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Vortrag
Do
16
17:00
Vortrag: Einkauf mit Kalaschnikow - Die weibliche Perspektive auf den Dschihad
Do, 16. November
17:00 - 01:00
Mobiles Stadtlabor in Neu Marx, Karl-Farkas-Gasse 1, 1030 Wien
 

Einladung zu Vortrag und Diskussion


Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen!

 

Im Rahmen des Lehr- und Forschungsprojekts "DISPLACED" (Harather/Stuefer, Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1, TU Wien) arbeiten Architekturstudierende mit Asylsuchenden seit Herbst 2015 an sozialräumlichen und kunstbasierten Gestaltungen zum Thema Flucht-Raum-Bildung.
Mit begleitenden Veranstaltungen werden unterschiedliche themenrelevante Perspektiven zur Diskussion gestellt, um auch Interessierte aus anderen (Fach-)Bereichen anzusprechen und die transdisziplinäre und interkulturelle Vernetzung zu stärken:

 

 


Do 16.11.2017 | 17:00 h

Mobiles Stadtlabor in Neu Marx, Karl-Farkas-Gasse 1, 1030 Wien


Dr. Eliane Ettmüller (Heidelberger Centrum für Transkulturelle Studien)

 

 

Einkauf mit Kalaschnikow - Die weibliche Perspektive auf den Dschihad

 

 

Dieser Vortrag wird Einblicke gewähren in die Frauen betreffenden Aspekte der extremistischen und dschihadistischen Ideologie: 

 

Die Ideologie, die zur Errichtung eines idealen islamischen Staates aufruft, weist den Frauen eine klar definierte und unverzichtbare Rolle zu. Berichte über Kleidungs- und Bewegungseinschränkungen sowie Polygamie und Sklavenhaltung scheinen in einem demokratisch und emanzipatorisch orientierten europäischen Kontext wenig einladend. Dennoch zeigten jüngste empirische Studien, dass sich unter den Personen, die aus Europa ins Konfliktgebiet nach Syrien und in den Irak reisten, um sich dschihadistischen Organisationen anzuschließen, tatsächlich um die zwanzig Prozent Frauen befanden. Und nicht nur Europäerinnen ließen sich dafür begeistern, die IS-Frauenkompanie al-Khansa', bewaffnet und mit einem eigenen Medienarm ausgestattet, lockte Migrantinnen vor allem aus Saudi-Arabien mit einem fast emanzipatorisch anmutenden Diskurs zu sich. Sowohl diese als auch die Brautwerber, die Mädchen aus Europa ins IS-Kalifat lockten, erfanden dabei nichts Neues, sondern faszinierten ihre Anhängerinnen mit der tatsächlichen Umsetzung einer seit Jahrzehnten weltweit gepredigten Ideologie.

 

Dr. Eliane Ettmüller studierte Politik- und Religionswissenschaften in Genf und in Madrid.
2006 erhielt sie ein staatliches Stipendium für angehende ProfessorInnen an der Fakultät für Politikwissenschaft und Soziologie, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Gleichzeitig absolvierte sie den Postgraduierten-Kurs für Politik- und Verfassungswissenschaften am Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales.
Promotion an der Universität Heidelberg im Fach Islamwissenschaft.
Bereits während ihrer Studien- und Promotionszeit verbrachte sie fast zwei Jahre in Ägypten, wo sie die arabische Sprache erlernte und nach ihrer Promotion an einem Dokumentarfilmprojekt für al-Jazeera mitarbeitete. Danach diente sie als Delegierte dem Internationalen Komitee vom Roten Kreuz in Jordanien, Genf und Uruguay. Vom 1. November 2015 bis 30. April 2016 leitete sie für das Wiener Rote Kreuz die Flüchtlingsunterkunft Vordere Zollamtsstraße 7 in Wien.
Zurück an der Universität Heidelberg forscht sie nun wieder zu Themen des islamischen Extremismus, denen sie sich seit 2006 fortwährend wissenschaftlich widmet.

 

                     

Karin HARATHER, Ass.Prof. Mag.art. Dr.phil.
TU Wien, Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1
A-1040 Wien, Argentinierstraße 8
T: ++43. 1. 58801. 26414
M: ++43. 676. 93 000 23
F: ++43. 1. 58801. 26491
E: kh@kunst.tuwien.ac.at

 

 
 
 
 
 
Tagung
Do
30
12:00
Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur Tagung an der Kunstuniversität Linz
 

Einladung zur Tagung

Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur


Termin: 30.11. bis 2.12.2017
Ort: Kunstuniversität Linz, Hauptplatz 6, A-4010 Linz

 
Erinnerungsorte und Gedenkstätten zu den Verbrechen des NS weisen ein fast schon einheitliches Design auf: das wahrnehmbare Grau in Grau soll offensichtlich die Distanz zu den historischen Ereignissen darstellen, während die pädagogische Arbeit oft darauf abzielt in der grauen Umgebung Empathie zu erzeugen. Was sagt die ästhetische Gestaltung dieser Orte über die Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur aus? Welche Erinnerungspolitiken sind mit diesen Ästhetiken verbunden und welche Ästhetisierungsstrategien sind abzulesen?

