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Andreas Siekmann in conversation – Podcast

In the last podcast featuring „… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace” artist Andreas Siekmann talks about his work “Heads” that addresses the implications of economic developments and processes of gentrification and privatization.

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Margot Pilz – KISS Podcast

In the new KISS podcast we meet conceptual and media artist Margot Pilz and talk about her works and actions she used to fight for increased women’s representation, right to self-determination, and collective emancipation – like in her “Hausfrauendenkmal” from 1979 which she restaged as part of KISS.

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Eva Egermann – KISS Podcast

In the second KISS podcast artist Eva Egermann talks about her project “Hold off, but hold me”, in which she shows banners and posters with texts by author Ianina Ilitcheva at various locations in Vienna’s public space, including the Central Garden and Mariahilferstrasse.

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Johanna Tinzl – KISS Podcast

For our current KISS podcast we meet artist Johanna Tinzl to talk about her work. Employing a variety of mediums, it is based on a sensitive and often collaborative examination of particular histories, which she connects to collective memories and to politically driven processes of representation.

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Thomas Geiger – KISS Podcast

For the first podcast featuring the exhibition project KISS we meet artist Thomas Geiger, who for his “Festival of Minimal Actions” at Reumannplatz in Vienna-Favoriten reperforms works by different artists dealing with the possibilities and impossibilities of physical interaction, affection, intimacy, and romance in public space during periods of pandemic. (in German)

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Selma Selman in conversation – Podcast

In the current podcast featuring the exhibition “… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace” artist Selma Selman talks about her drawing series “Superpositional Intersectionalism” as an attempt to expose and neutralize preconceived notions of what constitutes opposites and contradictions.

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Doujak and Barker: The Devil and the Uncle, 2020

The sound piece “The Devil and the Uncle” accompanies Ines Doujak’s installation “The Devil Travels” on show in the exhibition “… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace”. The artist’s works investigate gender stereotypes and neocolonial exploitation against the backdrop of a complex world economy.

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Victoria Lomasko in conversation – Podcast

In the new podcast featuring the exhibition “… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace” artist Victoria Lomasko talks about how she found the idea for her new work “Underwater” that invites viewers to enter the intimacy of the deep waters: she not only draws events but also the emotions present and felt therein.

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Vlatka Horvat in conversation – Podcast

In the current podcast featuring the exhibition “… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace” artist Vlatka Horvat talks about her installations that assert themselves in the room as obstacles or as riddles of sorts, directing and choreographing movement trajectories and thought processes.

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Milica Tomić in conversation – Podcast

In the current podcast featuring the exhibition “… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace” Milica Tomić talks about her work “On Love Afterwards” which draws on history as a process of discontinuity by using methods of montage to juxtapose different histories of resistance.

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Saddie Choua in conversation – Podcast

In the current podcast featuring the exhibition “… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace” Saddie Choua talks about using popular culture in her work layering fiction, literature, music, and theater into spatial situations to tell stories.

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Jessika Khazrik for the Society of False Witnesses in conversation

In the new podcast featuring the exhibition “… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace” Jessika Khazrik for the Society of False Witnesses talks about about her installation “VRLAMXXAB8ND“, which deals with a very personal incident that happened to her just two months before the exhibition opened in March 2020.

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Wendelien van Oldenborgh in conversation – Podcast

In the fourth podcast featuring the exhibition “… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace” Wendelien van Oldenborgh talks about how Film was not just something to reflect on, but also activating behaviour.

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Oliver Ressler in conversation – Podcast

In the third podcast featuring the exhibition “… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace” Oliver Ressler talks about activism for climate protection and criticism of capitalism, as well as the protest movements he has accompanied with his camera for years.

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Monika Grabuschnigg in conversation – Podcast

The second podcast of the exhibition “… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace” features artist Monika Grabuschnigg talking about her series “Crash (Simulation)” and also includes additional voices commenting on the works and the wider context of the show.

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Adji Dieye in conversation – Podcast

A new podcast series gives you first hand insights into the exhibited works of the current exhibition “… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace”. The artists themselves talk about their artistic practice, issues they encounter along the way and overall thoughts on what matters to them today.

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Andreas Fogarasi. Nine Buildings, Stripped – Podcast

In the second edition of the Kunsthalle Wien Podcast we met artist Andreas Fogarasi during the set-up of his exhibition. After a conversation about the concept of his show, we walked through the city and talked about urban transformation processes.

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Time Is Thirsty – Podcast

The first edition of our Kunsthalle Wien Podcast takes you on a journey to the exhibition Time is Thirsty. In a conversation with curator Luca Lo Pinto, we chat about the possibility of a trip through time, why it would be boring to show only artworks from 1992 – the founding year of the Kunsthalle Wien – and which artwork he would preserve for eternity. Florence Bonnefous of Galerie Air de Paris as well as the artists Sissel Tolaas and Jason Dodge also provide insights into their contributions to the exhibition.

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Publishing as an Artistic Toolbox: 1989–2017

The multi-part exhibition project “Publishing as an Artistic Toolbox: 1989–2017” explores the potentials of publishing – in the form of books, magazines, journals, artistic interventions, websites – as a particular medium and context both to circulate information, knowledge – and to produce art.