PhD degree awarded in October 2017
Writing Performance—Research on Relations Between Texts and Performances
Lilo Nein’s research project investigates relations between text and performance from the perspective of visual art. Nein's artistic practice engages with performance as a collaboration based medium, serves as starting point and framework of the project.
Lilo Nein (1980, AT) is a visual artist. She works with and on performance and investigates its relation to texts and other media.
Artistic publications: Translate Yourself! A Performance Reader for Staging (2009), The Present Author. Who Speaks in Performance? (2011), If Analyses Could Be Poems … Works Between Text and Performance (2013).
Nein received the Start Stipend (2010) and State Stipend (2013) for Fine Arts by the Austrian Federal Chancellery and the Performance Award of Kunstraum Niederösterreich (2012). She was a guest lecturer at Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and Master Artistic Research at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague.
Nein’s works were shown at Austria Cultural Forum New York, Museum of Modern Art Salzburg, Künstlerhaus Wien, MA*GA Art Museum Gallarte Italy, MASS MoCA Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, Index The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Salzburger Kunstverein, Vienna Art Week. Performances for Tanzquartier Vienna, Kampnagel Hamburg, Bjcem Young Artists Biennale, MUSA Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y León.
The project Writing Performance by Lilo Nein deals with performance as a multi-medial translation process enabled by collaboration. It is part of Nein's long-term research about the function of writing and the use of translation within performative practices.
During her residency at SITUATE in Melbourne Lilo Nein exhibits her project that unpicks the notion of writing and translation in relation to performance.
Lilo Nein speaks at the conference ‘Überreste. Strategien des Bleibens in den darstellenden künsten.’ (Conference ‘Vestiges and Remnants, Strategies of Remaining in the Performing Arts’).
Lilo Nein realises a lecture performance in collaboration with the philosopher Peter Zeillinger and the choreographer, performer Lisa Hinterreithner.
Lilo Nein is part of this group exhibition at VBKÖ – Vereinigung bildender Künstlerinnen Österreichs.
Lilo Nein shows a video in the framework of Lilo Nein/F.O.
The event starts at 19.00.
Lilo Nein makes a performance in the framework of What is Left? curated by Walter Seidl and Gülsen Bal.
Lilo Nein contributes to We Write, Right? A Web-Journal with texts by artists.
At 19.00 Lilo Nein shows the video “self-portrait” at periscope.
Lilo Nein is part of the group exhibition “Self-timer Stories” at MUSAC – Museo de Arte Contemporeáneo de Castilla curated by Felicitas Thun-Hohenstein.
Lilo Nein shows the work "The Audience is Present – A Translation", at Galerie 5020. Opening April 29, 2015 at 7.00 p.m. After a transformation of the exhibition there is a second opening on June 3, 2015.
In the frame work of the exhibition series 'Park die Kunst' at Kulturdrogerie, Lilo Nein shows a performative installation entitled 'Time'.
Opening: 26 Augustus 2014 at 19.00
Lilo Nein participates in this group exhibition curated by Felicitas Thun-Hohenstein.
Lilo Nein exhibits works about the relation of the working process and forms of presentation. Opening: 30 May, Concert at 18.00 and 20.00.
Lilo Nein shows the exhibition "Die Räume zwischen Konzept und Realisierung" in the framework of "Artists in Residency".
Lilo Nein participates in the annual group exhibition at Salzburger Kunstverein, curated by Luise Reitstätter
Lilo Nein participates in Video Focus Mediterrana 16, curated by Alessandro Castiglioni
Lilo Nein is participates in a round table discussion at the festival "Choreographed Exhibition" by Mathieu Copeland
Lilo Nein is part of group exhibition S/He is the One.
New publication by Lilo Nein
Performance by Lilo Nein, with Elise Mory and Christian Selinger
PhDArts student Lilo Nein will show the performative installation "The Audience Is Present" during the Biennial of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean (BJCEM).
Performative videoscreening by Lilo Nein
Lilo Nein is special guest in the Salon "Das fantastische Dritte", hosted by Im_flieger, organised by Sabina Holzer, Brigitte Wilfing, Jack Hauser, Jorge Sánchez-Chiong.
Lilo Nein participates in this group exhibition during the 5th Art & Documentation Festival.