Die Tagung „Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur“ lädt Künstler_innen und Wissenschaftler_innen aus den Feldern der Gestaltung, Medien/Kunst/Kulturtheorie und Zeitgeschichte sowie Akteur_innen aus der Gedenkstättenarbeit nach Linz ein, um die vielfältigen Zusammenhänge von Gestaltung, Ästhetik und Politik in der gegenwärtigen Erinnerungskultur in Europa zu diskutieren. Dabei umfasst das ästhetische Moment der Erinnerungskultur neben den künstlerischen Auseinandersetzungen mit der NS-Geschichte auch die Inszenierungen der bzw. in den Gedenkstätten, die Anlage von Ausstellungen, Museen oder Denkmälern, die Präsentation von Exponaten und Inhalten, die in Fallbeispielen auf der Tagung zur Diskussion gestellt werden. Über die Analyse hinaus sollen dabei auch Perspektiven und Szenarien künftigen Erinnerns entworfen werden.

U.a. mit Linde Apel, Gudrun Blohberger, Steffi de Jong, Eva Hohenberger, Birgit Kirchmayr, Alexandra Klei, Angela Koch, Elisabeth Kramer, Tomasz Kranz, Inge Manka, Sylvia Necker, Christof Popp, Martin Schmidl, Wolfgang Schmutz, Cornelia Siebeck, Nicole Six & Paul Petritsch, Katharina Struber, Hannes Sulzenbacher, Corinna Tomberger, Heidemarie Uhl, Susanne Wernsing, Georg Wilbertz.

Programm

 

Kontakt:

TU Wien / Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1

Inge Manka Univ.Ass. Dr. DI  
i.manka@tuwien.ac.at


Kunstuniversität Linz

Prof. Dr. Angela Koch  
angela.koch@ufg.at


Webpage der Tagung
http://blog.mkkt.ufg.ac.at/grauingrau/



 

 
 
 
 
 
Tagung
Fr
1
12:00
Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur Tagung an der Kunstuniversität Linz
 

Einladung zur Tagung

Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur


Termin: 30.11. bis 2.12.2017
Ort: Kunstuniversität Linz, Hauptplatz 6, A-4010 Linz

 
Erinnerungsorte und Gedenkstätten zu den Verbrechen des NS weisen ein fast schon einheitliches Design auf: das wahrnehmbare Grau in Grau soll offensichtlich die Distanz zu den historischen Ereignissen darstellen, während die pädagogische Arbeit oft darauf abzielt in der grauen Umgebung Empathie zu erzeugen. Was sagt die ästhetische Gestaltung dieser Orte über die Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur aus? Welche Erinnerungspolitiken sind mit diesen Ästhetiken verbunden und welche Ästhetisierungsstrategien sind abzulesen?

Die Tagung „Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur“ lädt Künstler_innen und Wissenschaftler_innen aus den Feldern der Gestaltung, Medien/Kunst/Kulturtheorie und Zeitgeschichte sowie Akteur_innen aus der Gedenkstättenarbeit nach Linz ein, um die vielfältigen Zusammenhänge von Gestaltung, Ästhetik und Politik in der gegenwärtigen Erinnerungskultur in Europa zu diskutieren. Dabei umfasst das ästhetische Moment der Erinnerungskultur neben den künstlerischen Auseinandersetzungen mit der NS-Geschichte auch die Inszenierungen der bzw. in den Gedenkstätten, die Anlage von Ausstellungen, Museen oder Denkmälern, die Präsentation von Exponaten und Inhalten, die in Fallbeispielen auf der Tagung zur Diskussion gestellt werden. Über die Analyse hinaus sollen dabei auch Perspektiven und Szenarien künftigen Erinnerns entworfen werden.

U.a. mit Linde Apel, Gudrun Blohberger, Steffi de Jong, Eva Hohenberger, Birgit Kirchmayr, Alexandra Klei, Angela Koch, Elisabeth Kramer, Tomasz Kranz, Inge Manka, Sylvia Necker, Christof Popp, Martin Schmidl, Wolfgang Schmutz, Cornelia Siebeck, Nicole Six & Paul Petritsch, Katharina Struber, Hannes Sulzenbacher, Corinna Tomberger, Heidemarie Uhl, Susanne Wernsing, Georg Wilbertz.

