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Mai
2
jeu
2019
PINK EYE – 2 and 3 may 2019 @ 19 h 00 – Studio Brut @ Studio brut
Mai 2 @ 19 h 00 min – 20 h 00 min
PINK EYE - 2 and 3 may 2019 @ 19 h 00 - Studio Brut @ Studio brut | Wien | Wien | Österreich

Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe takes a look at the gaze itself and confronts us with the question: Can you see without looking?

What do we know when we see something – someone? Do we really perceive the person in front of us or do we merely react to the codes of a reality that is both familiar and forced upon us? Gender, age, skin colour, class… Working on a new project, Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe, visual artist and choreographer shows a step of reflexion for steirischer herbst, accompanied by the Chilean multimedia artist Nicolas Spencer.

Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe explores individual perceptual differences along with the filters applied by us when we categorise our fellow human beings – in her case as a black, female, artist and mother.

In “Pink Eye” she deals with those gazes and how they can be re-conquered, thwarted and redirected, focusing on the (self-)manipulation of bodies in Western Europe, the Austrian-African diaspora and in Congolese society. She invites the audience to follow her behind the mirror and cast a critical eye on the gaze.

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PINK EYE – 2 et 3 mai 2019 @ 19 h 00 – Studio Brut @ Studio brut
Mai 2 @ 19 h 00 min – 20 h 00 min
PINK EYE - 2 et 3 mai 2019 @ 19 h 00 - Studio Brut @ Studio brut | Wien | Wien | Autriche

Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe porte un regard sur le regard lui-même et nous confronte à la question: Pouvez-vous voir sans regarder?

Que savons-nous quand nous voyons quelque chose ou quelqu’un? Est-ce que nous percevons vraiment la personne en face de nous ou réagissons-nous simplement aux codes d’une réalité qui est à la fois familière et qui s’impose à nous? Sexe, âge, couleur de la peau, la classe sociale …

Travaillant sur un nouveau projet, Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe, artiste visuel et chorégraphe montre une étape de réflexion pour steirischer herbst, accompagné par l’artiste multimédia chilien Nicolas Spencer.

Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe explore les différences dans les perceptions individuelles ainsi que les filtres que nous appliquons lorsque nous classons nos frères humains – dans son cas comme une femme, noire, artiste et mère.

Dans « Pink Eye », elle traite ces regards et comment ils peuvent être reconquis, contrecarrés et redirigés, en se concentrant sur la manipulation (l’auto-manipulation) des corps en Europe occidentale, dans la diaspora autrichienne-africaine et dans la société congolaise. Elle invite le public à la suivre derrière le miroir et jeter un regard critique sur le regard.

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PINK EYE – 2 und 3 Mai 2019 @ 19 h 00 – Studio Brut @ Studio brut
Mai 2 @ 19 h 00 min – 20 h 00 min
PINK EYE - 2 und 3 Mai 2019 @ 19 h 00 - Studio Brut @ Studio brut | Wien | Wien | Österreich

Was wissen wir, wenn wir etwas – jemanden – sehen? Nehmen wir unser Gegenüber wirklich wahr oder reagieren wir nur auf Codes einer uns auferlegten, bekannten Realität? Geschlecht, Alter, Hautfarbe, Klasse… Im Rahmen ihres neuen Projekts setzt sich die bildende Künstlerin und Choreografin Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe für den steirischen herbst mit Fragen wie diesen auseinander, begleitet vom chilenischen Multimedia-Künstler Nicolas Spencer.

Tambwe befragt die individuelle Unterschiedlichkeit von Wahrnehmungen und die in uns wirkenden Filter, die Personen in Kategorien einteilen – in ihrem Fall schwarz, weiblich, Künstlerin und Mutter.

In „Pink Eye“ beschäftigt sich die Künstlerin mit diesen Blicken und damit, wie sie sich zurückerobern, brechen, umlenken lassen. Im Zentrum ihres Interesses steht die (Selbst-)Manipulation von Körpern in Westeuropa, in der afro-österreichischen Diaspora und in der kongolesischen Gesellschaft. Tambwe lädt das Publikum ein, ihr hinter den Spiegel zu folgen und einen kritischen Blick auf den Blick selbst zu werfen.

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Mai
3
ven
2019
PINK EYE – 2 and 3 may 2019 @ 19 h 00 – Studio Brut @ Studio brut
Mai 3 @ 19 h 00 min – 20 h 00 min
PINK EYE - 2 and 3 may 2019 @ 19 h 00 - Studio Brut @ Studio brut | Wien | Wien | Österreich

Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe takes a look at the gaze itself and confronts us with the question: Can you see without looking?

