Wilhelm Scherübl Jr.






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Als die Tiere den Wald verließen
2019

as TAB collective
Already in the cartoon series of the same name, released in 1993, attention is drawn to the problem of the destruction of our planet by man and machine. The extinction of their habitat forces the animals to strive for a far-away paradise and to accept great dangers. In it, parallels can be drawn to our present: We humans seal our own destiny by following trends and technologies while taking no account of our environment. As a way out, we are looking for new habitats, even in foreign galaxies.

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Breath
2020

with Therese Leick

Honorable Mention
I close my eyes and imagine I'm walking through a thick forest. Sunlight flashes through the treetops and the rustling of the leaves sounds like ...

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Narrative


The Golden Age of Nothing
2016

as TAB collective
with Falk Lennart Kremzow
The book, deals with Europe in 2015 - nationalist thoughts prevail and populism dominates the media.

Through fictional stories told by nineteen imaginary characters in newly created nation-states, a work is created that subtly highlights and points out the benefits of a European Union.

For a common Europe away from division.

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lowtel
ongoing

The image series deals with certain places or spaces in cities that we as passers-by often do not pay attention to or do not want to pay attention to. Their connection with drugs, homelessness or prostitution that can not be reconciled with the generally accepted concept of life, let most people simply look away. By collaging and changing these places in the photos, the view should be directed precisely to the things we want to banish or hide from our "perfect" world.

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Postcards from the Forest
2020

After President Trump made statements about our marvelous forest cities, I took the chance to create some Postcards from the Viennese city center.

Everything is real, nothing is fake!
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