Werner Schrödl – »Candela«, 2016


Werner Schrödl
»161 candela«

01 Wschroedl Candela

C-print mounted on 2 mm aludibond, framed with anti-reflective museum glass

Format: 60 × 90 cm (23.6 x 35.4 inches)

Edition of 10 + 3 AP

Signed and numbered by the artist. Includes Snooky Games, published at Verlag für Moderne Kunst. © BAI

1.500 Euro

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»161 candela«, 2016

Werner Schrödl's (*1971 in Attnang-Puchheim, Austria) photographic work has its beginning in the second half of the nineties. "The artist interprets photography as medium to challenge visual conventions, to manipulate and to shift our perspective on what we perceive as reality. The photo print is not a purely objective time window, that is frozen, but a constructed condition of what is possible. He allows moments of irritation, of mystery and the uncanny to enter imaginary pictorial spaces." Florian Steininger

BAI Bauträger Austria Immobilien have adopted one of Werner Schrödl's subjects titled 161 candela for its campaign Ideas require space. The edition shows a staged scene outside the City of Vienna and has been kindly provided by BAI.

03 Wschroedl Candela

Fotos: courtesy of BAI

Werner Schrödl website
BAI website

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