Thursday, August 02, 2018

Wednesday, April 11, 2018


This is the beginning of the new outfitpost blog series "studies".
The first study was made by Guy Mees (1935 - 2003), a leading figure of the art scene of the Belgium Avantgarde. His work "Niveauverschillen" ("Height differences") took place in the 60s with different people in different backgrounds, outside and inside, on those two Ytong bricks. He also took videos of the people standing and changing the places after a while. I love his very important and basic study series about hirarchy and relations. It was on show at Kunsthalle Wien, Guy Mees, "Das Wetter ist ruhig, kühl und mild"

Kormorane auf Donaubrückenpfeiler

Tuesday, April 10, 2018


Günther Brus "Das schlaue Füchslein", Kostümentwürfe und Farbfotografien, 1994, belvedere 21 "Günter Brus Unruhe nach dem Sturm" , 2.2.-12.8.2010
""The Cunning Little Vixen" is a fable-like opera by the Czech Composer Leos Janacek. One day the little vixen, who is growing up imprisoned by a forester, manages to escape and hide in a badger´s lair. In her newly found freedom the vixen soon makes the acquaintane of a fox, and together they start a family. But family happiness comes to an abrupt end when a cruel poacher shoots the vixen."

Friday, December 29, 2017


Kuchnia - Pierogi/Wodka - Central Congress - Wacholder tonic - Korallbar - Bier

Monday, January 09, 2017

Friday, November 04, 2016

The brown dog affair

Visiting the fine and smart exhibition „animal lovers“ on the topic of human-animal relationships in the nGbK (neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst) I first learned about the „brown dog affair“.

Between 1903 and 1910, anti-vivisectionists and feminists fought side by side for animal rights against medical students and the use of animals in experiments. The brown dog affair first arised because of the death of a brown Terrier in animal tests in front of medical students and made it up to the royal court of justice, accompanied by battles and street fights remebered as "the brown dog riots".
This brown dog is my animal of the day.
I do highly recommend to go see the exhibition and rethink your personal attitude torwards animal rights in general! 
 Picture taken at the exhibition "animal lovers"
Lizzy Lind-af-Hageby (1878-1963) and Leisa K. Schartau ( 1876-1962 ) knew eych other since they were children. After a visit of the "Institute Pasteur Paris", a center for animal testing around 1900, they founded the "Anti-Vivisection Society of Sweden" in 1902. Lind-af-Hageby was Cofounder of the "Animal Defence and Anti-Vivisection Society" in 1906 and led an animal sanctuary togther with the Duchess of Hamilton. She was as well active in the "Womens´s Freedom League" and the "London Vegetarian Society". As a feminist she thematized the close connection between political claims of feminists and animal rights activists.

Wednesday, August 10, 2016


Louisiana Museum of Modern Art:
"I Need a Pause to choose What Path to Take" involves (...) an authentic emotion in an artist who is struggling both with her self-image and with society´s image of woman."