Gangart is an Austrian artistic practice that works as a team in changing constellations in the fields of art and architecture, curating and artistic research. Their projects focus on urban environments as structured space and performative playgrounds, on the museum as a built and political entity, on cultural production and its conditions/contexts. Gangart has been commissioned by or cooperated with institutional project partners including the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna; Art Today, Plovdiv; Artothek, Vienna; Austrian Cultural Forum, New York; Architectural Biennial, Venice; Architekturzentrum, Vienna; Bayrisches Staatsschauspiel/Marstall, Munich; Carnegie Museum, Philadelphia; CCA Center for Contemporary Arts, Tbilisi; CIVA—Centre International pour la Ville, l’Architecture et le Paysage, Brussels; Elias Canetti Association, Ruse; Middlesbrough Institute for Modern Art, Middlesbrough; Women’s Museum, Hittisau; MAK—Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna; Medienwerkstatt, Vienna; Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana; Mücsarnok/Art Hall, Budapest; Museum for European Ethnology, Vienna; Austrian Museum for Ethnology, Vienna; Museum of Yugoslavia, Belgrade; Steirischer Herbst, Graz; Vienna Festival and the Wienmuseum—Historical Museum of Vienna. Moreover, since 1995 they have been teaching at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Academy of Fine Arts Prague, University of Applied Arts Vienna, University Damascus, Department of Sociology and Anthropology/University of Amsterdam, Technical University Graz, University of Design Linz, and Technical University Vienna. Simonetta Ferfoglia and Heinrich Pichler are founding members of Gangart.