Venice Biennial 2022
Giving you a quick update on the spatial installation "Intra-Actions: Existence is not an Individual Matter" at Palazzo Mora, Room #18 at the Academic Venice Biennial 2022, curated by the European Cultural Center.
As mentioned in my previous Blog Post the installation is this year's contribution of our Center for Didactics of Art and Interdisciplinary Education at the University of Applied Arts Vienna.
It is on display until 27th of November and you are cordially invited to visit and contribute to the artwork, as with pieces of coal provided for drawing on the walls, you can become involved too!
The installation is already growing - compare for yourself below:
1+2 before the opening: a room with white walls (photo © Pia Scharler)
3+4+5+6 nearly 6 weeks after the opening (photo © Aneta Luberda)
What's coming up next?
Mark your calendar as JUNE is a month of Performances, Concert, Live Talks, Workshops and much more.
June 11th and 12th
Performance: insitu ani·motion
By: Ivan Pantelic & Bernd Rohrauer
Where: Palazzo Mora, Palazzo Bembo, Marinaressa Gardens, 30121 Venezia, Italy
June 12th, 2022 | 4 p.m. Concert: the touch of a heartbeat
By: Agnes Haider: Keys; Andreas Broger. Reeds; Dietmar Flosdorf: Strings; Raphael Vorraber: Drums
Where: Main Hall of Palazzo Mora, Strada Nuova #3659, 30121 Venezia, Italy
June 13th and 14th
Opera Aperta 2
4 Workshops on Day 1 and Live Stream and Disucssion on Day 2
Where: Palazzo Michiel, 30121 Venezia, Italy
PERFORMANCE: insitu ani·motion
Saturday June 11th and Sunday 12th, 2022 | Palazzo Mora, Palazzo Bembo, Marinaressa Gardens
By: Ivan Pantelic & Bernd Rohrauer
How can we use media as a participatory tool to simultaneously create impact on space and people? This project aims to answer this question. Understanding space as an outcome of social processes, insitu ani·motion is developed as a method that enables participatory performative public space interventions by collective video-making.
How is this achieved? By creating conditions for real-time video-making onsite collaboration: a technical tool provides a platform which entices passers-by to change their routines, get together and create a collective stop motion-based animated film on site, screen it on the surrounding surface and thus contribute to placemaking by changing its use and appeal. This challenges the conventions of mediamaking by blending its different phases which, conventionally, would be separated in time: the production, post-production and screening coincide. Neither the outcome itself is fixed, nor are the roles of partakers, simultaneous filmmakers, editors and spectators.
CONCERT: The touch of a heartbeat
Sunday 12th, 2022 | 4pm-5pm | Palazzo Mora
Agnes Haider - keys Andreas Broger - reeds Dietmar Flosdorf - strings Raphael Vorraber - drums
Visit Palazzo Mora to hear the beautiful melodies from musicians from the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. Four musicians from the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna have come together and play their own compositions and improvisations for piano, saxophone, viola and drums. The unusual cast triggers emotions, comes from the soul and arises spontaneously in interaction.
OPERA APERTA: Art & Social Impact
June 13th | OPERA APERTA – WORKSHOPS | 10am-6:30pm | Palazzo Michiel
10 -12 am Workshop 1 - Art & Inclusion – Turning The World Upside Down in collaboration with art association GRIESSNER STADL with LEBENSHILFE Murau and the theater director FRANZ-XAVER MAYR
1:30 - 3 pm Workshop 2 - Empathy: Being touched
in collaboration with DEMEDARTS
3:30 - 5 pm Workshop 3 - Navigate cancer through artistic roadmaps
in collaboration with St. Anna Kinderkrebsforschung / art4science
5 - 6.30 pm Workshop 4 - New Incentives for Patient Empowerment
in collaboration with INTERACCT
Address: Palazzo Michiel, Strada Nuova - 4391 Campo Santi Apostoli, 30121 Venezia, Italy
June 14th | OPERA APERTA – Stream| 7pm-8:30pm | Palazzo Michiel & online
7 - 8:30 pm panel-discussions/ Live Stream hosted by the Wiener Zeitung
Address: ONLINE & OFFLINE @Palazzo Michiel, Strada Nuova - 4391 Campo Santi Apostoli, 30121 Venezia, Italy
The installation is accompanied by artist talks, performances and workshops, the so-called Opera Aperta and will be medially mediated and live-streamed by the oldest daily newspaper still published in the world: The Wiener Zeitung (feat. by Wolfgang Renner).
The program is co-created in collaboration with Georg Russegger (Academy of Fine Arts Vienna).
