Nana Mandl

Nana Mandl elaborates, in her bright material collages, possible visual realisations of present-day media challenges and overloads. In her colorful material collages, pictures and prints, Nana Mandl develops possible visual implementations of contemporary media challenges and demands. Her haptic collages combine elements of painting with forms of communicatively-representative spheres of advertising, fashion, pop culture and social media. 

Nana Mandl (b. 1991, Graz, AT) studied at Kunstschule Berlin Weissensee and received her diploma in fine arts at the University of Applied Art, Vienna.
Recent solo exhibitions include KS Room, Feldbach, Austria (2017); Künstlerhaus Halle für Kunst & Medien, Graz, Austria 2016.

Her work was included in following institutions: Vienna Digital, Vienna, 2016; Künstlerhaus, Vienna, 2016; Kunsthalle am Hamburger Platz, Berlin, 2015; Kunsthalle, Museumsquartier, Vienna, 2015.

Mandl is a recipient of the Bildrecht Solo Award for the best solo booth presentation at viennacontemporary (2018); Startstipendium, Bundeskanzleramt für Kunst und Kultur Österreich (2017) and the Förderungsstipendium der Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien (2014).