Weekly Essentials: February 25 - March 3

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Matthias Noggler, Untitled, 2019. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna/Rome

Essentials February 25 - March 3

Where to go and what to do - every week, PW-Magazine selects the most exciting events and exhibitions that should not be missed in Vienna!

Monday, February 25

Art Opening
And When I
Enrico Zago’s »..and When I Woke Up My Eyes Were Dazzles and My Ears Were Screeches in the Noontide« is a 360˚ video installation that explores a dystopian dimension where technologies are exponentially and steadily colonising the day-to-day life.

Tuesday, February 26

Art Closing
Lucky Act 2
As part of the finissage of the group show with works by Stefan Fuchs, Nicholas Hoffman, Luke McCreadie, and Lisa Slawitz, Nicholas Hoffman will premiere his audio drama »Lucky Act 2« at Mauve.

Wednesday, February 27

Art Opening
If Lines Ran Parallel
Artist Leena Lübbe has invited Anna Hostek & Vanessa Schmidt to show their works at Skulpturinstitut.

Music Performance Sponsored
Michaela Meise: Antifascist »Schlager« and Chansons
First presented at Volksbühne Berlin, artist and musician Michaela Meise is playing songs from her new album, a collection of Greek, French and Romanian chansons of the post-war era, at Kunsthalle Wien.

Thursday, February 28

Art Opening
On The New. Young Scenes in Vienna
Belvedere 21 brings together 18 individual artistic approaches as well as 12 independent exhibition spaces and juxtaposes specifically produced works with specially arranged exhibitions within the exhibition; artistic and curatorial formats combine to create a dynamic entity that will change over the course of the show.

Performance Dance
Oleg Soulimenko: Origins
»Origins« challenges the perception patterns of the audience by placing special emphasis on different criteria and zooms in on miniature details and examines microscopic contexts. Premiere at TQW Halle G.

Friday, March 1

Performance Dance
Oleg Soulimenko: Origins
»Origins« challenges the perception patterns of the audience by placing special emphasis on different criteria and zooms in on miniature details and examines microscopic contexts. Premiere at TQW Halle G.

Music Concert Reading
Smashed To Pieces
The band of the authors Verena Dürr, David Hoffmann, and Jakob Kraner Smashed To Pieces, inspired by Lawrence Weiner’s lettering on the flak tower in the Esterházypark, plays its first Vienna concert at the Literaturhaus Wien.

Festival Opening
RRRIOT Opening: Eva Zar »Regarding Revolt«
New York based artist Eva Zar is curating the group exhibition »Regarding Revolt«, a critical approach to the concept of beauty, norms and ideas of the female* body. This exhibition showcases various positions, offers alternative perspectives on beauty and will be kicking off RRRIOT Festival 2019.

Music Party
Struma+Iodine & Technoland
Struma+Iodine and Technoland teamed up and invited Altroy and Quehenberger to play a live gig at Rhiz Vienna. These concerts will be followed by DJ sets by Erdem Tunakan, Jeånne, Misonica, and Failix.

Music Party
RRRIOT Party: female:pressure X BLISS
RRRIOT celebrates 21 years of female:pressure with live shows and DJ sets by Acid Maria, CHRA, Electric Indigo, Fauna, Minou Oram, VTSS, Rosa Danner, Therese Terror, Toxe at Traktor Fabrik.

Saturday, March 2

Performance
Codomestication
The artist couple Krõõt Juurak and Alex Bailey–proud parents of their toddler Albert–deal with issues of gender policy in raising a child in »Codomestication« at TQW Studios.

Performance
RRRIOT Performance: Anna Vasof
Kunstraum Niederösterreich and RRRIOT Festival invite you to join the open performance of artist Anna Vasof at FH Technikum Vienna.

Art Opening
RRRIOT Opening: Amelie Zadeh »More Chains Than Mad Dogs«
Amelie Zadeh’s work is focused around questions of the influence of digitalization on collective action. Her exhibition opening at New Jörg is accompanied by two joint performances by TinTin Patrone, Amelie Zadeh, and Albert Mayr aka Jonny Hawaii.

Art Talk
RRRIOT Talk: »Unlocking the Clubhouse«
Kunsthalle Wien & RRRIOT Festival will discuss gender stereotypes in the context of technology: Anne Faucheret, Katrin Hornek, Anne Juren, Vanessa Joan Müller, and Marlies Pöschl will analyize the connotation of male and female objects, their re-contextualization and their gender political implication.

Music Party
Horsepower
Leclerc and DJWarzone have invited Ida Engelhardt from Fast Forward Productions, DJ Disrespect, Flower Crime, and Peel to Das Werk. Of course, the popular hosts also play a few tracks themselves.

Music Party
Remís
Remís’ second night features concerts by French trio Violent Quand on Aime, Geier aus Stahl, and Paul Ebhart at Venster 99. Co-starring: Noel Dinse, Pavel aus Kiew, and Yeni Abdel.

Sunday, March 3

Performance
Codomestication
The artist couple Krõõt Juurak and Alex Bailey–proud parents of their toddler Albert–deal with issues of gender policy in raising a child in »Codomestication« at TQW Studios.

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