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Floating Self: Rabih Mroué, Rosa Rendl, Amalia Ulman

This exhibition examines notions of subjectivity and selfhood as generated in various mediated forms today. Each of the three artists takes critical, often provocative positions regarding these notions. Rabih Mroué explores legacies of war and their impact upon the body, psyche, and imagination. Amalia Ulman develops online personalities through social media as an ongoing performance. Rosa Rendl stages images of selfhood with a knowing nod towards fashion photography and consumerism. This exhibition also merges with an outdoor summer film & video program entitled Sunset Cinema, commencing in July.


Image: Rosa Rendl, Nails, 2017.
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Rosa Rendl, Nails, 2017.



Since 2015 the art collective “disposed” have brought a nomadic, creative spirit to the arts scene in Salzburg. The [kabinet] space will be their studio, office, performance and gallery space combined, with a changing series of projects.

30 May - 4 June 2017
Thilo Droste
Geh mir aus der Sonne!

6 - 11 June 2017
The Android Collective
The Polaroid Androids

13 - 18 June 2017
Lisa Hinterreithner

20 - 25 June 2017
Gregor Eistert
Gardens Watered by Running Streams


1 Picture in CaféCult

Editions of the Salzburger Kunstverein

As part of the exhibition series in Café Cult #79 the Salzburger Kunstverein is showing a selection of his editions.


Ring Gallery

Nevin Aladağ. Five Stones Game

Based in Berlin, Nevin Aladağ uses everyday objects and situations as a starting point for her artworks, in which she deals with cultural and political codes, as well as their origins and histories.

For 2017, Aladağ was invited to do a year-long exhibition in the Ringgalerie. The artist made a full installation in all four corridors, the first one in the space rather than on its walls.


Image: Nevin Aladağ, Five Stones Game, 2012 / 2009, 38 C-prints, 40 x 30 cm, played by Pakize Aladağ
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Nevin Aladağ, Five Stones Game, 2012 / 2009, 38 C-prints, 40 x 30 cm, played by Pakize Aladağ