MOTIF – PHOTOGRAPHERS
Exhibition in the EIKON Schaufenster
Opening and Presentation of EIKON #96: Tue, Nov 08, 19:00
Venue: EIKON Schaufenster
Founded by Claus Prokop, Roland Rust and Karl Ulbl in 2004, ORTHOCHROME collects, digitalises and archives analogue, private everyday photographs and slides, which predominantly date back to the 1950s and 1960s. ORTHOCHROME's objective is to save these documentations of one's life from oblivion. In the beginning, the archive that now consists of more than 100.000 photographs, was available to curators and artists for public exhibitions. Meanwhile, the archive is not open to the public anymore.
Today, ORTHOCHROME uses the photographs for their own projects that are sometimes realised in collaboration with invited artists. The main focus lies in identifying peculiarities of these captures, uncovering contentual levels, and in making visible aspects that would stay invisible in a superficially authentic facsimile reproduction.
Capture: © ORTHOCHROME
www.eikon.atNov 09 to Feb 28, daily 10-22:00
Sergei Sviatchenko (DNK): SECRETLY
Wall installation at the MQ Forecourt
Location: MQ Forecourt
No English description available.
Image: © Sergei Sviatchenko
www.sviatchenko.dkApr 21, 2016 thru Feb 28, 2017, daily 00-24:00
Text installation in the Literaturpassage
Venue: LITERATURpassage, between MQ courtyard 3 and Mariahilfer Strasse
With text excerpts by Ines Rieder, Diana Voigt, Denice Bourbon, Abha Dawesar, Fanny Blissett, Olja Alvir, Michelle Tea, Clara Felis, Jasna Dimitrijević, Rhiannon Argo, Suzana Tratnik
www.textfeldsuedost.com/literaturpassageOct 01 to Feb 28, ongoing daily 00–24:00
The little neverending vacation
Installation by Gruppe Or-Om im Raum D / Q21
Venue: Raum D / Q21
Vacation images on FLICKR: www.flickr.com/groups/kleinurlaub
Basic theory: https://goo.gl/G4RNgDOct 01 2016 thru Mar 31 2017, daily 10-18:00
Exhibition in Raum 66 of Galerie der Komischen Künste
Venue: Raum 66 in the Galerie der Komischen Künste
Komischen Künste show cartoons by American cartoonist Tom Toro at „Raum 66“ – the most narrow gallery in the world.
www.komischekuenste.com/raum66Oct 28 to Feb 28, daily 11-18:00