Performances

 ART VISUALS &POETRY
work in progress 

Documentary  - History

 

ART VISUALS &POETRY III  in cooperation with  kopfsprung,  Remise Bludenz

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Fotocredit: © Magdalena Grasser

5th of November 2010
Kathrin Röggla reads parts of her novel "die alarmbereiten" (Fischer)
Visuals 4youreye

The performance was sold out (210 paying visitors)

 


ART VISUALS &POETRY II


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26 of May, LABfactory Wien
writers: Josef Kleindienst, Cornelia Travnicek, René Monet, Andi Pianka
Soundpoetry Joerg Zemmler
Visuals 4youreye
Directed and presented by Sigrun Höllrigl

 

ART VISUALS &POETRY I

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Literaturhaus Salzburg 15 of Januar 2010
writers: Judith Pfeifer, Sophie Reyer, René Monet, Cornelia Travnicek, Mieze Medusa
Visuals 4youreye
Directed and presented by Sigrun Höllrigl
Djing Fritz Ostermayer

 

Junne 2009 cooperation between Sigrun Höllrigl and the  Visualists  4youreye

 

ART VISUALS &POETRY O

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(c) Das Dorf

Sneak preview  2 th of  May  im Dorf, 1030 Vienna
Writers: Sigrun Höllrigl, Noah Nuber
Visuals Gerhard Leixl
concept Sigrun Höllrigl

preparation, project development , teambuilding

conzept ART VISUALS &POETRY Sigrun Höllrigl January 2009

Idea

The idea of visualizing literature live came up in spring  2008, Sigrun Höllrigl went to an exposition and presentation of the Austrian  artist Johannes Deutsch called Vision Mahler (visualization of the 2nd Symphony of Mahler)