Peter Kainz was born in 1961 in Vienna where he finished a vocational education as lithographer, offset-installer and photographer.
In 1995, as the large format photography was implemented in Austria, he worked as the first digital photographer.
From 1995 to 2008 Peter Kainz taught digital technologies and reproduction techniques as lecturer at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. In 1997 he established with his wife, Birgit Kainz, the studio “faksimile digital” , which still serves as atelier for digital photography and the conversion of artworks.
Since 1997 he has made lots of cooperation’s with Walter Stach. Furthermore Peter Kainz has managed numerous lectures and workshops about digitalisation and archiving of works of art. Besides, he wrote articles for reference books dealing with visual arts.

1992 “Nachbar in Not” (neighbourhood in misery/poverty), a picture book for absconding women and their children
2005 Establishment of the long-term picture library “Collected Works across Europe” together with his wife
2005 Participation in “Der 6te Sinn” (the sixth sense) in Vienna
2006 “Pixel pile-up”, an article for the print media manual of visual arts, Vienna
Since 2006 “Fang das Licht” (Catch the light), a photographical conveyance-project within the “kids university” of arts, organised by the University of Applied Arts Vienna.
2007 Establishment of the edition “Collected Works”, a serial of artist catalogues connected with a public library.
Since 2008 Master program photography/image science at the Danube University Krems

2009 HUMAN - The Word - an intervention

2010 HUMAN - Symbols

2011 HUMAN - 10 fingers, 5 letters, 1 word; exhibition Gnothi Seauton

2012 HUMAN - posters in Casablanca, Human-calendar 2013

2013 HUMAN - Underflowing Borders

Catalogues 2007:
Level I, ISBN….
Level II, ISBN…


Peter Kainz

Barmherzigengasse 17 Lokal 2
1030 Wien
Austria
Tel: +43/1/734 41 42

Mobil: +43/6991/734 41
fax: +43/1/734 50 05

Mailto: kainz [at] faksimile-digital.at
www.faksimile- digital.at
www.collectedworks.eu


 

 

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