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Performance Now

Das Belvedere lädt Donna Huanca zu ihrer ersten österreichischen Solopräsentation. Für das Dom Museum Wien wirkt der Performancekünstler Hannes Priesch Wunder. In die Ausstellung „#fuckreality“ des Kunstraum Niederoesterreich bringt Martin Kusch „The Swarming Gallery“. Der frei_raum Q21 stellt einen kuratorischen Roboter vor. Und beim Line-up im MAK Wien diskutieren RoseLee Goldberg und Felicitas Thun-Hohenstein über die Performancekunst von heute.
Helmut Ploebst zur VIENNA ART WEEK 2018.

Minna Henriksson: Works on Paper

Artist-in-Residence Minna Henriksson talks about her contribution to the group exhibition "Under Pressure - On Forms of Authority and Decision-Making Power" curated by Sabine Winkler at frei_raum Q21 exhibition space. She investigates both lobbying and political engagement around the Finnish paper industry and its trade with South Africa after the Second World War.

“I want to express a certain urgency”

The writer and journalist Andrej Nikolaidis is known in Bosnia and Montenegro for his razor‐sharp political commentaries. Invited by BMEIA to the MuseumsQuartier as a Writer-in-Residence, Nikolaidis focuses on exploring the city he already seems to know everything about, especially when it comes to Thomas Bernhard. His latest book consists of only one sentence and is set in a train between Budapest and Vienna. We met him on an unusually warm October day, where he told us about the urge to write and his tendency to observe before writing something down.

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