Guilherme Maggessi, B.A.
born in Rio de Janeiro (BR)
currently lives and works in Vienna (AT)

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Hello. My name is Guilherme Maggessi. I am an artist, designer, and researcher living and working in Vienna (AT).
I am one half of Maggessi/Morusiewicz.

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Current & Upcoming

20.04-20.05.2022
In the Meantime of a Wormhole feat. Seth Weiner/Sadie Siegel
VBKÖ
Exhibition

Projects

(M/M) as Maggessi/Morusiewicz • (G/S) with Stefanie Hintersteiner • (G) solo project

(M/M7)
The Sediments of a Space
2022
Installation
(M/M6)
In the Meantime of a Wormhole
2022
Exhibition
(M/M5)
Wormhole Stories #3: Flash/Dim
2022
Performance
(G3)
Dance for the future
2022
Stage Design
(M/M4)
Wormhole Stories #2: To Mean Time
2022
Performance
(M/M3)
Wormhole Stories #1: Duration Trouble
2021
Exhibition

exhibited at
Kunstraum Lakeside, Klagenfurt (AT)

curated by
Franz Thalmair & Gudrun Ratzinger

List of Works
Thinking is Nomadic, video, 23' (projected on glass window)
TIRA BOTA, video performance, 3-channel video installation, 3'
TIRA BOTA, live performance, 2 channel audio, hand-sewn T-Shirt (dimensions may vary)
Maks, video, 23'

read more about it at
Kunstraum Lakeside's Website

photos by
Johannes Puch

(M/M2)
dot, pause, dot, dot
2021
Performance

performed at
THE NEW NORMAL, Volkstheater, Vienna (AT)

curated by
Matthias Seier

read more about it at
Der Standard, "The New Normal": Volkstheater widmet neuer Normalität ein Festival

(M/M1)
The Poiesis of Composting
2021-2022
Exhibition

exhibited at
Exhibit Eschenbachgasse, Vienna (AT)

with contributions by
Abiona Esther Ojo, Danielle Pamp, Gleb Amankulov, Laura Sperl, Mzamo Nondlwana, Selina Shirin Stritzel, Tabea Marschall & Jonas Maria Droste, and Valerie Ludwig.

with texts by
Miriam Stoney, edited and partly translated by Simon Nagy.

and a program featuring
a performative reading by Kollektiv Sprachwechsel, a screening with films by Anna Spanlang, Lydia Nsiah, Masha Godovanaya, and Rebecca Jane Arthur, and a roundtable with Denise Palmieri, Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair, Justina Spirokaite, and Lisa Jäger.

special thanks to
Stephanie Damianitsch, Lena Heneis, and Justin Jun Wooyoung.

supported by
The Academy of Fine Arts Vienna's "Research-based exhibition" stipend.

photo credits
© Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, photos by: Manuel Carreon Lopez
© ESEL.at

(G2)
Fielding Studies #2
2020-ongoing
Installation

exhibited at
PARCOURS, magdas hotel, Vienna (AT), December 2020.

stitched in the company of
Theresa Horlacher, Mahsima Kalweit, Rafal Morusiewicz, Selina Shirin Stritzel, and future companies to come.

(G/S1)
Untitled
2020
Installation

exhibited at
Question me & Answer, The Dessous, Vienna (AT), September 2020.

in collaboration with
Stefanie Hintersteiner.

curated by
Elisabeth Spouse (Improper Walls).

photos by
Zoe Pratko.

(G1)
Fielding Studies #1
2019
Video

exhibited at
To Work the Room, Rundgang 2020, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna (AT).

Writing & Publications

(W1)
“Fields are, of course, made”: Notes on Decomposing Violence in Representation
2021
Article

published in
Big Critical Energy, eds. Leonie Huber, Valerie Ludwig, and Andrea Zabric (Vienna: Schlebrügge.Editor), 143–149.

this article was edited by
Miriam Stoney

the publication was designed by
Soju Studio

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