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Vortrag
Mo
15
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Vortrag
Di
16
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Vortrag
Mi
17
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
LVA Event
Do
18
11:00
Die Geste der Stilllegung. Eine Option für Widerstand?
Do, 18. Januar
11:00 - 11:45
Praterstern (zwischen FLUC und U-Bahnhof), 1020 Wien
 

Performances im Rahmen des künstlerischen Projektes

Die Geste der Stilllegung.
Eine Option für Widerstand?

 

 

Zeit: 18.01.2018, 11:00–11:45 Uhr
Ort: Zwischen FLUC und U-Bahnhof am Praterstern, 1020 Wien

 

 

Drei Kurzperformances, die sich auf die  „Geste“ – ein bescheidenes Mittel – konzentrieren, betreten, benutzen und nehmen den Raum ein, der sich am konkreten Ort vor FLUC und Pratersternbahnhof entwickelt. 

 

Die "Geste" soll aktiv als Möglichkeit eines stillen Widerstands exploriert werden. Ähnlich wie das Lachen in ausweglosen Situationen als letztes Mittel des Widerstands praktiziert wird, kann auch das aktive Lahmlegen oder die Entschleunigung als Zurücknahme - entgegen offensiver aktivistischer Formen - genutzt werden, um Veränderungen anzuregen. – Ein „fast unmögliches Projekt“ – wie Claudia Bosse die „Explosion der Stille“ beschreibt.

 
 
Vortrag
Do
18
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Vortrag
Fr
19
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Vortrag
Sa
20
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Vortrag
So
21
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Vortrag
Mo
22
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Ausstellung
Di
23
19:00
The Platform#City. Disruptive Technologies, Innovation Hubs and the Passion Economy.

We would like to invite you to the exhibition and discussion 

The Platform#City

   Disruptive Technologies,
   Innovation Hubs and
   the Passion Economy


with 
Maren Richter


Time: 23.1.2018, 19:00 Uhr
Location: Nordbahn-Halle, Leystraße/Taborstraße, 1020 Wien

As the composition of economic growth has now shifted toward knowledge-based creative ventures (cloud-based software, social media, mobile applications, etc.), cities around the world are outcompeting each other to attract a strong talent pool of young creatives and innovators in the hope that venture capital will follow in their wake, resulting in crops of fast-growing companies. Successful campaigns often include the invention of new architectural typologies evoking notions of co-working and co-living to suggest a febrile atmosphere of creativity and entrepreneurship. Revolving around „urban rooms“, communal spaces and pop-up entertainment, these new architectures focus on the creation of fluid circulation and meeting spaces so that the incoming human capital (millennials and tech professionals) can be „put to work“ -interacting and exchanging with investment patrons, clients, customers and peers alike.

Students in the module programme „Visuelle Kultur“ at TU Wien have addressed this new form of speculative urbanism from a range of different theoretical and practical perspectives. Interrogating ongoing shifts in political thinking, economic frameworks, global connectivity, communication channels, cultural aspirations, as well as building technologies and architectural practices they have created multi-dimensional mappings that seek to make tangible the plurality of actors, forces and ideas involved in realizing the „Platform City“.

Maren Richter will guide through the exhibition, discussing connections between students works and her own critical practice.

 

Works by: Rupert Amann, Ludovica Battista, Dominik Breitfuß, Nikola Chytil, Alexander Grüner, Nora Schuppler-Helf, Georg Hofbauer, Maximilian Holl, Lauren Janko, Tereza Konasova, Jakob Reider, Hugo Rosenlund, Vezi Rukiye, Michael Rylko, Nura Sehovic, Lisa Wachholder, Koroglu Yusuf


Maren Richter is a curator, art critic and researcher based in Austria. She co-initiated the
collaborative project “Grammar of Urgencies”, currently focusing on “Fleeting Territories”, and is the curator of ECOC Valletta 2018 in Malta.

 

http://visuelle-kultur.net

  

in Kooperation mit der "Nordbahn-Halle" als Teil des F&E Projektes "Mischung: Nordbahnhof"



 

 
 
Vortrag
Di
23
19:00
The Platform#City. Disruptive Technologies, Innovation Hubs and the Passion Economy.

