Pablo Chiereghin was born 1977 in Italy. He graduated in communication studies in Bologna and postgraduate in photography from Central St. Martin’s University of Arts in London. He has lived and worked in Vienna since 2008. He works with site-specific projects based on social and political dynamics. His actions, performances, and interventions take place in reality. His practice finds fertile ground where behaviours and rules cause entropy and discrepancies.
Pablo Chiereghin has appeared at, among other places, andata.ritorno Gallery in Geneva, CCC Strozzina in Florence, das weisse haus in Vienna, Galerie Laurence Bernard in Geneva, Kunst Haus Wien, Künstlerhaus in Vienna, Kunstraum Niederoesterreich in Vienna, Micamera Gallery in Milan, the National Archaeological Museum of Adria, and Trieste Contemporanea.
www.pablochiereghin.com

Daniel Hafner
was born 1979 in Austria. He lives and works in Vienna. His artistic practice includes various creative fields, ranging from visual art to performance and sound art. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, where he was involved in the Digital Media and Art in Public Space departments. During numerous years assisting in multimedia artists’ studios – in senior research and production roles – he became an expert in developing unique techniques integral to artist studio practices. Throughout Hafner’s artistic practice is the investigation of site-specific and life-science themes – luring participants into a subtle reflection of the variable possibilities of reality. Selected solo and group exhibitions include ACF Bratislava, Frederick Kiesler Foundation in Vienna, Kunsthaus Graz, and Kunsthalle Košice.
www.danielhafner.com

Anna Meyer
was born 1964 in Switzerland, she studied at Schule für Gestaltung in Lucerne and Zurich and has lived and worked in Vienna since 1986. Her realistic paintings deal with social and political topics mirrored in urban settings and with the digitalisation of society – Internet, smartphones, iPads, drones, Pokemoons, etc. – and its influence on our civilisation. Emotional and political relationships get transformed into paintings and models.
Anna Meyer is represented by Krobath Wien and has had exhibitions at, among other places, Arbeiterkammer Wien, Galerie Krobath Berlin | Wien, GfzK Leipzig, Kunstbunker in Nuremberg, Kunstverein Bonn, Kunstverein Graz, Kunstverein Salzburg, Kunstverein Schaffhausen, Ma
çka Modern Art Gallery in Istanbul, Museum Kartause Ittingen, Museum Morsbroich in Leverkusen, and Städtische Galerie Nordhorn as well as in the cities of Györ, Belgrade, and Tokyo. www.annameyer.at

Linus Riepler
was born 1984 in Austria. He lives and works in Vienna. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna in 2009. In his artistic practice, Linus Riepler creates scenes. Sometimes they become extensive interior installations; other times they appear as dioramas inside small display boxes. Storytelling is a big part of his work.
Linus Riepler is represented by Galerie Krinzinger in Vienna and has shown his works in several solo and group exhibitions, including 15. Biennale de la Mediterranée in Thessaloniki, Kunst Haus Wien, MUSA in Vienna, OÖ Kunstverein in Linz, and Sightfenster (with
Galerie Warhus Rittershaus) in Cologne. www.linusriepler.eu