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16.00 - 18.00
TEA TALK

Tracking memories?

Belvedere 21Belvedere
Admission free
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Interkulturelle Angebote
19.00 - 22.00
JOINT VENTURES

1968/2018 – Where has all the Spirit gone?

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
Chris Marker’s epic essay film Le Fond de l’air est rouge (A Grin without a Cat, F 1977/1993) kicks off the series. This major work of European cinema about the rise and fall of the political left from 1966 to 1977 is a reminder of the global dimension of the long 1968. After the failure of the emancipation movements, Marker traced their remnants, a “red breeze,” in a way that is visually impressive, poetic, and solidary, but also ironic. The program takes up these threads and gathers local and transnational perspectives of contemporary witnesses and later generations in lectures, dialogs and round tables. Entitled 1968/2018 – Where has all the Spirit gone?, this event examines where the spirit of social change can still be found and in what forms it could be actualized. Portuguese artist Filipa César provides one answer with her film Spell Reel (D/P 2017), which conceptualizes work on the history of the liberation struggle in Guinea-Bissau as a transformative practice in the present day.

Welcome Stella Rollig (General Director of the Belvedere and Belvedere 21)
Introduction to the public program Luisa Ziaja (curator)

Screening Chris Marker, Le Fond de l’air est rouge, F 1977/1993,
First part: Les Mains fragiles, 89 min, OV with English subs

With an introduction by Vrääth Öhner (Post-doc in film and media studies, Senior Researcher, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for History and Society Vienna)

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Due to limited seating registration requested.
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Public Program
14.00 - 21.00
JOINT VENTURES

1968/2018 – Where has all the Spirit gone?

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
Chris Marker’s epic essay film Le Fond de l’air est rouge (A Grin without a Cat, F 1977/1993) kicks off the series. This major work of European cinema about the rise and fall of the political left from 1966 to 1977 is a reminder of the global dimension of the long 1968. After the failure of the emancipation movements, Marker traced their remnants, a “red breeze,” in a way that is visually impressive, poetic, and solidary, but also ironic. The program takes up these threads and gathers local and transnational perspectives of contemporary witnesses and later generations in lectures, dialogs and round tables. Entitled 1968/2018 – Where has all the Spirit gone?, this event examines where the spirit of social change can still be found and in what forms it could be actualized. Portuguese artist Filipa César provides one answer with her film Spell Reel (D/P 2017), which conceptualizes work on the history of the liberation struggle in Guinea-Bissau as a transformative practice in the present day.

2 pm to 4 pm
Welcome and introduction by Luisa Ziaja (curator) and Claudia Slanar (curator Blickle cinema and video archive)
Screening Chris Marker, Le Fond de l’air est rouge, F 1977/1993, Second part: Les Mains coupées, 92 min, OV with English subs
4 pm to 6.30 pm
Lectures and talks by and with Jens Kastner (art historian, sociologist, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna), Maja Fowkes and Reuben Fowkes (art historians, curators and co-directors of the Translocal Institute for Contemporary Art, London/Budapest) and Kerstin von Gabain (artist, Vienna)
7 pm to 9 pm
Roundtable with Alexander Horwath (publicist, film critic, Vienna), Wolfgang Kos (historian, author, curator, Vienna), Maria Mesner (historian, deputy head of the Department of Contemporary History at the University of Vienna; head of the Kreisky archive), Robert Misik (journalist, author, Vienna), Stella Rollig (Belvedere, Vienna), Marlene Streeruwitz (author, director, Vienna/  London/New York) moderated by Sibylle Hamann

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Due to limited seating registration requested.
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Public Program
15.00 - 17.00
WORKSHOP FÜR KINDER VON 3 BIS 6 JAHREN

Geisterhaus und Bienenstock

Belvedere 21Belvedere
Adults: Event free with valid ticket.
Infants ( to 6 years): EUR 4.5
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Children
21.00 - 03.00
21 Night

Sula, Timischl, Toth, Duscha, Vesely

Belvedere 21Belvedere
Admission free
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Theatre, music & more
15.00 - 16.00
Rachel Whiteread, "Untitled (Stairs)", 2001
AUSSTELLUNGSFÜHRUNG

Rachel Whiteread

Belvedere 21Belvedere
Price excl. Ticket
Adults: EUR 4
Seniors (65 years and above): EUR 4
Students (19-27 years): EUR 4
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Exhibition tours
15.00 - 18.00
JOINT VENTURES

1968/2018 – Where has all the Spirit gone?

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
Chris Marker’s epic essay film Le Fond de l’air est rouge (A Grin without a Cat, F 1977/1993) kicks off the series. This major work of European cinema about the rise and fall of the political left from 1966 to 1977 is a reminder of the global dimension of the long 1968. After the failure of the emancipation movements, Marker traced their remnants, a “red breeze,” in a way that is visually impressive, poetic, and solidary, but also ironic. The program takes up these threads and gathers local and transnational perspectives of contemporary witnesses and later generations in lectures, dialogs and round tables. Entitled 1968/2018 – Where has all the Spirit gone?, this event examines where the spirit of social change can still be found and in what forms it could be actualized. Portuguese artist Filipa César provides one answer with her film Spell Reel (D/P 2017), which conceptualizes work on the history of the liberation struggle in Guinea-Bissau as a transformative practice in the present day.

Welcome and introduction by Luisa Ziaja (curator) and Claudia Slanar (curator Blickle cinema and video archive)

Remarks by Filipa César (artist, filmmaker, Berlin)
Screening Filipa César, Spell Reel, D/P 2017, 96 min, OV with English subs (Austrian premiere)

Afterwards Filipa César in conversation with Claudia Slanar and Luisa Ziaja.

#JointVentures21


Due to limited seating registration requested.
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Public Program
15.00 - 17.00
WORKSHOP FÜR KINDER VON 7 BIS 12 JAHREN

Geisterhaus und Bienenstock

Belvedere 21Belvedere
Price excl. Ticket
Children: EUR 4.5
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Children
16.00 - 17.00
Günter Brus, "Portfolio Ana IV", 1964/2004, with Anna Brus
AUSSTELLUNGSFÜHRUNG

Günter Brus. Unruhe nach dem Sturm

Belvedere 21Belvedere
Price excl. Ticket
Adults: EUR 4
Seniors (65 years and above): EUR 4
Students (19-27 years): EUR 4
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Exhibition tours
19.00 - 21.00
Collaboration of Günter Brus and Jörg Schlick, Spiralnebulose Gedanken, 2004
ERÖFFNUNG IM RAHMEN DER AUSSTELLUNG GÜNTER BRUS

Jörg Schlick / Günter Brus

Belvedere 21Belvedere
Admission free
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Theatre, music & more