Geförderte Projekte

Indebtedness: Die Haftung der Geschenknehmenden by Miriam Stoney, March 26 – May 15, 2021

We are pleased to announce, the exhibition Indebtedness: Die Haftung der Geschenknehmenden, a new project conceived by Vienna-based writer Miriam Stoney, who is one of the recipients of our project funding, Damnatio Memoriae, in winter semester 2020. The opening of the exhibition will take place on 26th and 27th of March from 3 to 7 pm at Kevinspace, Volkertplatz 14/3-4, 1020 Vienna, www.kevinspace.org Performative activations: 3.30, 4.30, 5.30, 6.30pm (audible… Read More »Indebtedness: Die Haftung der Geschenknehmenden by Miriam Stoney, March 26 – May 15, 2021

Damnatio Memoriae (Winter Term 2020/21)

In December 2020 a call for projects has been sent out under the title: Damnatio Memoriae. Around 25 projects applications where submitted. A jury consisting of 5 persons, 2 from the student union and 3 external ones, decided on the anonymised project applications, for this call around 5.300 Euro where being assigned (from a yearly pot of 9.000 Euro) through the student union’s representative body (Universitätsvertretung). Members of the jury:… Read More »Damnatio Memoriae (Winter Term 2020/21)

Around COVID-19 (Summer Term 2020)

In summer term 2020 a project funding call has been issued with a focus on topics that deal with the situation of  COVID-19. The declared state of emergency enables to restrict fundamental rights and the expansion of control and surveillance policies. There are several topics that hardly get any media coverage, such as the situation of refugees in Moria/Lesbos. Also, within the discourse of COVID-19, there are many topics that… Read More »Around COVID-19 (Summer Term 2020)

Funded projects (Summer Term 2019)

WESTERN UNION by Sattva Giacosa This project aims to show the ambiguity of the so-called “First World Countries” , and their relationship with Third World Countries, the profitying and exploitation of this hierachie, which criminalises and discriminates against immigrants. In the media, immigrants are shown as people who come to steal work, health care and unemployment money. The underlying reality, which is not only the cheap labour and exploitation they… Read More »Funded projects (Summer Term 2019)