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18.00 - 21.00
JOINT VENTURES

Alexander Kluge: Knowing the emergency exits is the finest theatre of the world

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
Based on his multimedia exhibition Pluriversum. The Poetic Power of Theory (6 June, 2018 – 30 September, 2018), Alexander Kluge will organize a film and discussion workshop with his guests at Belvedere 21. The previous evening, on July 6, Alexander Kluge will show a special program with texts, films and music entitled Knowing the emergency exits is the finest theatre of the world, as a preparation for the workshop on July 7. The film workshop will offer a dynamic combination of theory, poetics, and practice.

Aside from Alexander Kluge, other participants will be:  Rainer Bellenbaum (media critic, film and art critic, Berlin/Vienna), Christian Schulte (cultural critic, Alexander Kluge research center, University of Vienna), Sir Henry (musician, composer, actor, Berlin), Ann Cotten (writer, translator, Berlin/Vienna), Michael Loebenstein (author, curator, director, Austrian Film Museum, Vienna), Brigadier Dr. Wolfgang Peischel (Editor in chief, ÖMZ Österreichische Militärische Zeitschrift, Vienna), and other surprise guests. Sarah Morris (artist, filmmaker, New York) will be present via video call.

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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
11.00 - 18.00
JOINT VENTURES

Alexander Kluge: Theory like swimming in the storm

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
Based on his multimedia exhibition Pluriversum. The Poetic Power of Theory (6 June, 2018 – 30 September, 2018), Alexander Kluge will organize a film and discussion workshop with his guests at Belvedere 21. The previous evening, on July 6, Alexander Kluge will show a special program with texts, films and music entitled Knowing the emergency exits is the finest theatre of the world, as a preparation for the workshop on July 7. The film workshop will offer a dynamic combination of theory, poetics, and practice.

Aside from Alexander Kluge, other participants will be:  Rainer Bellenbaum (media critic, film and art critic, Berlin/Vienna), Christian Schulte (cultural critic, Alexander Kluge research center, University of Vienna), Sir Henry (musician, composer, actor, Berlin), Ann Cotten (writer, translator, Berlin/Vienna), Michael Loebenstein (author, curator, director, Austrian Film Museum, Vienna), Brigadier Dr. Wolfgang Peischel (Editor in chief, ÖMZ Österreichische Militärische Zeitschrift, Vienna), and other surprise guests. Sarah Morris (artist, filmmaker, New York) will be present via video call.

#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
19.00 - 21.00
JOINT VENTURES

Reinventing Utopian Thinking

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
What united the 68 movement across different countries and continents was the idea that a better, more just and equal world was possible and should be demanded. What is the state of the utopian ideal today, after the failure of the great 20th-century utopias? And does this failure mean the total loss of utopian thinking? The economist and social reformer Otto Neurath wrote that we only fully recognize the real if we survey the possible. Pushing back against talk of a “post-utopian age,” the program Reinventing Utopian Thinking aims to consider, in the spirit of Neurath, the horizons of the present in the form of alternative social and political concepts.

With Barbara Blaha (author, head of Politkongress Momentum, Vienna), Carola Dertnig (artist, Vienna), Ben Gyula Fodor (artist, Vienna), Dorothee Frank (journalist Ö1, Vienna), Ulrike Guérot (political scientist, European Democracy Lab, Berlin and Danube University Krems), Heidrun Holzfeind (artist, Vienna), Oliver Marchart (political theorist, author, University of Vienna), Karl Markovics (actor, Vienna), Elke Rauth (urban researcher, head of urbanize! Festival and editor of derive – Zeitschrift für Stadtforschung), Sillyconductor (sound artist, Bucharest), and many more.

#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
19.00 - 21.00
JOINT VENTURES

Reinventing Utopian Thinking

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
What united the 68 movement across different countries and continents was the idea that a better, more just and equal world was possible and should be demanded. What is the state of the utopian ideal today, after the failure of the great 20th-century utopias? And does this failure mean the total loss of utopian thinking? The economist and social reformer Otto Neurath wrote that we only fully recognize the real if we survey the possible. Pushing back against talk of a “post-utopian age,” the program Reinventing Utopian Thinking aims to consider, in the spirit of Neurath, the horizons of the present in the form of alternative social and political concepts.

