Geförderte Projekte

On What We Should Not Get Used To (Summer Term 2021)

In April 2021 a call has been sent out under the title On What We Should Not Get Used To. 12 projects were submitted. A jury consisting of of 5 persons, 2 from the student union and 3 external ones, decided on the anonymised project applications, for this call around 4.150 Euro where being assigned (from a yearly pot of 9.000 Euro) through the student union’s representative body (Universitätsvertretung). Members… Read More »On What We Should Not Get Used To (Summer Term 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 (Winter Term 2019/20)

Search for … Feminism. The more you search, the less you find by Julia Hartmann und Aline Lara Rezende Die Ausstellung Search for … Feminism fand von 10. Jänner bis 01. Februar 2020 in der VBKÖ (Verein bildender Künstlerinnen Österreich) in Wien statt.  Beteiligte Künstler_innen: Constant Dullart, Ye Hui, Kate Durbin, Joyce You-Jean Lee, Martina Menegon. Ausserdem wurden in der Ausstellung Projekte präsentiert, die sich für ein feministisches Internet einsetzen… Read More »Funded Projects (Winter Term 2019/20)

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)

Funded Projects (Summer Term 2018)

Three (or more) Ecologies – a feminist articulation of eco-intersectionality by Angela Anderson „Three (or more) Ecologies – a feminist articulation of eco- intersectionality” ist eine forschungsbasierten, dreikanaligen Videoinstallation, der sich mit der Utopie einer feministischen, öko-intersektionellen Zukunft beschäftigt. Die Arbeit bringt zwei scheinbar getrennte Orte zusammen – North Dakota in den USA und Rojava in Nordsyrien, wo Frauen aktiv kämpfen gegen die patriarchalen und Read more […]

Funded Projects (Winter Term 2017/18)

on their history: the escaped past, the dubious future, and the uncertain present by Masha Godovannaya The project “on their history: the escaped past, the dubious future, and the uncertain present” (working title) is conceived as a short 16 mm on video experimental fictional documentary. It is addressing questions of visibility of queer lives and their intimate arrangement (“queer kinship”) while referring to the problematics of fictional narration and document/documenting/documented,… Read More »Funded Projects (Winter Term 2017/18)

Funded Projects (2016/17)

Uncensored – Internationale Filmtage by Betül Küpeli, Cansu Berksan mit Tjaša Kancler, Songül Sönmez, Abidin Ertuğrul, Nathalie Borgers, Reha Refik Taşcı, Cana Bilir-Meier Das Motiv der Zensur findet sich in allen filmischen Genres. Die Begründung liegt meistens in dem angeblichen „Schutz der Gesellschaft“, wobei eigentlich Grundrechte wie Meinungsfreiheit oder Pressefreiheit beeinträchtigt werden. Zensurierte Filme behandeln Thematiken, die Unterdrückung ausgesetzt sind und Read more […]

Future Work: archival plattform of the university squattings

Siehe weiter unten für deutsche Version Reclaim your university, reclaim your body, reclaim your brain, unconditional basic income for all: € 1500, what would you work, if it was taken care for your income? Against the racist normal condition. Sexist bullshit. All these exclamations and many more were shouted during the (student) occupations of universities in 2009/2010. This events are a kaleidoscopic section of many different social movements that struggle… Read More »Future Work: archival plattform of the university squattings

Funded Projects (Summer Term 2016)

Anti*colonial Fantasies. Decolonial Strategies by: Imayna Caceres, Sunanda Mesquita, Sophie Utikal Das Projekt “Anti*Colonial Fantasies / Decolonial Strategies” versammelt Künstler*innen verschiedener Diasporas, Studierende und Lehrende der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wiens, die sich mit der Kritik und den Konsequenzen des Kolonialismus (insbesondere an der Hochschule) auseinandersetzen sowie am Entwurf und der Verwirklichung einer anderen Realität arbeiten. Als seltene Gelegenheit, schafft Read more […]