Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz
Ausstellung im Fluss


Art brunch: 27.9., 11:00
Art snack: 9.10., 16:00

Schaumbad—Freies Atelierhaus Graz
Puchstraße 41, 8020 Graz 
partly  ♿

Tue–Sun 14:00–19:00

Free admission

Program coordinators: Alexandra Gschiel, Andrea Sadjak, Eva Ursprung


Supported by steirischer herbst ’20

Swimming with the crowd is going to be taboo for a long time to come, as social distancing becomes the new order of the day. Schaumbad—Freies Atelierhaus Graz has therefore divided its 200-square-meter exhibition space into a strict grid of 15 squares within which artists present their current works at an appropriate distance from others.

The exhibition Badeverbot deals with enforced restrictions and their effects. The exhibition space is thus likewise locked into a grid pattern. The squares are like windows in a facade, which can be opened by viewers to afford them a glimpse into the inner state of things.

The grid is fixed, but the contents are variable and can be exchanged at any time. This results in an exhibition that is constantly in flux, with a steady stream of changing works. Each new addition is documented photographically, and the photo then placed on a square of the correspondingly modified website.


Supported by steirischer herbst ’20