Müllner Wolfgang

Finishing his studies of Electrical Engineering (Communications Engineering) at the Technical University Vienna in 1990 he started to work at Seibersdorf Laboratories (former Austrian Research Centers). Currently he is head of the business unit Electromagnetic Compatibility and Optics.
During his photographic education at the Prager Fotoschule Österreich (diploma 2009) he was holding workshops for Digital Photography, Image Processing and Workflow. Since then his commercial photographic studio work is focused on product and portrait. Impressions captured during his trips to Asia, since 2010 also with pinhole cameras, act as raw material for the artworks.
Since 2010 Wolfgang Müllner is member of FLUSS. He lives in Landegg, Lower Austria.

2011 Weinviertler Fotowochen – Performance
2010 FLUSS in Athens -A Tribute to Contemporary Austrian Photo- and Media Art, M55projects
Weinviertler Fotowochen – Camera Obscura and Pinhole Camera
2009 Weinviertler Fotowochen - Animationfilm
Used, Prager Fotoschule Österreich
2008 Digitalism 1, Museum of Computer Art, Brooklyn NY

2011 „Speed makes the Difference“, Pinhole impressions from Asia, self-published
“InnenSichten – 9 fotografische Positionen“, self-published
2010 „B&W in full Colour“, self-published
2008 „USED“, Exhibition catalogue, Edition Prager Fotoschule
„Architektur“, self-published
„Menschenbilder“, self-published
2007 „Tsukiji: Speed is Essential in the Sale of Fish“, self-published

Foto: Videostill aus "Lauschu-2" Experimentelle Collage, 3'08", 2009