Born in Salzburg/Austria in 1982.
Marlies Pöschl is an artist and filmmaker working in Vienna/Austria, Paris/France and Tehran/Iran. She studied art and media at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and art and communicative practice at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. She is currently teaching as an artistic and scientific assistant in the class of art and media at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. She is a founding member of the Golden Pixel Cooperative, a platform for the moving image and visual arts, and also sits on its board. Her work has received several awards, including the State of Salzburg’s annual grant for media art (2018) and the Content Vienna Award (2018). In 2017, she was a fellow of the Institut Français and received a scholarship as part of broadcaster ORF III’s funding program Pixel, Bytes & Film.
Her most recent solo exhibitions include the performance and installation Pepper Perceval, CAC Brétigny, Brétigny-sur-Orge/France (2018), and the installation Complex, Donaufestival, Krems/Austria (2016). She has participated in numerous biennials and film festivals, including Hysterical Mining/Vienna Biennale for Change, Vienna (2019), Antimatter Media Art Festival, Victoria/Canada (2018), Cinema Vérité, Iran International Documentary Film Festival, Tehran (2017), and Diagonale – Festival of Austrian Film, Graz/Austria (2017).
Based on collaborative projects and various forms of exchange, the artist creates multi-perspective films, performances and installations. She understands filmmaking as a social practice and incorporates the process character of film into her work.