry who analyses the “longing, desire, obsession, and the projections resulting therefrom” that make up the basis of the exhibition. Looking at ephemerality, vulnerability and intimacy, the artists explore what it is to yearn, both physically, as an act of production, and mentally.

See the Forum Stadtpark website for details.**

Philipp Timischl, 2, (2016). Courtesy the artist and Vilma Gold


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Boil the Ocean (2016) exhibition photos

14 October 2016
Libby Rothfeld, 'Nest,' (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Bodega, New York.
Libby Rothfeld, ‘Nest,’ (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Bodega, New York.

The Boil the Ocean group exhibition was on at New York’s Bodega, running April 1 to May 8, 2016.

The show featured work by Rob Kulisek, Rosa Rendl, Libby Rothfeld and Amy Yao. Referencing Will Rogers (American cowboy, vaudeville performer, humorist, newspaper columnist, social commentator) in the press release, the works are positioned “in relation to the fundamental complexity of effective problem-solving within a globally interconnected life-force of nearly eight billion people and an increasingly complicated network of systemic problems and instability”.**

The Boil the Ocean group exhibition was on at New York’s Bodega, running from April 1 to May 8, 2016.

Header image: Amy Yao, ‘This City is Everywhere This City is Nowhere,’ (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Bodega, New York.

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