http://www.vernissage.television | “Hands have no tears to move. Studies from / without architecture” is the title of Austria’s contribution to this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale. Commissioned by Arno Ritter, the Austrian architect Wolfgang Tschappeller has created an exhibition that aims to shift the perception of buildings and concentrates on the people who stay in them. The installation, realized by Rens Veltman and Martin Perktorld, does not exhibit buildings, but digitally animated bodies that are projected onto the partitions of the Austrian pavilion.

Architect Wolfgang Tschappeller was born in Dölsach / East Tyrol in 1956. Subsequent education as a carpenter, Tschappeller researched at the College of Used Arts Vienna and at Cornell College, Ithaca, N.Y. Since 2012, he is head of the Department of Artwork and Architecture of the Vienna Academy of Fantastic Arts. Significant projects contain the European Cultural Middle in Aachen (Germany), and the Science Middle in Belgrade (Serbia).

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