nathalie koger

Portrait by Karin Cheng, 2013

choreography is the organization of space and time

film is the organization of space and time

and people

form is the outcome based on structures

I get attracted to the


and review

of bahavior patterns

a set of prerequisites



in a social and historical point of view




Rosa John / fimkoop Vienna / Film Studies at University of Vienna



Currently (2011- aimed until 2015) I am an emerging artist "on the road", more accurately "off the road", watching out for diverse locations, professional encounters, national, international, transnational, and using residency programs to continue and elaborate my artistic work. If I have to define my interests, I would mention the following: embodiment, somatics, appropriation, spatial encounters, montage, curatorial thinking and, of course, film.   

My media are conversation, publications, photography and moving images, in general, images produced with light. I learned a lot from contemporary performance, choreography and collaboration as methodology and tool, as well as Cultural Studies and Critical Theory at large. There are a number of professionals who cast inspiration on me.




challenging ... | Barbara Toifl-Soreff

In the process of challenging the issue, production once again coincides with reception. By distancing itself from possible forms of deconstruction and acquisition, the process gets removed from the concept of appropriation as borrowed from property logics. Remote from that, ... read more

generative space | Miriam Kathrein

Nathalie Koger’s artistic challenge is practising montage; her media are exhibition and installation. Curatorial strategies become subtexts of her artistic approach, by adding works of other artists and by inviting ... read more

entrance | Dr. Hildegard Fraueneder

The artistic attitude of Nathalie Koger, graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts, can be characterized, according to Gabrielle Cram, by the fact that in her oeuvre of films and photos she attempts to seize diverse existing ... read more