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14.00 - 21.30
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JOINT VENTURES

Movements in Feminism / Feminisms in Movement: Urgencies, Emergencies, Promises

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
2-2.30 pm Welcome and introduction
Stella Rollig (General Director of the Belvedere and Belvedere 21)
Andrea B. Braidt (Vice-Rector of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna)
Movements in Feminism / Feminisms in Movement: Urgencies, Emergencies, Promises
Luisa Ziaja, Elke Krasny, Lara Perry and Dorothee Richter

2.30-3.30 Lecture
Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat, Lucretia Revisited. On Rape
Moderated by Luisa Ziaja

4-5 pm Performance Lecture
Night School - Neda Hosseinyar, Marissa Lôbo, Stephanie Misa, Catrin Seefranz, Unruly Thinking: A Performance Lecture
Moderated by Elke Krasny

5.30-7 pm Lectures
Magda Lipska, NIEPODLEGŁE: Women, Independence and National Discourse. Or how Women Are Depicted in National Narratives?
Elke Krasny, Feminist Transnationalism: The Activist as Curator
Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez, Intersectionality and Transnational Feminism in Françoise Dasques' Documentary La Conférence des femmes—Nairobi (1985)
Moderated by Lara Perry

8-9.30 pm Lecture
Françoise Vergès, The Black Woman’s Womb. Care, Capital, Race, Feminism
Moderated by Elke Krasny
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
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Public Program
11.00 - 20.00
Fully booked
JOINT VENTURES

Movements in Feminism / Feminisms in Movement: Urgencies, Emergencies, Promises

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
11 am-1 pm Workshop
Public Feminisms Forum. Collectively: Thinking, Speaking, Writing
With Anschläge (Lea Susemichel), AUF (Eva Geber, Marietta Schneider), Ona B., Bliss (Marlene Bürgerkurator Engel), Johanna Braun, Frauenhetz (Birge Krondorfer), Lena Fritsch, Intakt (Stella Bach, Julia Bugram, Susanne Kompast), Kunst und Kind (Vasilena Gankovska, Hansel Sato), Sophie Lingg, Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky Raum (Christine Zwingl), MenstruationsNetzwerk (Valentina Mitterer), Migrationsskizzen (Carla Bobadilla), Miss Balthazar’s Laboratory (Lale Rodgarkia-Dara, Stephanie Wuschitz), ÖGGF (Romana Hagyo), Iver Ohm, RADS, RitClique (Erica Fischer), Salon Talk (Dudu Kücükgöl, Anna Mendelssohn), Juliane Saupe, Basak Senova, Sorority (Sandra Nigischer, Martina Schöggl), Melinda Tamas, VBKÖ (Stephanie Misa, Ruby Sircar), Wienwoche (Nataša Mackuljak, Ivana Marjanovic), Wirsindfeige.org (Malu Blume, Ebru Düzgün, Magdalena Fischer, Franziska Kabisch, Sophie Utikal).
The workshop is based on texts written by all the contributors. Workshop run by Elke Krasny and Claudia Lomoschitz.

2-3.30 pm Lectures
Birgit Bosold / Vera Hofmann, Concerted Actions: Women*s Year at Schwules Museum Berlin 2018
Katharina Koch, Revolt She Said. Perspectives and Questions on Feminist Art Curating and Anti-Hegemonic Production of His/Herstories
Moderated by Dorothee Richter

4-5 pm Lectures
Lara Perry, Viewing Women's Work in the Art Museum
Dorothee Richter, Artistic and Curatorial Turns, Care and Accelerated Capitalism. From the Sixties to Contemporary Practices in Feminist Perspectives. A Tour de Force
Moderated by Elke Krasny

5.15-6.15 pm Lectures
Noit Banai, Biopolitical Regimes of Feminism: 1938 – 1968 – 2018
Övül Ö. Durmusoglu, Who is a Revolutionary?
Moderated by Luisa Ziaja