We would like to invite you to the exhibition and discussion 

The Platform#City

   Disruptive Technologies,
   Innovation Hubs and
   the Passion Economy


with 
Maren Richter


Time: 23.1.2018, 19:00 Uhr
Location: Nordbahn-Halle, Leystraße/Taborstraße, 1020 Wien

As the composition of economic growth has now shifted toward knowledge-based creative ventures (cloud-based software, social media, mobile applications, etc.), cities around the world are outcompeting each other to attract a strong talent pool of young creatives and innovators in the hope that venture capital will follow in their wake, resulting in crops of fast-growing companies. Successful campaigns often include the invention of new architectural typologies evoking notions of co-working and co-living to suggest a febrile atmosphere of creativity and entrepreneurship. Revolving around „urban rooms“, communal spaces and pop-up entertainment, these new architectures focus on the creation of fluid circulation and meeting spaces so that the incoming human capital (millennials and tech professionals) can be „put to work“ -interacting and exchanging with investment patrons, clients, customers and peers alike.

Students in the module programme „Visuelle Kultur“ at TU Wien have addressed this new form of speculative urbanism from a range of different theoretical and practical perspectives. Interrogating ongoing shifts in political thinking, economic frameworks, global connectivity, communication channels, cultural aspirations, as well as building technologies and architectural practices they have created multi-dimensional mappings that seek to make tangible the plurality of actors, forces and ideas involved in realizing the „Platform City“.

Maren Richter will guide through the exhibition, discussing connections between students works and her own critical practice.

 

Works by: Rupert Amann, Ludovica Battista, Dominik Breitfuß, Nikola Chytil, Alexander Grüner, Nora Schuppler-Helf, Georg Hofbauer, Maximilian Holl, Lauren Janko, Tereza Konasova, Jakob Reider, Hugo Rosenlund, Vezi Rukiye, Michael Rylko, Nura Sehovic, Lisa Wachholder, Koroglu Yusuf


Maren Richter is a curator, art critic and researcher based in Austria. She co-initiated the
collaborative project “Grammar of Urgencies”, currently focusing on “Fleeting Territories”, and is the curator of ECOC Valletta 2018 in Malta.

 

http://visuelle-kultur.net

  

in Kooperation mit der "Nordbahn-Halle" als Teil des F&E Projektes "Mischung: Nordbahnhof"



 

 
 
 
 
 
Vortrag
Mo
15
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
Vortrag
Di
16
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
Vortrag
Mi
17
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
LVA Event
Do
18
11:00
Die Geste der Stilllegung. Eine Option für Widerstand?
Do, 18. Januar
11:00 - 11:45
Praterstern (zwischen FLUC und U-Bahnhof), 1020 Wien
 

Performances im Rahmen des künstlerischen Projektes

Die Geste der Stilllegung.
Eine Option für Widerstand?

 

 

Zeit: 18.01.2018, 11:00–11:45 Uhr
Ort: Zwischen FLUC und U-Bahnhof am Praterstern, 1020 Wien

 

 

Drei Kurzperformances, die sich auf die  „Geste“ – ein bescheidenes Mittel – konzentrieren, betreten, benutzen und nehmen den Raum ein, der sich am konkreten Ort vor FLUC und Pratersternbahnhof entwickelt. 

 

Die "Geste" soll aktiv als Möglichkeit eines stillen Widerstands exploriert werden. Ähnlich wie das Lachen in ausweglosen Situationen als letztes Mittel des Widerstands praktiziert wird, kann auch das aktive Lahmlegen oder die Entschleunigung als Zurücknahme - entgegen offensiver aktivistischer Formen - genutzt werden, um Veränderungen anzuregen. – Ein „fast unmögliches Projekt“ – wie Claudia Bosse die „Explosion der Stille“ beschreibt.

 
 
Vortrag
Do
18
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
Vortrag
Fr
19
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
Vortrag
Sa
20
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
Vortrag
So
21
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
Vortrag
Mo
22
19:00
Ignacio Valero / Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.
Mo, 15. Januar
19:00 - 21:00
 

Lecture Video


The video of Ignacio Valeros lecture (12.12.2017 / SR ARG) on

Emotariat Burnout, Climate Change, and the Neoliberal Flat Earth: An EcoDomics Critique.

is now online:

https://vimeo.com/251146278

 

 

 

 

The present condition – the Emotariat – of emotional exploitation of precarious workers and citizens, subject to the impulses of neoliberal globalization with it´s impacts on social inequality, techno-fetishistic consumerism, ecological destruction, populism, deepening angst etc., asks for a variety of ways and strategies to respond to and resist.

