3 – 3.30 pm
Welcome by Christiane Ehrharter
Input by Susanne Hamscha (founding member of the Crip Magazine comittee): Between Art and Activism: The Cultural Visualization of Disability
Partly by pronounced, partly by nuanced critique, artists and activists themselves take control of how they are talked about and raise questions about participation and self-determination for discussion. This talk will discuss how the intersection of art and activism opens up options for action to make the diversity of lives with disabilities conscious and visible by way of using best practice examples from the cultural field and from the field of activist movements (Disability Visibility Project, #CripTheVote, Sick Festival, Disability Arts Online, No Limits Festival).
3.30 – 5 pm
Networking-workshop hosted by Michaela Moser
The event is designed for cultural workers with disabilities, neurodivergence and chronic diseases, as well as all interested parties.
The agendas of the magazine project will be taken over and continued by a new founding committee. We invite you to the founding of Crip Magazine in the sculpture garden of Belvedere 21. The focus lies on the collective development and perspectives for the continuation of the magazine.
Crip Magazine is a structure of solidarity and an anti-repression tool, a traveling space for exchange and fermentation of discourses, materialized as an artistic magazine project.
Eva Egermann is an artist working in various media and collective contexts in a process-based and artistic-research way on topics from pop culture, social movements and art or science history. She has edited Crip Magazine since 2012. She is a member of the core team of the Austrian Research Network for Disability Studies (DISTA).
Anne Faucheret is an art historian and curator. She has been working for Kunsthalle Wien since 2014, where she has realized, the exhibitions Hysterical Mining (with Vanessa J. Müller) and Work it, feel it! (with Eva Meran), among others. She also works in collective artistic constellations in which she explores new forms of research, sharing and cooperation. She is interested in the relationships between art, technology and everything that lives.
Dr. Susanne Hamscha holds a PhD in cultural studies with a focus on gender studies, disability studies and queer studies. She is a diversity trainer, researcher and project manager with many years of professional experience at the intersection of international cooperation, science and education.
Belvedere 21 in cooperation with Kunsthalle Wien
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