6.30-8 pm Workshop
Night School - Neda Hosseinyar, Marissa Lôbo, Stephanie Misa, Catrin Seefranz, Contagious Ideas: A Night School Workshop

Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
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Public Program
15.00 - 17.00
JOINT VENTURES

Françoise Dasques, La Conférence des Femmes – Nairobi 1985

Foyer, Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
2-3 pm Reflecting Movements in Feminism/Feminisms in Movement. A Collective Conversation

3-4 pm Screening
Françoise Dasques, La Conférence des Femmes – Nairobi 1985, F 1985, 60 min., English and French OV partly with Engl. subtitles
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Public Program
18.30 - 21.00
Georg Kö, Vacant Properties in Favoriten
PUBLIC PROGRAM / SCREENING

Joint Ventures – Vacant Properties in Favoriten

Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
This program is part of the Joint Ventures event series at the Belvedere 21. The series will continue April 6, 2019, from 11 am to 6 pm, with lectures, presentations, and performances addressing the subject of The Good Life for All.
Information at www.belvedere21.at/joint_ventures_2019

Global Shopping Village. Final Destination Shopping Spree
Ulli Gladik, 2014, 80 min., German, Croatian, English with subtitles.
Written and directed by Ulli Gladik; cinematography: Clemens Hufnagl, Sandra Merseburger, Enzo Brandner; editor: Elke Groen, Karin Hammer; sound: Marko Pelaic, Grega Svabic, Johannes Paul Heilig; producer: Sabine Gruber; production: Golden Girls Filmproduktion.

The Austrian documentary film Global Shopping Village by Ulli Gladik investigates dramatic changes in our cities and living environment. The director shows the impact of real estate speculation and the associated global financial system on urban life, urban development, and local retail.

What follows next is a presentation on vacant properties in Favoriten and a discussion addressing the intricate networks of international capital by and with Kulturraum 10 – Verein für Alltags- und Bezirkskultur. Ulli Gladik (film director), Pia Hlava (Referentin für Stadtplanung und –entwicklung), Iris Einwaller (Wirtschaftskammer Wien-Bezirksobfrau), Marcus Franz (Bezirksvorsteher Favoriten, to be confirmed) as well as cultural producers from Favoriten will deliberate with the audience on local and global perspectives of critical change in the economy.

In collaboration with Kulturraum 10 – Verein für Alltags- und Bezirkskultur
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Public Program
11.00 - 18.00
Christiane Rösinger
PUBLIC PROGRAM

Joint Ventures – The Good Life for All

Belvedere 21Belvedere
Admission free
Following the presentation of the Sonnwendgarten collaborative project, journalist, translator, and university lecturer Alexander Behr will talk about the current popular subject of discussion – the good life for all – from a socio-economic perspective. After a group lunch break, the artists Christine Hohenbüchler and Irene Hohenbüchler, Iris Andrascheck and Hubert Lobnig, and Isa Rosenberger will present their projects and works, which are informed by a participatory artistic practice and developed in exchange with local communities and neighborhoods. Musician and author Christiane Rösinger from Berlin will conclude by reading from her books Das schöne Leben (2008) and Zukunft machen wir später - Meine Deutschstunden mit Geflüchteten (2017). The Viennese musician Veronika Adamski (of the group Just Friends and Lovers) will accompany her on piano.

