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Ines Doujak

Ines Doujak is an Austrian artist based in Vienna. She received two research grants from the Austrian Science Fund for Loomshuttles, Warpaths (2010-2018), an extensive study of textiles to investigate their global history characterised by cultural, class and gender conflict, and Utopian Pulse: Flares in the Darkroom (2013–2015), which resulted in an exhibition at Secession, Vienna (2014), and a publication (Pluto Press, London). Selected exhibitions in 2018 include SALE, Lentos, Linz; A BEAST, A GOD, AND A LINE, Dhaka Art Summit ’18, Bangladesh, Para Site, Hong Kong, TS1, Yangon, and the Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw; in 2017 Arte para pensar la nueva razón del mundo, Muntref Buenos Aires, Pattern, Salle Alfred Pellan, Québec, Máquinas de trovar, LOOP, Barcelona; Stealing from the West, Academy of the Arts of the World, Cologne; Empire of the Senseless, MeetFactory, Prague; Aging Pride, Belvedere, Vienna; WELT KOMPAKT?, q21, Vienna; Masterless Voices, Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art, Kraków; The Conundrum of Imagination, Leopoldmuseum, Wiener Festwochen; Substances, Tabakalera, San Sebastian; in 2016 Not Dressed for Conquering, Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart; Sans peau/No Skin, galerie d’art contemporain/SBC, Montréal; in 2015 Follow the Leader, Johann Jacobs Museum, Zürich; The Beast and the Sovereign, MACBA, Barcelona; Ape Culture, HKW, Berlin; The School of Kyiv, Kyiv Biennal; in 2014 Universes in Universe, Biennial São Paulo; in 2013 Not Dressed for Conquering, Royal College of Art, London; in 2012 Busan Biennale, Korea; in 2010 The Potosi Principle, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, and Museo Nacional de Arte La Paz, Bolivia; in 2009 Ladies Almanack*, Tranzit CZ, Prague; in 2008 Peripheral vision and collective body, MUSEION, Bolzano; and in 2007 documenta12, Kassel.