ImPulsTanz‘s dramaturgical advisor and member of the artistic team Christine Standfest talks about upcoming projects, exciting vs. boring Vienna, the citie’s young contemporary dance scene and where to go to dance all night.
In this series, we want to introduce you to the best contemporary Vienna has to offer. Here are some tips combine contemporary art with culinary delights.
This weekend is all about donaufestival — Austria’s famous avant-garde event for music, performance, and visual art in Krems. Here’s what we are looking forward to.
On the occasion of upcoming panel discussion “Is There a Future for Museums?”, September 20 at MQ, Vienna, museum expert Paul Alezraa from Avesta Group talks about how to stay relevant for digital natives, embracing new technologies and forgetting about visitor numbers.
What have artists Aldo Giannotti, Ulla Rauter and Albert Mayr been up to since their ZONE1 presentations at viennacontemporary?
The Belgian media & technology art duo talks about new ways to shape art experiences, their residency at Vienna’s Q21 and whether the city is as picture-perfectly kitschy as expected.
We’ve caught up with some promising artist from viennacontemporary’s 2014 edition of ZONE1: Tina Lechner, Lukas Troberg, and Julia Haller.
The Viennese dance festivals’ artistic director explains how the world of Contemporary Dance is different from the visual arts but similar to the world of Frisbee, what to see at this year’s Impulstanz and how Vienna finally became cool.
We caught up with some of the artist who were presented in the 2013 edition of ZONE1, viennacontemporary’s emerging artist format: Andrew Mezvinsky, Nestor Kovachev and Gudrun Kampl.
Learn what artist Rudi Stanzel snuck into Belvedere, why you should always look up in Vienna and why Mozartkugeln are still a good souvenir.