What if instead of this "globalization" in the midst of conflict we are afflicted by today, we could recuperate and update some aspects of that geo-cultural sensibility, through an ecumene that is rooted in oikos, via a creative practice: the Aesthetics of the Commons?

Ignacio Valero´s concept of EcoDomics as a proposed art of living and making (in) common(s), searches for a new aesthetic(s) of the common(s), connecting ecology, economy, technology, politics, and subjectivity, through a transversal genealogy and practice: oikos, koinos and aisthesis, or, eco, common(s) and aesthetic(s).  

 

/

 

Ignacio Valero has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and is associate professor of humanities and sciences at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. He is currently in Vienna as professorial research fellow for the FWF research project Data{Publics} and lecturer at the Visual Culture Unit at the Institute of Art and Design, TUW.

 

 

 

 
 
Ausstellung
Di
23
19:00
The Platform#City. Disruptive Technologies, Innovation Hubs and the Passion Economy.

We would like to invite you to the exhibition and discussion 

The Platform#City

   Disruptive Technologies,
   Innovation Hubs and
   the Passion Economy


with 
Maren Richter


Time: 23.1.2018, 19:00 Uhr
Location: Nordbahn-Halle, Leystraße/Taborstraße, 1020 Wien

As the composition of economic growth has now shifted toward knowledge-based creative ventures (cloud-based software, social media, mobile applications, etc.), cities around the world are outcompeting each other to attract a strong talent pool of young creatives and innovators in the hope that venture capital will follow in their wake, resulting in crops of fast-growing companies. Successful campaigns often include the invention of new architectural typologies evoking notions of co-working and co-living to suggest a febrile atmosphere of creativity and entrepreneurship. Revolving around „urban rooms“, communal spaces and pop-up entertainment, these new architectures focus on the creation of fluid circulation and meeting spaces so that the incoming human capital (millennials and tech professionals) can be „put to work“ -interacting and exchanging with investment patrons, clients, customers and peers alike.

Students in the module programme „Visuelle Kultur“ at TU Wien have addressed this new form of speculative urbanism from a range of different theoretical and practical perspectives. Interrogating ongoing shifts in political thinking, economic frameworks, global connectivity, communication channels, cultural aspirations, as well as building technologies and architectural practices they have created multi-dimensional mappings that seek to make tangible the plurality of actors, forces and ideas involved in realizing the „Platform City“.

Maren Richter will guide through the exhibition, discussing connections between students works and her own critical practice.

 

Works by: Rupert Amann, Ludovica Battista, Dominik Breitfuß, Nikola Chytil, Alexander Grüner, Nora Schuppler-Helf, Georg Hofbauer, Maximilian Holl, Lauren Janko, Tereza Konasova, Jakob Reider, Hugo Rosenlund, Vezi Rukiye, Michael Rylko, Nura Sehovic, Lisa Wachholder, Koroglu Yusuf


Maren Richter is a curator, art critic and researcher based in Austria. She co-initiated the
collaborative project “Grammar of Urgencies”, currently focusing on “Fleeting Territories”, and is the curator of ECOC Valletta 2018 in Malta.

 

http://visuelle-kultur.net

  

in Kooperation mit der "Nordbahn-Halle" als Teil des F&E Projektes "Mischung: Nordbahnhof"



 

 
 
Vortrag
Di
23
19:00
The Platform#City. Disruptive Technologies, Innovation Hubs and the Passion Economy.

We would like to invite you to the exhibition and discussion 

The Platform#City

   Disruptive Technologies,
   Innovation Hubs and
   the Passion Economy


with 
Maren Richter


Time: 23.1.2018, 19:00 Uhr
Location: Nordbahn-Halle, Leystraße/Taborstraße, 1020 Wien

As the composition of economic growth has now shifted toward knowledge-based creative ventures (cloud-based software, social media, mobile applications, etc.), cities around the world are outcompeting each other to attract a strong talent pool of young creatives and innovators in the hope that venture capital will follow in their wake, resulting in crops of fast-growing companies. Successful campaigns often include the invention of new architectural typologies evoking notions of co-working and co-living to suggest a febrile atmosphere of creativity and entrepreneurship. Revolving around „urban rooms“, communal spaces and pop-up entertainment, these new architectures focus on the creation of fluid circulation and meeting spaces so that the incoming human capital (millennials and tech professionals) can be „put to work“ -interacting and exchanging with investment patrons, clients, customers and peers alike.

