Lucia Elena Průša


ANTIBODY, Travesia Cuatro Galeria, Guadalajara, México (solo show)

, 2017
bronze cast
1 x 1,5 x 0,5 cm

Hypocrit, 2017
steel, polyester
42 x 65 x 25 cm

Madre, 2017
cotton shirt
60 x 37 cm


Feeling Wheel, 2017
steel, screen print on rubber
92 x 92 x 214 cm

artist publication, digital print, 156 pages
23,5 x 32 cm
printed and made in Mexico

Basic Feelings is a collection of found feelings. A-Z. They have been collected according to the criteria of a democratizing poetry.
Basic Feelings
creates a conceptual possibility for establishing a vocabulary of sensations. It has no language.
Photos were taken in the public transportation system of Mexico City. In the women-only train sometimes.
Images are the result of casual encounters and are a documental approach that seeks to respect the specific context of this space.
A view is always thrown back.

Basic Feelings es una colección de sentimientos encontrados. A-Z. Han sido recopilados según los criterios de una poesía democratizadora.
Basic Feelings crea la posibilidad conceptual de establecer un vocabulario de sensaciones. No tiene lenguaje.
Las fotos fueron tomadas en el sistema de transporte público de la Ciudad de México. En ocasiones en el tren exclusivo para mujeres.
Las imágenes son el resultado de encuentros casuales y son un enfoque documental que busca respetar el contexto específico de este espacio.
Una vista siempre se refleja.


Newcomer, 2017
stainless steel, leather
68 x 16 x 8 cm

Loner, 2017
aluminum cast
16 x 13 x 9 cm


Uniform (E room), 2017
10 aluminum rings
Size 5, Size 6, Size 7, Size 8, Size 9, Size 10

Roy Da Prince, FUTURA Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague, Czech Republic
with Quentin Euverte, Agnieszka Grodzinska, Kernel, Irina Lotarevich, Lucia Elena Prusa, Shanta Rao, Viktor Timofeev, Andrew Norman Wilson, Pedro Wirz, Dec 10th, 2016 – Feb 12th, 2017


non-union (Bi-pol)
, 2016
etching, paper, aluminum, glass
(27,7 x 40,5 x 3,5 cm)

union (Solo), 2016
etching, paper, aluminum, glass
(27,7 x 40,5 x 3,5 cm)

At the Cliffs of River Rhine, Oslo10, Switzerland
with Ana Andra, Lorenzo Bernet, Alexandra Bircken, Kaucyila Brooke, Heidi Bucher, Feminist Land Art Retreat, Luca Francesconi,
Elisabeth Greinecker, Christine und Irene Hohenbüchler, Stuart Middleton, Jonathan Penca, Lucia Elena Průša


Uniform (on pipe), 2016
10 aluminum rings
Size 5, Size 6, Size 7, Size 8, Size 9, Size 10

SORT presents Merlin, Vienna, Austria
with Ulrike Buck, Frieda Toranzo Jeager, Debora Delmar Corp, Lucia Elena Průša, Manuel Solano
curated by Myles Starr


Pandora read by Melanie Ohnemus at Skulpturinstitut, Vienna


by Anna-Sophie Berger and Lucia Elena Průša
Paperback, 94 pages, 2016
order here

Maybe this is about a woman in her mid-40s, she is still struggling with the problems she had when she was 27/30. She is a slacker. Her thoughts are clever,
but she prefers acting slow. She is fine with stains. Romanticism is something to keep in bay. Maybe no other person shows up. Just in her thoughts.
It’s just about explaining her in every little detail we can imagine. She is not in a crisis. Probably something is happening to her. I really like the idea of a natural disaster.
Like something comes in that mixes the genres. And also bringing in nature and elemental forces. The smallest volcano is probably still important.


How would it be if there were comments from outside the story? Like breaking the cinema inside the reader’s mind? Then it becomes maybe like a movie.
But not to comment on what she is doing, just to bring in a first-person perspective, which can be from anyone.

(I feel like we cannot do worse as annalists.)


Dead Letter Office, JTT, New York
with Anna-Sophie Berger, Christophe Charon, Feminist Land Art Retreat, Matthew Linde, Lucia Elena Průša and Min Yoon


Window 2, 2016
pigments, graphite, paper, aluminum, glass
60 x 40 x 4 cm

Window 3, 2016
pigments, graphite, paper, aluminum, glass
60 x 40 x 4 cm


Window 1, 2016
pigments, graphite, paper, aluminum, glass
60 x 40 x 4 cm



Uniform, 2016
10 aluminum rings
Size 5, Size 6, Size 7, Size 8, Size 9, Size 10


Chaoten, 2016
Series for The National Opera of Munich, Max Joseph Magazine III, 2016

The series Chaoten contains sujets various sources of Lucia Elena Průša´s work: manipulated calendar systems, a depiction of the sundial sculpture 012 315 621 921,
ruins of body-worn items for measuring units such as time and finger size, a detail of the object KENI Cycle and a photograph of a locked house.
Numerical classifications and profane moments that determine daily life were transmitted in different order, a semiotic version or a numerological combination.


with Andy Boot, Marilia Furman, Flora Hauser, Raphael Hefti, Alicja Kwade, Lisa Oppenheim, Sarah Pichlkostner, Lucia Elena Průša, Fred Sandback, Max Schaffer, Sarah Schönfeld, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané and Iris Touliatou



012 315 621 921, 2016
aluminium, plaster, silver necklaces, graphite
64 x 130 x 290 cm


Scenes with Flat Objects, TRAVESIA CUATRO, Guadalajara, México
with Elena Bajo, Debora Delmar Corp., Donna Huanca, Tania Pérez Córdova, Lucia Elena Průša and Elena del Rivero


Untitled L, 2016
latex glove, leather glove, plaster
9 x 13 x 22 cm


FANTODS with Anna-Sophie Berger, Galerie Kunstbuero, Vienna

metal, aluminium, plaster, graphite
approx. 40 x 57 x 200 cm


KENI Cycle, 2051
artificial leather, laser print on paper, metal
64 x 78 cm

Untitled (Brixton), 2015
neoprene, leather jacket, necklaces, metal
approx. 40 x 40 x 150 cm

Untitled (Tyrolia), 2015
blackout fabric, gaiter, PVC
approx. 25 x 25 x 130 cm




Untitled, 2014
cardboard, loose graphite
50 x 70 cm

, 2014
cardboard, paper, loose graphite
diffrent dimensions


parcours beige (lazy for evol)‘, Ve.Sch, Vienna


, 2014
metal, tape, cable, wood stick
approx. 180 cm