Rooted in abstraction and narrative, most of Elisabeth Wedenig (1980, Sankt Veit an der Glan/Austria) current works are the results of her interest in perception; what is real, true and important to each one of us; the flexibility and elasticity of reality; how we remember and how we forget; how we lose, hide, destroy, keep, make up, reorder and find new solutions. The heart of her works is the intention to combine and to forge a bond with the aim to find an in-between. Between abstraction and figuration, painting and drawing, geometric and organic elements, chaos and order, reality and dream. Elisabeth Wedenig studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, at the Art Academy of Latvia and at Athens School of Fine Arts. She lives and works in Austria.