Robin Waart works with words - as an artist, by making exhibitions and writing about the work of others.
Robin Waart arbeitet mit Worten - als Künstler, indem er Ausstellungen macht und über die Arbeit anderer schreibt.
Robin Waart reviews the exhibition we sat rigid except for the parts of our bodies that were needed for production curated by Tom Engels with works by Sandra Lahire and Celeste Burlina at the Grazer Kunstverein.
In Sarah Rapson’s work, the outside is as much about doubt as it is a decision, a mediation between inside(r) and outside(r) art. It is hard to find a better place to be stuck in. Robin Waart writes dives into the gently complex Robin Waart on Ode to Psyche by Sarah Rapson at the Vienna Secession.
Robin Waart was invited to develop an exhibition based on Kunstraum Lakeside’s bookshelf, an unsystematic library of artist’s and theory books accumulated since the founding of the space. Under the title "Wörthersee, Wörtersee" and in his double role as artist and artist-curator, he responds to the structures Josef Dabernig established for the Kunstraum with a site-specific intervention. 
For PASSE AVANT, Robin Waart sat down with Denise Helene Sumi to talk about the show – to think of it outside of the space, its duration and the location in Klagenfurt am Wörthersee.