What do we know when we see something – someone? Do we really perceive the person in front of us or do we merely react to the codes of a reality that is both familiar and forced upon us? Gender, age, skin colour, class… Working on a new project, Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe, visual artist and choreographer shows a step of reflexion for steirischer herbst, accompanied by the Chilean multimedia artist Nicolas Spencer.

Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe explores individual perceptual differences along with the filters applied by us when we categorise our fellow human beings – in her case as a black, female, artist and mother.

In “Pink Eye” she deals with those gazes and how they can be re-conquered, thwarted and redirected, focusing on the (self-)manipulation of bodies in Western Europe, the Austrian-African diaspora and in Congolese society. She invites the audience to follow her behind the mirror and cast a critical eye on the gaze.

More info

PINK EYE – 2 et 3 mai 2019 @ 19 h 00 – Studio Brut @ Studio brut
Mai 3 @ 19 h 00 min – 20 h 00 min
PINK EYE - 2 et 3 mai 2019 @ 19 h 00 - Studio Brut @ Studio brut | Wien | Wien | Autriche

Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe porte un regard sur le regard lui-même et nous confronte à la question: Pouvez-vous voir sans regarder?

Que savons-nous quand nous voyons quelque chose ou quelqu’un? Est-ce que nous percevons vraiment la personne en face de nous ou réagissons-nous simplement aux codes d’une réalité qui est à la fois familière et qui s’impose à nous? Sexe, âge, couleur de la peau, la classe sociale …

Travaillant sur un nouveau projet, Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe, artiste visuel et chorégraphe montre une étape de réflexion pour steirischer herbst, accompagné par l’artiste multimédia chilien Nicolas Spencer.

Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe explore les différences dans les perceptions individuelles ainsi que les filtres que nous appliquons lorsque nous classons nos frères humains – dans son cas comme une femme, noire, artiste et mère.

Dans « Pink Eye », elle traite ces regards et comment ils peuvent être reconquis, contrecarrés et redirigés, en se concentrant sur la manipulation (l’auto-manipulation) des corps en Europe occidentale, dans la diaspora autrichienne-africaine et dans la société congolaise. Elle invite le public à la suivre derrière le miroir et jeter un regard critique sur le regard.

LIRE PLUS

PINK EYE – 2 und 3 Mai 2019 @ 19 h 00 – Studio Brut @ Studio brut
Mai 3 @ 19 h 00 min – 20 h 00 min
PINK EYE - 2 und 3 Mai 2019 @ 19 h 00 - Studio Brut @ Studio brut | Wien | Wien | Österreich

Was wissen wir, wenn wir etwas – jemanden – sehen? Nehmen wir unser Gegenüber wirklich wahr oder reagieren wir nur auf Codes einer uns auferlegten, bekannten Realität? Geschlecht, Alter, Hautfarbe, Klasse… Im Rahmen ihres neuen Projekts setzt sich die bildende Künstlerin und Choreografin Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe für den steirischen herbst mit Fragen wie diesen auseinander, begleitet vom chilenischen Multimedia-Künstler Nicolas Spencer.

Tambwe befragt die individuelle Unterschiedlichkeit von Wahrnehmungen und die in uns wirkenden Filter, die Personen in Kategorien einteilen – in ihrem Fall schwarz, weiblich, Künstlerin und Mutter.

In „Pink Eye“ beschäftigt sich die Künstlerin mit diesen Blicken und damit, wie sie sich zurückerobern, brechen, umlenken lassen. Im Zentrum ihres Interesses steht die (Selbst-)Manipulation von Körpern in Westeuropa, in der afro-österreichischen Diaspora und in der kongolesischen Gesellschaft. Tambwe lädt das Publikum ein, ihr hinter den Spiegel zu folgen und einen kritischen Blick auf den Blick selbst zu werfen.

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Mai
11
sam
2019
Salon Souterrain – 11 mai @ 19h – Künstlerhaus 1050 @ Künstlerhaus 1050
Mai 11 @ 19 h 00 min – 23 h 45 min
Salon Souterrain - 11 mai @ 19h - Künstlerhaus 1050 @ Künstlerhaus 1050 | Wien | Wien | Austria

Salon Souterrain

Remember, 100 years of women right to vote…

What about now?

 

The right to vote for women now seems to us an obvious right. However, we have to remember that women did not obtain it until the end of the 19th century. Before only men could vote. The first country to grant women the right to vote was New Zealand in 1893. Austria has granted it only in 1918 and France in 1946. This 100 years anniversary raises a lot questions.

