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Eduard Freudmann

Eduard Freudmann researches and intervenes in the intersections of art and politics, power relations and social contexts, history-politics and media mechanisms, strategies of exclusion and the commodification of knowledge. He studied fine arts in Vienna and Weimar and is a PhD candidate at the Academy of fine arts Vienna. He has been teaching there since 2007 at the Department for Conceptual Art Practices and participated in the education protests 2009 as a squatting teacher. He co-initiated ‘Platform History Politics,’ a collective of students, activists and teachers who critically reflect and publicly deal with the institution’s participation in colonialism, (Austro-fascism and Nazism). Freudmann works mostly with narrative formats or interventions in public space. His art has been presented internationally, among others at the Bucharest Biennial, Tirana Biennial, October Salon Belgrade, Bildmuseet Umea, MUMOK Vienna, NGBK Berlin, Kunstpavillon Innsbruck, Barbur Gallery Jerusalem and Shedhalle Zürich.

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