The program of events in Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen is determined mainly by the participants of the Fellowship Program for Art and Theory, who make their production methods and special themes accessible to an interested public in formats such as talks, presentations, panel discussions, symposia, film screenings or exhibitions. The content of the events is dependent on the emphases within the fellows’ work.


A part that is missing never breaks Matilde CASSANI · Marianna CHRISTOFIDES · Julie SAS · belit SAǦ with Aşkın ERCAN, Rezzan GÜMGÜM, Seçil YAYLALI Exhibition Opening 24.05.2018 19:00
Kunstpavillon

The Tiroler Künstler*schaft invites you and your friends cordially to the exhibition opening in Kunstpavillon (at 19.00) and in Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen (at 21.00) in the framework of the Fellowship Program for Art and Theory at Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen 2017-18.

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Pre, Post, Errors, Preposterous: A radio program on victimizing language Live broadcast with belit SAǦ and Aşkın ERCAN Radio Broadcast 25.05.2018 19:00 – 25.05.2018 20:00
FREIRAD – The Free Radio Innsbruck

Accompanying their joint contribution in the exhibition A part that is missing never breaks belit sağ and Aşkın Ercan will hold a live broadcast on censorship and victimizing language on Friday 25 May, 2018 from 19.00-20.00 on Radio Freirad.

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Off the record Lecture performance by Julie SAS Lecture performance 05.06.2018 19:00
Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen

Echoing the Start Up Lecture from Oktober 2017 that marked the beginning of Julie Sas’s fellowship Program for Art and Theory, she will conclude her work stay here with a lecture performance that will expose, in a specific language operation, some of the aspects and components of her artistic investigation Silent Red Alert – speculative materials on anonymity that she has conducted over the past nine months.

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Rethinking Debates on Freedom of the Arts and its Limits Talk by Banu KARACA (Anthropologist, Mercator-IPC Fellow, Istanbul) Talk 07.06.2018 19:00
Kunstpavillon

Banu Karaca‘s talk Rethinking Debates on Freedom of the Arts and its Limits will take a longitudinal look at how different modalities of arts censorship are played out in Turkey, Germany and the wider European context and examine artistic strategies that strike back against censorship.

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