Programm

 

Kontakt:

TU Wien / Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1

Inge Manka Univ.Ass. Dr. DI  
i.manka@tuwien.ac.at


Kunstuniversität Linz

Prof. Dr. Angela Koch  
angela.koch@ufg.at


Webpage der Tagung
http://blog.mkkt.ufg.ac.at/grauingrau/



 

 
 
 
 
 
Tagung
Sa
2
12:00
Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur Tagung an der Kunstuniversität Linz
 

Einladung zur Tagung

Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur


Termin: 30.11. bis 2.12.2017
Ort: Kunstuniversität Linz, Hauptplatz 6, A-4010 Linz

 
Erinnerungsorte und Gedenkstätten zu den Verbrechen des NS weisen ein fast schon einheitliches Design auf: das wahrnehmbare Grau in Grau soll offensichtlich die Distanz zu den historischen Ereignissen darstellen, während die pädagogische Arbeit oft darauf abzielt in der grauen Umgebung Empathie zu erzeugen. Was sagt die ästhetische Gestaltung dieser Orte über die Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur aus? Welche Erinnerungspolitiken sind mit diesen Ästhetiken verbunden und welche Ästhetisierungsstrategien sind abzulesen?

Die Tagung „Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur“ lädt Künstler_innen und Wissenschaftler_innen aus den Feldern der Gestaltung, Medien/Kunst/Kulturtheorie und Zeitgeschichte sowie Akteur_innen aus der Gedenkstättenarbeit nach Linz ein, um die vielfältigen Zusammenhänge von Gestaltung, Ästhetik und Politik in der gegenwärtigen Erinnerungskultur in Europa zu diskutieren. Dabei umfasst das ästhetische Moment der Erinnerungskultur neben den künstlerischen Auseinandersetzungen mit der NS-Geschichte auch die Inszenierungen der bzw. in den Gedenkstätten, die Anlage von Ausstellungen, Museen oder Denkmälern, die Präsentation von Exponaten und Inhalten, die in Fallbeispielen auf der Tagung zur Diskussion gestellt werden. Über die Analyse hinaus sollen dabei auch Perspektiven und Szenarien künftigen Erinnerns entworfen werden.

U.a. mit Linde Apel, Gudrun Blohberger, Steffi de Jong, Eva Hohenberger, Birgit Kirchmayr, Alexandra Klei, Angela Koch, Elisabeth Kramer, Tomasz Kranz, Inge Manka, Sylvia Necker, Christof Popp, Martin Schmidl, Wolfgang Schmutz, Cornelia Siebeck, Nicole Six & Paul Petritsch, Katharina Struber, Hannes Sulzenbacher, Corinna Tomberger, Heidemarie Uhl, Susanne Wernsing, Georg Wilbertz.

Programm

 

Kontakt:

TU Wien / Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1

Inge Manka Univ.Ass. Dr. DI  
i.manka@tuwien.ac.at


Kunstuniversität Linz

Prof. Dr. Angela Koch  
angela.koch@ufg.at


Webpage der Tagung
http://blog.mkkt.ufg.ac.at/grauingrau/



 

 
 
 
 
 
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.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Vortrag
Di
23
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
Mi
24
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
Do
25
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
26
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
27
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
28
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
29
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
30
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
31
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
Do
16
17:00
Vortrag: Einkauf mit Kalaschnikow - Die weibliche Perspektive auf den Dschihad
Do, 16. November
17:00 - 01:00
Mobiles Stadtlabor in Neu Marx, Karl-Farkas-Gasse 1, 1030 Wien
 

Einladung zu Vortrag und Diskussion


Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen!

 

Im Rahmen des Lehr- und Forschungsprojekts "DISPLACED" (Harather/Stuefer, Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1, TU Wien) arbeiten Architekturstudierende mit Asylsuchenden seit Herbst 2015 an sozialräumlichen und kunstbasierten Gestaltungen zum Thema Flucht-Raum-Bildung.
Mit begleitenden Veranstaltungen werden unterschiedliche themenrelevante Perspektiven zur Diskussion gestellt, um auch Interessierte aus anderen (Fach-)Bereichen anzusprechen und die transdisziplinäre und interkulturelle Vernetzung zu stärken:

 

 


Do 16.11.2017 | 17:00 h

Mobiles Stadtlabor in Neu Marx, Karl-Farkas-Gasse 1, 1030 Wien


Dr. Eliane Ettmüller (Heidelberger Centrum für Transkulturelle Studien)

 

 

Einkauf mit Kalaschnikow - Die weibliche Perspektive auf den Dschihad

 

 

Dieser Vortrag wird Einblicke gewähren in die Frauen betreffenden Aspekte der extremistischen und dschihadistischen Ideologie: 

 

