29 February 2020
It is 20 years since Accenture opened its Vienna office in the former stock exchange building on Vienna’s Ringstraße – and since the presentation of the first interpretation of the Artstripe. Then, the office had around 150 employees: Today, there are around 700, who work in a series of settings throughout the building. The challenge of offering them a working environment that is both intellectually and atmospherically challenging while also making a valid artistic statement is met by the new Artstripe, no. 18, by Charlotte Klobassa with the same vigour as its 17 predecessors. At the same time, however, it naturally also represents an unprecedented, autonomous solution.
14 June 2019
The acronym “EVVA” stands for “Erfindungs-Versuchs-Verwertungs-Anstalt” (the invention, experimentation and evaluation institute) as well as for one of the leading international manufacturers of all forms of keys and security systems. On almost exactly the centenary of the establishment of EVVA its headquarters in Vienna hosted the opening of an anniversary exhibition that addresses not only the past but also, in particular, the present and the future of the company.
10 January 2019
Unter dem Motto „Innsbrucks größtes Wohnzimmer“ bezog im November 2018 die Stadtbibliothek Innsbruck ihre neuen Räumlichkeiten in der Amraserstraße. Auf Basis der Marke Innsbruck entwickelten Liquid Frontiers gemeinsam mit Vandasye den visuellen Auftritt für sämtliche analogen und digitalen Medien.
20 October 2018
Als Spezialist für Rahmenhandwerk ist der Name Smolka seit über 100 Jahren ein Begriff im internationalen Kunsthandel. Seit 2013 präsentiert die Galeristin Elisabeth Melichar am Standort des Familienbetriebes zusätzlich ein eigenständiges Ausstellungsprogramm österreichischer Gegenwartskunst, für das Liquid Frontiers gemeinsam mit Vandasye das aktuelle Corporate Design gestaltet.
12 September 2018
On the occassion of the exhibition “Alphabet of Life – Nature’s Learning Lab“ in the Wekrraumhouse Andelsbuch Liquid Frontiers together with cinematographer Daniel Hager have produced a video in which the curators Elisabeth Kopf and Regina Rowland as well as exhibition designer Claus Schnetzer talk about what we can learn from nature in order how we can learn from nature in order to produce and manage life in a resource-efficient and sustainable way. On display: June 23 – October 6, 2018