With Barbara Blaha (author, head of Politkongress Momentum, Vienna), Carola Dertnig (artist, Vienna), Ben Gyula Fodor (artist, Vienna), Dorothee Frank (journalist Ö1, Vienna), Ulrike Guérot (political scientist, European Democracy Lab, Berlin and Danube University Krems), Heidrun Holzfeind (artist, Vienna), Oliver Marchart (political theorist, author, University of Vienna), Karl Markovics (actor, Vienna), Elke Rauth (urban researcher, head of urbanize! Festival and editor of derive – Zeitschrift für Stadtforschung), Sillyconductor (sound artist, Bucharest), and many more.

#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
14.00 - 21.00
JOINT VENTURES

Reinventing Utopian Thinking

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
What united the 68 movement across different countries and continents was the idea that a better, more just and equal world was possible and should be demanded. What is the state of the utopian ideal today, after the failure of the great 20th-century utopias? And does this failure mean the total loss of utopian thinking? The economist and social reformer Otto Neurath wrote that we only fully recognize the real if we survey the possible. Pushing back against talk of a “post-utopian age,” the program Reinventing Utopian Thinking aims to consider, in the spirit of Neurath, the horizons of the present in the form of alternative social and political concepts.

With Barbara Blaha (author, head of Politkongress Momentum, Vienna), Carola Dertnig (artist, Vienna), Ben Gyula Fodor (artist, Vienna), Dorothee Frank (journalist Ö1, Vienna), Ulrike Guérot (political scientist, European Democracy Lab, Berlin and Danube University Krems), Heidrun Holzfeind (artist, Vienna), Oliver Marchart (political theorist, author, University of Vienna), Karl Markovics (actor, Vienna), Elke Rauth (urban researcher, head of urbanize! Festival and editor of derive – Zeitschrift für Stadtforschung), Sillyconductor (sound artist, Bucharest), and many more.

#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 - 18.00
JOINT VENTURES

Reinventing Utopian Thinking

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
What united the 68 movement across different countries and continents was the idea that a better, more just and equal world was possible and should be demanded. What is the state of the utopian ideal today, after the failure of the great 20th-century utopias? And does this failure mean the total loss of utopian thinking? The economist and social reformer Otto Neurath wrote that we only fully recognize the real if we survey the possible. Pushing back against talk of a “post-utopian age,” the program Reinventing Utopian Thinking aims to consider, in the spirit of Neurath, the horizons of the present in the form of alternative social and political concepts.

With Barbara Blaha (author, head of Politkongress Momentum, Vienna), Carola Dertnig (artist, Vienna), Ben Gyula Fodor (artist, Vienna), Dorothee Frank (journalist Ö1, Vienna), Ulrike Guérot (political scientist, European Democracy Lab, Berlin and Danube University Krems), Heidrun Holzfeind (artist, Vienna), Oliver Marchart (political theorist, author, University of Vienna), Karl Markovics (actor, Vienna), Elke Rauth (urban researcher, head of urbanize! Festival and editor of derive – Zeitschrift für Stadtforschung), Sillyconductor (sound artist, Bucharest), and many more.

#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
19.00 - 21.00
JOINT VENTURES

Reclaiming Democracy

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
It will be much more interesting to see who the revolutionaries of 2018 will be than to indulge in nostalgia for the generation of 1968, according to social psychologist Harald Welzer in an article published in early 2018. At the same time, he warns us not to leave the future of democracy in the hands of the new Right. Pluralist representative democracy is under pressure, if not in its worst crisis in decades. A liberal social order, a social safety net, and minority rights are being called into question by forces of right-wing populism. Which approaches and strategies of reconquest can be developed in different fields of cultural practice?

