Artist* Ana Hoffner ex-Prvulovic* will guide you through her* exhibition at Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier.
Registration: email@example.com or directly at the box office.
In order to keep you and our staff healthy, we ask you to follow the recent hygiene and safety requirements of Kunsthalle Wien.
Free Thursday night: every Thursday from 5 – 9 pm, the admission is free.
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.