About

qujOchÖ operates at the interfaces of art, politics, society and science.
qujOchÖ is diverse, heterogeneous, untaggable and completely undisciplined.
qujOchÖ works with all and nothing, shows, builds, installs, intervenes, discusses, connects, rants and raves.
qujOchÖ makes everything out of conviction and love.
qujOchÖ (* 2001 in Linz, Austria)

qujOchÖ, collective:
Laurien Bachmann
Clemens Bauder
Davide Bevilacqua
Costanza Brandizzi
Jakob Dietrich
Eva Maria Dreisiebner
Verena* Henetmayr
Luzi Katamay
Sun Li Lian Obwegeser
Thomas Philipp
Andreas Reichl
Andre Zogholy

qujOchÖ, former:
Katharina Kaudelka (2000), Peter Wagenhuber (2000), Günther Ziehlinger (2000), Jörg Lehner (2000 – 2003), Pamela Ripota (2000 – 2003), Katrin Lasthofer (2000), Andreas Mayrhofer (2000), Stefan Gartner (2002 – 2003), Markus Decker (2002 – 2003), Markus Tumeltshammer (2003), Eva-Maria Klingovsky (2003), Wolfgang Schmiedbauer (2003 – 2008), Magnus Hofmüller (2004 – 2008), Martin Pammer (2005), Martin Böhm (2005 – 2009), Lydia Thanner (2005 – 2009), Doris Prlic (2006 – 2010), Andreas Kurz (2007 – 2009), Johannes Dichtinger (2007 – 2009), Lucas Norer (2008 – 2010), Nina Wenhart (2008), Marco Stummer (2008), Theresa Luise Gindlstrasser (2012 – 2013), Theresa Schubert (2011 – 2014)

qujOchÖ, located:
Since August 2004 together with allied artists and creatives at Untere Donaulände 10 in Linz/Austria, in a combination of laboratory, working place and atelier named “quitch” (syn. couchgrass). Current users: Martin Bruner (Sombrero Design), Stefan Eibelwimmer (SEGE), Christine Eder (Christine Eder) and Günther Kolar (leit-werk). Former users: Dieter Strauch, Evi Bauer, Michaela Grininger, Christof Huemer, Andrea Mayr, Pippa Buchanan, Franziska Parschau, Stefan Schilcher, Christine Pilsl, Ingo Randolf, Nina Fuchs, Marlies Stöger, Roswitha Kröll, Sibylle Ettengruber, Anna Fiala, Gerald Priewasser, Alex Barth, Evi Garsleitner, ZACH Records and Duygu Uzun.

“The rhizome includes the best and the worst: potato and couchgrass, or the weed.  Animal and plant, couchgrass is crabgrass.” (Deleuze/Guattari 1977, S. 11).