 

What is the evolution of the women’s vote? When we look at voter lists, are women the majority? If so, how to explain the current evolution? If they register and vote, it means that the current situation suits them. This means that few women manifest the will to be in the Spotlight and lead. Why ?

 

One of the most powerful women in the world governs Germany. However, in the Bundestag the proportion of women has fallen again since the 2017 federal elections, from 36 to just over 30 percent. If we look at the different political parties, which one has the most women in positions of responsibility and in positions to obtain mandates through elections? And the questions is the same as far as the number of women represented in other high-level public offices is concerned.

 

When one considers this reality, one can perhaps come to the conclusion that progressivity is the fruit of a minority. On the subject of minorities, there is another minority of women who are not often mentioned and who are active, who participate in the life of society: all foreign women living in Austria. What does Austrian and European legislation say about their ability to participate in public life and debate? When they are non-Austrian but European and when they are not Austrian but not European

 

DATE :

11th of May 2019

 

PLACE :

Künstlerhaus, Stolberggasse 26 1050 Wien

 

PROGRAM

 

Doors open: 19h

 

CONCERT : Koehne Quartet

Joanna Lewis – violin

Diane Pascal – violin

Lena Fankhauser-viola

Alison Frilingos-cello

 

Program: list of composers

Sofia Gubaidulina-Tatar, Russia

Philip Glass-Baltimore, USA

Manuela Kerer-Brixen, Italy…

 

Concert moderated by :

Ulla Pilz (ORF)

 

GUESTS ARTISTS :

Eric ABROGOUA : Performance : “Fuck Codes  and Containment”

God´s Entertainment/Karl Wratschko : Art –installation

 

DISCUSSION PANEL :

Amani Abu Zahra, philosophe, writer

Denise Vandecruze, computer engineer

Gerd Valchars, political scientist

Tim Voss, Kunsthlerhaus Director

 

Discussion moderated by:

François Luakabuanga

 

DJ FLO REAL.

 

SALON SOUTERRAIN is a format of the underground art space CHATEAU ROUGE created by Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe and a response to the unbridled accentuation of the exclusionary dynamics, which have become the prerogative of our societies in Europe in partnership with Lena Fankhauser from the association (CH)AMBER.

 

 

In cooperation with: Künstlerhaus, Grüne Bildungswerkstat, Chateau Rouge, Association (CH)AMBER and Kulturen in bewegung – “Dis-Othering Beyond Afropolitan & other Labels” a Creative Europe collaborative project on the necessary deconstruction of ‘othering’ practices in European cultural institutions. Thanks for the support of Brunnenpassage

Salon Souterrain – 11 Mai @ 19h – Künstlerhaus 1050 @ Künstlerhaus 1050
Mai 11 @ 19 h 00 min – 23 h 45 min
Salon Souterrain - 11 Mai @ 19h - Künstlerhaus 1050 @ Künstlerhaus 1050 | Wien | Wien | Austria

Salon Souterrain

Remember, 100 years of women right to vote…

What about now?

 

The right to vote for women now seems to us an obvious right. However, we have to remember that women did not obtain it until the end of the 19th century. Before only men could vote. The first country to grant women the right to vote was New Zealand in 1893. Austria has granted it only in 1918 and France in 1946. This 100 years anniversary raises a lot questions.

 

What is the evolution of the women’s vote? When we look at voter lists, are women the majority? If so, how to explain the current evolution? If they register and vote, it means that the current situation suits them. This means that few women manifest the will to be in the Spotlight and lead. Why ?

 

One of the most powerful women in the world governs Germany. However, in the Bundestag the proportion of women has fallen again since the 2017 federal elections, from 36 to just over 30 percent. If we look at the different political parties, which one has the most women in positions of responsibility and in positions to obtain mandates through elections? And the questions is the same as far as the number of women represented in other high-level public offices is concerned.

 

When one considers this reality, one can perhaps come to the conclusion that progressivity is the fruit of a minority. On the subject of minorities, there is another minority of women who are not often mentioned and who are active, who participate in the life of society: all foreign women living in Austria. What does Austrian and European legislation say about their ability to participate in public life and debate? When they are non-Austrian but European and when they are not Austrian but not European

 

DATE :

11th of May 2019

 

PLACE :

Künstlerhaus, Stolberggasse 26 1050 Wien

 

PROGRAM

 

Doors open: 19h

 

CONCERT : Koehne Quartet

Joanna Lewis – violin

Diane Pascal – violin

Lena Fankhauser-viola

Alison Frilingos-cello

 

Program: list of composers

Sofia Gubaidulina-Tatar, Russia

Philip Glass-Baltimore, USA

Manuela Kerer-Brixen, Italy…

 

Concert moderated by :

Ulla Pilz (ORF)

 

GUESTS ARTISTS :

Eric ABROGOUA : Performance : “Fuck Codes  and Containment”

God´s Entertainment/Karl Wratschko : Art –installation

 

DISCUSSION PANEL :

Amani Abu Zahra, philosophe, writer

Denise Vandecruze, computer engineer

Gerd Valchars, political scientist

Tim Voss, Kunsthlerhaus Director

 

Discussion moderated by:

François Luakabuanga

 

DJ FLO REAL.

