In his conceptual works and installations Ulrich Nausner deals with patterns of perception and contexts of meaning of information and language in various media. His works are represented in international solo and group exhibitions, and he lives and works in Vienna.
What happens in a constructive way when people speak or write can be depicted in machines; what people associate with it when they speak is not accessible to constructive explanation. The still young Wittgenstein tractted that one must be silent about what one cannot speak of. Perhaps he meant precisely that which cannot be represented by hypertext definitions. In "Untitled (left) #1 + #2" Nausner deals with the combination of geometric abstraction and specific information (image format, colour, placement of elements, arrangement of images) on the structure of hypertext definitions. Through the reduction to the schematised hyperlinks and their exact form and localisation on the image format, which is also adopted, the red coloured areas, intended as clickable words, become neutral elements without direct connections. They nevertheless carry an invisible message, which gains significance solely through the origin hidden in the work.