2013, 252 x 356 cm, large scale print on poster paper
In keeping with the practices of Daniel Burens and Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Julia Gaisbacher expands her artistic scope for action to include billboards as an alternative exhibition space outside the white cube. In her piece “Venedig”, she contrasts public space with a photographic set piece of public space itself.

The era of the analogue billboard is drawing to an end, superseded slowly by a screen. As if following this logic were imperative, Julia Gaisbacher uses the photograph to simulate the aesthetic of digital design methods on an analogue, phase-out model.