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14.00 - 21.00
JOINT VENTURES

Reinventing Utopian Thinking

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
Welcome and introduction by
Luisa Ziaja and Claudia Slanar

2.30-3.30 Screening
Christoph Draeger / Heidrun Holzfeind, The Auroville Archives, A/CH 2017, 12 Min., What is Auroville? A/CH 2017, 50 min., English, French, German w English subs

3.30-4 Lecture
Elke Rauth, DemocraCity. The radically democratic city as a concrete utopia

4-4.45 Discussion
with Christoph Draeger and Elke Rauth moderated by Claudia Slanar

5.30-6.30 Lecture
Oliver Marchart, Time loops. On pre-enactments and real utopias
moderated by Luisa Ziaja

7-9 Lecture
Ulrike Guérot, The European Republic as a post-national political utopia
and
Barbara Blaha, Utopia and Power
followed by a discussion moderated by Klaus Webhofer (tbc)


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15.00 - 18.00
JOINT VENTURES

Reinventing Utopian Thinking

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
Screening

Pere Portabella, General Report II. The new abduction of Europe (Informe General II. El Nuevo Rapto de Europa), ES 2015, 126 min, OV (Spanish, Catalan, Basque) with English subs

Director: Pere Portabella, assistant director: Jordí Vidal Amorós, camera: Elisabeth Prandí, editing: Òskar Gómez, sound: Albert Manera
production: Films 59
With Jesús Carrillo, Zdenka Badovinac, Ada Colau, Itziar González Virós, Marina Garcés, Yaiza Hernández, Paul B. Preciado, Manuel Borja-Villel, Antonio Negri, Muriel Casals, Quim Arrufat, David Fernández, Isabel Vallet, Ferran Civit u.v.a.


General Report II. The new abduction of Europe, Pere Portabella’s latest film, looks at the political, economic, social and ecological facets of the crisis from the standpoint of networks and culture. In 1976, the Spanish director filmed a vast fresco in motion covering the last dying members of Franco’s regime and the process for founding a democratic State. Portabella assembled the work in a structure in which the spectator is always aware of the filming device and the type of narration produced by this. A restored version of General Report has come out together with the first showing of Informe General II, thus closing a diptych on the last forty years’ history. It reacts to another historical time, also hectic, unhinged and pressing, in which the map of politicians and institutions born in 1976 has been pushed aside for a diagram of multiple open and changing nodes. How is this new civil society reorganised to recover the instituting and changing function of politics? How do institutions respond to this challenge? How do films connect and interact with these new processes?
Informe General II defends the role of culture as a context for questioning the present and the role of the museum also as a public institution in its status as a setting for dissension and critical imagination from which we can consider what our inherited and immediate "narrations" are, and what type of subject can appropriate these and launch them into the future. Science, citizens’ groups, grassroots social movements and networks complement the cultural institution, tracing out an uncertain outlook that Portabella’s film displays and questions at the same time. (Chema González, Museo Reina Sofía)


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18.30 - 21.30
Blickle Kino at the 21er Haus
¡EL CINE! ZEITGENÖSSISCHE FILME AUS SPANIEN UND MEXIKO

Fernando González Molina, Palmeras en la nieve (Palmen im Schnee), ES 2015, 163 Min.

Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
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Film & Video
18.30 - 20.30
Blickle Kino at the 21er Haus
¡EL CINE! CONTEMPORARY FILMS FROM SPAIN AND MEXICO

Alonso Ruizpalacios, Güeros, MX 2014, 106 Min.

Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
OV with English subtitles
 
Tomas is too much for his lone mother so she sends him to live with his older brother Federico, aka Sombra, in Mexico City. After a bus ride he arrives at his brother's home late at night. The apartment is dark without electricity. The following morning there is no breakfast. Tomas witnesses how Sombra and his roommate can obtain electricity though the neighbor below them by communicating with a girl with Down syndrome. Tomas reads the newspaper and discovers a small note about Epigmenio Cruz, a Mexican folk rock musician, being hospitalized for liver problems. Tomas who idolizes Cruz since his father first brought a cassette of his music, suggests to search for and visit him. They get into a protest march of students, the 1999 student protests in Mexico City, enter a hospital where Cruz had been admitted. Then they cross Mexico City to a zoo where Cruz had been working. His colleague tells them he no longer works there. They eventually find him in a bar … (Production note)
 
Regie: Alonso Ruizpalacios, Drehbuch: Alonso Ruizpalacios, Gibrán Portela, Kamera: Damian Garcia, Musik: Tomás Barreiro, Mit Tenoch Huerta Mejía, Sebastián Aguirre, Ilse Salas, Leonardo Ortizgris
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Film & Video
15.30 - 17.00
Blickle Kino at the 21er Haus
¡EL CINE! ZEITGENÖSSISCHE FILME AUS SPANIEN UND MEXIKO

Enrique Gato, Las aventuras de Tadeo Jones (Tad Stones - Der verlorene Jäger des Schatzes!), ES 2012, Animation, 90 Min.

Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
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Type of event:
Film & Video
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.

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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.

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Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
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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.

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Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
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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.

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19.00 - 20.00
VORTRAG VON VESSELIN POPOV

Digitale Identität

Belvedere 21Belvedere
Event free with valid ticket.
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Expert's tours & Artist's talks