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Date | 23.06.2021 - 28.06.2021
Venue | Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Lehárgasse 8 , 1060 Vienna, 1. floor, studio south

Exhibition and perfomative lab from students of the studio for Post-conceptual Art at the Institute of Fine Arts in cooperation with the Smashing Wor(l)ds project.

Opening hours: 2 pm - 6 pm, Studio for Post-conceptual Art, Lehargasse 8/I
Works at Schillerplatz on view all day


Designed by Valentin Pfenniger, 2021


The pandemic COVID-19 has redefined public space. Many citizens disappeared from public space, and meanwhile, this space was also abused by the right-wing mob. On the other hand, by regulating the use of public space, the state has left people to themselves, to their traumatic past, their precarious present, and their self-isolation. Many are made invisible. We will address these issues, in the center and on the periphery of the city.

1 Ju Yoo and Asma Aiad, Invisible Women, 2021 

Participants: Asma Aiad and Ju Yoo,  Rui Bai, Victoria Eliseykina, Robert Jolly, Aaron Kimmig, Nathalie Köbli with Arno Gitschthaler and Felix Huber, Mika Maruyama, Mirjana Mustra and Lieber Michael, Mohammad Numan, Valentin Pfenniger, Jovita Pristovšek, Sisanmi Schuller, Timotheus Ueberall, Imrich Veber, Kyra Sophie Wilhelmseder,  Tino Zimmermann, Cathérine Lehnerer with Rawan Almohamad, Munar Khalid Biiq and Arabina Amedoska

In collaboration with Austrian Science Fund and  project Smashing Wor(l)ds supported by Creative Europe and led by kulturen in bewegung/VIDC, Vienna.

For more information about the project Smashing Wor(l)ds: Cultural Practices for re/Imagining & un/Learning Vocabularies please follow the link: https://kultureninbewegung.org/en/projects/smashing-worlds/