Public Program

TUESDAY, 29 JUNE 2021 – FRIDAY, 2 JULY 2021

Are we there yet? (1)


11 a.m.–8 p.m. / Flux 2, Vordere Zollamtstraße 7, 1030 Wien

TUESDAY, 29. JUNI 2021

Performative Press Conference: Already designed? (2)

Lecture Performance and Videoinstallation

1–2 p.m. / Georg-Coch-Platz, 1010 Vienna
What can equitable social inclusion in Austria look like? What is the importance of access to knowledge and education? What role does language play? In a public performance staged as a press conference, various speakers will call for change and share their visions for education that offers equal opportunities for all. The filmed press conference will be exhibited as part of a research installation in Flux 2.

In cooperation with Ali Dönmez (Initiative “Lasst Kinder gemeinsam lernen!”), Samuel Mago (Hochschüler*innenschaft Österreichischer Roma and Romnja), Rubia Salgado (maiz/das kollektiv) and Katharina Tyran (Kroatisches Zentrum Wien).

Guided Artist Talk with Julia Fuchs (3)

4–5 p.m. / Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz, 1010 Vienna
Why is it so important to deal with nude art? 
Why are women and men observed differently in Western culture and art history?
These are only a few questions that artist Julia Fuchs deals with in her work. Together with the artist we are going to question the past as well as discuss its impact on today’s society.

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Kritzelprotest. Die Macht der Wortlosigkeit. (4)

Workshop and Collective Action in Public Space

3:30–7 p.m. / Zirkusgasse 38, 1020 Vienna
As part of her project “Power to the Unspoken”, artist Fanni Futterknecht calls for a collective act in public space that reflects on the action and rhetoric of demonstration and protest. The public act is initialized by a workshop conceived as a collective thinking factory in an attempt to dissolve rhetorical content and translate it into an abstract language. What cannot be put into words can be drawn.

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Knowledge Lab: Already tested? (5)

Exhibition Wall and Mediation Platform

1–5 p.m. / Georg-Coch-Platz, 1010 Vienna
An interactive exhibition format invites visitors to engage with questions about knowledge, education and language and to develop possibilities for action through joint dialogue. The testing station offers the opportunity to examine one’s own level of knowledge. Findings from the testing station will be carried into the research installation.

Workshops with Thomas Fritz (Netzwerk SprachenRechte, and Daphne Nechyba.


Hast du schon mal daran gedacht? (6)

Performative Tour

1 p.m. / Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz, 1010 Vienna
Interactive, guided body painting with mirabella paidamwoyo* dziruni (Queer Museum Vienna) exploring physicalness and body movement.

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Donaukanal Partitur (7)

Open Discussion

6 p.m. / Freda-Meissner-Blau Promenade – Salztorbrücke, 1010 Vienna 
In an open discussion on the Viennese Donaukanal, Gabu Heindl and Susan Kraupp will highlight the possibilities of a „Non-Building Plan” of the Donaukanal and point out the creative power of planning and its importance for the public. The format aims to inform and invites interactive education and an open discussion.

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Macht Platz! (8.a-d)

City-Walk about Public Space

4 p.m. / Oskar Kokoschka-Platz, 1010 Vienna
Questions of distribution and use of public spaces are asked in the surroundings of the University for Applied Arts. At the different stations, artists, members of activist groups and spatial planners will talk about current problems and advocate their demands.
Also accessible as an individual walk with a cell phone. At the stations: Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz, Urania, Weißgerberlände Höhe Kegelgasse, Landstraßer Hauptstraße 13, Dr.-Karl-Lueger-Platz.

With activists of Elsa Plainacher Kollektiv and Platz für Wien

Fresh Fish (9)

Participative Situation by Anna Paul at the Viennese Donaukanal

5–8 p.m. / Freda-Meissner-Blau Promenade – Salztorbrücke, 1010 Vienna
Who owns the Viennese Donaukanal? How can it be used? And what does it hold in store? In a participatory situation by the artist Anna Paul we get in touch with a place and its users. Its decoding and appropriation becomes a collective experience: fresh fish included.

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