 

SALON SOUTERRAIN is a format of the underground art space CHATEAU ROUGE created by Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe and a response to the unbridled accentuation of the exclusionary dynamics, which have become the prerogative of our societies in Europe in partnership with Lena Fankhauser from the association (CH)AMBER.

 

 

In cooperation with: Künstlerhaus, Grüne Bildungswerkstat, Chateau Rouge, Association (CH)AMBER and Kulturen in bewegung – “Dis-Othering Beyond Afropolitan & other Labels” a Creative Europe collaborative project on the necessary deconstruction of ‘othering’ practices in European cultural institutions. Thanks for the support of Brunnenpassage

Salon Souterrain – May 11 @ 19h – Künstlerhaus 1050 @ Künstlerhaus 1050
Mai 11 @ 19 h 00 min – 23 h 45 min
Salon Souterrain - May 11 @ 19h - Künstlerhaus 1050 @ Künstlerhaus 1050 | Wien | Wien | Austria

Salon Souterrain

Remember, 100 years of women right to vote…

What about now?

 

The right to vote for women now seems to us an obvious right. However, we have to remember that women did not obtain it until the end of the 19th century. Before only men could vote. The first country to grant women the right to vote was New Zealand in 1893. Austria has granted it only in 1918 and France in 1946. This 100 years anniversary raises a lot questions.

 

What is the evolution of the women’s vote? When we look at voter lists, are women the majority? If so, how to explain the current evolution? If they register and vote, it means that the current situation suits them. This means that few women manifest the will to be in the Spotlight and lead. Why ?

 

One of the most powerful women in the world governs Germany. However, in the Bundestag the proportion of women has fallen again since the 2017 federal elections, from 36 to just over 30 percent. If we look at the different political parties, which one has the most women in positions of responsibility and in positions to obtain mandates through elections? And the questions is the same as far as the number of women represented in other high-level public offices is concerned.

 

When one considers this reality, one can perhaps come to the conclusion that progressivity is the fruit of a minority. On the subject of minorities, there is another minority of women who are not often mentioned and who are active, who participate in the life of society: all foreign women living in Austria. What does Austrian and European legislation say about their ability to participate in public life and debate? When they are non-Austrian but European and when they are not Austrian but not European

 

DATE :

11th of May 2019

 

PLACE :

Künstlerhaus, Stolberggasse 26 1050 Wien

 

PROGRAM

 

Doors open: 19h

 

CONCERT : Koehne Quartet

Joanna Lewis – violin

Diane Pascal – violin

Lena Fankhauser-viola

Alison Frilingos-cello

 

Program: list of composers

Sofia Gubaidulina-Tatar, Russia

Philip Glass-Baltimore, USA

Manuela Kerer-Brixen, Italy…

 

Concert moderated by :

Ulla Pilz (ORF)

 

GUESTS ARTISTS :

Eric ABROGOUA : Performance : “Fuck Codes  and Containment”

God´s Entertainment/Karl Wratschko : Art –installation

 

DISCUSSION PANEL :

Amani Abu Zahra, philosophe, writer

Denise Vandecruze, computer engineer

Gerd Valchars, political scientist

Tim Voss, Kunsthlerhaus Director

 

Discussion moderated by:

François Luakabuanga

 

DJ FLO REAL.

 

SALON SOUTERRAIN is a format of the underground art space CHATEAU ROUGE created by Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe and a response to the unbridled accentuation of the exclusionary dynamics, which have become the prerogative of our societies in Europe in partnership with Lena Fankhauser from the association (CH)AMBER.

 

 

In cooperation with: Künstlerhaus, Grüne Bildungswerkstat, Chateau Rouge, Association (CH)AMBER and Kulturen in bewegung – “Dis-Othering Beyond Afropolitan & other Labels” a Creative Europe collaborative project on the necessary deconstruction of ‘othering’ practices in European cultural institutions. Thanks for the support of Brunnenpassage