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SATURDAY FEB 28, 07:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Exhibition | February 28 - March 29th, 2015

The installation by Gregor Neuerer made specifically for Cathouse FUNeral is comprised of four large-scale, painted canvases. The work draws on selected photographic representation of the color Green in contemporary western culture and invokes the process of iconographic interplay between nature, body, and health (such as used in the health  industry) reproduced in artificial visual environments in the public space (seen in billboards, advertisements).

Various Tones speaks about the color of Green both as an instrument of representation and manipulation. Blending the archaic idea of the garden with the representation of landscape and commercial color research, the work speaks about "here" and "there," as well as experience and projection.

The installation creates a multifarious experience drawing on layered and sometime contradictory associations.  It creates a discourse on how color is used to influence both feelings and perception in everyday life through the cultural of understanding of color based on accrued historical and experiential levels.


Gregor Neuerer born in 1970, lives in Vienna. He studied at the Hochschule für Angewandte Kunst Wien.  Recent solo exhibitions of his work include Bilder für ein Büro (as part of Viennafair, Vienna, 2013); Villa (Soap Room, Innsbruck, 2013); Left but a Trace (Cornerhouse, Manchester, 2008).  He currently works on a public art project in the context of the renovation a the Jewish cemetary (Ybbs, Austria) as well as on the project Glas, (produced by the public art fund, Innsbruck, 2015).  His work was also exhibited at Making of (Secession, Vienna, 2014); Arcadian Boxes, Hanappe Siakos Gallery (Athens, 2012); Biografie der Bilder (Camera Austria, Graz, 2012); Curated by_vienna, (Galerie Raum mit Licht, Vienna, 2012); Neither From, Nor Towards... (Art Pavillion, Zagreb, 2010); The house is on fire but the party must go on (Kunstraum Innsbruck, 2010), as well as at Richard Salmon Gallery (London), Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac (Salzburg) and Galerie Martin Janda (Vienna).  He is also the editor of Untitled (Experience of Place), Koenig Books London 2003 in which he collaborated with artists and writers such as Michael Ashkin, Matthew Buckingham and Lisa Roberts.

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