Conceptual tour by Andrea Hubin and Jamie Woitynek in the exhibition No Feeling Is Final. The Skopje Solidarity Collection
We kindly ask you to register in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org or directly at the cash desk in Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier. The number of participants is limited.
The guided tour is free with an exhibition ticket and will be held in German.
What does solidarity mean to us today? Do the multiple crises of a world that has become increasingly complex and global require different forms of relating to one another than in 1963, during the Cold War?
Andrea Hubin invites us together with guests to view the exhibition No Feeling Is Final. The Skopje Solidarity Collection as a platform to talk – through the art – about ways of interrelating and forms of solidarity.
Jamie Woitynek is an artist*, trans*, and an activist who is interested in unusual formats of political education. Jamie studied gender studies, political science, and Arabic studies. Most recently they worked on notions and practices of solidarity and resistance in queer* and anarcha*feminist contexts.
On November 19, Jamie will accompany us through the Skopje Solidarity Collection with these questions, among others: What do an urban planning competition and solidarity practice have in common? And why and when do they become contradictory? Why is the exhibition called No Feeling Is Final and what is the role of a politics of feelings?