Schedule
11 am     
Presentation Sonnwendgarten collaborative project
12 noon    
Lecture Alexander Behr, The Good Life for All
1.30 pm      
Joint lunch break
2.30 pm      
Artists’ presentation Christine Hohenbüchler and Irene Hohenbüchler, Iris Andraschek Hubert Lobnig, Isa Rosenberger
4.30 pm       
Reading Christiane Rösinger, Das schöne Leben, accompanied by Veronika Adamski on piano

Event in German
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Public Program
18.30 - 21.00
Sabine Marte, No Beach Just Sand, 2017
PUBLIC PROGRAM / SCREENING

Joint Ventures – Sabine Marte/Queering the Museum

Blickle KinoBelvedere
Admission free
This program is part of the Joint Ventures event series at the Belvedere 21. The series will continue on July 8, 2019, from 11 am to 6 pm, with lectures, presentations, and performances addressing the subject of Queering the Museum.
Information at www.belvedere21.at/joint_ventures_2019

Finale, AT 2007, 4 Min., without dialogue
No Beach Just Sand, AT 2017, 14 min., German with English subt.
Helen A/B + das Meer, AT 2006, 12 min., German
Farewell to Hell, AT 2014, 7 min., German and English
Gras A/B, AT 2003-04, 4 Min., German and English
b-star, untötbar!, AT 2009, 7 min., German
Ich möchte gerne einmal einen Horrorfilm machen, AT 1999, 13 min., German and English
PERFORMANCE Step behind the Ropes, Please! No. 2, AT 2002

In her videos, which are only part of her practice as performer, musician, and theater maker, Sabine Marte tends to lead the viewer into unstable terrain. Her works are unsettling and uncanny because they tamper with the familiar and aesthetic conditions. The artist experiments with popular narratives, histories, and gender roles and appropriates clichés from horror films, science fiction, or melodrama and fractures them in a humorous and joyful manner. The institution of language as well is not short-changed in this queer practice, for with the help of fragmentation, repetition, and exaggeration, it too is broken down into its individual parts and properly questioned.

The screening at the Blickle Kino ranges from the I Would Like to Make a Horror Movie Sometime (1999), a reflection on media, to her latest work, No Beach Just Sand (2017), a brilliant production in which the capitalist motivational slogans of “to carry on” are met with exhausted opposition. Followed by a conversation with Sabine Marte.
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Public Program
11.00 - 18.00
Stefanie Seibold, Clever Gretel, Performance at Yvonne Lambert, Berlin, 2018
PUBLIC PROGRAM

Joint Ventures – Queering the Museum

Belvedere 21Belvedere
Admission free
The second program in the series Joint Ventures focuses on queer topics in museums. Que[e]rbau Vienna, a queer housing community, together with their groups Seestadt and Wildgarten present their joint building projects. The Viennese historian Andreas Brunner shows the queer side of Prince Eugene of Savoy. The London curator Clare Barlow talks about the exhibition Queer British Art 1861-1967, which she realized in 2017 for the Tate Britain in London. The Polish art historian and curator Paweł Leszkowicz presents his exhibition Ars Homo Erotica, which was shown at the Polish National Museum in Warsaw in 2010. Presentations of queer refugees and the re-staging of the performance Clever Gretel by artist Stefanie Seibold from 1999 conclude the program. During the lunch break, a guided tour of the exhibition Feuerstelle will offer a queer reading of Christian Ludwig Attersee's oeuvre.

Schedule
11 am      
Presentation Que[e]rbau Vienna
12 noon       
Lecture Andreas Brunner, Queer Prince Eugene of Savoy
1 pm      
Joint lunch break and Queering Attersee – guided tour of the ATTERSEE. Feuerstelle exhibition with Carola Fuchs
2 pm       
Presentation Clare Barlow, Queer British Art 1861–1967
3 pm       
Presentation Paweł Leszkowicz, Ars Homo Erotica
4 pm      
Presentation Queer Base – Initiative für LGBTIQ-Geflüchtete
5 pm      
Performance Stefanie Seibold, Clever Gretel 1999-2019, with Charlotte Gash, Mette Riise Kristensen, Gašper Kunšič, and Nora Kurzweil

Notice
On Sunday, June 9, at 1 pm an additional performance of Clever Gretel 1999-2019 will take place at the Belvedere 21.
Meeting point: Cash desk, 21er Haus, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Contact: +43 1 79557-770, public21@belvedere.at
Type of event:
Public Program