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Philipp Timischl & Sarah Ortmeyer


Private View: 2nd April, 6-9PM

Sarah Ortmeyer is showing an environment made from a series of life-size portraits. Drawing from the universal appeal of David Beckham Panini Stickers, the series meditates the archaic fields of collecting, portraiture, and repetition. 

Philipp Timischl is showing printed fabric banners taken from his latest exhibition at Künstlerhaus Graz. The banners, which are normally suspended from the ceiling, now create a series that deals with privacy, intimacy and repetition. 

Arranged for the occasion of MEDITATION UNITED, the pieces in the exhibition no longer function as autonomous objects:

Why Should I Bother?

What Meditation Isn't

What Meditation Is


The Practice What To Do With Your Mind

Structuring Your Meditation,

Dealing With Problems

Dealing With Distractions, I

Dealing with Distractions, II

Mindfulness - Sati

Mindfulness Versus Concentration

Meditation in Everyday Life

What's in It for You

Philipp Timschl graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in VIenna, Sarah Ortmeyer graduated at Städelschule, Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Frankfurt am Main. They both live and work in Vienna, Austria. Their work has been exhibited independently at institutions worldwide most recently at Halle für Kunst (Lüneburg); De Hallen Haarlem (Haarlem); Künstlerhaus (Graz); Palais de Tokyo (Paris); Museum of Modern Art (Warsaw); Kunsthalle (Wien); MAK Center (Los Angeles); KW Institute for Contemporary Art and S.M.A.K. Stedelijk Museum boor Actuele Kunst (Gent).

Kindly Supported by Austrian Cultural Forum 

Curated by Jack O'Brien