Kata Geibl




PROJECTS
2020   There is Nothing New Under the Sun
2018    Sisyphus
2017    Uncanny Valley
2016    Red, White, Green

2019-  Collaborations / Commissions
2018-  Installation Views



BIO
Kata Geibl (1989, Budapest) is a photographer living and working in The Hague. Her work is mainly focused on global issues, capitalism, the Anthropocene, and the ambiguities of the photographic medium. Read more...



CONTACT 
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Phone: +36 30 830 60 85
Email: geiblkata@gmail.com

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2018-
Collaborations / Commissions




Vacanza in casa

In collaboration with ZAINA Studio

Year:2020
Credits: Photography by Kent Andreasen, Marco Argüello, Enric Badrinas, Céline Bodin, Jennifer Cheng, Volker Conradus, Kata Geibl, Cleo Goossens, Luca Grottoli, Nanna Heitmann, Olga de la Iglesia, Matthieu Litt, Clementine Passet, Robin Stein and Ismail Zaidy.



Printing: Grafiche Antiga, Crocetta del MontelloPapers:Iggesund Invercote G Cordenons Wild
Typefaces: SangBleu Versailles and Suisse Int’l by Ian Party, Swiss Typefaces


From Cape Town to Marrakech, Vancouver to Moscow and more, people were required to stay indoors in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19. As many turned their households into impromptu workplaces, we were left wondering: how would you go on vacation within the narrow confines of your home? That question led us to launch a non-profit, creative initiative named “Vacanza in casa”, challenging a selected group of photographers who experienced lockdown from all corners of the world to grab their camera and go on holidays… at home.











From their own living rooms, windows and rooftops, they captured images that seem to encapsulate a unique and extraordinary moment in time. Each photograph is printed on a 15 x 19 cm postcard that describes where and when the picture was taken, along with a caption written by its author. Every photographer received copies of their postcard so they could share them with others as a souvenir of their unusual holidays.
A complete set including the fifteen postcards of “Vacanza in casa” is presented in a bespoke case featuring foil stamped and blind embossed details. The illustration depicts a romantic horizon whilst its bottom counterpart appears in the shape of a virus, acting as a distorted reflection of the sunset and expressing a sense of duality. The choice of contrasting materials and textures finds a balance in the combination of high gloss, varnished papers and uncoated boards with natural, tactile surfaces.




Postcard by Kent Andreason


Postcards by Robin Stein, Nanna Heitmann, Clementine Passet, Luca Grottoli, Jennifer Cheng, Matthieu Litt



Postcard by Kata Geibl











Beyond Edition

Take Care Collective

Year: 2020
Limited edition book - 100 copies
Size 21X31,5cm, 124 pages, softcover

Curated by Take Care
Art Direction by SMV - Studio Moretti Visani

Photographers:
Eleonora Agostini
Ronni Campana
Hubert Crabières
Giovanni Fredi
Alessandro Furchino Capria
Kata Geibl
Francesco Merlini
Federico Radaelli
Leonardo Scotti
Alba Zari





Creative Director

Riccardo Linarello
Maddalena Scarzella

Graphic Designer
Marco Rizzi

Digital Content Curator
Fabiana Guigli




























How can something absent be made visible? Parts Unknown is an online publication contemplating the ideas of missing and absence, featuring the work of 13 international artists.

The name Parts Unknown suggests an undetermined destination. In the context of forensics, it conjures images of unknown parts of bodies disfigured by acts of violence. A more liberating interpretation can be found in the work of the composer Richard Trythall, where parts are unknown not because they are missing, but so “fully integrated that it is impossible to subdivide into sections”. Parts go missing as they merge into a whole.

The stories in this collection testify to our common condition in the pandemic. We had to reinvent our artistic practices to adjust to the realities of being confined at home. In the online publication, you can toggle between views of each story, peering into the making of, the situations of our work and artistic experimentations.


























IMA Magazin Vol. 33 

Images of the World Today

On which side stands the photographer? text= Natsuki Ikezawa

Kata Geibl/Mona Kuhn/Terri Weifenbach/Vasantha Yogananthan/Kurt Tong/Chow and Lin/Alexander Gronsky/Graciela Iturbide/Christto&Andrew/Song Nian Ang/Maria Gruzdeva/Kenryou Gu/Kechun Zhang/Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber/Gregory Eddi Jones/Hannah Darabi/Erik Kessels/Nick Waplington/Charlie Engman/Kazuma Obara/Lieko Shiga/Liang Pin Tsao/Satoshi Fujiwara/Yurie Nagashima/Bharat Sikka/Elsa Leydier/Oliver Chanarin/Eiki Mori/Pixy Liao/Jabulani Dhlamini/Alice Mann/Sohrab Hura/

We are facing an unprecedented crisis; yet, looking back in history, we have overcome such hardship before and now, every community around the world is once again, combating against these complex current issues. Photography cannot eradicate the virus nor poverty; It will not solve conflicts nor discriminations. But it has the power to visualise and reveal the voices unheard before. In this volume, 33 artists have come together to share the diverse issues explored through their practice along with their written responses. We can thus, travel around the world through images and survey the questions behind each of their works. We have no time to despair; this is the time to turn your eyes to photography.



















American Vintage

Commissioned by Hyeres Festival

Year: 2020

Images created for the American Vintage Prize, awarded by American Vintage for the 35th Festival International de Mode and de Photographie in Hyeres, France.

































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