Im Fokus: Judy Radul
Laurenz Henkel in conversation with Hanna Rohn
Discussion online

25.9., 17:00

In German and/or English

Participation free of charge, limited number of participants

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As in the past two years, we would like to take a closer look at and discuss individual artworks with you while trying out different perspectives. Although we can’t offer tours to artworks at various locations in Graz this year, we do invite you to join us for lively conversations at the large shared table via Zoom.

Judy Radul’s Graz Mirror is an analog selfie filter for the age of COVID-19. It allows you to avoid self-portraits with masks, to transform boring backgrounds in unusual ways, and to reproduce some of that strange migrainous feeling that accompanies isolation.


Laurenz Henkel (1992, Salzburg, Austria) is an artist and art educator. He studied Expressive Arts in Social Transformation in Hamburg and is interested in the extension of aesthetic experience through its linguistic translation. He lives in Berlin.

Hanna Rohn (1987, Linz, Austria) is a sex educationist in the field of girls’ health at Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz and took part in steirischer herbst ’19 as a performance artist. She lives in Graz.