Weekly Essentials: 20 Things to Do in Vienna

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Oliver Husain, Kerstin Schroedinger, from: DNCB, 2018/2019. Courtesy of Oliver Husain and Kerstin Schroedinger

Essentials June 10 - 16

Where to go and what to do in Vienna: We’ve selected the most exciting events and exhibition openings that should not be missed this week.

Tuesday

Performance
An immaterial gallery
In Krõõt Juurak and Galerie’s immaterial gallery at TQW Studios, visitors are invited on an exploration of different kinds of moods, conflicts, guided tours, rumours and dances.

Wednesday

Opening
Reciprocal relationships
Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair investigates the potential of an autonomous work, which is declared to be a model and thus undergoes further implementation, at SUPER.

Lecture
Artist Lecture Series Vienna
Melanie Ebenhoch gives a lecture and Josef Dabernig releases a publication in the context of the Artist Lecture Series Vienna at the Skulpturinstitut.

Screening
DNCB
Oliver Husain and Kerstin Schroedinger have created an experimental artistic installation that links explorations with material, historical research, and performance at mumok cinema.

Concert
Azephal+Aleph
Jasmine Guffond, who operates at the intersection of society, politics and technology and reflects surveillance technologies in her electronic music, will perform at Alte Schmiede.

Thursday

Opening
Ende Gelände
The artspace GOMO invites you to the exhibition opening by multidisciplinary art collective Jürgen Kleft at Volkertmarkt 8.

Opening
Who the F*ck is Sophia Süßmilch
Sophia Süßmilch has asked six writers to write reviews of paintings that do not yet exist. Critiques and pictures are now unveiled at Büro Weltausstellung.

Opening
L.A. Boomerang
Daniela Hahn and Andrea Lehsiak show works by artists living and working in Los Angeles, supplemented by selected Austrian positions at One Mess Gallery.

Tour
Hysterical Mining
Curator Anne Faucheret will give a free tour of the exhibition at Kunsthalle Wien and discuss the role of technology in the formation of power, identity forms, and lifestyles.

Concert
Dives
In their mumok performance, surf- and garage rock trio Dives offer a foretaste of their debut album, which will be released on Siluh Records in autumn 2019. Admission free!

Concert
ZZZ
For last third night at Rhiz, Sleepers have invited Daniel Blumberg, whose raw emotional songwriting is reimagined from show to show, lyricist and beat producer Elvin Brandhi, and Gischt.

Friday

Opening
Supa O Mobile
Join Stephanie Winter for the long-awaited inauguration of the newly built movable and accessible sculpture Supa O Mobile at Salon Hybrid.

Performance
An immaterial gallery
In Krõõt Juurak and Galerie’s immaterial gallery at TQW Studios, visitors are invited on an exploration of different kinds of moods, conflicts, guided tours, rumours and dances.

Festwochen
Missing People
Béla Tarr’s »Missing People«, created in the intersection of film, installation and performance, makes the Vienna’s inhabitants visible, who are hidden from sight owing to poverty and social hierarchies.

Saturday

Opening
Torpor
Gärtnergasse presents »Torpor«, the first solo exhibition by Malte Zander in Vienna with a new series of works in the style of behind-the-scenes footage.

Festwochen
Missing People
Béla Tarr’s »Missing People«, created in the intersection of film, installation and performance, makes the Vienna’s inhabitants visible, who are hidden from sight owing to poverty and social hierarchies.

Party
Permanent Red
For its summer season closing, Permanent Red has invited Radio 80000’s Heavy Traffic to spin some records as well as Bocksrucker and David Gratzer to perform live at celeste.

Party
Festwochen Closing
After five festival weeks, Wiener Festwochen will bow out with a final party night at Gösserhalle with sounds from London to Kampala: DJ Nervoso, Covco, Yuzu, Bamba Pana & Makaveli, and DJ Inou Ki Endo.

Sunday

Festwochen
Missing People
Béla Tarr’s »Missing People«, created in the intersection of film, installation and performance, makes the Vienna’s inhabitants visible, who are hidden from sight owing to poverty and social hierarchies.

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