2001: Doris Jauk-Hinz

DAILY GAME by Doris Jauk-Hinz is a photo-based installation of 23 images on banner paper displaying women in motion; women on their way to an unknown destination, coming from an unknown territory. Doris Jauk Hinz captured a moment of their physicial presence on streets in Durham, Toronto, Hanover and Owen Sound. The brief encounter between the artist and the passing women was captured and stored by the camera, witnessing the volatility of everyday life dynamics in the public: a daily game.

Jauk-Hinz created this work during her residency at United Media Arts in Durham.

2007 Patrick McMahon
2005 Alien Productions
2005 Claudia Klucaric
2004 Eva Wohlgemuth
2003 Renate Kordon
2003 Sara Hartland-Rowe
2002 Iris Andraschek and Hubert Lobnig
2001 Katherine Knight
2001 Doris Jauk-Hinz
2000 Gertrude Moser-Wagner
1999 Leo Schatzl
1998 Fuchs-Eckermann
1997 Gerda Lampalzer & Manfred Oppermann
1996 Anna Steininger
1996 Juha and Sami Van Ingen, Mikko Maasalo, Denise Ziegler
1995 Gundi Berghold
1994 PRINZGAU/podgorschek
1993 Andrea van der Straeten & Jochen Traar