Mark those days for the months ahead
Opera Aperta 3: Digital Humanism, Collaboration & Sustainability
August 29th and 30th, 2022
Opera Aperta 4: Art & Media Ethics, Visual Competences
October 17th and 18th, 2022
Opera Aperta 5: Art & Diversity
November 24th and 25th, 2022
Media Coverage & Links for more info
Article in the Wienerzeitung: https://www.wienerzeitung.at/dossiers/venice-biennial-2022/2146920-Weltrettung-in-der-Besenkammer.html
Article on the First Opera Aperta Stream where I took part in the panel discussion: https://www.wienerzeitung.at/dossiers/venice-biennial-2022/2145180-Kunst-als-Seismograf-der-Gesellschaft.html
Overview of the exhibition and its events: https://personalstructures.com/events/
General Exhibition Time
April 23rd to November 27th
Opened daily 10 am - 6 pm, Closed on Tuesdays
Address: Palazzo Mora, Strada Nuova #3659, 30121 Venezia, Italy
Ruth Mateus-Berr (Lead), Art 4 Science (Teresa Berr, Evelyn Blumenau, Bela Borsodi, Barbara Brunmair, Lisa Huto, Günter Koch, Heinrich Kovar, Eva König (PL), Walter Kreuz, Max Kropitz, Lukas Lach, Ruth Mateus-Berr, Franz Reisecker, Wolfgang Renner, Sebastian Seegy, Sabine Taschner-Mandl, Eleni Tomazou, Romana Zöchling), Manuel C.Bachinger, Pamela Bartar, Christina Berger, Sophie Bösker, Christina Carli, Lio Ebenstein, Cornelia Feitsinger, Carmen Fetz, Max Fink, Harald Friedl, Magdalena Friedl, Julia Fromm, Martina Fröschl, Lena Fürjesi, Natascha Gerold, Eva Greisberger, Nick Gröller, L. Vanessa Gruber, Florian Gutmann, Ida J. Hausner, Lea Heinz, Julia Hemmelmaier, Christa Holzbauer, Maurício Ianês, INTERACCT (Pascal Blikman, Barbara Brunmair, Helmut Hlavacs (PL), Fares Kayali, Jens Kuczwara, Anita Lawitschka, Zsuzsanna Lehner, Ruth Mateus-Berr, Daniel Martinek, Michael Nebel, Konrad Peters, Andrea Reithofer, Marisa Silbernagl, Melanie Strasser, Manuel Sprung, Rebecca Wölfle), Lisa Kielmeier, Klaudia Kozma, Claudia Kragulj, Nicole Krenn, Vanessa Kügerl, Lukács Lászlo, Hanna Lex, Igor Lintz-Maués, Aneta Luberda, Pia Mayer, Aurélie Mazars, Mattia Minelli, Maria Mogy, Heinrich Viktor Nagy, Pavel Naydenov, Shahab Nedaei, Ivan Pantelic, Michelle Pavonic, Ana Pluhar, Eren Puke, Gabriela Urrutia Reyes, Bernd Rohrauer, Nilufar Royce, Manuel Salomon, Valentina Santner, Wagner Felipe dos Santos, Pia Scharler, Michaela Schober, Lydia Simon, Tatia Skhirtiadze, Lea Sonderegger, Lisa Truttmann, Sebastian Robinson, Alfred Vendl, Christina Weiler, Alexander Weik, Lea Wieser, Ruth Zimmermann
Opera Aperta Participants
Pamela Bartar, Ruth Mateus-Berr, Barbara Brunmair, Christina Carli, Nicole Daros, Anita Eichinger, Gert Engelbrecht, Romana Zöchling, Dietmar Flosdorf, Martina Fröschl, Lara Girotto, Eva Greisberger, Constantin Gröbner, L. Vanessa Gruber, Agnes Haider, Tamara Hotter, Lisa Kielmeier, Heinrich Kovar, Alexandra Leitgeb, Moritz Matschke, Franz-Xaver Mayr, Jeanette Müller, Ferdinand Nagele, Irina Nalis, Shahab Nedai, Andreas Oberweger, Günther Ogris, Verena Plutzar, David Rauter, Ursula Reisenberger, Wolfgang Renner Philipp Rirsch, Rosa Roedelius, Georg Russegger, Pia Scharler, Eva-Maria Stadler, Miriam Sumann, Marina Trippl, Gerhard Url, Gabriela Urrutia Reyes, Alfred Vendl, Patricia Weinberger, Daniel Wiedemaier, Heliane Wiesauer-Reiterer, Anita Winkler
Please visit the Website of the Center for Didactics of Art and Interdisciplinary Education at the University of Applied Arts Vienna for more information and updates!
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