Students in the module programme „Visuelle Kultur“ at TU Wien have addressed this new form of speculative urbanism from a range of different theoretical and practical perspectives. Interrogating ongoing shifts in political thinking, economic frameworks, global connectivity, communication channels, cultural aspirations, as well as building technologies and architectural practices they have created multi-dimensional mappings that seek to make tangible the plurality of actors, forces and ideas involved in realizing the „Platform City“.

Maren Richter will guide through the exhibition, discussing connections between students works and her own critical practice.

 

Works by: Rupert Amann, Ludovica Battista, Dominik Breitfuß, Nikola Chytil, Alexander Grüner, Nora Schuppler-Helf, Georg Hofbauer, Maximilian Holl, Lauren Janko, Tereza Konasova, Jakob Reider, Hugo Rosenlund, Vezi Rukiye, Michael Rylko, Nura Sehovic, Lisa Wachholder, Koroglu Yusuf


Maren Richter is a curator, art critic and researcher based in Austria. She co-initiated the
collaborative project “Grammar of Urgencies”, currently focusing on “Fleeting Territories”, and is the curator of ECOC Valletta 2018 in Malta.

 

http://visuelle-kultur.net

  

in Kooperation mit der "Nordbahn-Halle" als Teil des F&E Projektes "Mischung: Nordbahnhof"



 

 
 


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LVA Event
Mo
8
14:00
Entwerfen Setting_ Faltwand
 
Mo, 8. Oktober
14:00 - 01:00
Seminarraum 1, Karlsgasse 11
 

Setting_ Faltwand (Stehgreifentwerfen)


 
Folke Köbberling (Köbberling/ Kaltwasser)
Paul Rajakovics (Abt. Wohnbau/ 253/2)
Prof. Christine Hohenbüchler (Inst. Für Kunst und Gestaltung 1)
Barbara Holub (Inst. Für Kunst und Gestaltung 1)


 
SETTING - FALTWAND für das internationale Symposium “planned /unplanned” das im November 2012 im Kontaktraum in der Gusshausstrasse stattfindet, werden in dem von der Künstlerin Folke Köbberling (Köbberling/Kaltwasser, Berlin) geleiteten Blockseminar „Faltwand“ temporäre Wände untersucht, konzipiert und dann für den Veranstaltungsraum gebaut. Ausgangspunkt ist eine einzigartige Holzwand, die sich schon in dem Raum befindet. Mit der Setzung von temporären Wänden werden neue Raumsituationen für die Workshops während des Symposiums entstehen. Ziel ist es über konzeptuelles und handwerkliches Arbeiten einen gemeinsamen räumlichen Entwurf und dessen 1:1 Umsetzung in kurzer Zeit zu erlangen. Neben der Konzeption einer innerräumlichen Situation soll das praktische Arbeiten am Material erfahren werden.



Konzeption/ erstes Treffen: 8.10, 14:00 Karlsgasse 11, Seminarraum 1)
                    zweites Treffen: 11.Oktober 2012, 18.00 Karlsgasse11, Seminarraum 2


                    Intensivworkshop:  12.11-17.11.2012 in der Karlsgasse 11, Seminarraum 1
 

 
 
LVA Event
Mi
10
14:00
Modul integrale Kommunikation
 
Mi, 10. Oktober
14:00 - 01:00
Seminarraum1, Karlsgasse 11
 

Modul integrale Kommunikation "pop up Lokal"

details

 
 
LVA Event
Do
11
10:00
Scheinwerfer III
 
Do, 11. Oktober
10:00 - 15:00
 

Entwicklung einer eigenständigen gestalterischen Ausdrucksweise, kennenlernen unterschiedlicher zeitgenössischer Strategien im Umgang mit ( sozialem-öffentlichen-filmischem-architektonischem...) Raum, mögliche Präsentationen im Architektur- und Kunstkontext.

