Location: Studio Molière, Liechtensteinstraße 37, 1090 Vienna
Can machines feel? Which interconnections between human bodies and machines will exist in the future? How do history and work mark the body? And how do technological innovations change the daily work routine in the medical field? As part of the film and educational project Degrowing Narratives, vocational students for orthopedic technology and prostheses have asked these questions together with artists Marlies Pöschl and Michael Simku. The results of this artistic research collaboration will be presented as part of a performative film screening on Tue 28/1 2020 at 7 pm in Studio Molière, Liechtensteinstraße 37, 1090 Vienna.
With contributions from: Hannah Dorn, Michael Lischak, Gabriel Manurung, Matthias Mörth, Lukas Neubert, Ahmed Omar Osman, Thinanon Phatai, Denis Wessinger
Degrowing Naratives is an art education project of Kunsthalle Wien in cooperation with KulturKontakt Austria and Basis.Kultur.Wien – GoForCulture. The project was realized within the framework of “K3 – Cultural Education with Apprentices” with the vocational school for mechanical engineering, manufacturing technology and electronics, and the artists Marlies Pöschl and Michael Simku.
Supported by Saphenus, Studio Molière, LE STUDIO Film and Stage and the Photo Studio of the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna.