Due to the current situation, which requires a minimum distance of one meter between the audience, the current show.Rooms production ABWUNDERUNG moves into the virtual space on 3 evenings. You will be guided through 5 rooms and also have the opportunity to talk to the artists, scientists and NGOs. Duration approx. 70 minutes.
Please register by email at least 1 day before the event to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Afterwards you will receive a link, which is your entrance to the evening event. You will need a computer and internet access.
Thursday, June 25th
- 6 p.m.: warte.Raum, geh.Raum, komm.Raum 2, sprach.los.Raum 1, sprach.Raum 1
- 8 p.m.: warte.Raum, geh.Raum, komm.Raum 2, sprach.los.Raum 1, sprach.Raum 1
Saturday, June 27th
- 6 p.m.: warte.Raum, geh.Raum, komm.Raum 1, sprach.los.Raum 1, sprach.Raum 2
- 8 p.m.: warte.Raum, geh.Raum, komm.Raum 1, sprach.Raum 2, sprach.los.Raum 2
Friday, July 10th
- 6 p.m.: warte.Raum, geh.Raum, komm.Raum 1, sprach.Raum 2, hör.Raum
- 8 p.m.: warte.Raum, geh.Raum, sprach.los.Raum 2, komm.Raum 1,sprach.Raum 2
komm.Raum 1 (installation):
In an urban garden as a root space, contents for coming, staying and leaving are transported in connection with real rooms of arrival and wonder using textile, textual and performative means of expression. The spaces are designed by Monika Pegam, who has been realizing various projects with refugees in Otelo Ferlach/Borovlje since October 2015 with the help of friends. One of them was the transformation of the vacant space at Kirchgasse 14 into a multifunctional place of action (culture and crafts house).
Monika Pegam is a retired art teacher.
Co-creators: Nahid Kazimi, Susanne Aigner, Britt Egger, Marinka Mader- Tschertou
komm.Raum 2 (installation):
We will investigate the question: How do people experience "arriving" in Spittal?
How did the people who immigrated here experience it? What would they have wished for - coming from the population, from politics? We wish that the people who are interested in this project, with the help of our installation, have the opportunity to put themselves in the position of the people who have immigrated here and also to reflect on their image and possibly correct it.
Ulrike Bernhard: Studied psychology in Salzburg, carpentry apprenticeship, freelance artist/ceramic artist, studied mediation and conflict management. Works in the Migrant Women's Counselling Service Spittal and at the IAM (Institut für Arbeitsmigration).
Edina Karać fled from Bosnia in 1992 at the age of 16 with her family. She has lived in Austria since 1993. In 2009, she trained as a restaurant specialist and has been self-employed since 2010.
geh.Raum (multimedia installation):
The geh.Raum is intended to trace individual stories that oscillate between restrictive and liberating walking. The stories are collected through audio-visual interviews of people from both cities and are exhibited in excerpts and made anonymous.
Andreas Hudelist studied German Philology as well as Media and Communication Studies in Klagenfurt and Belgrade. His research focuses on aesthetics, cultural studies and cultural memory research. Publications and lectureships at the Alpen Adria University Klagenfurt.
Susanne Kremer: (born in Bremerhaven) Training in gunsmithing in Ferlach, AAU Master's degree in cultural studies, collaboration in the team of the Kunstraum haaaauch-quer, Klagenfurt, together with the artist Edith Payer (edithpayer.com) realisation of the project "Büchsing Out" in the gunsmith museum in Ferlach/Borovlje, (H)ausstellungen - art presentations in private rooms.
sprach.los.Raum 1 (concert and sound):
The space in Spittal is used for musical compositions on the theme of emigration and immigration. The improvisation duo Bruno Strobl and Nina Polaschegg, who have been working together since 2012, will be responsible for the design. In addition to the pure bowed and plucked bass sound, they use numerous preparations to rethink the instrument and develop nuances in sound colour. Bruno Strobl works with samples of different origins - some of them were created in the course of his compositional work, others are closely microphoned double bass sounds recorded by Nina Polaschegg: "Third in the group is always space. Its architectonics, its acoustics, its atmosphere, which the two musicians specifically involve.
