Christiane Peschek

The main focus in Christiane Peschek’s artistic research is based on an alienated human intimacy and virtual emotionality. Her works are interfaces between post-photography, post-internet, text and painting, between analog processes and digital/virtual transformation. She researches about the physical touch of body and screen, the emotional coding through an increase of virtualisation, as well as the exhaustion of intimacy and corporeality. Currently she holds the State scholarship for art and photography by the federal department of Austria. Her works have been internationally exhibited in a wide range of shows, such as lately at Triennale for photography Hamburg, Museum of Applied Arts Vienna, Musrara Jerusalem, Fotogalerie Wien and Salzburger Kunstverein.