 

 

 

Einführung: 11.10. 2012 um 10.00 in der Karlsgasse Seminarraum 2

 

 

 

 

siehe details

 
 
LVA Event
Mo
15
10:00
Foto- und videografische Recherche- und Dokumentationsmethoden
 
Mo, 15. Oktober
10:00 - 01:00
Karlsgasse 11, Seminarraum 1
 

Lehrveranstaltung im Rahmen des Modules

 

"Integrale Kommunikation und Visualisierung"

VU 2h

 

Einführung Montag 15.10.2012 10:00

 

Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung, Seminarraum 1, Karlsgasse 11

 

 

 

 

 
 
LVA Event
Mo
15
15:00
Ue subjektive Räume
 
Mo, 15. Oktober
15:00 - 01:00
Seminarraum 1, Karlsgasse 11
 

Übung subjektive Räume

2012w

 

Einführung: 15.10.2012

 

Seminarraum 1, Karlsgasse 11

details

 
 
LVA Event
Di
23
15:00
VU Daten und Information
 
Di, 23. Oktober
15:00 - 01:00
Karlsgasse 11, Seminarraum 2
 

Vorlesung und Übung im Rahmen des Modules

 

"Integrale Kommunikation und Visualisierung"

 

Einführung: Dienstag 23.10.2012 15:00-17:00

Seminarraum 2, Karlsgasse 11

 

 

// Termine
Einführung zur VO und UE: Di  

15:00 - 17:00 23.10.2012    SEM 2, Karlsgasse 11, Halbstock

 


VO: Introduction to Otto Neurath and Information Design

Di    15:00 - 17:00 06.11.2012    SEM 3, Karlsgasse 11, 2. Stock

 


VO: E. Tufte Envisioning Information // UE: erste Besprechung Di   

15:00 - 17:00 20.11.2012    SEM 2, Karlsgasse 11, Halbstock

 


VO: Daten-Typologien und Darstellung ‚from tree to network‘

Di15:00 - 17:00 04.12.2012    SEM 3, Karlsgasse 11, 2. Stock

 


UE: Review (Jänner 2013)

Di    15:00 - 17:00 11.12.2012    SEM 3, Karlsgasse 11, 2. Stock

 
 
 


 
LVA Event
Di
13
16:30
SchachSimultan mit Judit Polgar
 
Di, 13. November
16:30 - 22:00
 

di. 13. nov. 2012,

17.30 WiEn muSEum KarlSPlatZ,

atrium,1040 WiEn Eintritt frEi!

 

Im rahmen der sonderausstellung „spiele der stadt“ gibt Judit Polgar, stärkste großmeisterin der Welt, ein schachsimultan gegen 25 gegner.
ab 16.30 eröffnet auch ein schachcafé im Museum: es kann schach gespielt und mit starken Meistern (u.a. gM david shengelia und IM andreas dückstein) analysiert werden. alle schachspielerInnen sind herzlich willkommen!


und man kann etwas gewinnen: Wer das folgende Preisrätsel löst, nimmt an der Verlosung teil. den Lösungszug und namen eintra- gen (oder beides auf einem Zettel notieren) und bis 17.15 im Wien Museum abgeben. Zu gewinnen sind drei Plätze beim simultan und mehrere Buchpreise.

 
 
LVA Event
Fr
30
09:00
It's your turn - TAKE OVER
 
Fr, 30. November
09:00 - 11:34
 

 

LINK ZUM FILM >hier<

Kurzfilm zur Impulswoche "technik bewegt" der Initiative Baulkulturvermittlung zu den Aufgaben der ZiviltechnikerInnen. Kulisse für diesen Kurzfilm bilden zwei Orte: die sich in Bau befindende Revisionshalle der U-Bahnlinie U2 in der Seestadt Aspern und das Heizhaus in Strasshof.

"Am Bahnsteig 3 Richtung Städteplanung sind massive Umbaumaßnahmen im Gange. Wir bitten sie mit Vorsicht und Nachhaltigkeit an die geänderten Ziele heranzugehen ... Nehmen sie keine Rücksicht auf vorgefertigte Überzeugungen und lösen sie sich von althergebrachten Vorstellungen. Ergreifen sie Eigeninitiative."

In der Lehrveranstaltung Künstlerisches Projekt "sequencing architecture and building film" haben Architektur-Studierende am Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1 der TU Wien einen filmischen Teaser für die Impulswoche Technik bewegt -- eine Veranstaltung der Initiative Baukulturvermittlung -- erarbeitet, um mit diesem bei jungen Menschen die Lust auf technische Berufe zu wecken.