Die Ideologie, die zur Errichtung eines idealen islamischen Staates aufruft, weist den Frauen eine klar definierte und unverzichtbare Rolle zu. Berichte über Kleidungs- und Bewegungseinschränkungen sowie Polygamie und Sklavenhaltung scheinen in einem demokratisch und emanzipatorisch orientierten europäischen Kontext wenig einladend. Dennoch zeigten jüngste empirische Studien, dass sich unter den Personen, die aus Europa ins Konfliktgebiet nach Syrien und in den Irak reisten, um sich dschihadistischen Organisationen anzuschließen, tatsächlich um die zwanzig Prozent Frauen befanden. Und nicht nur Europäerinnen ließen sich dafür begeistern, die IS-Frauenkompanie al-Khansa', bewaffnet und mit einem eigenen Medienarm ausgestattet, lockte Migrantinnen vor allem aus Saudi-Arabien mit einem fast emanzipatorisch anmutenden Diskurs zu sich. Sowohl diese als auch die Brautwerber, die Mädchen aus Europa ins IS-Kalifat lockten, erfanden dabei nichts Neues, sondern faszinierten ihre Anhängerinnen mit der tatsächlichen Umsetzung einer seit Jahrzehnten weltweit gepredigten Ideologie.

 

Dr. Eliane Ettmüller studierte Politik- und Religionswissenschaften in Genf und in Madrid.
2006 erhielt sie ein staatliches Stipendium für angehende ProfessorInnen an der Fakultät für Politikwissenschaft und Soziologie, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Gleichzeitig absolvierte sie den Postgraduierten-Kurs für Politik- und Verfassungswissenschaften am Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales.
Promotion an der Universität Heidelberg im Fach Islamwissenschaft.
Bereits während ihrer Studien- und Promotionszeit verbrachte sie fast zwei Jahre in Ägypten, wo sie die arabische Sprache erlernte und nach ihrer Promotion an einem Dokumentarfilmprojekt für al-Jazeera mitarbeitete. Danach diente sie als Delegierte dem Internationalen Komitee vom Roten Kreuz in Jordanien, Genf und Uruguay. Vom 1. November 2015 bis 30. April 2016 leitete sie für das Wiener Rote Kreuz die Flüchtlingsunterkunft Vordere Zollamtsstraße 7 in Wien.
Zurück an der Universität Heidelberg forscht sie nun wieder zu Themen des islamischen Extremismus, denen sie sich seit 2006 fortwährend wissenschaftlich widmet.

 

                     

Karin HARATHER, Ass.Prof. Mag.art. Dr.phil.
TU Wien, Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1
A-1040 Wien, Argentinierstraße 8
T: ++43. 1. 58801. 26414
M: ++43. 676. 93 000 23
F: ++43. 1. 58801. 26491
E: kh@kunst.tuwien.ac.at

 

 
 
Tagung
Do
30
12:00
Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur Tagung an der Kunstuniversität Linz
 

Einladung zur Tagung

Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur


Termin: 30.11. bis 2.12.2017
Ort: Kunstuniversität Linz, Hauptplatz 6, A-4010 Linz

 
Erinnerungsorte und Gedenkstätten zu den Verbrechen des NS weisen ein fast schon einheitliches Design auf: das wahrnehmbare Grau in Grau soll offensichtlich die Distanz zu den historischen Ereignissen darstellen, während die pädagogische Arbeit oft darauf abzielt in der grauen Umgebung Empathie zu erzeugen. Was sagt die ästhetische Gestaltung dieser Orte über die Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur aus? Welche Erinnerungspolitiken sind mit diesen Ästhetiken verbunden und welche Ästhetisierungsstrategien sind abzulesen?

Die Tagung „Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur“ lädt Künstler_innen und Wissenschaftler_innen aus den Feldern der Gestaltung, Medien/Kunst/Kulturtheorie und Zeitgeschichte sowie Akteur_innen aus der Gedenkstättenarbeit nach Linz ein, um die vielfältigen Zusammenhänge von Gestaltung, Ästhetik und Politik in der gegenwärtigen Erinnerungskultur in Europa zu diskutieren. Dabei umfasst das ästhetische Moment der Erinnerungskultur neben den künstlerischen Auseinandersetzungen mit der NS-Geschichte auch die Inszenierungen der bzw. in den Gedenkstätten, die Anlage von Ausstellungen, Museen oder Denkmälern, die Präsentation von Exponaten und Inhalten, die in Fallbeispielen auf der Tagung zur Diskussion gestellt werden. Über die Analyse hinaus sollen dabei auch Perspektiven und Szenarien künftigen Erinnerns entworfen werden.

U.a. mit Linde Apel, Gudrun Blohberger, Steffi de Jong, Eva Hohenberger, Birgit Kirchmayr, Alexandra Klei, Angela Koch, Elisabeth Kramer, Tomasz Kranz, Inge Manka, Sylvia Necker, Christof Popp, Martin Schmidl, Wolfgang Schmutz, Cornelia Siebeck, Nicole Six & Paul Petritsch, Katharina Struber, Hannes Sulzenbacher, Corinna Tomberger, Heidemarie Uhl, Susanne Wernsing, Georg Wilbertz.

