Karin Fisslthaler | Deconstructing and rearranging

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October 10, 2021
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Karin Fisslthaler

Who is Karin Fisslthaler?

Karin Fisslthaler (*1981 in Oberndorf near Salzburg, AT) is a contemporary artist who studied Experimental Design in the department of Fine Arts at the University of Arts in Linz. 

Karin is a multitalented artist. She creates visual art, makes films, and is also a musician known as Cherry Sunkist.

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Creatures on its own I | Karin Fisslthaler | 2015 | Represented and provided by Gallery Raum mit Licht | Cut-out collage, Fine art print, Museum board | 31cm x 39cm | Edition 3/5

Her work questions the media representation of the body and body language, their repercussions on their own, and as collective constructions of identity. 

She currently lives in Vienna.

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Women (Nico) | Karin Fisslthaler | 2020 | Represented and provided by Gallery Raum mit Licht| Fine art print, laid on paper | Edition 1/20 sold | Edition 2/20 available 19cm x 19cm

Many of her videos, works on papers and installations stem from her response to the way the media portrays the human body and how that affects notions of identity and communication. 

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Trap IV | Karin Fisslthaler | 2020 | Represented and provided by Gallery Raum mit Licht | Cut-out collage from photo book pages | Edition 1 + 1 AP | 32cm x 27cm x 0.5cm

Found material is the primary source, which she collects, deconstructs and rearranges, often by means of cutting the material, whether it is audio, film material, books or photographs.

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Nico De/reconstructed I | Karin Fisslthaler | 2020| Represented and provided by Gallery Raum mit Licht | Collage on paper, photocopies | 29.7cm x 42cm | Artwork is not framed | Edition 3+1 AP

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