Clemens Stöttinger (AT) ///
quitch, Untere Donaulände 10, Linz ///
When international tenders, calls and applications are made or biographical information is translated into English, it is not uncommon to indicate the origin with the centre of one’s life and work – supplemented by the term „based“.
But what does it mean, this „Linzbased“?
qujOchÖ sets out to find it. At regular intervals, artists living and working in Linz are invited to a talk. Those will not only focus on the current work of the artists, their used methods, techniques and materials, or by whom they are influenced in their work, but also on the living and working environment that the city of Linz offers them.
What do you value most about Linz? What still keeps you in this city? How often have you thought of moving away forever? What influence does the Linz art and culture scene have on your own actions? What do you miss? Is there such a thing as a „Linz culture“? What does Linzbased mean to yourself? And in any case: What’s a Linz?
For the second edition of „Linzbased“ Anna Firak and Clemens Stöttinger are invited for a talk.
Anna Firak, lives and works in Linz
2011 Bachelor’s degree in architecture at the Erfurt University of Applied Sciences
currently Master of Architecture at the University of Art Linz
numerous drafts, submissions and projects in various cooperations, among others together with mia2, Franz Koppelstätter, Costanza Coletti & Elvira Kinzner or Judith Kinzl as Juanistas, in the context of bestoff, Architekturtage, symposium SUPERSTADT, in the afo architekturforum or at Kunst-am-Bau projects
Clemens Stöttinger, lives and works in Linz
currently studying Experimental Art at the University of Art Linz
plays solo as SINGENDER BRONCO and together with Dominik Leitner, Eva Teissl and Michael Schmid in the band POSTMAN, as well as curating and organizing projects like Crossing Urlaub — Urlaubsfilm Festival, Kassetten Klub or concert series Voyage Voyage