A festival in public spaces, organized by the University of Applied Arts Vienna
Festival dates: 11 June – 5 July 2015
Accompanying exhibition at the Angewandte Innovation Laboratory: 11 June – 31 July 2015
This exhibition about the art scene in Romania illuminates the potential of a cultural realm at the heart of crucial impulses for the development of the avant-garde and modernism in Europe.
In 2030, the world’s population will be a staggering eight billion people. Of these, two-thirds will live in cities. Most will be poor.
Under the Vienna Biennale motto “Ideas for Change,” this exhibition examines an alternative future for urban living and investigates the role of design as a tool for a sustainable and solidary lifestyle.
MAK / Kunsthalle Wien / Off-site Commissions / Reader
How come some features of the old Enlightenment have crept back and are now being revisited in art, activism, and theory?
There is a widespread belief today that light will do away with ignorance, the abuse of power, and inequality.
Vienna is one of the fastest-growing cities in Europe. The largest area of urban development is aspern Vienna’s Urban Lakeside, located in the east of the city.
11 June – 24 August 2015, Architekturzentrum Wien
28 August – 4 October 2015, Technology centre aspern IQ
At Kunsthalle Wien, Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz are presenting three film-based works.
An exhibition manifesto by the Vienna Biennale Circle
The process of digitalization, also called the “second machine age,” is changing our lives at least as radically as the Industrial Revolution before it.
“I GOT UP” the Japanese artist On Kawara stamped along with the respective time of day on a series of postcards that he sent to friends and artist colleagues every day between 1968 and 1979.
2051: Smart Life in the City
Ten project teams that have already collected viable experiences in the urban sphere and developed new strategies were invited to construct so-called “demonstrators” at various locations in Vienna.