With Bassam El Baroni (curator, author, Alexandria/Helsinki), Isolde Charim (philosopher, Vienna, tbc), Gabu Heindl (architect, city planner, Vienna), Srećko Horvat (philosopher, DiEM 25, Zagreb, requested), Dominik Kamalzadeh (film critic, publicist, Vienna), Doreen Mende (curator, theorist, Berlin), Robert Misik (journalist, author, Vienna), Nora Sternfeld (documenta professor, Kunsthochschule Kassel), Harald Welzer (sociologist, futurzwei. Stiftung Zukunftsfähigkeit, Berlin, tbc), and many more.

#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
19.00 - 21.00
JOINT VENTURES

Reclaiming Democracy

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
It will be much more interesting to see who the revolutionaries of 2018 will be than to indulge in nostalgia for the generation of 1968, according to social psychologist Harald Welzer in an article published in early 2018. At the same time, he warns us not to leave the future of democracy in the hands of the new Right. Pluralist representative democracy is under pressure, if not in its worst crisis in decades. A liberal social order, a social safety net, and minority rights are being called into question by forces of right-wing populism. Which approaches and strategies of reconquest can be developed in different fields of cultural practice?

With Bassam El Baroni (curator, author, Alexandria/Helsinki), Isolde Charim (philosopher, Vienna, tbc), Gabu Heindl (architect, city planner, Vienna), Srećko Horvat (philosopher, DiEM 25, Zagreb, requested), Dominik Kamalzadeh (film critic, publicist, Vienna), Doreen Mende (curator, theorist, Berlin), Robert Misik (journalist, author, Vienna), Nora Sternfeld (documenta professor, Kunsthochschule Kassel), Harald Welzer (sociologist, futurzwei. Stiftung Zukunftsfähigkeit, Berlin, tbc), and many more.

#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
14.00 - 21.00
JOINT VENTURES

Reclaiming Democracy

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
It will be much more interesting to see who the revolutionaries of 2018 will be than to indulge in nostalgia for the generation of 1968, according to social psychologist Harald Welzer in an article published in early 2018. At the same time, he warns us not to leave the future of democracy in the hands of the new Right. Pluralist representative democracy is under pressure, if not in its worst crisis in decades. A liberal social order, a social safety net, and minority rights are being called into question by forces of right-wing populism. Which approaches and strategies of reconquest can be developed in different fields of cultural practice?

With Bassam El Baroni (curator, author, Alexandria/Helsinki), Isolde Charim (philosopher, Vienna, tbc), Gabu Heindl (architect, city planner, Vienna), Srećko Horvat (philosopher, DiEM 25, Zagreb, requested), Dominik Kamalzadeh (film critic, publicist, Vienna), Doreen Mende (curator, theorist, Berlin), Robert Misik (journalist, author, Vienna), Nora Sternfeld (documenta professor, Kunsthochschule Kassel), Harald Welzer (sociologist, futurzwei. Stiftung Zukunftsfähigkeit, Berlin, tbc), and many more.

#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 - 18.00
JOINT VENTURES

Reclaiming Democracy

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
It will be much more interesting to see who the revolutionaries of 2018 will be than to indulge in nostalgia for the generation of 1968, according to social psychologist Harald Welzer in an article published in early 2018. At the same time, he warns us not to leave the future of democracy in the hands of the new Right. Pluralist representative democracy is under pressure, if not in its worst crisis in decades. A liberal social order, a social safety net, and minority rights are being called into question by forces of right-wing populism. Which approaches and strategies of reconquest can be developed in different fields of cultural practice?

With Bassam El Baroni (curator, author, Alexandria/Helsinki), Isolde Charim (philosopher, Vienna, tbc), Gabu Heindl (architect, city planner, Vienna), Srećko Horvat (philosopher, DiEM 25, Zagreb, requested), Dominik Kamalzadeh (film critic, publicist, Vienna), Doreen Mende (curator, theorist, Berlin), Robert Misik (journalist, author, Vienna), Nora Sternfeld (documenta professor, Kunsthochschule Kassel), Harald Welzer (sociologist, futurzwei. Stiftung Zukunftsfähigkeit, Berlin, tbc), and many more.

#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