Projects by the students of the
Bachelor Major in Art, Major in Design,
and the Master in Eco-Social Design

Peter Senoner

Peter Senoner was born in 1970 in Bolzano (Italy), where he lives and works. He studied at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Munich until 2001. He has been artist in residence in New York (1997–2000), Tokyo (2002 and 2004), Vienna (2006), Berlin (2012) and Detroit (2016). Since 2006, he has been a freelance lecturer at the Innsbruck University Institute for Experimental Architecture/Studio 3. As of October 2017, Peter Senoner has been appointed as a contract professor for the practice-based course Drawing and Storytelling within the BA Major in Art at the Faculty of Design and Art of the Free University of Bolzano. Since 2006, he has exhibited at a number of international institutions: the Kunsthalle in Bremerhaven (2016), the Ferdinandeum in Innsbruck (2014), the Lentos in Linz (2013), the project space of the Nationalmuseum in Berlin (2012) and the Museion in Bolzano (2011). He took part in the exhibition for VAF Foundation’s Agenore Fabbri Prize at the Stadtgalerie in Kiel and Palazzo Ziino in Palermo (2010), and has also exhibited at the Landesgalerie in Linz (2008), the Ursula-Blickle-Foundation in Kraichtal, the ar/ge kunst in Bolzano (2006), the Kunsthalle in Vienna (2005), the project space of the Kunsthalle in Vienna (2003), the Falckenberg Collection in Hamburg (2002), the Haus der Kunst in Munich and the ECA in Edinburgh (2000). Peter Senoner has received a number of awards and grants, including a working grant from Stiftung Kunstfonds in Bonn, the Hilde-Goldschmidt award, the Bayrischer Staatsförderpreis and AMI of Linz’s ‘Lines on Paper’ award’. He has produced works for numerous public spaces, including the roundabout at the autostrada entrance at Klausen (2009), the Isar clinic in Munich (2010), and the pharmacy museum in Bressanone (2006). He is currently shortlisted for work on the restyling of the city library of Innsbruck. Many of his works are owned by important private and public collections.
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