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FACELESS part II @ Lange Nacht der Museen

05.10.2013 to 05.10.2013 - Q21

FACELESS part II @ Lange Nacht der Museen

FILM & DIGITAL CULTURE, ART


FACELESS part II @ Lange Nacht der Museen FACELESS part II @ Lange Nacht der Museen

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sat, 05.10.2013

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Date: Sat, Oct 05, 13 to 1:00
Venue: freiraum quartier21 INTERNATIONAL
Free admission

As a sequel to "FACELESS part I", the exhibition „FACELESS part 2” will investigate disturbed identities, everlasting searching for the right that one could have, broken icons in which we use to believe or use as source of inspiration.It will offer trough workshops and lectures practical solutions for regaining privacy that we are talking so much about and wishing back. Visitors will be trained to try new hair and make up style, how to escape security systems and face detection. The show has been curated by Bogomir Doringer in cooperation with Brigitte Felderer.
It features works by artists like Ari Versluis (NED), Arthur Elsenaar (NED), Jeremy Bailey (CAN), Adam Harvey (USA), Jil Magid (USA) or Alberto da Michele (ITA/NED).

Guided tour: 20:30
with quartier21 Artist-in-Residence Marco Pezzotta (ITA)

<link http: www.facelessexhibition.com>www.facelessexhibition.com
<link http: langenacht.orf.at detail-new bl wien li quartier21-q21>

langenacht.orf.at/detail-new/bl/wien/li/quartier21-q21

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