AIL: Toxic Temple

Processual Exhibition

Angewandte Innovation Laboratory - AIL

In a processual exhibition, Anna Lerchbaumer and Kilian Jörg venerate the beauty of the oil stains, the sublimity of technoscrap, the enlightenment of radioactivity and the transcendence of extinction. Perhaps our new gods will be smelly zombies. LET`S MEET AT THE END OF THE WORLD and let's dance in the intoxication of poisoning!
12. February 2020 - 26. February 2020
Expositur Franz-Josefs-Kai 3 - AIL


30. January 2020 - 18:00
31. January 2020 - 29. February 2020
Galerie Kunsthandel Edition, Admiralitätstraße 76

Noise / Silence

Exhibition & Performance
24. January 2020 - 18:00
Villa Schapira, Max Emanuel Straße 17

Schauraum: Nelson Ramirez de Arellano Conde


curated by: Ruth Schnell and Tommy Schneider

Cuban Time, within a combination of photographs and videos intends to explore a broad spectrum of the relationships that Cuban people have with time, in an interaction of two different projects:  “Hotel Habana” focuses on the possibility to see the same place in different periods, as superimposed layers, as if time were a transparent layer that we could see through. The artist calls our attention on how we understand the past, the present, and how we imagine or fear the future.  The second project “Time Traveler Loop” focuses on the distortion of the perception of the passing of time, while wandering the streets of Havana, in a mesmerizing slow-motion composition that doesn‘t let us know if time goes forward or backwards.
29. November 2019 - 28. February 2020
Schauraum Quartier21, MuseumsQuartier

We need more than one term for these big things

Curated by Melanie Ohnemus

Lilli Thiessen, Louise Lawler, Trisha Donnelly, Ei Arakawa, Cinzia Ruggeri, Greg Parma Smith,
Sophie Gogl, Yasmina Haddad, Andrea Fraser, Tonio Kröner, Bonnie Camplin, Nicole Wermers, Miranda July, Ernst Yohji Jaeger
30. October 2019 - 25. January 2020
Universitätsgalerie der Angewandten im Heiligenkreuzerhof

Victor Papanek: The Politics of Design

Barcelona Design Museum / Museu de Disseny de Barcelona

The Papanek Foundation presents the international travelling exhibition "Victor Papanek: The Politics of Design", co-curated by Alison J. Clarke, a cooperation between the Vitra Design Museum and the Barcelona Design Museum, in collaboration with the Victor J. Papanek Foundation, University of Applied Arts Vienna.
30. October 2019 - 02. February 2020
Museu del Disseny de Barcelona