eyeTry operates at the intersection of physical space and time-based media, exploring the creative use and misappropriation of tools and methods. eyeTry aims to extend the limitations of representation and produces space as part of its presentation.
'Eye try and eye fail and eye try and eye fail better.' freely adapted from Samuel Beckett
is a registered architect and a member of IG Architektur, born in 1979. He studied at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and completed his graduate studies under the tutelage of Wolf D. Prix. He has worked as project architect and design architect for Franz Sam, Vienna. He also worked for Coop Himmelb(l)au, Delugan & Meissl AA and Wolfgang Tschapeller. He was awarded a merit prize for Experimental Tendencies in 2004 and works he collaborated on were exhibited at the Venice Architecture Biennial 2006. Florian was selected for the MAK Los Angeles Schindler residency 2011. With Eva, he founded the architectural practice eyeTRY in 2010. The works of eyeTry have been internationally exhibited, including at MoMa New York City. Together, Eva and Florian teach at NDU, Austria. In 2018, eyeTry co-founded the ‘Verein für zeitgenössische Architektur’, a platform to support young architecture.
is a registered architect, born in 1981. She holds a Masters Degree in Architectural Design from the Bartlett UCL London and the TU Vienna. She has worked on projects in Abu Dhabi, London and Vienna, and has taken part in a TU design/built project in Johannesburg that was issued the Austrian Building Award 2006. Her work has been exhibited at the Venice Architecture Biennial 2008. Eva was Schütte-Lihotzky Research Fellow 2010 and Architect in Residence at the MAK in Los Angeles 2011. Currently she is a senior scientist at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and teaches Unit 14 with Mike Aling at the University of Greenwich, London. Her PhD research aims to generate a deeper understanding of how everyday urban practices might be visually and spatially articulated involving a self-reflexive observer's constantly changing position.
Florian Schafschetzy and Eva Sommeregger
A-1060 Vienna, Austria