Nina Polaschegg: Her research focuses on the sociology of music, contemporary composed, improvised and electronic music, and contemporary jazz.
Bruno Strobl: born in Klagenfurt, lives as a composer in Vienna. Since 2012 work in progress: Duo Polaschegg&Strobl. Many awards and prizes.
sprach.los.Raum 2 (concert and sound):
< Empty space church >
People are leaving the church.
Why is often discussed
But where do they go with the questions that life asks?
Who do they choose as their advisor?
What fills the empty space?
Organ and singing determine the sound in the church room.
In the liturgy and in Abwunderung.
<Where are you going?>
Ingrid Mack: Born in Styria, studied architecture at the TU Graz.
Diploma thesis at the TU Brno, Czech Republic. Collaboration in the architectural office of Cristofani Lelli, Faenza, Italy. Today she works in the ordinariate of the Catholic Church of Carinthia. Living in Ferlach/Borovlje. Initiator of the Otelo choir Ferlach/Borovlje.
Apostolos Kallos: Born on Rhodes. He first studied piano and singing at the National Conservatory in Athens and at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg. Deputy choir director and director of the children's choir of the Frankfurt Opera. Today he teaches piano, voice training, singing and repetition at music schools in Carinthia. Choirmaster of various choirs.
Every year more than 5.000 people move their home from Carinthia to other provinces of Austria, with the consequence of a negative internal migration balance for the southernmost province. Since it is mainly young and well-educated people who leave the province, there is often talk of a so-called "brain drain", which can be classified critically from an economic point of view. In the context of the lecture, the motives for the emigration and return intentions of the former Carinthians as well as the existing preconditions for this are discussed.
Birgit Aigner-Walder is Professor of Economics at the Carinthian University of Applied Sciences and heads the Department of Demographic Change and Regional Development at the Institute for Applied Research on Ageing (IARA). She has been working in the research area since 2005 and, apart from regional economic and financial issues, she is particularly concerned with population development and the resulting economic consequences.
Monolingual German-speaking raised with Slovenian-speaking grandparents - no unusual family history in Koroška/Carinthia. One that is omnipresent, but which is not talked about. Not speaking about a language that should not be spoken. The lecture is about considerations within which biographical contexts people with their children did not speak Slovene in their first language. Finally, the number of active speakers was significantly reduced in only two generations.
Maria Clar is university assistant prae doc at the Institute for Gender and Diversity in Organizations at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration. Previously, she worked as a social scientist in the Equal Treatment Advocacy and Statistics Austria in the EU-SILC project. She studied sociology and gender studies at the University of Vienna and Tallinn University. In her master's thesis at the Institute of Sociology she dealt with the non-disclosure of the Slovene language in Koroška/Carinthia on the basis of biographical interviews.
warte.Raum (storytelling and encounter):
This room is intended as a meeting place, it is virtually led by a guide and dedicated to oral history/history. The guide "walks" with the audience from room to room, enables contact and passes on stories. He/she is given the space to tell parts of his/her own story.
Guides: Sakhidad Amiri, Kurt Gasser, Cilli Regouc, Anja Subasić, Marjan Verdel, Thomas Winkler
hör.Raum (live radio broadcast):
RADIO AGORA 105.5 broadcasts live and is part of the virtual space. The moderation team has discussion partners or speaks directly to the audience on the topic of migration and immigration. RADIO AGORA 105.5 is a media art and experimental space.
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The project is funded by Carinthija 2020, BMKÖS, Land Kärnten, Bund and Europäische Union, LAG: Nockregion and Region Unterkärnten Carnica, the cities of Ferlach/Borovlje and Spittal an der Drau and the Otelos in these towns.
show.Rooms_regional is an intervention on a marginalized topic in several vacant business premises of a city together with regional artists, scholars and associations that work on the topic. A more detailed explanation of the format can be found here.