Political futures kunsthalle wien

Political Futures Talks / Photo: Kunsthalle Wien 2018. At the Lenbachhaus in Munich, Matthias Mühling presides over an institution that was founded in the spirit  During this time, none of the economic, social, (geo-)political and ecological What differentiates forecasting from classic approaches to knowing the future, which will take place from October 17-19, 2019 at Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz,  Mit This Is Ornamental zeigt die Kunsthalle Wien die erste Einzelausstellung des französischen Political Futures: Talk mit Eyal Weizman, Forensic Architecture.

Political Futures Talks / Photo: Kunsthalle Wien 2018 At the Lenbachhaus in Munich, Matthias Mühling presides over an institution that was founded in the spirit of an enlightened middle class, a fundamental difference to the aristocratic, elitist heritage on which state museums are built. im Rahmen von Political Futures, Kunsthalle Wien. Montag, 07. Jänner 2019. 19:00. Auditorium. Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien Vordere Zollamtsstr. 7 1030 Wien. Organisiert von. Eva Kernbauer, Kunstgeschichte und FWF Projekt „A Matter of Historicity“, P 27877-G26 & Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien. im Rahmen von Political Futures, Kunsthalle Wien. Organisiert von Eva Kernbauer, Kunstgeschichte und FWF Projekt „A Matter of Historicity“, P 27877-G26 & Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien. Political Futures – Kunsthalle Wien . Reflections on photography as a medium of resistance and as a resistant medium. The idea that animates the presentation builds on the assumption that the contemporary face of political economics may aptly be described as a total cybernetics. Originally a technology of control and soon also a model of governance, cybernetics recast planning and anticipation by operating with the calculability of reactions to measures Die Kunsthalle Wien ist das Ausstellungshaus der Stadt Wien für internationale zeitgenössische Kunst und Diskurs. Political Futures – Talk mit Mirjam Zadoff - Duration: 1 hour, 23 minutes At its Karlsplatz location, the Kunsthalle Wien’s exhibition Work it, feel it!is dedicated to the work of the future and the future of work. The exhibition focuses on the demands placed on the human body and its possibilities to act, as seen against the backdrop of an increasingly automated workplace. Search for: We’re closed. DE EN

At its Karlsplatz location, the Kunsthalle Wien’s exhibition Work it, feel it!is dedicated to the work of the future and the future of work. The exhibition focuses on the demands placed on the human body and its possibilities to act, as seen against the backdrop of an increasingly automated workplace.

Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier Museumsplatz 1 1070 Vienna, Austria. Over the last years fundamental conditions of social life have changed: class and work relations, the relations between politics and economics, aesthetics of mass media as well as political rhetorics are characterised by critical upheaval. At its two locations – at the MuseumsQuartier and Karlsplatz – visitors find not only exciting works of contemporary art but opportunities to engage actively with current and socio-political themes. The Kunsthalle Wien sees itself as a place of experimentation, perpetual motion, and change, developing innovative exhibition and communication formats to further its aims. Investigative Architecture as a Tool for Political Intervention Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, Germany Eyal Weizman studied architecture in London and is head of the Forensic Architecture research unit at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Initially just a think tank, in 2015 Forensic

Political Futures Talks / Photo: Kunsthalle Wien 2018 At the Lenbachhaus in Munich, Matthias Mühling presides over an institution that was founded in the spirit of an enlightened middle class, a fundamental difference to the aristocratic, elitist heritage on which state museums are built.

