Valie Export  

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Valie Export (born May 17 1940 in Linz as Waltraud Lehner) is an Austrian artist noted for her Tapp- und Tast-Kino, Genital Panic, From the Portfolio of Doggedness (with Peter Weibel) and Facing a Family (1971).

Her artistic work includes video installations, body performances, expanded cinema, computer animations, photography, sculptures and publications covering contemporary arts.

Since 1995/1996 Export has held a professorship for Multimedia-Performance at the Kunsthochschule für Medien in Cologne, Germany.




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