Programm

 

Kontakt:

TU Wien / Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1

Inge Manka Univ.Ass. Dr. DI  
i.manka@tuwien.ac.at


Kunstuniversität Linz

Prof. Dr. Angela Koch  
angela.koch@ufg.at


Webpage der Tagung
http://blog.mkkt.ufg.ac.at/grauingrau/



 

 
 


 
Tagung
Fr
1
12:00
Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur Tagung an der Kunstuniversität Linz
 

Einladung zur Tagung

Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur


Termin: 30.11. bis 2.12.2017
Ort: Kunstuniversität Linz, Hauptplatz 6, A-4010 Linz

 
Erinnerungsorte und Gedenkstätten zu den Verbrechen des NS weisen ein fast schon einheitliches Design auf: das wahrnehmbare Grau in Grau soll offensichtlich die Distanz zu den historischen Ereignissen darstellen, während die pädagogische Arbeit oft darauf abzielt in der grauen Umgebung Empathie zu erzeugen. Was sagt die ästhetische Gestaltung dieser Orte über die Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur aus? Welche Erinnerungspolitiken sind mit diesen Ästhetiken verbunden und welche Ästhetisierungsstrategien sind abzulesen?

Die Tagung „Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur“ lädt Künstler_innen und Wissenschaftler_innen aus den Feldern der Gestaltung, Medien/Kunst/Kulturtheorie und Zeitgeschichte sowie Akteur_innen aus der Gedenkstättenarbeit nach Linz ein, um die vielfältigen Zusammenhänge von Gestaltung, Ästhetik und Politik in der gegenwärtigen Erinnerungskultur in Europa zu diskutieren. Dabei umfasst das ästhetische Moment der Erinnerungskultur neben den künstlerischen Auseinandersetzungen mit der NS-Geschichte auch die Inszenierungen der bzw. in den Gedenkstätten, die Anlage von Ausstellungen, Museen oder Denkmälern, die Präsentation von Exponaten und Inhalten, die in Fallbeispielen auf der Tagung zur Diskussion gestellt werden. Über die Analyse hinaus sollen dabei auch Perspektiven und Szenarien künftigen Erinnerns entworfen werden.

U.a. mit Linde Apel, Gudrun Blohberger, Steffi de Jong, Eva Hohenberger, Birgit Kirchmayr, Alexandra Klei, Angela Koch, Elisabeth Kramer, Tomasz Kranz, Inge Manka, Sylvia Necker, Christof Popp, Martin Schmidl, Wolfgang Schmutz, Cornelia Siebeck, Nicole Six & Paul Petritsch, Katharina Struber, Hannes Sulzenbacher, Corinna Tomberger, Heidemarie Uhl, Susanne Wernsing, Georg Wilbertz.

Programm

 

Kontakt:

TU Wien / Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1

Inge Manka Univ.Ass. Dr. DI  
i.manka@tuwien.ac.at


Kunstuniversität Linz

Prof. Dr. Angela Koch  
angela.koch@ufg.at


Webpage der Tagung
http://blog.mkkt.ufg.ac.at/grauingrau/



 

 
 
Tagung
Sa
2
12:00
Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur Tagung an der Kunstuniversität Linz
 

Einladung zur Tagung

Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur


Termin: 30.11. bis 2.12.2017
Ort: Kunstuniversität Linz, Hauptplatz 6, A-4010 Linz

 
Erinnerungsorte und Gedenkstätten zu den Verbrechen des NS weisen ein fast schon einheitliches Design auf: das wahrnehmbare Grau in Grau soll offensichtlich die Distanz zu den historischen Ereignissen darstellen, während die pädagogische Arbeit oft darauf abzielt in der grauen Umgebung Empathie zu erzeugen. Was sagt die ästhetische Gestaltung dieser Orte über die Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur aus? Welche Erinnerungspolitiken sind mit diesen Ästhetiken verbunden und welche Ästhetisierungsstrategien sind abzulesen?

Die Tagung „Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur“ lädt Künstler_innen und Wissenschaftler_innen aus den Feldern der Gestaltung, Medien/Kunst/Kulturtheorie und Zeitgeschichte sowie Akteur_innen aus der Gedenkstättenarbeit nach Linz ein, um die vielfältigen Zusammenhänge von Gestaltung, Ästhetik und Politik in der gegenwärtigen Erinnerungskultur in Europa zu diskutieren. Dabei umfasst das ästhetische Moment der Erinnerungskultur neben den künstlerischen Auseinandersetzungen mit der NS-Geschichte auch die Inszenierungen der bzw. in den Gedenkstätten, die Anlage von Ausstellungen, Museen oder Denkmälern, die Präsentation von Exponaten und Inhalten, die in Fallbeispielen auf der Tagung zur Diskussion gestellt werden. Über die Analyse hinaus sollen dabei auch Perspektiven und Szenarien künftigen Erinnerns entworfen werden.

