Barbara Holub
artist, based in Vienna/ Austria; founded transparadiso (t) with Paul Rajakovics (architect and urbanist) in 1999, a collaborative practice in between architecture, art, urban design and urban intervention with a focus on „research through practice“ and the development of new tools for „direct urbanism“; Since 2003 member of the editorial board of dérive - magazine for urban research, Vienna. 2005-2007 member of the Public Arts Committee of Lower Austria. 2006-2007 president of the Secession, Vienna. 2007 Otto-Wagner-Prize for Urban Design (t). Research fellow at the Vienna University of Technology/ Faculty of Architecture/ Dept. of Art and Design for "Planning Unplanned_Questioning The Function and Functionality of Urban Interventions and Art in the Urban-Public Space".

Selected Recent Exhibitions/ Projects:
2010 "The Future of the Future", DOX, Prague; "On Urban Periphery", Vienna-Aspern, KÖR Public Art Vienna; "Curtain Show", Eastside Projects, Birmingham; "Urban Miracles", Remise Bludenz, Austria; 2009 „Uitzicht op!“, a public periscope for the Blue House, Amsterdam/Ijburg, permanent installation at Kunstfort Fijfhuizen, NL (t); „Cities of Desire“, Hongkong Arts Centre, Hongkong; "Attitude", Bitola, Macedonia; "Rencontres Internationales", Ca2m/ Reina Sofia, Madrid; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; 2008 "This is The Gallery and The Gallery is Many Things", Eastside Projects, Birmingham; „More Opportunities“, London Festival of Architecture/ Austrian Cultural Forum, London; 2007/08 „More Opportunities“, Plymouth Arts Centre; „Listen to the Quiet Voice“, Orientierungen, Regionale08, Styria/ Austria;

Barbara Holub's book "found, set, appropriated," (Verlag für moderne Kunst Nürnberg, 2010) includes the audio-walk for Kunstradio Ö1 "Die Blue Frog Society spaziert auf den Mond" as CD.

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