SOLANGE at NMWA

A light-skinned woman with short, platinum blonde hair stands on scaffolding attaching a very large panel of white gauzy material with “Solange Gleichberechtigung eine ewige Baustelle ist, bin ich Feministin” stitched in bright pink lettering to the bars of the scaffold. In the background you can see a bight blue sky and snow capped mountain.
Follow along as NMWA and artist Katharina Cibulka spread a message of equality.

For each of Katharina Cibulka’s “SOLANGE” (German for “as long as”) installations, the artist considers the local environment and community that support these public artworks that cover construction scaffolding. From May 26 through June 8, 2022, NMWA and Katharina Cibulka invited the public to submit their own “As long as” phrases and ideas for topics.  The artist will consider this public input to help shape her message for NMWA’s “SOLANGE” net, which will be unveiled in October 2022.  

White mesh scrim is unfurled from the top of a building to cover several floors of scaffolding.
Installation of a “SOLANGE” net by Katharina Cibulka (Innsbruck, Austria), 2021; Image courtesy of the artist; Photo by WESTFotostudio

Exhibition Sponsors

Lookout: Katharina Cibulka is organized by the National Museum of Women in the Arts and generously supported by its members.