The Austrian artist Heinrich Dunst creates spatial interventions and performances to navigate the gap between what can be seen and what can be said, the untranslatability of one form into another, and the contextual nature of spatial presentations. His conceptual approach is rooted both in the Viennese scene of the 1980s and its characteristic ambition to extend abstract painting into the exhibition space, and in the work of artists like Marcel Broodthaers, who scrutinize the systems underlying the perception of words and images.
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