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Katharina "Käthe" Löffelmann (*1994, Lower Austria) is a

multidisciplinary artist based in Vienna, Austria. 

Their practice encompasses photography, videography,

conceptualisation, installation, painting, documentation and site specific practices as well as street art and murals.

Thematically, the works deal with ambivalent emotions, admixed and in relation with the ever present dystopian aspects of existing in our society with activist undertones.


Together with fellow artists Linda Steiner and Eternalmanila, they form the FLINTA* street art collective Ripoff Crew.

Since 2018 Käthe is a member of the Studio Collective Studio Walls where most of their studio practice takes place. 

exhibitions/public art


“Lie To Me”, Improper Walls Gallery

“No Offense But”, Improper Walls Gallery

“Takeover - Streetart & Skateboarding”, Wien Museum, mural

"Hands off the Wall", streetart festival Vienna, live painting

"Dolomitenstadt", Lienz, mural

“Calle Libre” streetart festival, Vienna, mural

“Drinnen”,  AG18 Galerie


“Where We Come From”, Improper Walls Gallery (Solo)

“Les Dispersé*es”, international class of École Supérieure d’Art et de Design Marseille-Méditerranée

"Linz Mural City", Mural KPU Linz

“Nach Wie Vor”, Orpheum Graz

“Beyond Dystopia”, AG18 Galerie


"Heiße Pistole”, Studio Walls, Vienna

“Video Park” Filmfestival in Užice, Serbia

“NESVRSTANI” Artfair in Zagreb, Croatia

“Philosophy Unbound” Festival for Philosophy and Performance Art, Vienna


"Holiday", Subetasch, Gmünd (solo)

"Tempor[e]alities", format.strk, Vienna

"Zeitzeug", festival for visual and performing arts, Bochum, Germany

Class of Sculpture and Environmental Art, Glasgow School of Arts - scholarship Austrian Ministry of Education, Science and Research

"Turm der Zukunft", Engelhartstätten, Viertelfestival, mural

Acquisition through the state collection of Lower Austria


„Über Beziehungen“, Im Raum, Vienna

Mural „Untitled“ (2023), Hauptbibliothek Wien

„Calle Libre“ Street Art Festival, Vienna

„Knowledge is Power“ (2023), Šabac, Serbia, for the Austrian Cultural Forum

„Identitäten“, Im Raum, Vienna

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