Exhibition rhiz Vienna

Heroes and Monsters @rhiz ViennaCurated by Peter Rantaša / Schallform Gallery I was invited by the Schallform Gallery to exhibit Heroes & Monsters at the rhiz Vienna.

Inscriptions

Aufzeichnungen aus dem Archiv (Inscriptions from the archive) is a drawing Robot that over the course of five month will engrave more than a thousand planks in the Auditorium at the University of Music in Vienna with sonograms of sounds that are generated and recorded by the sound installations located there. It was commissioned by „Rotting sounds“ and created in …

Exhibition Sehsaal

In his solo exhibition Heroes and Monsters, Hannes Köcher presents hybrid art, pictures made by man and machine. Physical simulations of threads that are exposed to complex force fields in virtual worlds are transferred to the real world by drawing machines. Man thinks, programs and underlines. The machine executes and draws. The current work deals with the transformation of portraits …

Wien Museum TakeOver

Live graffiti performance at the Wien Museum during the TakeOver Street Art & Skateboarding exhibition.

Heroes and Monsters

Physical simulations of threads are exposed to complex force fields in virtual worlds and transferred to the real world by drawing machines. Heroes and Monsters is an ongoing series of paintings on canvas or cardboard currently consisting of Hermes, the Dreamer, Batman, Ares, the Crashpilot, Stormtrooper, Stoidaea, with more to come. 100cm x 150cm, acrylic and ink on either corrugated …

Street Art Vienna

In the summer of 2016 i did a few medium sized murals in vienna.To be continued.

Robot Graffiti @ Werk

Streetart Performance at the Werk in Vienna.Thanks to Stizz for making it possible, thanks to Leo Schatzl for letting me draw on the sauna. ca 150cm x 200cm, ink and acrylics on Wood.

Exhibition Rembrandtstrasse

Group Exhibition with Georg Eckmayr in the second district in Vienna. Works on Paper and a version of the Installation The Bug.

Works on paper

Early works on Paper, based on physical simulations of threads falling into virtual landscapes – as developed for hills we climb, but now with topographies that are based on pictures of figures and portraits. Ink on paper, varying sizes.

Pavillon 21 Mini Opera Space

Visual design, programming and projection staging in cooperation with cat-x. (2010, Opera Munich, Pavillon 21, for Coop Himmelb(l)au) The architectural design of the inner space is enhanced and complimented by a mapped 5 projector setup developed by Hannes Köcher in collaboration with cat-x. The complex projection not only illuminates the inside of the pavilion but also sets the architecture vibrating through …