Abel Korinsky

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  • ISEA2022

    Abel Korinsky (DE) The twin brothers Abel and Carlo Korinsky are working on installations, performances, gallery and museum works. Through audio-visual installations, they are trying to evoke a different kind of perception. They create site–specific works and have worked in old factories, churches and many other often disused spaces. The intense environments in their installations are demanding of all the senses. Especially the beauty of nature/ natural phenomena get distorted or destroyed by sensual interventions of sound, setting of light and sculptural installations and confront the audience with an altered reality. They have been commissioned to create works e.g. for Ars Electronica Linz, Melbourne Biennial, Grace Cathedral San Francisco, Kestnergesellschaft Hanover, Art&Tech days Slovakia, Bozar – Center of fine Arts Brussels.


    For the last several years Abel, Carlo & Max Korinsky have been collaborating artistically.  Korinsky has created works in Australia, Austria, Germany, Italy, and the United Arab Emirates, and has been sponsored by Federal Department of Commerce and Technology as well as the European Union in 2012. Korinsky was awarded the Young European Artist Trieste Contemporanea Award in 2013 and the Mercedes-Benz Kunst Award in 2014.


    Berlin, Germany, based artist collective. Abel, Carlo & Max Korinsky are media artists an do international and audiovisual showcases. The twin brothers Abel and Carlo run studio Korinsky. They share the same background, passion and visions to make their installations, performances, gallery and museum works. The bond between the twins becomes a melting pot of two creative minds. They both come from a strong fine art background but during their studies, they have specialized in sound art to widen their artistic horizon. The twins create atmospheric and fluid imaginary worlds and play with the audience’s perception.  Every work is defined by its claim of aesthetic sense.


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