18. May 2021
Angewandte is again a partner of the Vienna Biennale and will participate with two projects: the exhibition ECOLOGIES AND POLITICS OF THE LIVING in the Angewandte Innovation Lab and the media sculpture COLLECTIVE ACTION VIEWER on Karlsplatz in Vienna.

Ecologies and Politics of the Living
An exhibition by the University of Applied Arts Vienna and the Angewandte Innovation Lab as part of the Vienna Biennale for Change 2021.

The exhibition explores the interactions of all organisms and processes found on planet Earth and the interplay of animate and inanimate environments - against the backdrop of a politically and economically interwoven world. The works offer a view on the " third nature" and illustrate what, despite human manipulation and various contaminations of the capitalist system, is able to stay alive and enter into new relations, coexistences and synergies.

Elisabeth Falkensteiner
Ibrahim Mahama
Baerbel Mueller

With contributions by:
Eric Gyamfi
Mae-ling Lokko
Ibrahim Mahama
Uriel Orlow
New-Territories (s/he_f.Roche)
Tracy Naa Koshie Thompson
Susanne Wenger

AIL - Applied Innovation Lab
Georg-Coch-Platz 2
1010 Vienna
(Former Postal Savings Bank)
Free admission.

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28.5. - 3.10.2021
Collective Action Viewer

A contribution by the University of Applied Arts Vienna as part of the Vienna Biennale for Change 2021.

Interactive media sculpture by Verena Tscherner and Joerg Auzinger at Karlsplatz.

The consequences of the global climate crisis are still abstract and diffuse for many people. With their work Collective Action Viewer, the artist duo makes the effects of the global climate catastrophe visible and comprehensible for the viewer. One look through binoculars - and a virtually animated flood scenario is reversed.

The interactive media sculpture will be freely accessible around the clock at Karlsplatz during the VIENNA BIENNALE FOR CHANGE 2021.

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