Laurent Ziegler
Since 2004
Works in Vienna Austria

Laurent Ziegler (MA) was born in Vienna, Austria. He is a freelance photographer with a strong focus on people, performative and documentary work. Laurent successfully completed educational programs in contemporary dance and film and seeks exchanges with dancers and media artists at the interface between performance and documentation. His work is internationally represented in group and solo exhibitions. Besides, Laurent teaches photography as part of an arts in education program in Sri Lanka.

Publications (Selection):

Village Voice New York, Wired Magazine New York, Bloomsbury Publishers London, Sky Arts UK, Singapore Arts Festival, Austrian Cultural Forum London, MUMOK Museum of Modern Art Vienna, Impulstanz Vienna, Wiener Festwochen, Players Berlin, Hilti Foundation Schaan, Doc! Photo Magazine Warsaw, Zoom Magazine Italy

Exhibitions (Selection):

2015 Photon Gallery Vienna, Austria ("Public Domain", group exhibition)
2014 Odaada Gallery Vienna, Austria ("Gras", installation with Georg Blaschke)
2014 Bildraum Gallery 01 Vienna, Austria ("Verortungen", installation with Malika Fankha)
2014 Dance Identity Festival Burgenland, Austria ("Gras", installation with Georg Blaschke)
2013 Impulstanz Festival Vienna, Austria ("Gras", installation with Georg Blaschke)
2012 Eyes On | Monat der Photographie Vienna, Austria ("Coming of Age", group exhibition)
2012 Kunst in der Kartause Krems, Austria ("Reframe #1", installation)
2011 Tanec Praha Festival, Czech Republic ("Vertical Road", solo exhibition)
2010 Salon XV Vienna, Austria ("Chromolab", installation with Victoria Coeln)
2010 Danube University Krems, Austria (Campus Culture 10th Anniversary, group exhibition)
2008 Wave Photo Gallery Brescia, Italy ("Eyes on Japan", solo exhibition)
2007 Knew Gallery Washington DC, United States ("Photo-Rama", group exhibition)
2007 BankArt Theatre Yokohama, Japan ("Three", mixed media performance with Sengiku Bando)
2006 Austrian Cultural Forum Washington DC, United States ("un|still", solo exhibition)