space shuttle #3


+++ PROJECT VIENNA How to React to a City +++ The exhibition in the MAK DESIGN SPACE is presenting the winners of “Project Vienna—A Design Strategy. How to React to a City?”, the competition of ideas held jointly by MAK & departure +++ June 30 – September 12, 2010 +++ MAK Design Space +++

+++ exhibition: ART NOUVEAU AND SECESSION Joseph Maria Olbrich +++ June 18 – September 27, 2010+++ Leopold Museum Vienna +++

+++ interview with DIEDRICH DIEDERICHSEN on self realization +++ Authentizität, Baby! +++

+++ exhibition: MUDAM Luxembourg +++ Sketches Of Space +++ June 19 – September 19, 2010 +++ Mudam has invited eight artists to occupy the museum with projects specifically conceived for the occasion. Presented in all the rooms devoted to temporary shows, the installations enhance different approaches to the notion of space through their diversity.+++

+++ ilinx talks 4: Vereinzelungsarchitekturen +++ July 1, 2010 +++ 8.30 p.m. – 10 p.m. +++ pro qm, Berlin +++ see essay here

+++ BRIGITTE KOWANZ +++ exhibition: Now I See +++ June 25 – October 3, 2010 +++ MUMOK Vienna +++

+++ Final event: FUTURE WEB +++ Discussion, Book Presentation, Screening +++ July 1, 2010 +++ 6p.m. +++ Film Museum, Vienna +++ invited guests: Sonja Bettel (Journalist, Ö1), Peter Martos (Editor in Chief, Die Presse), Luca Hammer (Blogger), Andreas Langegger (Web 2.0 developer, and Semantic Web advocate), Jana Herwig (Media Researcher University Vienna and Blogger), Patrick Dax (ORF, Futurezone), Rudolf Felser (Editor in Chief, Computerwelt.at), Jan Hackl (Broken Rules / Independent Games, award winner) +++

+++ GIANNI PETTENA +++ lecture: Visible and Invisible Cities +++ June 29, 2010 at 7 p.m. +++ lecture hall: Gestaltungslehre und Entwerfen, UT Vienna, Karlsplatz 13, 1040 Vienna ( stairs 6, 3rd floor)

+++ out now: PRAXIS Journal +++ Issue 10 Urban Matters +++ “The double meaning of the title “Urban Matters” refers to the relevance of urbanism for architecture and to the effect of the materials that comprise the contemporary urban condition on the city. This issue considers different means for architecture to forge an alternative to modernist and post-modernist urban paradigms through ecological, technological, topological and political design approaches.” +++

+++ CHRISTY ASTUY / MICHELA GHISETTI +++ Paontings and Drawings +++ June 16 – September 18, 2010 +++ Gallery Elisabeth Michitsch, Opernring 7/12 (Mezzanine), 1010 Vienna +++

+++ REGENBOGENPARADE 2010 +++ July 3, 2010 +++ start: 2p.m. at Stadtark, Vienna +++ info on route here +++

Christy Astuy, If I Were A Boy, 2010

credits: Brigitte Kowanz

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