Rosmarie Lukasser

Born 1981 in Lienz, Austria. Lives and works in Vienna, Austria



Born 1981 in Lienz, Austria

Lives and works in Vienna, Austria

Rosmarie Lukasser studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna in the class of Heimo Zobernig. She also worked as a co-lecturer at the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Salzburg. Rosmarie Lukasser’s works deal with structures and modes of action in the digital world. Starting from graphic representations such as those of submarine cable systems, flight routes, ViP networks or hubs, Lukasser translates digital space into her own language. The human being as part of the digitalized world is represented by Lukasser in the form of her sculptures Annäherung an ” …bin im Netz (Generation 1-4, 2010 – 2023). The postures of the life-size figures made of plaster and wire are adapted to the use of digital devices.
After being awarded the Förderpreis für bildende Kunst des Landes Tirol in 2015, Rosmarie Lukasser received the Förderpreis für junge KünstlerInnen der Klocker-Stiftung/Tirol in 2017. In the summers of 2019 and 2023 she was invited to the International Terra Symposium in Kikinda, Serbia.Her works were most recently exhibited at Künstlerhaus Wien 2023, Schloss Wiespach 2022, Lentos in Linz and Kunsthaus Meran 202,. Collections: Klockerstiftung, Universalmuseum Joanneum Graz, Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum Tirol, RLB Kunstbrücke Innsbruck, University Library of the University of Applied Arts Vienna, City of Innsbruck, Collection of the VIF – Vienna Insurance Group, Collection of the Federal Government, Upper Austrian State Gallery, international and private collections.