Karin Ferrari (* 1982) uses images from pop and everyday culture to investigate the present. Her artistic research focuses on narratives at the threshold of academic theory, paranoid political imagination and esoteric utopias. Her artistic work is inspired by an Internet subculture that tries to understand what‘s really going on. Lives and works in Paris, Vienna and Rum in Tyrol.
- The Value of Freedom, 21er Haus – Museum for Contemporary Art, Vienna, Austria (2018-2019);
- RLB Art Award Exhibition, Kunstbrücke, Innsbruck, Austria (2018);
- Kunstraum Niederösterreich, Vienna, Austria (2018);
- Cité des Arts, Paris, France (2017);
- Galerie Jünger, Vienna, Austria (2017);
- Antarctica Biennale, Antarctica (2017);
- Postinternet.Art, The Wrong Biennale, Digital Art Biennale (2017);
- SCCA – Center for Contemporary Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia, (2017);
- V Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, Russia (2016);
- 21er Haus – Museum für zeitgenössische Kunst / Blickle Kino, Vienna, Austria (2016);
- Royal Military Museum Brussels, Belgium (2016).
Selected prizes, scholarships and residencies:
- RLB Art Award, main prize, Austria (2018);
- Chancellery of the Republic of Austria, Artist in Residence Yogyakarta, Indonesia (2018);
- Residency Cité des Arts Internationale Paris, France (2017-18);
- Art Omi International Artists Residency, Ghent, New York, USA (2018);
- Pixel, Bytes & Film – ORF III Artist in Residence, Vienna, Austria (2016).