U.a. mit Linde Apel, Gudrun Blohberger, Steffi de Jong, Eva Hohenberger, Birgit Kirchmayr, Alexandra Klei, Angela Koch, Elisabeth Kramer, Tomasz Kranz, Inge Manka, Sylvia Necker, Christof Popp, Martin Schmidl, Wolfgang Schmutz, Cornelia Siebeck, Nicole Six & Paul Petritsch, Katharina Struber, Hannes Sulzenbacher, Corinna Tomberger, Heidemarie Uhl, Susanne Wernsing, Georg Wilbertz.

Programm

 

Kontakt:

TU Wien / Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1

Inge Manka Univ.Ass. Dr. DI  
i.manka@tuwien.ac.at


Kunstuniversität Linz

Prof. Dr. Angela Koch  
angela.koch@ufg.at


Webpage der Tagung
http://blog.mkkt.ufg.ac.at/grauingrau/



 

 
 


 
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.

 

 

 

 
 
Vortrag
Di
23
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
Mi
24
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
Do
25
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
26
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
27
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
28
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
29
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
30
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
31
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.

 

 

 

 
 


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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.

 
 
 


 
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.

 

visuelle-kultur.net

  

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



 

 
 
 


 
Tagung
Do
30
12:00
Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur Tagung an der Kunstuniversität Linz
 

Einladung zur Tagung

Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur


Termin: 30.11. bis 2.12.2017
Ort: Kunstuniversität Linz, Hauptplatz 6, A-4010 Linz

 
Erinnerungsorte und Gedenkstätten zu den Verbrechen des NS weisen ein fast schon einheitliches Design auf: das wahrnehmbare Grau in Grau soll offensichtlich die Distanz zu den historischen Ereignissen darstellen, während die pädagogische Arbeit oft darauf abzielt in der grauen Umgebung Empathie zu erzeugen. Was sagt die ästhetische Gestaltung dieser Orte über die Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur aus? Welche Erinnerungspolitiken sind mit diesen Ästhetiken verbunden und welche Ästhetisierungsstrategien sind abzulesen?

Die Tagung „Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur“ lädt Künstler_innen und Wissenschaftler_innen aus den Feldern der Gestaltung, Medien/Kunst/Kulturtheorie und Zeitgeschichte sowie Akteur_innen aus der Gedenkstättenarbeit nach Linz ein, um die vielfältigen Zusammenhänge von Gestaltung, Ästhetik und Politik in der gegenwärtigen Erinnerungskultur in Europa zu diskutieren. Dabei umfasst das ästhetische Moment der Erinnerungskultur neben den künstlerischen Auseinandersetzungen mit der NS-Geschichte auch die Inszenierungen der bzw. in den Gedenkstätten, die Anlage von Ausstellungen, Museen oder Denkmälern, die Präsentation von Exponaten und Inhalten, die in Fallbeispielen auf der Tagung zur Diskussion gestellt werden. Über die Analyse hinaus sollen dabei auch Perspektiven und Szenarien künftigen Erinnerns entworfen werden.

U.a. mit Linde Apel, Gudrun Blohberger, Steffi de Jong, Eva Hohenberger, Birgit Kirchmayr, Alexandra Klei, Angela Koch, Elisabeth Kramer, Tomasz Kranz, Inge Manka, Sylvia Necker, Christof Popp, Martin Schmidl, Wolfgang Schmutz, Cornelia Siebeck, Nicole Six & Paul Petritsch, Katharina Struber, Hannes Sulzenbacher, Corinna Tomberger, Heidemarie Uhl, Susanne Wernsing, Georg Wilbertz.

Programm

 

Kontakt:

TU Wien / Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1

Inge Manka Univ.Ass. Dr. DI  
i.manka@tuwien.ac.at


Kunstuniversität Linz

Prof. Dr. Angela Koch  
angela.koch@ufg.at


Webpage der Tagung
blog.mkkt.ufg.ac.at/grauingrau/



 

 
 
 


 
Tagung
Fr
1
12:00
Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur Tagung an der Kunstuniversität Linz
 

Einladung zur Tagung

Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur


Termin: 30.11. bis 2.12.2017
Ort: Kunstuniversität Linz, Hauptplatz 6, A-4010 Linz

 
Erinnerungsorte und Gedenkstätten zu den Verbrechen des NS weisen ein fast schon einheitliches Design auf: das wahrnehmbare Grau in Grau soll offensichtlich die Distanz zu den historischen Ereignissen darstellen, während die pädagogische Arbeit oft darauf abzielt in der grauen Umgebung Empathie zu erzeugen. Was sagt die ästhetische Gestaltung dieser Orte über die Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur aus? Welche Erinnerungspolitiken sind mit diesen Ästhetiken verbunden und welche Ästhetisierungsstrategien sind abzulesen?

