* 1972, Austria
Heidrun Holzfeind is an Austrian born artist and filmmaker currently based in Berlin. Holzfeind is interested in how architecture interacts with people´s everyday life. She questions immanent architectural and social utopias, exploring the interrelations between history and identity, individual histories and political narratives of the present.
Solo shows include Secession Vienna (2019), Kunstpavillon Innsbruck (with Christoph Draeger, Sept. 2017), Kunstraum Lakeside, Klagenfurt (2017), Galerie X and Beyond, Copenhagen (2016); Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe (2015); Pavelhaus, Austria (2014); Centre d´Art Contemporain Yverdon (w Christoph Draeger, 2014); BAWAG Contemporary Vienna (2012); OK Centrum Linz (2012); CCA, Ujazdowski castle, Warsaw (2010); De Vleeshal, Middleburg (2009); SAPS, Mexico City (2008); Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck (2007); Artists Space project room, New York (2005); MUCA, Mexico City (2005) W139 gallery, Amsterdam (2004); Flacc, Genk, Belgium (2004); Austrian Cultural Forum Rome (2002); Swiss Institute New York project space, (2002)
Her films have been screened at MOMA New York, Mumok Vienna, MAK Vienna, Architecture Museum Basel, NGBK Berlin, Austrian Cultural Forum New York, Copenhagen Architecture Festival, Lisbon Architecture Festival, Prague Architecture Film Festival, Architecture Film Days Budapest, Beton Film Festival Warsaw, Crossing Europe Festival Linz, Diagonale Graz, European Media Arts Festival Osnabruck, Impakt Festival Utrecht, Duisburger Filmwoche, Videoex Zürich, Transmediale Berlin, Videochroniques Marseille, Goethe Institute Izmir, Videoart Center Tokyo and Shibaura House Tokyo, amongst others.