Barbara Kapusta is concerned with verbal and non-verbal language and questions communication between persons and things. She works with photography, video and writes poetry.
The borders of our
My text and my language.
As a bridge.
My speaking (conversing).
Barbara Kapusta will be presenting works that are concerned with poetry, language, writing and speaking. Poetry here is understood as a stimulating practice, as communication, as fantasizing and hallucinating – speaking for and about something. “The poem is for ...“, write Danielle St. Amour and Evan Webber in their article about Barbara Kapusta’s work, A Poem for 22 Small Objects. Language, speaking and what is addressed are inevitably linked to each other.
Barbara Kapusta, Soft Rope, 2015, 3 min
Takahiko Iimura, White Calligraphy Re-read, 1967/2010, 12 min
Rosa Aiello, First Person Leaky, 2014, 4 min
Beatrice Gibson, The Tiger’s Mind, 2012, 23 min
Alison O’Daniel, The Plants Are Protected (CAPTIONED) – Scene 29 of The Tuba Thieves, 2013, 16 min
Laure Prouvost, Monolog, 2009, 9 min
Presented by Barbara Kapusta.
Barbara Kapusta lives in Vienna. Exhibitions (selection): Lesen/Literatur, Kunstraum Niederösterreich, Vienna (2015); Selbstauslöser, Museum der Moderne Salzburg (2014); To Become Whole (The Whole Issue), The Banff Centre (2014).