Eveline Handlbauer

is a sculptor / visual artist 
based in Austria.


Thick air
Parallel vienna
It´s better to get off quickly
Benefits & prototypes –
the meaning of vertical

Private room
Measuring the sky
Hang over balcony
Dickflüssig und dünnblütig

SELECTED WORKS from the last years
Egoiste / Finished fetish / Tower / Pleasure universelle / Untitled (Legs filled with oil) / Galaxy – milky way No.1 / Accidents coming out of nothing / Passenger No.2 / Corner / Your ego doesn´t like change / Master and servant / Parquet No.1 / Factors of production / Waves / Arch / Untitled (Half of an ellipse) / Heroes / Pleasure universelle / Sliced icecream / Round with edges / Stay in touch / Headrest study No.1 / Luggage / Hanging heart / When nox is minimal / Hair on rubber / Passenger No.1 / Backslash / Touchy walls / Sunset strip / Hole to go / Parkside building / Passengers No.3 / Parquet No.2 / Fixed but not stable / Comet – one, two, three bang / Untitled (Triangle) / Tongue / Elements of storage / Smile at me / They were happy, until they were not / Postcorona glamour / Untitled (Slipping) / Untitled (Statebuilding)



Living in a material world (...) 

Dealing with the complexity of human experience and perception is of central importance to my work, for example questions about desire, meaningfulness and alienation. I see the world as a „built and constructed world“ and my sculptures are an expression of what has developed and consolidated in the course  of modernization.
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Hang over balcony

5th – 12th December 2018

Untitled (balcony), 2018
ca. 100 x 75 x 80 cm
concrete, puffed clay

Untitled (Fireladder), 2018
dimension variable
concrete, rubber

Untitled (lean on stack), 2018 135 x 24 x 21 cm
concrete, chromoxid pigment

Mindset / brainstorm

            "We´re gonna go towards the wall, hands on the ground, shoulder width apart, then we´re gonna start walking up the wall as high as you can. Once you get to the top, you can press with your fingertips so that you don´t fall forward. Once you´re here, you can come back down. Come back down slowly, try not to touch the floor. You can take a little break if you want. Take a break until you feel like you can keep on going."