Artist* Ana Hoffner ex-Prvulovic* will guide you through her* exhibition at Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier, together with Andrea Hubin.
The tour will be streamed live on Facebook.
Ana Hoffner ex-Prvulovic*’s works take the shape of multimedia installations mixing film, photography, objects, and text. She* looks closely at the fabrication of history, memory, and subjectivity—insisting on the unconscious at work in these processes. In the exhibition, the artist* (re)tells the stories of queerness as a survival strategy, of non-alignment as ethics (and not only as geopolitics), and of family as a space for chosen kinship. She* stages moments of subversion, crisis, and resistance, and in this way attempts to figure out how a contemporary subject can dig up and appropriate hidden histories in order to escape cultural, social, and psychological assignations. In a self-reflexive movement, Hoffner ex-Prvulovic* also questions the capacity of the art field itself to welcome, support, and stand for minoritarian alternatives and non-aligned thought.
* On the crossroads of those who were born 1980 in Paraćin (Yugoslavia), who were moved in 1989, and received capitalist citizenship (Austria) with a new name in 2002.