1997: Gerda Lampalzer & Manfred Oppermann

For 1997 we invited the artist couple Gerda Lampalzer & Manfred Oppermann from Vienna. During their residency they created an in situ installation inspired by two optical experiments reported in the German science magazine: Spektrum der Wissenschaft. Taking photographs through an ice lens and measuring the visual disturbance inherent in binocular vision, the artists created film-strip narratives documenting their own pseudo-scientific research. Two strips of 35 mm slide film, each four meters long, were carefully mounted in specifically constructed iron and optical viewing apparatuses. Viewers "read" the stories from beginning to end with magnifying lenses mounted on sliding tracks.

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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
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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