Weekly Essentials: March 11 - 17

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Cat Jimenez & Maiko Sakurai Karner »Whats the Difference?«. Photo by Ina Aydogan

Essentials March 11 - 17

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, March 11

Art Opening
Hyperartefakte
In his exhibition at Operngasse 36, Xaver Gschnitzer deals with the imaginary and the illusionary, the relation between media and materials, object and ideas.

Tuesday, March 12

Art Screening
Heinz Frank
This evening provides an insight into the cinematic work of and about Heinz Frank. After the screenings, Lucas Gehrmann and Heinz Frank talk about the cinematic impressions and the artist‘s extensive œuvre at Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz.

Performance Dance
Cat Jimenez & Maiko Sakurai Karner: Whats the Difference?
»What’s the Difference?« is a hybrid format between exhibition and dance, told from the perspective of Asians raised in Austria. In this open space, Cat Jimenez and Maiko Sakurai Karner explore their personal Eurasian dualism at brut im Atelier Augarten.

Wednesday, March 13

Performance Dance
Cat Jimenez & Maiko Sakurai Karner: Whats the Difference?
»What’s the Difference?« is a hybrid format between exhibition and dance, told from the perspective of Asians raised in Austria. In this open space, Cat Jimenez and Maiko Sakurai Karner explore their personal Eurasian dualism at brut im Atelier Augarten.

Art Opening
Der Regen
For his solo exhibition at the Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, Herbert Brandl is showing current paintings and sculptures that signal a new and energy-charged stylistic idiom within his oeuvre.

Art Screening
Social Classes and Culture: The Tastes of Others
The extent to which class-based taste determines cultural consumption to this day can still be fiercely debated some forty years after the publication of Bourdieu’s book, and will be discussed in the mumok cinema. Who would like to watch a French film with English subtitles at an evening screening in a museum—do you want to experience something different?

Art Talk
Artist Talk with Nicolas Jasmin
Curator Luisa Ziaja speaks with the artist about his creative process, his references, rules and coincidence, and, last but not least, about the unconscious and the enigmatic inherent in his paintings at Belvedere 21.

Thursday, March 14

Performance Dance
Cat Jimenez & Maiko Sakurai Karner: Whats the Difference?
»What’s the Difference?« is a hybrid format between exhibition and dance, told from the perspective of Asians raised in Austria. In this open space, Cat Jimenez and Maiko Sakurai Karner explore their personal Eurasian dualism at brut im Atelier Augarten.

Art Opening
Container Contained
Galerie Meyer Kainer opens the exhibition with works by Ulrike Müller, who explores the relationships between abstraction and bodies and a concept of painting that is not restricted to brush and canvas.

Friday, March 15

Performance Dance
Kat Válastur: OILinity
With forceful movements, meticulous choreography, and black humour, »OILinity« confronts the audience with a dance work that reveals the hidden human traits as well as those of petroleum, finding a vocabulary of movement in which forces and speeds culminate in the crude beauty of dripping oil at TQW Halle G.

Performance Dance
Alex Franz Zehetbauer: wet dreaming at 52Hz
»Wet dreaming at 52Hz« guides us under the surface into an audio-visual ocean of whale intelligence. In his performance, Alex Franz Zehetbauer examines the complex emotional and auditory consciousness of whales and translates their ancient form of long-distance communication into the performance space at brut im Atelier Augarten.

Art Opening
Beyond the Land of Minimal Possessions
Lili Reynaud-Dewar’s exhibition »Beyond the Land of Minimal Possessions« is a horror comedy on the complex and intricate topics of art, gentrification and emancipation at the gallery Emanuel Layr.

Art Book launch
Sack of Potatoes
Visual artist Andy Schumacher will read from his new novel, which was published by Therapy Press, at Blue Lagoon.

Music Live
Coco Béchamel
Coco Béchamel shows her sound performance »ÄHH« at Zentrale. »Often the artist herself does not know what exactly will happen on stage, but this is for sure: Improvisation. Experiment. Initiative.« (Reform Act).

Music Party
Dead Sea Diaries
Dead Sea Diaries is all about techno’s most mysterious figures and dedication. True to its motto, Shifted, Rene Schwarzmann, Matt Mor, and Cris will play at Grelle Forelle.

Saturday, March 16

Performance Dance
Kat Válastur: OILinity
With forceful movements, meticulous choreography, and black humour, »OILinity« confronts the audience with a dance work that reveals the hidden human traits as well as those of petroleum, finding a vocabulary of movement in which forces and speeds culminate in the crude beauty of dripping oil at TQW Halle G.

Performance Dance
Alex Franz Zehetbauer: wet dreaming at 52Hz
»Wet dreaming at 52Hz« guides us under the surface into an audio-visual ocean of whale intelligence. In his performance, Alex Franz Zehetbauer examines the complex emotional and auditory consciousness of whales and translates their ancient form of long-distance communication into the performance space at brut im Atelier Augarten.

Performance Dance
Inge Gappmaier: protect.
As part of the Handle with Care series, Inge Gappmaier opens up her rehearsal process and presents excerpts of her new solo project, »protect.«, in which she dances a duet with herself at brut im Atelier Augarten.

Music Party
Wet
Wet–the party for girls who are looking for girls–is back at Opera Club with DJ Kündigung, Rosa Calix, and Lisstn. To provide a safe space, there will be a restricted door policy!

Sunday, March 17

Performance Dance
Alex Franz Zehetbauer: wet dreaming at 52Hz
»Wet dreaming at 52Hz« guides us under the surface into an audio-visual ocean of whale intelligence. In his performance, Alex Franz Zehetbauer examines the complex emotional and auditory consciousness of whales and translates their ancient form of long-distance communication into the performance space at brut im Atelier Augarten.

Performance Dance
Inge Gappmaier: protect.
As part of the Handle with Care series, Inge Gappmaier opens up her rehearsal process and presents excerpts of her new solo project, »protect.«, in which she dances a duet with herself at brut im Atelier Augarten.

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