Sabine Bitter and Helmut Weber, Vienna and Vancouver-based artists, work on projects addressing cities, architecture, and the politics of representation and of space. Their series of photo- and video-works like University Paradox (2010), Plugged In/ Fenced Out(2008), and their projects for Differentiated Neighborhoods of New Belgrade (2007) engage with specific moments and logics of global-urban change as they take shape in neighborhoods, architecture, and everyday life. Shows in 2010 include “Critical Complicity” at Kunsthalle Exnergasse Wien, Vienna and “Learning from Vancouver” with Urban Subjects and Bik van der Pol, Western Front, Vancouver. Upcoming shows in 2011 include “We: Vancouver,” Vancouver Art Gallery; “Communitas, Die unrepräsentierbare Gemeinschaft,” Camera Austria, Graz; and “Where the World Was: Cities after Mega-events,” Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver.
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