Katharina Cibulka is an artist and film maker who develops and leads artistic and sustainability processes. Katharina first began developing SOLANGE in 2016 and moved on to its realization in 2018.
Katharina pursues a consistent political agenda centered on feminism, social justice, community and questioning aesthetic processes and the role of art.
Tina Themel is a studied communication expert who is passionate about writing and working on all kinds of texts. She has been part of the SOLANGE team since 2018. Together with Katharina, she polishes and tweaks SOLANGE sentences until their content is precise and the language is smooth and witty.
Vivian Simbürger studied art at the University of Art and Design Linz.
Fascinated with the challenge of mastering their huge dimensions, she has been embroidering SOLANGE nets since 2018. She continuously explores and finds innovative solutions that help her conquer the mass of material time and again.
Margarethe Clausen is an expert for translation, text and language, with a focus on art and culture. Raised bilingually in the USA and Austria, she now lives and works in Berlin. She loves the spaces between languages, multiple meanings and wordplay. Margarethe has been a feminist for ages and joined SOLANGE in 2019, where she works on the project’s English nets and texts.
Marie Themel is a student of Cultural and Social Anthropology, activist and SOLANGE’s Instagram manager. She uses social media as an instrument to raise awareness on social injustices such as racism, sexism, ableism and to empower LGBTQ* rights. Marie has been part of the SOLANGE team since 2020.
Claudia Eichbichler has experience as a conservator on construction sites, and is currently studying biology, art education, and technical/textile work in Innsbruck. Based on observations of her own environment, she questions social constructs, gender roles and relationships – including with herself – in her art and works with a wide variety of media: from screen printing to sculptural objects to video.
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