Jasmin Schaitl

Jasmin Schaitl is an artist and performer with a visual arts background. She graduated in 2012 from the University of Applied Arts, Vienna. Since 2011 she works internationally, as solo-performer, visual artist, artistic director of group performances, leads workshops and interdisciplinary projects, curates and teaches. In 2014 she received the STARTstipendium for performing arts from the Austrian Federal Chancellery Section Art.

photo by Tim Plagemann

She combines minimalism, reduction, precision and an increase of concentration, within her primarily meditative working methods. Her work in various media broaches the issue of a continuous balancing act between existing juxtapositions eg: presence - absence, begin - end, duration - moment, lightness - heaviness. Furthermore, her approach and interest to work with time, offers another experience of individual time perception. As a contrast to a fast-paced society, this offers a new awareness of fullness within the emptiness, an appreciation of the unspectacular. It emphasizes the underestimated meaning of beauty within details, through mere dedication on one matter.

photo by Tim Plagemann

Skills

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25 September 2018

Jasmin Schaitl

Jasmin Schaitl is an artist and performer whose background is the visual arts. In 2012, she graduated from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Since 2011, she has been working internationally as a solo performer, visual artist, artistic director, group performance director, conducts workshops and interdisciplinary projects, curates and teaches. In 2014, she was awarded a START scholarship for performing arts from the Federal Chancellery.

 

photo Tim Plagemann

In his meditative work methods, he combines minimalism, reduction, precision and increasing concentration. Her work with various media touches on the subject of a constant balance between opposites, ie: presence-lack, start-end, duration-moment, lightness-weight. Moreover, her interest in working against time and her approach to it provides another experience, namely the experience of its individual perception. Contrasting with the ever-busy society, it offers a new awareness of wholeness in the void, an appreciation of what is far from spectacular. It emphasizes the underestimated beauty of details through simple dedication to a single matter.

photo Tim Plagemann

Skills

Posted on

25 September 2018

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