Die Tagung „Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur“ lädt Künstler_innen und Wissenschaftler_innen aus den Feldern der Gestaltung, Medien/Kunst/Kulturtheorie und Zeitgeschichte sowie Akteur_innen aus der Gedenkstättenarbeit nach Linz ein, um die vielfältigen Zusammenhänge von Gestaltung, Ästhetik und Politik in der gegenwärtigen Erinnerungskultur in Europa zu diskutieren. Dabei umfasst das ästhetische Moment der Erinnerungskultur neben den künstlerischen Auseinandersetzungen mit der NS-Geschichte auch die Inszenierungen der bzw. in den Gedenkstätten, die Anlage von Ausstellungen, Museen oder Denkmälern, die Präsentation von Exponaten und Inhalten, die in Fallbeispielen auf der Tagung zur Diskussion gestellt werden. Über die Analyse hinaus sollen dabei auch Perspektiven und Szenarien künftigen Erinnerns entworfen werden.

U.a. mit Linde Apel, Gudrun Blohberger, Steffi de Jong, Eva Hohenberger, Birgit Kirchmayr, Alexandra Klei, Angela Koch, Elisabeth Kramer, Tomasz Kranz, Inge Manka, Sylvia Necker, Christof Popp, Martin Schmidl, Wolfgang Schmutz, Cornelia Siebeck, Nicole Six & Paul Petritsch, Katharina Struber, Hannes Sulzenbacher, Corinna Tomberger, Heidemarie Uhl, Susanne Wernsing, Georg Wilbertz.

Programm

 

Kontakt:

TU Wien / Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1

Inge Manka Univ.Ass. Dr. DI  
i.manka@tuwien.ac.at


Kunstuniversität Linz

Prof. Dr. Angela Koch  
angela.koch@ufg.at


Webpage der Tagung
blog.mkkt.ufg.ac.at/grauingrau/



 

 
 
Tagung
Sa
2
12:00
Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur Tagung an der Kunstuniversität Linz
 

Einladung zur Tagung

Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur


Termin: 30.11. bis 2.12.2017
Ort: Kunstuniversität Linz, Hauptplatz 6, A-4010 Linz

 
Erinnerungsorte und Gedenkstätten zu den Verbrechen des NS weisen ein fast schon einheitliches Design auf: das wahrnehmbare Grau in Grau soll offensichtlich die Distanz zu den historischen Ereignissen darstellen, während die pädagogische Arbeit oft darauf abzielt in der grauen Umgebung Empathie zu erzeugen. Was sagt die ästhetische Gestaltung dieser Orte über die Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur aus? Welche Erinnerungspolitiken sind mit diesen Ästhetiken verbunden und welche Ästhetisierungsstrategien sind abzulesen?

Die Tagung „Grau in Grau! Ästhetisch-politische Praktiken der Erinnerungskultur“ lädt Künstler_innen und Wissenschaftler_innen aus den Feldern der Gestaltung, Medien/Kunst/Kulturtheorie und Zeitgeschichte sowie Akteur_innen aus der Gedenkstättenarbeit nach Linz ein, um die vielfältigen Zusammenhänge von Gestaltung, Ästhetik und Politik in der gegenwärtigen Erinnerungskultur in Europa zu diskutieren. Dabei umfasst das ästhetische Moment der Erinnerungskultur neben den künstlerischen Auseinandersetzungen mit der NS-Geschichte auch die Inszenierungen der bzw. in den Gedenkstätten, die Anlage von Ausstellungen, Museen oder Denkmälern, die Präsentation von Exponaten und Inhalten, die in Fallbeispielen auf der Tagung zur Diskussion gestellt werden. Über die Analyse hinaus sollen dabei auch Perspektiven und Szenarien künftigen Erinnerns entworfen werden.

U.a. mit Linde Apel, Gudrun Blohberger, Steffi de Jong, Eva Hohenberger, Birgit Kirchmayr, Alexandra Klei, Angela Koch, Elisabeth Kramer, Tomasz Kranz, Inge Manka, Sylvia Necker, Christof Popp, Martin Schmidl, Wolfgang Schmutz, Cornelia Siebeck, Nicole Six & Paul Petritsch, Katharina Struber, Hannes Sulzenbacher, Corinna Tomberger, Heidemarie Uhl, Susanne Wernsing, Georg Wilbertz.

Programm

 

Kontakt:

TU Wien / Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1

Inge Manka Univ.Ass. Dr. DI  
i.manka@tuwien.ac.at


Kunstuniversität Linz

Prof. Dr. Angela Koch  
angela.koch@ufg.at


Webpage der Tagung
blog.mkkt.ufg.ac.at/grauingrau/



 

 
 
 


 
Vortrag
Do
16
17:00
Vortrag: Einkauf mit Kalaschnikow - Die weibliche Perspektive auf den Dschihad
Do, 16. November
17:00 - 01:00
Mobiles Stadtlabor in Neu Marx, Karl-Farkas-Gasse 1, 1030 Wien
 

Einladung zu Vortrag und Diskussion


Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen!

