»Debatable Land(s)« is an experimental spatial installation, and the first chapter of a year-long project dealing with mechanisms of space appropriation and their historical and current deviations, employing Malta - an island state in the Mediterranean Sea with a long colonial past - as an artistic case-study.
Join the KEX team in conversation with the "Zukunftshof" project-initiator Andreas Gugumuck for a guided tour through the former Haschahof in Wien Favoriten. The tour is part of the urbanize!2020 festival and organized in the framework of KEX | RAND.
The international Social Design students at the University of Applied Arts Vienna unfold a broad and comprehensive spectrum of urban fringes in connection with the reciprocal perceptions of rural and urban inhabitants. In the framework of the exhibition "AM RAND."
The exhibition "AM RAND" focuses on urban periphery, urban planning and agriculture. With contributions by Nicolò Degiorgis, Futurefarmers, Eva Hertzsch & Adam Page. With the collaboration of Jochen Becker (metroZones, Berlin), Angelika Burtscher (Lungomare, Bozen), and the Social Design Studio of the University of Applied Arts Vienna.
The exhibition "AM RAND" opens with lectures by Jochen Becker (metroZones, Berlin) and Angelika Burtscher (Lungomare, Bolzano), that focus on topics like urban periphery, planning and agriculture by introducing examplary projects in Berlin and in Oslo.
Nicolò Degiorgis is the first artist-in-residence of Kunsthalle Exnergasse to design the billboard on the façade of Zukunftshof / Haschahof. Serving as a display for the KEX | RAND project, it will be designed by different artists, alternating every six months.
This series of events hosted by KEX focuses on aspects of Vienna’s periphery, urban planning and agriculture. It will take place in diverse locations around the city. With contributions by Jochen Becker (metroZones, Berlin), Mu Bo, Angelika Burtscher (Lungomare, Bozen), Nicolò Degiorgis (KEX artist-in-residence), Futurefarmers, Eva Hertzsch & Adam Page, Social Design Studio of the University of Applied Arts Vienna, and others.