Andreas Donhauser - Andreas Donhauser

Andreas Donhauser (2016)

Andreas Donhauser (born May 8, 1960 in Kirchberg am Wechsel ) is an Austrian artist , set designer , set designer , costume designer and designer .

Life

Andreas Donhauser attended the HTL Mödling , where he completed an apprenticeship as a precision engineer. After graduating from high school , he worked in the private sector for three years. [1] He then studied architecture at the Vienna University of Technology and product design at the Vienna University of Applied Arts . Donhauser works as a designer and artist, creates jewelry and sculptures and participated in performances . In 2003 he founded the music group T9 with Mario Stegmüller, which soon became the sculptor Max Bühlmann, der Künstler Christian Droste und Stefan Christandl anschlossen. Die Gruppe spielt seither ausschließlich improvisierte "postbluetranshipfunkpunkjazzrock" Musik. Seit 1990 bildet er mit Renate Martin eine Arbeitsgemeinschaft unter dem Namen Donmartin Supersets. Donhauser und Martin arbeiten gemeinsam als Szenenbildner für österreichische Kino- und Fernsehproduktionen, darunter wiederholt für Filme der Regisseure Wolfgang Murnberger und Ulrich Seidl und Michael Glawogger.[3] Parallel dazu sind sie als Bühnen- und Kostümbildner tätig, unter anderem am Opernhaus Zürich, an der Wiener Staatsoper, bei den Bregenz Festival , at the Theater an der Wien , at the Mariinski Theater , St. Petersburg, Aaltooper Essen, Oper Graz, Stadttheater Klagenfurt and at the Salzburg Festival , especially in productions and films by the director Michael Sturminger . [4]

Donhauser is a member of the Academy of Austrian Films . [5]

Filmography together with Renate Martin (donmartin supersets)

  • 1991: Dog and Cat (Director: Michael Sturminger)
  • 1992: Halbe Welt (Director: Florian Flicker)
  • 1994: I vow (Director: Wolfgang Murnberger)
  • 1996: Charms Incidents (Director: Michael Kreihsl)
  • 1996: Cinema in the head (Director: Michael Glawogger)
  • 1998: Beastie Girl (Director: Johannes Fabrick)
  • 2000: Come on, sweet death (Director: Wolfgang Murnberger)
  • 2001: Dog Days (Director: Ulrich Seidl)
  • 2002: Taxi for a corpse (Director: Wolfgang Murnberger)
  • 2004: Hurensohn (Regie: Michael Sturminger)
  • 2004: Silentium (Director: Wolfgang Murnberger)
  • 2007: Import Export (Director: Ulrich Seidl)
  • 2009: Contact High (Regie: Michael Glawogger)
  • 2009: The Bone Man (Director: Wolfgang Murnberger)
  • 2010: Not my daughter
  • 2012: Paradise: Faith (Direction: Ulrich Seidl)
  • 2012: Paradise: Love (Director: Ulrich Seidl)
  • 2013: Paradise: Hope (Director: Ulrich Seidl)
  • 2014: Casanova Variations (Regie: Michael Sturminger)
  • 2015: Eternal Life (Director: Wolfgang Murnberger)
  • 2016: The Dreamed (Director: Ruth Beckermann)
  • 2016: Hotel Rock'n'Roll (Direction: Michael Ostrowski and Helmut Köpping based on a book by Michael Glawogger)
  • 2017: Life Guidance (Regie: Ruth Mader)
  • 2017: Toulouse (Director: Michael Sturminger)

Awards

  • 1st prize cutlery competition 1988, Collini Vienna
  • 3rd prize in the jewelry competition 1988, Köchert, Vienna
  • Prolegomena Prize for the "Wiener Wohnkeule" 1988; Institute for Housing, Vienna University of Technology
  • 1st prize "Zeitmesser" competition 1993 Federal Chamber of Commerce, Vienna
  • Best production design, Diagonale Prize for Film Design 2013 (for Paradise: Love ; with Renate Martin) [6]
  • Best costume design, Austrian Film Award 2016 (for "Giacomo Variations"; with Renate Martin) [7]

Weblinks

Commons : Andreas Donhauser - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Mag. Andreas Donhauser. In: Club Carriere. Retrieved June 9, 2016 .
  2. ^ CV Andreas Donhauser. (PDF) In: Programized. Retrieved June 9, 2016 .
  3. ^ Andreas Donhauser. Association of Austrian Film Outfitters , May 23, 2012, accessed on June 9, 2016 .
  4. Curriculum Donmartin Supersets. (PDF) Donmartin Supersets, abgerufen am 9. Juni 2016.
  5. ^ Members. Academy of Austrian Films , May 17, 2016, accessed on June 9, 2016 .
  6. Previous winners. Diagonal . Retrieved June 9, 2016 .
  7. Internet source : AOEF press paper award winner Oesterreichischer Filmpreis 2016