Sat 28.08.2021 from 4pm | Kitchen – Bacherplatz/Schwarzhorngasse 1 (1050)
«Slovar Словарь Slovník Dictionary» Slovar is dictionary. This collection of words forms the Kolxoz lexicon. Slovar includes terms and phenomenons that are encountered, which are formulated and developed by Kolxoz. Like any vocabulary, Slovar is a form of communication between «you» and «others». It is an opportunity to make platform for explanation, grounding and interrection. Slovar is a manifestation of an alternative to repressive logic of ready–made systems.
Queer History Walk with Andreas Brunner from QWIEN on August 20 at 6pm. Meeting point Türkis Rosa Lila Villa.
The walk tells about the queer activist history of Vienna, identity attributions and their problematics, political controversies, cruising and much more!
Together we trace the queer past in its different classes by showing alternative histories. The gaps, blind spots and omissions need to be identified and closed, based on a real and lasting awareness of marginalized groups and against racism. Duration approx. 2 hours.
und hier nochmals in Deutsch:
Queer History Walk mit Andreas Brunner von QWIEN am 20. August um 18 Uhr. Treffpunkt Türkis Rosa Lila Villa. Der Spaziergang erzählt von der queer aktivistischen Geschichte Wiens, Identitätszuschreibungen und deren Problematiken, politischen Kontroversen, cruising und vielem mehr! Gemeinsam spüren wir der queeren Vergangenheit in ihren verschiedenen Klassen nach, indem alternative Geschichten aufgezeigt werden. Die Lücken, blinden Flecken und Auslassungen müssen identifiziert und geschlossen werden, basierend auf einem echten und dauerhaften Bewusstsein für marginalisierte Gruppen und gegen Rassismus.
Festival for Political Art, Theory and Practice. Vienna 2021
all nomads are workers
Call for Participation
What a brave new world? Is everyone now closest to themselves, or do collective processes have a future as well? Who is excluded and how, and how can we generate a public space – in which autonomy and empowerment do not only support an interplay of existing milieus and classes? What positions can art and culture take on in this? What is called „urban gardening“ in cities like Vienna helps in many other places to cover the basic needs for food in times of crisis and to ensure survival. When we look at international art and cultural events, we have the feeling that the biggest problems are the ones between ethnic groups, different religious groups, between corona deniers and hysterics – and that class does not play a big role. Social divisions in all forms and permanent – in a time of crisis of representation, not only caused by Covid-19, these existing dynamics are intensified. We are looking for questions, answers, actions, interventions and „best practice“ examples of social intervention in the production of public discourse.
Open to individuals or groups.
Projects can be realised (depending on Covid regulations) in public space or in the festival headquarters Kitchen (Bacherplatz corner Schwarzhorngasse 1).
Works from all genres and media are welcome.
Optionally, the works or documentations of the works will be shown together in a final exhibition in September.
The works will be shown between June and September 2021. (Dates can be discussed: One-time performances, installations etc. indoors or outdoors, as well as long-term poster exhibitions, e.g. in the festival headquarters, are possible).
During the festival 8 works will be shown, each with an opening on a separate date. 4 of them will be invited, 4 will be selected via the Open Call.
1,800 euros production budget (fees, material costs and if necessary travel costs per group).
The projects are realised in discussion with and with the support of the moneyfesta team. We provide support with permits in public spaces, with technical equipment (as far as possible) and with the promotion of the public events.
We have a great interest in joint discussion and political exchange. It may also be possible to involve the groups in the parallel festival programme.
The decisions will be announced at the end of April
The festival team will decide on the submissions: Alexander Nikolic & Michael Kalivoda (boem*), Alisa Beck & Marie-Christin Rissinger (Blind Date Collaboration), Club Mongo Bizzare, Eszter Korodi, Monika Mokre, Andre De Vasconcelos.
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