I observe nature and live in relation to others. Questions alter in concepts, inspiration is fundamental.
If I see the form, it is like I have got a possible answer and I love to comunicate it.
I am quite sure, that I was born from the love between my mother and my father.
Ulrich Gerhard was born in Leipzig, Edeltraud was born in Villach. They both were capable to express entusiasm, loving nature and art.
I grew up in a beautiful, romantic garden, going by woods, climbing on the top of trees, finding many four-leaf-clovers and having first contacts with the world of arts. The snow and the far horizon, seen from mountain peaks, impressed me deeply.
Since then I love the nature, the humans, the sense of aesthetic and uncompromising truth of life.
Questions about being and opposite views connected to the relation with what I am not inspire me.
If I find the image, it is, if I have found an anwser.
It makes me deeply happy, if other persons identify, get emotioned and share with what I communicate, reporting that autobiographical contents can have general values and empathy happens between individuals.
Keeping my eyes open, I still find four clovers.
Since earliest times, Regina Hübner was drawing and dancing classic ballett. A friendship to an Austrian sculptor strenghted her idea to go on the path of art.
In 1980 she moved to Graz, where she started to paint in big dimensions.
The years in Graz were fundamental in her personal and artistic development. Studies of the Italian language in Perugia and Rome.
In 1985 she awarded Master of Arts in Graphic-Design at the Höhere Lehranstalt für Kunst und Design HTBLVA Graz-Ortweinschule, Graz, Austria.
In 1985 she worked for the first time with stone during a workshop, in the caves of St. Margarethen, Austria.
This meant a keye experience, which led her to go for one year to Carrarra, Italy.
During this period, instead of workin with marble, she painted on big sized, very thin papers and tissues. The Italian language became predominant.
In 1986 Regina Hübner moved to Rome.
In 1990 she graduated Master of Arts in Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, Italy.
During this period she preferred painting, drawing and forming free hanging thin plastiques, reaching lesser materical œvres since 1989 and combining interactions with movements and projections of slides/light/shadow in ambientations.
In 1995 she gave birth to her first daughter Galatea and in 2000 to her second daughter Vega Veridiana. Those new lifes, inspired many artworks and questions about time and life. Growing up the two daughters, she re-discovered the bonding to her mother-language, German.
Since the '90 Regina Hübner visualizes her ideas mainly with experimental photography, film and video, performance, objects, ongoings. She creates so-called Ambientations, in which the artwork changes in order to the specific space or situation of its exhibition, in interaction with ambient and environment, becoming unique and not repeatable bodies.
The silent, from the nature registered pure or elaborated sounds, artificial or uncontrolled movements like the swinging of a tree branch in the wind can be a determining part. Also natural or artificial changements, interaction with animated beings - the visitors - and inanimated subjects can change the aspect of the artwork. The manuality, the handmade gestures are the growing entity of a work in progress including drawings, crafts and narrative.
The concept is basic. Text is part of the whole artwork, and extends communication.
Long-term themes manifest connnections between artworks from different periods. So we can find the iconography of specularity, repitition, circulation, endlessness, inversion of processes, and the concepts of the ongoing of time, the opposite, the relation, the communication, the perception.
Deep friendships led to collaborations with creatives from the fields of visual art, music, literature and science.
Hübner works also with groups of persons, often important figures in her own life, the so-called Protagonists.
Their experiences are central contributions of the artwork itself.
Award winner of Memorial to Paul Watzlawick with Kommunikation Beziehung Wirklichkeit (2020).
Fellow at IMéRA Institute for Advanced Study with Percepion of Self and Nonself in Life (2019).
International solo shows, group shows and festivals.
Symposia and exclusive texts about her work. Artworks in public and private collections and public space.
Regina Hübner (Huebner) was born in Villach, Austria. She lives in Villach and Rome, Italy.
She gets her inspirations by questions about life and relationships between the individuum and universal concepts. Using different means to express her ideas, from experimental photography, video, sound, performance and ambientations, to texts, subjects and objects, the artist creates artworks connected to ongoing themes and realizes unique Ambientations.
Hübner works also by involving other persons in her projects, the so-called Protagonists, or in collaboration with scientists and artists from the fields of visual art, literature and music.
