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Kunstraum Niederoesterreich, Vienna

29.September to 9.December 2017


The exhibition presented artistic investigative works about different disputed fields around the world: rights, law, politics, economy, but also emotions as well play a central role in the appropriation of territories. In addition, there are also factors such as climate change, neocolonialism, utopias, and mythologies. This artistic excursion leads to places like Albern Harbor in Vienna, where there is currently a collision of different interests, or sites of radical change such as deforested areas of Romania and a demolished Roma settlement on the outskirts of Madrid. The exhibition features national and international positions including Khvay Samnang, whose artworks are currently on show at documenta, as well as Peter Fend, Amy Balkin, Anca Benera & Arnold Estefan, Studio Orta, RESANITA, and many others.


Adriana Arroyo, Amy Balkin, Benera & Estefan, Democracia, Peter Fend, Grammar of Urgencies in collaboration with Sabine Bitter and Helmut Weber (Guests: Katrin Hornek, Michael Hofstätter), Mikhail Karikis, Wietske Maas & Matteo Pasquinelli, Lucy + Jorge Orta, RESANITA, Nicole Six & Paul Petritsch, Khvay Samnang


Vienna Art Week Programme: lecture-performance with Peter Fend,  "Wiener Kongress II".
Long Night of the Museums: Grammar of Urgencies and RESANITA.

FLEETING TERRITORIES, eds. Christiane Krejs, Maren Richter, Klaus Schafler, Verlag für Moderne Kunst, Vienna, 2017


Grammar of Urgencies (Maren Richter, Klaus Schafler)

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