Building a camera obscura with local materials.
Trained as an architect Martina Tritthart has a particular interest in visual perception and spatial experience. She finished her PHD in architecture on “Light Spaces – Spatial Models of Perception”. As an artist she is using various materials and media focusing on light and space. Her installations want to trigger the imagination of the viewer, who are furthermore invited to become participants of the artwork.
I am curious to SEE Djerba and learn from Djerba, to get closer to the artists community, to talk about the practice of light, the experience of architecture, as well as the construction and history of culture and art.
2017 | Vienna (at)
2008 | Dachstein (at)
2004 | Rohrbach (at)
2001 | Graz (at)
1999 | Linz (at)
1998 | Vienna (at)
2016 | PHD Architecture University of Technology | Graz (at)
Since 2003 | Lecturer at University of Technology Graz, University of Applied Science FH Joanneum Graz and University of Applied Science FH | Burgenland (at)
2003 – 2005 | Assistant professor at University of Art and Design Linz | space & design strategies (at)
2001 | Together with Roman Bönsch first prize and realization (permanent) lighting design of the facade WUK | Vienna (at)
1999 – 2003 | Assistant professor at University of Technology Graz | Architecture (at)
1996 | Degree in Architecture | TU Graz (at)