Michael Kutschbach

Michael Kutschbach is a South Australian based artist and educator whose work encompasses drawing, sculpture, installation, painting and video. His practice is material and process-based, resulting in aesthetic/haptic outcomes that play at the borders of abstraction. His is a playful search for forms that are new, unfixed and in a literal or suggestive state of flux.

Michael 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 the Adelaide Central School of Art (1999-2004, 2017-), the University of South Australia (2018-) and was Guest Professor at the UdK, Berlin (2011). 

Exhibitions include: Ff, Semjon Contemporary, Berlin (2017), SkulpturenPark Bei Wu, Germany (2017-19), Rohkunstbau XII, Brandengurg (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!, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (2010), flovien Ffollies, S/C, Art Bodensee, Austria (2015 & 19), Parkhaus Projects, Berlin (2012) 

Michael Kutschbach is represented by Semjon Contemporary, Berlin

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