For Artstripe No. 15 she attempts to watch herself working over her own shoulder while also offering a glimpse into the inner logic of her idea and form-finding process. She is helped in this by the fact that she also always photographically documents the stages of development of her sculptures and installations. For “Tropic Alliance” she broadens this focus with the result that it contains not only details from the real space of the atelier and fragments of her body but also images of the individual sculptures that are being created at that very moment at various stages of development. The result is a work of art that describes its own evolution.
Eva Chytilek studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, the University of Fine Arts Hamburg and the University of Applied Arts Vienna, where she is currently teaching.
The physical experience of space creates a central starting point for her artistic work, which primarily involves sculpture, drawing and photography.
This not only addresses but also triggers spatial experiences in the form of installations which directly appeal to the physical experience and the imagination of the public.
Her work is constantly on show in both solo and group exhibitions and the public realm.