 

Im Rahmen des Lehr- und Forschungsprojekts "DISPLACED" (Harather/Stuefer, Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1, TU Wien) arbeiten Architekturstudierende mit Asylsuchenden seit Herbst 2015 an sozialräumlichen und kunstbasierten Gestaltungen zum Thema Flucht-Raum-Bildung.
Mit begleitenden Veranstaltungen werden unterschiedliche themenrelevante Perspektiven zur Diskussion gestellt, um auch Interessierte aus anderen (Fach-)Bereichen anzusprechen und die transdisziplinäre und interkulturelle Vernetzung zu stärken:

 

 


Do 16.11.2017 | 17:00 h

Mobiles Stadtlabor in Neu Marx, Karl-Farkas-Gasse 1, 1030 Wien


Dr. Eliane Ettmüller (Heidelberger Centrum für Transkulturelle Studien)

 

 

Einkauf mit Kalaschnikow - Die weibliche Perspektive auf den Dschihad

 

 

Dieser Vortrag wird Einblicke gewähren in die Frauen betreffenden Aspekte der extremistischen und dschihadistischen Ideologie: 

 

Die Ideologie, die zur Errichtung eines idealen islamischen Staates aufruft, weist den Frauen eine klar definierte und unverzichtbare Rolle zu. Berichte über Kleidungs- und Bewegungseinschränkungen sowie Polygamie und Sklavenhaltung scheinen in einem demokratisch und emanzipatorisch orientierten europäischen Kontext wenig einladend. Dennoch zeigten jüngste empirische Studien, dass sich unter den Personen, die aus Europa ins Konfliktgebiet nach Syrien und in den Irak reisten, um sich dschihadistischen Organisationen anzuschließen, tatsächlich um die zwanzig Prozent Frauen befanden. Und nicht nur Europäerinnen ließen sich dafür begeistern, die IS-Frauenkompanie al-Khansa', bewaffnet und mit einem eigenen Medienarm ausgestattet, lockte Migrantinnen vor allem aus Saudi-Arabien mit einem fast emanzipatorisch anmutenden Diskurs zu sich. Sowohl diese als auch die Brautwerber, die Mädchen aus Europa ins IS-Kalifat lockten, erfanden dabei nichts Neues, sondern faszinierten ihre Anhängerinnen mit der tatsächlichen Umsetzung einer seit Jahrzehnten weltweit gepredigten Ideologie.

 

Dr. Eliane Ettmüller studierte Politik- und Religionswissenschaften in Genf und in Madrid.
2006 erhielt sie ein staatliches Stipendium für angehende ProfessorInnen an der Fakultät für Politikwissenschaft und Soziologie, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Gleichzeitig absolvierte sie den Postgraduierten-Kurs für Politik- und Verfassungswissenschaften am Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales.
Promotion an der Universität Heidelberg im Fach Islamwissenschaft.
Bereits während ihrer Studien- und Promotionszeit verbrachte sie fast zwei Jahre in Ägypten, wo sie die arabische Sprache erlernte und nach ihrer Promotion an einem Dokumentarfilmprojekt für al-Jazeera mitarbeitete. Danach diente sie als Delegierte dem Internationalen Komitee vom Roten Kreuz in Jordanien, Genf und Uruguay. Vom 1. November 2015 bis 30. April 2016 leitete sie für das Wiener Rote Kreuz die Flüchtlingsunterkunft Vordere Zollamtsstraße 7 in Wien.
Zurück an der Universität Heidelberg forscht sie nun wieder zu Themen des islamischen Extremismus, denen sie sich seit 2006 fortwährend wissenschaftlich widmet.

 

                     

Karin HARATHER, Ass.Prof. Mag.art. Dr.phil.
TU Wien, Institut für Kunst und Gestaltung 1
A-1040 Wien, Argentinierstraße 8
T: ++43. 1. 58801. 26414
M: ++43. 676. 93 000 23
F: ++43. 1. 58801. 26491
E: kh@kunst.tuwien.ac.at

 

 
 
 


 
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:

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).  

 

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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:

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).  

 

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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:

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).  

 

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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
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:

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:

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).  

 

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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:

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).  

 

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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:

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:

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
23
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:

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
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.

 

visuelle-kultur.net

  

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



 

 
 
Vortrag
Mi
24
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:

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
Do
25
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:

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
26
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:

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
27
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:

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
28
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:

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
29
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:

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).  

 

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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
30
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:

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
31
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:

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.

 

 

 

 
 
 


 
 
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