Projektleitung und Film:
Karin MACHER und Renate STUEFER (setting^up)
Räume Bilden (www.raeumebilden.aspace.at)

Eine Kooperation der TU Wien und Filmakademie Wien

Mit Projekten von:
Mariacher Susanne
Mikes Magdalene
Christof Mathes
Olczykowski Patrick
Tugyan Ertürk
Lisa Mattanovich & Schneebacher Sophia
Carl Auböck & Stefanie Rumpler

Unterstützt von:
Sylvia Putz-Macher, Daniel Chamier, Dietmar Hollenstein

Musik: Jonnie White

Die Impulswoche "technik bewegt" ist eine Veranstaltung der
Initiative Baukulturvermittlung für junge Menschen und findet von 5. bis 9. November österreichweit statt.
www.baukulturvermittlung.at

Unterstützt von
Kammern der Architekten und Ingenieurkonsulenten

Gefördert von
Bundesministerium für Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur

Weitere Partner
Wiener Linien
Heizhaus Strasshof
proHolz

Wien, November 2012

 
 
 


 
LVA Event
Mi
19
17:00
Schlusspräsentation Modul VISUELLE KULTUR
 
Mi, 19. Dezember
17:00 - 21:00
 

Präsentation aller Abschlussarbeiten des Modulprogramms VISUELLE KULTUR

 

Mittwoch, 19. Dezember 2012, 17-19 Uhr

Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung
Seminarraum 2
4. Karlsgasse 11, Mezzanin

www.visuelle-kultur.net

 
 
 


 
Ausstellung
Sa
6
14:00
Finissage Landart
 
Sa, 6. Oktober
14:00 - 01:00
Knofelebene
 

 

LANDART

auf der Knofelebene

info : landart.tuwien.ac.at


15. Juni bis 6. Oktober 2012
Finnissage : 6. Oktober 14.00 Uhr Naturfreundehaus Knofeleben

Im Gebiet um das Naturfreundehaus Knofeleben werden von Studierenden der Technischen Universität Wien - Studienrichtung Architektur - landschafts- bezogene Gestaltungen konzeptionell entwickelt und vor Ort realisiert. Die Interventionen reflektieren unterschiedliche Fragestellungen im Spannungsfeld zwischen Gesellschaft, Kunst und Landschaft, zwischen dem Ort und seinem Charakter.

 
 
Ausstellung
Mi
17
19:00
Auf der Strecke geblieben
 
Mi, 17. Oktober
19:00 - 01:00
Fluc Wanne
 

Einladung zur Präsentation

Auf der Strecke geblieben
Mi, 17.11.2012, 19:00

In der Kubatur des Kabinetts - der Kunstsalon im Fluc
// FLUC Wanne

 
 
 


 
Tagung
Fr
19
00:00
Internationales Symposium
 
Fr, 19. Oktober
00:00 - 00:00
 

Internationales Symposium

Architektur- und Baukulturvermittlung für junge Menschen

19. und 20. Oktober 2012

 

eine Kooperation der 13. Mostra Internazionale die Architettura, la Biennale di Venezia

und dem Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1 

 
 
Tagung
Sa
20
00:00
Internationales Symposium
 
Fr, 19. Oktober
00:00 - 00:00
 

Internationales Symposium

Architektur- und Baukulturvermittlung für junge Menschen

19. und 20. Oktober 2012

 

eine Kooperation der 13. Mostra Internazionale die Architettura, la Biennale di Venezia

und dem Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1 

 
 
 


 
Tagung
Mo
19
00:00
Symposium - planning unplanned
 
Mo, 19. November
00:00 - 00:00
 

Symposium Planning Unplanned

 

Registrierung
Die Teilnahme am Symposium ist kostenlos. Da die Plätze begrenzt sind, wird aber um Anmeldung gebeten unter: conference(a)urban-matters.org

 

19.-20. November 2012

 

 

details

 
 
Tagung
Di
20
00:00
Symposium - planning unplanned
 
Mo, 19. November
00:00 - 00:00
 

Symposium Planning Unplanned

 

Registrierung
Die Teilnahme am Symposium ist kostenlos. Da die Plätze begrenzt sind, wird aber um Anmeldung gebeten unter: conference(a)urban-matters.org

 

19.-20. November 2012

 

 

details

 
 
Tagung
Di
20
14:25
International Symposium
 
Di, 20. November
14:25 - 14:00
 

 

International Symposium Languages and Pictures

22. - 24. November

 

 

Multimodal Approaches to Heteroglossic Biographies

 

Venue:

Österreichische Forschungsstiftung für Internationale Entwicklung, Sensengasse 3, 1090 Wien, Alois Wagner-Saal

