Lisl Ponger’s art has long explored the constructed nature of (cultural) identity, our—often stereotypical—ideas about and images of the “Other,” and the associated questions of visual representation.
In the Secession’s main hall, Ponger will now be realizing a project she has wanted to do for a long time: the Museum für fremde und vertraute Kulturen (Museum for Foreign and Familiar Cultures); in short, MuKul.
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