Marlene Lübke-Ahrens studied architecture and scenography at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Her creative oeuvre covers a wide range including sets, costumes, architecture, art, and photography. The common denominator in her work is her interest in conceiving spaces, researching these spaces, and enabling others to experience them.
Wolfgang Novotny studied architecture, sculpture, and space&design strategies at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and the University of Art and Design Linz. In his work, Novotny investigates virtual and physical spaces and their interactions with the human body and perception.
During the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, Marlene Lübke-Ahrens and Wolfgang Novotny are addressing the question of how hidden urban dynamics can be rendered visible by minimal interventions.