Hannah Stippl

Austria (residence) °1968

Hannah Stippl studied Free Graphics at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, where she currently teaches in the Departement of Landscape Art. In her artistic work she questions habits of perceptions of plants and nature. As a curator and landscape theorist she focuses on questions of aesthetics and participation, dealing with plant breeding, derelicted landscapes, and other possibilities of landscape perception, like in gamescapes.


Recent Projects (selection) 2014 Chelsea Fringe Vienna, Festival organisation 2013 (Landscape) with Flowers. Exhibition IG Bildende Kunst, Vienna (A) and Coldhouse, Botanical Garden Vienna (A) 2013 (Landscape) with Flowers. Reader (E|D) to the exhibition. With contributions by George Gessert, Eduardo Kac, Noel Kingsbury et al. 2013 The Flowerbeds. Solo-Exhibition, Artenne Nenzing (A) 2013 Mural, Geffreye Museum, Chelsea Fringe, London (UK) 2013 Woodland Boudoir. Kensington, London (UK) 2012 Paint before you plant! Workshop, Chelsea Fringe, London (UK) 2012 Garten Nutzen Ziehen. Exhibition, Artenne Nenzing (A) 2012 


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