Images courtesy of Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier. Press Release: Political Populism is the extremely populist title for an exhibition which aims to critically question this phenomenon through artistic means. The exhibition was not designed to present a picture of the cultural and historical development of populist tendencies but instead gathers over twenty international artists’ works and Photography: Stephan Wyckoff, i mages copyright and courtesy of the artists and Kunsthalle Wien. Note: Exhibition booklet can be found here. Not only is political populism on the rise, but it is also making much stronger use of pop culture and artistic methods and aesthetics than in earlier years. … of bread, wine, cars, security and peace is the first exhibition WHW have curated since taking over the directorship of Kunsthalle Wien. This international group show is intended to provide an idea of the collective’s artistic and political interests, and to present some of the many artists who have inspired their work over the years. Political Futures Talks / Photo: Kunsthalle Wien 2018 At the Lenbachhaus in Munich, Matthias Mühling presides over an institution that was founded in the spirit of an enlightened middle class, a fundamental difference to the aristocratic, elitist heritage on which state museums are built. im Rahmen von Political Futures, Kunsthalle Wien. Montag, 07. Jänner 2019. 19:00. Auditorium. Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien Vordere Zollamtsstr. 7 1030 Wien. Organisiert von. Eva Kernbauer, Kunstgeschichte und FWF Projekt „A Matter of Historicity“, P 27877-G26 & Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien.

At its two locations – at the MuseumsQuartier and Karlsplatz – visitors find not only exciting works of contemporary art but opportunities to engage actively with current and socio-political themes. The Kunsthalle Wien sees itself as a place of experimentation, perpetual motion, and change, developing innovative exhibition and communication formats to further its aims.

Theatre, Film, Debate on the Ruins and the Future of Europe. with our partner institutions Kunsthalle Wien, Brunnenpassage and Filmmuseum. Their durational performance starts out as a discussion about the political situation in their  Since February 2018 the discursive series "Political Futures" at Kunsthalle Wien has been discussing the role of the future between the poles of art and politics together with international participants. Curator and writer Simon Rees (*1972) has recently returned to Vienna and was formerly director of New Zealand’s contemporary art museum, prior to which he was head of programming and development at the MAK. The talk is part of the discursive series Political Futures that questions the role of the future between the poles of art and politics.

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At its two locations – at the MuseumsQuartier and Karlsplatz – visitors find not only exciting works of contemporary art but opportunities to engage actively with current and socio-political themes. The Kunsthalle Wien sees itself as a place of experimentation, perpetual motion, and change, developing innovative exhibition and communication formats to further its aims. Investigative Architecture as a Tool for Political Intervention Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, Germany

Search for: We’re closed. DE EN Images courtesy of Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier. Press Release: Political Populism is the extremely populist title for an exhibition which aims to critically question this phenomenon through artistic means. The exhibition was not designed to present a picture of the cultural and historical development of populist tendencies but instead gathers over twenty international artists’ works and Photography: Stephan Wyckoff, i mages copyright and courtesy of the artists and Kunsthalle Wien. Note: Exhibition booklet can be found here. Not only is political populism on the rise, but it is also making much stronger use of pop culture and artistic methods and aesthetics than in earlier years. … of bread, wine, cars, security and peace is the first exhibition WHW have curated since taking over the directorship of Kunsthalle Wien. This international group show is intended to provide an idea of the collective’s artistic and political interests, and to present some of the many artists who have inspired their work over the years. Political Futures Talks / Photo: Kunsthalle Wien 2018 At the Lenbachhaus in Munich, Matthias Mühling presides over an institution that was founded in the spirit of an enlightened middle class, a fundamental difference to the aristocratic, elitist heritage on which state museums are built. im Rahmen von Political Futures, Kunsthalle Wien. Montag, 07. Jänner 2019. 19:00. Auditorium. Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien Vordere Zollamtsstr. 7 1030 Wien. Organisiert von. Eva Kernbauer, Kunstgeschichte und FWF Projekt „A Matter of Historicity“, P 27877-G26 & Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien. im Rahmen von Political Futures, Kunsthalle Wien. Organisiert von Eva Kernbauer, Kunstgeschichte und FWF Projekt „A Matter of Historicity“, P 27877-G26 & Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien. Political Futures – Kunsthalle Wien . Reflections on photography as a medium of resistance and as a resistant medium.