What to Do in Vienna This Week

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Milica Tomić »On Love Afterwards«, action, January 2020, Vienna, Photo: Srđan Veljović

Essentials March 2–8

The »Weekly Essentials« present our top picks of the most exciting events and exhibition openings you shouldn’t miss this week.

Tuesday, March 3

Opening
Human by Design & In Machine We Trust
Critical voices of a young generation of designers and theorists
MAK, Stubenring 5

Thursday, March 5

Opening
Having Lived & Butter
by Ingeborg Strobl and Steve Reinke
mumok, Museumsplatz 1

Opening
Rhizome
with works by Tali Lennox, Jillian Mayer, Nana Mandl, Siggi Sekira, Katerina Zbortkova
Galerie Kandlhofer, Brucknerstraße 4

Opening
À l’endroit et à l’envers du temps
with works by Antoine Donzeaud, curated by Alexandra-Maria Toth
Georg Kargl Permanent, Schleifmühlgasse 17

Opening
Photographer
by Elfie Semotan
Gabriele Senn Galerie, Schleifmühlgasse 1A

Opening
The relation to time in liquid life
by Cécile Wesolowski
Koenig 2, Margaretenstraße 5

Talk
Old Cracks in New Mirrors
Arts of the Working Class launches its new issue with a Q&A
Suzie Shride, Girardigasse 10/8

Friday, March 6

Opening Performance
When I sought her along the river, …
Evelyn Taocheng Wang on the fantasies and stereotypes of Chinese tourists
Kevin Space, Volkertstraße 17/4

Opening
To the Ghosts of the City
by Linda Reif and Andreas Waldén
Works on Paper, Burggasse 69

Opening
Compilation
Video installation and performance by Anna Barbieri
Format .strk, Zirkusgasse 38

Fair
Editionale
On three days artist books, editions and book objects are presented
Universitätsbibliothek Angewandte, Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz 2

Party
Air Max ‘97
Hard to know what to expect
rrr, Brunnengasse 76

Saturday, March 7

Opening
Hex Hex
26 drawings by Pitt Wenninger
Goldeggasse 29, 2nd backyard

Party
NNNN
with Geier aus Stahl, Misonica, Bocksrucker, Oko Oko, Paul Uhlmann
Rhiz Vienna, U-Bahnbogen 37

Party
Horsepower
with Gaja, Pure, DJ Warzone, Bushra, Peel, Kim Leclerc
Das Werk, Spittelauer Lände 12

Sunday, March 8

Opening
… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace
WHW’s program starts with a group exhibition criticizing the hard processes that undermine emancipatory political values
Kunsthalle Wien, Museumsplatz 1

Book release
Und wie wir hassen!
with Verena Dengler, Raphaela Edelbauer, Lydia Haider, Gertraud Klemm, Kathrin Röggla, Judith Rohrmoser, Stefanie Sargnagel, Sophia Süßmilch
Schauspielhaus Wien, Porzellangasse 19

Screening
Photographer
Portrait of Elfie Semotan and a homage to the passion of photography
Filmcasino, Margaretenstraße 78

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