Michael Kutschbach ArtSpeak

Hear from the internationally renowned Michael Kutschbach on Thursday 28 September

Thursday 28 September | 12.40pm - 1.20pm
Lecture Room, Level 2

Michael Kutschbach, (b. 1975 Melbourne), is an artist and former Adelaide Central School of Art lecturer who has been living and working in Berlin for the past 12 years. From 1998- 2004 he was based in Adelaide, first as an Artist in Residence at the School, then as a lecturer in multiple disciplines.

His work encompasses drawing, sculpture, painting, installation and video. His practice is largely material and process based, resulting in aesthetic/haptic outcomes that play at the borders of abstraction.

Kutschbach studied painting at the Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne (1993-96), completed a Masters (Visual Art) at the South Australian School of Art (2002-2004), and a Masters (Fine Art) at the Chelsea College of Art and Design, London (2006). He has been a lecturer at Adelaide Central School of Art (1999-2004) and was Guest Professor at the UdK, Berlin (2011).

Exhibitions include: Ff, Semjon Contemporary, Berlin (2017), Rohkunstbau XII (Kinderszenen) (2005), Video Invitational #3 (video in tutti i sensi), ViaFarini, Milan (2006), go you little dynamo, go, Adelaide Festival of the Arts (2008), Generation II - abstrakt konstruktiv gegenstandslos, Kunsthalle Brennabor (2010), Manxome foe, Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide (2010), Callooh! Callay!, K├╝nstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (2010), flovien Ffollies, S/C, Art Bodensee, Austria (2015), Parkhaus Projects, Berlin (2012).



Michael is hosting the Form Follows Fiction Masterclass at the School from 14 - 15 October.

image: Michael Kutschbach, go you little dynamo, go!, (2007-2008), Photo sourced from abc.net.au