June ’20
20ER MAGAZIN

 

 

July ’20
SPEAKING GARMENTS

 

Collaboration, shirts by Gert & Uwe Tobias @speakinggarments

Zine Volume I available now. Edition of 20.
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Format: Tabloid
Paper: 55gsm improved
40 pages

 

tabloid size zine with

black and white drawings

 

Q&A for new viennese magazine
THE ISSUE PAPER
www.theissuepaper.com/magazine

 

 

 

THE ACADEMY NEW YORK, July 2020
@theacademynewyork

Lockdown Diary
KENNEDY MAGAZINE

 

VICE us

Melanie and Stephanie, 1992
Dimensions variable
Household gloss on wall, chairs and twins
Spot Paintings, Installations
Image: Photographed by
Mark Niedermann
© Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS 2014
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Us photographed by
LUKE GILFORD

FLAUNT
MAGAZINE

Nov 11 ’19:

TT: Duplications in nature and the female form are subjects that you return to in your works. What are you both drawn to?
MSH: Recently we were going though our works we created when we were really young and its striking how figures and the female form always have been the major subject. Being identical twins we always were very much of aware of people judging our differences and compare us. In our work its about the way these figures embody the world, the way they relate to one another. And then of course there is body image, which is another big theme we are interested in since we have a history of struggling with it.

More on
www.twinfactory.co.uk

From Tuscany
for The Tourist No. 42

WUNDER Magazine

Us photographed by
MARCUS PAARMANN

Pleasures of Black
Issue 9
LULA MAGAZINE

For twin artists Melanie & Stephanie Hausberger, paintings are artistic dialogue completed with interaction. Their special art works describe the rhythmic contrast of black and white born from a sorrow at night.

More on www.lulamag.jp
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Video by
CHARLES DERENNE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Identical twin sisters whose practise is collaborative. The drawings exhibited in THE SALON are from a series inspired by their own emotional states during a time of change and transition in the Summer of 2018. The characters in the work appear to be in a state of contemplation and confusion. www.lolitacros.com

Portrait
©Nicolas Kern