Introducing myself

How to start? I guess the best way is by introducing yourself. Who am I? Why do I do what I do? Why take the path of being an artist?I think all answers are strewn about the path of my life. A very extraordinary one,...

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First life : 1980 – 1994

I was born on July 17th 1980 in Bad Aussee, Austria. I would love to attach cheesy attributes to that, like "on a hot July morning" or "after a heavy summer rain", but how should I know, what weather it was back then, so let’s...

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Second life: 1995 – 2001

At the insistence of Gerda Gugganig, the class teacher in my secondary school, who recognized my talent, I visited the artistic branch, department of sculpture of the HTBLA Ortwein school in Graz. She and my mother were the driving forces in preparing my departure away...

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Third life: 2001 – 2006

After my education at school and a short dive into psychology studies - which I lost any devotion for after only two semesters owing to the unexpected amount of statistics and mathematics - I began to do casual work. Since I could not decide what...

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Fourth life: 2007 – 2013

  As soon as the decision had been made, I won a design-competition of the company Atomic. My artwork soon adorned a snowboard and I suddenly had contact to their design team, which wanted to see more of my works – well, I thought to myself,...

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Fifth Life: 2013 – 2015

I changed jobs from Ikea to the company H&M. I worked as a decorator in both companies, so I could at least be a little bit creative. When father died as a result of his illness, as tragic and crazy that may sound, I felt...

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Sixth Life: 2015 – 2017

With each work the formats became larger, the technique more precise and the expression grew stronger. Life pictured my path to me and I danced on it now. When I painted the picture "Thus spoke the soul - Nevermore!" I felt, that it was once...

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Seventh Life: 2019 –

At the beginning of the year, I quit my job as a waitress and travelled to Australia for visiting my mother, finding my lost inspiration again and solving the creative blockage that had taken hold on me. It was a very wholesome time, where I...

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