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Katrina Daschner. Burn and Gloom! Glow and Moon! Now We’re Here to Live It All

Katrina Daschner. Burn and Gloom! Glow and Moon! Now We’re Here to Live It All

"Burn and Gloom! Glow and Moon! Now We’re Here to Live It All" is Katrina Daschner’s most concentrated exhibition to date. It journeys through over two decades of intersectional and queering practices in film, performance, sculpture, and community work produced in Vienna. Daschner confronts, touches, embraces and dreams.

date: 01.10.2022 to 23.10.2022
place: Kunsthalle Wien

Katrina Daschner. BURN & GLOOM! GLOW & MOON!

Katrina Daschner. BURN & GLOOM! GLOW & MOON!

"BURN & GLOOM! GLOW & MOON! Thousand Years of Troubled Genders" is Katrina Daschner’s most concentrated exhibition to date. It journeys through over two decades of intersectional and queering practices in film, performance, sculpture, and community work produced in Vienna. Daschner confronts, touches, embraces and dreams.

date: 01.10.2022 to 23.10.2022
place: Kunsthalle Wien

Sunday tour: Katrina Daschner. BURN & GLOOM! GLOW & MOON!

Sunday tour: Katrina Daschner. BURN & GLOOM! GLOW & MOON!

Every first and third Sunday at 16h you can discover the exhibition Katrina Daschner. BURN & GLOOM! GLOW & MOON! together with our art educators and discuss the context and background of the exhibited works.

date: 02.10.2022 to 23.10.2022
place: Kunsthalle Wien

Sanja Iveković

Sanja Iveković

Since the 1970s, Sanja Iveković’s artistic practice has taken a clear feminist and activist position and has continuously confronted issues of gender and politics. Her works often start from very personal settings and life circumstances, and juxtapose these to official histories and mainstream depictions in order to explore representations of female identity, female history, violence against women, manifestations of ideology through mainstream media, and the relationship of history and contemporaneity.

date: 04.10.2022 to 01.02.2023
place: Kunsthalle Wien

Sanja Iveković. Works of Heart (1974–2022)

Sanja Iveković. Works of Heart (1974–2022)

Since the 1970s, Sanja Iveković’s artistic practice has taken a clear feminist and activist position and has continuously confronted issues of gender and politics. Through her uncompromising manner of bringing together aesthetic and political investigations, she has influenced generations of artists and curators. "Works of Heart (1974–2022)" looks into neglected histories of antifascism and socialism through the prism of her personal history, and it addresses one of the key concerns of her work—the relationship of history to contemporaneity.

date: 04.10.2022 to 12.03.2023
place: Kunsthalle Wien

Opening: Sanja Iveković. Works of Heart (1974–2022)

Opening: Sanja Iveković. Works of Heart (1974–2022)

Since the 1970s, Sanja Iveković’s artistic practice has taken a clear feminist and activist position and has continuously confronted issues of gender and politics. Through her uncompromising manner of bringing together aesthetic and political investigations, she has influenced generations of artists and curators. "Works of Heart (1974–2022)" looks into neglected histories of antifascism and socialism through the prism of her personal history, and it addresses one of the key concerns of her work—the relationship of history to contemporaneity.

date: 04.10.2022
place: Kunsthalle Wien

Resonanz. Musem Meets Musiktheater

Resonanz. Musem Meets Musiktheater

With the 90-minute format "Resonanz", we establish contacts in our new neighbourhood in the MuseumsQuartier: art educators, musicians and dramaturges from the MusikTheater an der Wien, the mumok and the Kunsthalle Wien explore echoes, reverberations or contrasts in the current exhibitions and programmes.

date: 07.10.2022
place: Halle E+G

Tour: My View with Philipp Fleischmann

Tour: My View with Philipp Fleischmann

Philipp Fleischmann guides you through the exhibition Katrina Daschner. BURN & GLOOM! GLOW & MOON! Thousand Years of Troubled Genders. In his artistic practice he resides at the intersection of visual art and film. Since 2014, he has been the director of the School Friedl Kubelka for Independent Film.

date: 13.10.2022
place: Kunsthalle Wien

Performance: Stefanie Sourial & Hyo Lee: Colonial Cocktail / Volume 2: SPIRITS

Performance: Stefanie Sourial & Hyo Lee: Colonial Cocktail / Volume 2: SPIRITS

The Colonial Cocktail trilogy distills the last four hundred years of European colonial history and packs them into one-hour performances each. The series strikes out like a boomerang. It traces the origins of alcoholic (trendy) drinks in the colonial past to their persistence in the present. In the second part of the series, subtitled SPIRITS, Stefanie Sourial and Hyo Lee specifically describe the colonial-historical contexts of spirits and their impact on society.

date: 21.10.2022
place: Kunsthalle Wien

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