Regina Hübner’s work was exhibited at MANIFESTA 13 - Les Parallèles du Sud; VIDEOFORMES 2021 and 2019; Nuit Blanche Paris 2018; Dinzlschloss Villach; MMKK Museum Moderner Kunst Kärnten; MLAC Museo Laboratorio Arte Contemporanea dell’Università La Sapienza, Rome; IIC Italian Cultural Institute Vienna; Austrian Cultural Institute Rome and Milan; change+partner contemporary art Bracciano/Rome; State Archive Turin; Polish Institute Rome; EXPO 2015 Milano; Cinecittà Studios Rome;
ZKM Zentrum für Kunst und Medien, Karlsruhe; CAPC Musée d'Art Contemporain de Bordeaux; BIM Bienal de la Imagen en Movimiento Buenos Aires; Now&After International Video Art Festival, Contemporary Art Center Winzavod, Moscow; OVER THE REAL, Lucca Film Festival; Užupis Film Festival, Klaipeda; VIDEOFORMES International Festival of Video and Media Art, Clermont-Ferrand; ADAF Athen; Goethe Institut Dubai; Analog Room Dubai; Gamma Festival Moscow; FRAC Marseille, Amidex; Auckland Live Digital Stage; TICK TACK, Antwerp - Videodrome Paris; UZHUPIS FILM FESTIVAL, Neringa; Vilnius National Museum; Čiurlionis National Museum of Art, Kaunas; Mandel Center Tel Aviv; FIVAC Festival Internacional de Videoarte Camaguey; IMéRA - Institut Méditerranéen de Recherches Avancées, Marseille; VIDEOFORMA Sergey Kuryokhin Modern Art Center St. Petersburg; Lange Nacht der Museen Austria; FIAV Casablanca; Gallery of Arts Temple University Rome; ADDIS VIDEO ART FESTIVAL; Strangloscope Florianópolis; WAC Weekend d’Art Contemporain Bordeaux; TIME is LOVE10; FIAV Festival Friuli Venezia Giulia Fotografia, Udine; FulgorAzione Festival of Music and Arts, Capolona/Arezzo; FIVAC Festival Internacional de Videoarte de Camagüey; Sofia Underground Performance Art Festival, Sofia; WAC Bordeaux; Lange Nacht der Museen Austria; La Notte Bianca Roma; The Temple Gallery of Art Rome; Gallery Mcube Lalitpur; Goethe Institut Rom; Galerie ak Frankfurt; The Claremont Gallery, Los Angeles, US; Sala 1 Centro Internazionale di Arti Contemporanee, Rome, Italy; Kittredge Gallery, Tacoma, US; Nuova Icona, Venezia; Elaine L. Jacob Gallery, Detroit; Galerie Freihausgasse Villach; Jewett Arts Center Gallery Massachusetts; Plymouth University; HIEDRA, Buenos Aires; Lange Nacht der Museen, Villach; luxflux.net, Web; changeartconcept.com, Web; a. o.
Symposia and Talks at VIDEOFORMES 2021, FRAC Marseille in A*Midex Aix-Marseille Université, IMéRA Institute for Advanced Study of Aix-Marseille University, Vilnius National Museum, Mandel Center Tel Aviv, Moderner Kunst Kärnten, Austrian Cultural Institutes of Rome and Milan, IIC Italian Cultural Institute Vienna, ZKM Karlsruhe.
With Elise Aspord, Giancarlo Consonni, Gabriella Galzio, Christine Wetzlinger-Grundnig, Regina Hübner, Pascale Hurtado, Luca Lombardi, Simonetta Lux, Constance Moreteau, Luciano Perez, Philippe Pierre, Arnulf Rohsmann, Sandrine Roulland, Carlo Sini, Gabriel Soucheyre.
Texts about her artworks by Roberto Annecchini, Giancarlo Consonni, Gabriella Galzio, Maria Egizia Fiaschetti, Sanne Helbers, Luca Lombardi, Simonetta Lux, Patrizia Mania, Igino Materazzi, Gerhard Mumelter, Franz Niegelhell, Luciano Perez, Ludovico Pratesi, Arnulf Rohsmann, Harald Schwinger, Domenico Scudero, Carlo Sini, Gabriel Soucheyre, Emanuela Termine, Shara Wasserman, Ruth Weisberg, Christine Wetzlinger-Grundnig, Giacomo Zaza, a.o.
Television: ORF Österreichischer Rundfunk and ORF Kaernten, Portrait Regina Huebner, Helga Suppan; Österreichischer Rundfunk Kaernten, Regina Hübner und der Milchtropfen, Iris Hofmeister; Corriere TV Corriere della Sera, Allattare è un’arte: l’opera di Regina Huebner a CasaCorriere EXPO Milano 2015, Maria Luisa Villa; Subbiano TV, FulgorAzione con l’arte di Regina Huebner, Stefanella Baglioni; a.o.
Artistic collaborations with Roberto Annecchini, Fabio Ciafariello Ciardi, Sonia Grandis, Marina Corona, Roberto Fabbriciani, Mayako Kubo, Luca Lombardi, Arnulf Rohsmann, Gabriel Soucheyre, Pietro Tripodo and with the Protagonists of projects as Perception of Self and Nonself in Life - Dear Cell, temps-durée, Anonymus dedicated to Vally, relationships, reflection and absorption with me and you.
1986-1990 Academy of Fine Arts, Rome, Italy. Master of Arts in Sculpture.
1986 Academy of Fine Arts, Carrara, Italy. Corso Libero del Nudo.
1985 Caves of St. Margarethen im Burgenland, Austria. Workshop Sculpture.
1980-1985 HTBLVA Höhere Abteilung für Kunst und Design Ortweinschule, Graz, Austria. Master of Arts in Graphic-Design.
Mag.a Art. Regina Hübner
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