Marko Lulic (Born 1972, Vienna. Lives and works in Vienna.) Marko Lulic is interested both in the formal aspects of modernism and in the uncovering of ideological layers which inform artworks by artists or designers including Bayer, Breuer and Mies van der Rohe. In the case of Büroturm Bayer, rot (Office Tower Bayer, red), 2009 he has dislocated Bayer’s public art work, placing it in a new context and remaking it, not with concrete, steel or stone but with MDF and household paint. His re-creations are softer than the originals and, despite appearing to be large scale and squeezed into the exhibition space, are actually relatively small. This loss of monumental scale and shift in material, context and function creates a new object which simultaneously reincarnates and questions the original. Recent solo exhibitions include Unsocial Sculpture, Douglas F. Cooley Gallery, Portland and Denkmalp flege und Bodywork, Kunsteverein, Amsberg. Group Shows include MATRIX MUSA, Museum auf Abruf, Vienna, Making a Scene Fondazione Morra Greco, Naples and Mapping the City, MMC Luka Pula.