Sabine Bitter & Helmut Weber

Vancouver- and Vienna-based artists Sabine Bitter and Helmut Weber collaborate on projects addressing the politics of how cities, architecture and urban territories are made into images. Mainly working in the media of photography and spatial installations, their research-oriented practice engages with specific moments and logics of global urban change as they take shape in neighborhoods, architecture and everyday life. Dealing with architecture as a frame for spatial meaning, their ongoing research includes projects such as Educational Modernism and The City and the Good Life: Graz 2020. In 2004, they formed the research collective Urban Subjects with writer Jeff Derksen. Sabine Bitter is a professor in the School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver.

As of November 2019