NMWA xChange: Lookout with Katharina Cibulka

By Editorial Team on January 9, 2023
Katharina Cibulka, SOLANGE #27 (installation view, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.), 2022; Mesh scaffolding net, tulle, and cable ties, 82 x 82 ft. (25 x 25 meters); © 2022 Katharina Cibulka; Photo by Kevin Allen
Talk: Tuesday, January 10 from 12pm to 12:45pm

NMWA xChange: Lookout with Katharina Cibulka
The National Museum of Women in the Arts’ (NMWA) bimonthly talk show connects viewers to the museum and special guests who consider topics relevant to our world and offer insight into collaborations that the museum fostering while the building is closed.

In this episode, artist Katharina Cibulka discusses her Lookout installation on the façade of NMWA’s building, as well as other iterations of her “SOLANGE” project. Cibulka works as an artist, filmmaker, and photographer and develops concepts for artistic processes. She is co-founder of the all-female band telenovela and the performance group peek a corner. Cibulka studied art and film at the Academy of Fine Art and School for Artistic Photography, both in Vienna, as well as the New York Film Academy. Her work has appeared in exhibitions and film festivals at venues including the Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast; Glucksman Gallery, Cork; Künstlerhaus, Vienna; Kunstverein, Bonn; Lidgett Gallery, Budapest; Museum of Applied Art, Belgrade; Neue Galerie, Innsbruck; Shedhalle, Zürich; and St. Claude Gallery, New Orleans. Her work was also featured in the 2006 St. Petersburg Biennale, Marmara University’s 2010 International Student Triennial in Istanbul, the inaugural Rabat Biennale for Contemporary Art in 2019, and the Vierzon Biennale in 2022.

Free. Registration required.