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Jutta Strohmaier (born1966, Tulln, Austria) originally received an interior design degree, she then went on to study Art and Philosophy, before finishing with a degree in Photography and New Media at the Academy of fine Arts in Vienna. She also received a degree for Arts and Paedagogics from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Since 1999 she works as an artist in the field of photography and media installations. Jutta has had solo exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in Salzburg and the Neue Galerie in Graz and her work has been included in numerous exhibitions throughout Europe including the Centro Ducale, MediaLab, Madrid; Arthall Gothenborg, Sweden; Arthall  Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark; COCA Torun, Poland. Her video installations were part of the Mutations II, Moving Still exhibition series that was presented in the Vienna, Paris, Luxembourgh, Berlin, Rome, Bratislava and Moscow in 2009. Her video installations were also shown 2009 at the Photo Festivals in Athens and Toronto and 2012 in Ljublijana, Slovenia, Budapest, Hungary and Fez, Morocco. Her work is represented in various national and international collections, both public and private, and she has received several grants and prizes, as she was invited to the IASPIS Residency in Gothenborg, Sweden 2001, as a visiting artist at the Illinois State University 2009, and the Djerassi Residency 2010.
With her work, Strohmaier shifts between many different dimensions of presentation and reality appears to be rather a matter of viewpoint than a fixed idea. Blurring the borders between photography, video and drawings, as well as between analogue and digital images, she investigates and deconstructs traditional spatial concepts and depictions.