top of page

Student Exhibition "O Traduzir" / On Translating

Flyer Exhibition
Exhibition Flyer "O Traduzir"

Group Exhibition: "O TRADUZIR" / "ON TRANSLATING"

OPENING: FR, 16.12.2022 - 7pm

Where: Centro Cultural Brasil Áustria, Prinz-Eugen Street 26, 1040 Vienna

Opening hours: 12-5 pm, Monday-Friday.

This is an exhibition project with students of the Center Didactics for Art and Interdisciplinary Teaching in cooperation with the Centro Cultural of the Brazilian Embassy Vienna.

On the occasion of the bicentennial of Brazil's independence, Centro Cultural Brasil-Austria presents with the exhibition "ON TRANSLATING - O TRADUZIR" the edition "Contos do Brasil - 200 years of Brazilian literature", a bilingual publication in Portuguese and German with 81 short stories by 25 Brazilian authors from the 19th to the 21st century.

Here I show you some of the artworks of the group exhibition but visit the exhibition yourself and see them live until 31st of January!

Work by Isabella Burtscher

Keiner Einzige Weniger - Nem um a menos, 2022

Poplar plywood plates processed with laser cutter, welding wire

The work shows the number of murders of women* based on their gender in Austria since the beginning of the year 2022. On average 3 women* or girls* are murdered per month in Austria, in most cases by close persons like (ex-)partners, sons or fathers. The most dangerous place for women is not out on the street at night, but at home in broad daylight in the family.

*Women and girls are given an asterix* to mark gender as a social construction.

The exhibition is open to the public from July 22, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., to on July 24, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. these two days.

Work by Lisa Waldner

revelation of the unspoken truth, 2022, on view.

voile/embroidery, 150cm x 230cm

"The rose came up yesterday morning, remember? And now it's already wilting," the woman said as she fastened the strap of the apron with a pin.

Artwork by Julie Kohn,

surrounded by human ashes, 2022

Linoleum print, Okashi paper, Printing ink consisting of wood ash and binder, 45,5cm x 61cm

Being surrounded by dust, debris, destroyed dreams and hopes, as well as gray tones and suffering are omnipresent in war experiences. This is also the case in the text "The Prophet" by Samuel Rawet. The latter did pioneering work by being the first to address the Shoah in Brazil. In this work, the linoleum prints serve as an allegory of the mediating feeling of inner emptiness. Imagine you are surrounded by human ashes.

Artwork by Mattia Minelli:


Adhesive foil on mirror, 60cm x 96cm

A look in the mirror can be different.

But is it true and honest?

In the setting of an Instagram feed we often show ourselves from a different side, but are we then still ourselves?


until 31st of January

Opening hours: Monday-Friday, 12-5 pm


Centro Cultural Brasil Áustria, Prinz-Eugen Street 26, 1040 Vienna, Austria

To always be up to date to what I am doing please sign up for my newsletter:


bottom of page