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Georg Mühleck

independent artistat Atelier Georg Muehleck
Focus area: Digital Art, New Media

Georg Mühleck
German-Canadian artist Mühleck lives and works on the remote Scottish north coast, as well as Toronto and Cologne. Coming from drawing and painting (with Klaus Basset) to Copigraphy, Mühleck moved on to visual digital work in the late 1980s. He is fascinated with the area of conflict between nature and synthetically generated life, artificial reality (artificial life). In his recent research he is developing a visual language, which combines the synthetical with the evolved. Algorithms and Photography form an image. Mühleck uses technology in an analysing sense — despite fascination, rather critical than glorifying. His medium is observation and thought.
The rendering of his work can be seen in galleries and in public space. It was commissioned for different buildings: music school, prison, sports hall, office building, cemetery, hospital and scientific institutes. Mühleck’s research was sponsored by the Canada Council, Kunstfonds e.V. Bonn, Museum Gladbeck and Gouvernement du Québec.
Exhibitions include: New Media Caucus, New York. Stephen Lawrence Gallery, London, UK. London Biennale, UK. National Art Gallery, Malaysia. Machinista Glasgow, Scotland. Maison des Arts de Laval, Canada. Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid. Triennale di Milano. Centro de Cultura Contemporanea, Barcelona. Kunstvereine Freiburg, Radolfzell, Heidelberg, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Kassel. Visual Arts Museum, New York. W.Jackson Gallery-Art Institute of Chicago. Musee d'art Moderne, Hajduszoboszloi, Hungary. Galerie AVU, Prague. Galerie Arts Technologiques, Montréal. BINZ39, Zürich. Gallery Artbeam, Seoul, Korea. Goethe-Institut, Buenos Aires. Museum Hagen. Vasarely Muzeum, Budapest. Centre Copie Art, Montréal. The New Gallery, Calgary. Western Front + Goethe Institute, Vancouver. Maerz, Köln. Art Frankfurt. Art London, UK. Museum Gladbeck. Palazzo, Liestal/Basel. Goethe House New York. Centre Saidye Bronfman, Montréal. documenta 8, Kassel (City Souvenir). Künstlerhaus Stuttgart. Milton Gallery, London. Wrexham Arts Centre, Wales. Galerie Manfred Rieker, Heilbronn. Galerie Maerz, Linz. Galerie Rahmel, Köln. Art 45, Montréal.