 

>details<

 

 

 
 
Tagung
Mi
21
14:25
International Symposium
 
Di, 20. November
14:25 - 14:00
 

 

International Symposium Languages and Pictures

22. - 24. November

 

 

Multimodal Approaches to Heteroglossic Biographies

 

Venue:

Österreichische Forschungsstiftung für Internationale Entwicklung, Sensengasse 3, 1090 Wien, Alois Wagner-Saal

 

>details<

 

 

 
 
Tagung
Do
22
14:25
International Symposium
 
Di, 20. November
14:25 - 14:00
 

 

International Symposium Languages and Pictures

22. - 24. November

 

 

Multimodal Approaches to Heteroglossic Biographies

 

Venue:

Österreichische Forschungsstiftung für Internationale Entwicklung, Sensengasse 3, 1090 Wien, Alois Wagner-Saal

 

>details<

 

 

 
 
Tagung
Fr
23
14:25
International Symposium
 
Di, 20. November
14:25 - 14:00
 

 

International Symposium Languages and Pictures

22. - 24. November

 

 

Multimodal Approaches to Heteroglossic Biographies

 

Venue:

Österreichische Forschungsstiftung für Internationale Entwicklung, Sensengasse 3, 1090 Wien, Alois Wagner-Saal

 

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Tagung
Sa
24
14:25
International Symposium
 
Di, 20. November
14:25 - 14:00
 

 

International Symposium Languages and Pictures

22. - 24. November

 

 

Multimodal Approaches to Heteroglossic Biographies

 

Venue:

Österreichische Forschungsstiftung für Internationale Entwicklung, Sensengasse 3, 1090 Wien, Alois Wagner-Saal

 

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Vortrag
Di
27
17:00
Einladung zu Vorträgen
 
Di, 27. November
17:00 - 23:00
 

Einladung zu Vorträgen

 

Das Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung (Modul Visuelle Kultur) lädt zu zwei Vorträgen mit anschließender Diskussion im Rahmen des Seminars und der Ausstellung Spiele der Stadt (Wien Museum) ein:


Robert Pfaller: Wie frei macht Stadtluft? – Philosophie und Spiel

Andreas Tönnesmann: Stadtutopien – Architektur und Spiel


Dienstag 27. November 2012, 17.00 Uhr

 

Wien Museum Karlsplatz (Vortragssaal)

 

Eintritt frei!

 


Robert Pfaller ist Univ- Prof. für Philosophie an der Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien.

 

Andreas Tönnesmann ist Univ.-Prof. für Kunst- und Architekturgeschichte an der ETH Zürich.

 

 
 
 


 
Vortrag
Di
11
17:00
Vortrag Ulrich Schädler und Manfred Zollinger
 
Di, 11. Dezember
17:00 - 22:00
 

Ulrich Schädler: Von alten und vergessenen Spielen. Archäologie und Spiel

Manfred Zollinger: Vom Lotto und den Orten des kleinen Glücks. Sozialgeschichte und Spiel

 

Vorträge und Diskussion im Rahmen des Seminars und der Ausstellung Spiele der Stadt (Wien Museum)

 

Dienstag 11. Dezember 2012, 17.00 Uhr

Wien Museum Karlsplatz (Vortragssaal)

 

 

Ulrich Schädler ist Direktor des Schweizer Spielemuseums in La-Tour-de-Peilz.

Manfred Zollinger ist Lektor am Institut für Wirtschaftsgeschichte an der WU Wien.


 
 
Vortrag
Do
13
18:30
Vortrag Magic Christian und Max Edelbacher
 
Do, 13. Dezember
18:30 - 22:00
 

Vortrag und Diskussion im Rahmen des Seminars und der Ausstellung Spiele der Stadt (Wien Museum):

 

Magic Christian und Max Edelbacher: Korrigiertes Glück – Verbrechen und Spiel

(Moderation: Brigitte Felderer)

 

Donnerstag 13. Dezember 2012, 18.30

Wien Museum Karlsplatz (Vortragssaal)

 

 

Magic Christian, Zauberkünstler und mehrfacher Weltmeister in der Sparte Manipulation.

Max Edelbacher, Kriminalist, langjähriger Leiter des Wiener Sicherheitsbüros.

Brigitte Felderer, Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien, Kuratorin der Ausstellung „Spiele der Stadt“

 
 
 


 
 
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