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Content Preface 2 Opening Opening steirischer herbst 2013 Festival centre atelier le balto: Ex-Zollamt hoelb / hoeb: Close Link One Night Stands Coffee, Cake, Cinema Modezirkus: Economic Factor Closet Clutter Lisa D.: Taking Things into Your Hands Kudielka / Wimberley: Tableaux vivants Jagwa Music Double Feature Bent Spoke herbst remixed Marginal Notes herbst. Theorie zur Praxis 2013 Theatre / Performance / Dance A Two Dogs Company / Kris Verdonck: H, an incident Anne Juren: Happy End Amund Sjølie Sveen: Economic Theory for Dummies united sorry & friends: the forest project Dewey Dell: Marzo Massimo Furlan: Gym Club Antonia Baehr: Abecedarium Bestiarium Theater im Bahnhof / Gaststubentheater Gößnitz: Operation Wolfshaut Daniel Kötter / Hannes Seidl: Credit Boris Nikitin: Don‘t be Yourself! Ann Liv Young: Sleeping Beauty (1–4) & Sherry Truck Federico León: Las Multitudes Fumiyo Ikeda / Un Yamada: amness Exhibitions Liquid Assets I share, therefore I am

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Music musikprotokoll 39 Patrick Hahn: Encores 40 Castelló / Vester: sonic blue 40 alien productions: metamusic 41 Lepenik / Ritsch: Ex Machina Dei 41 Pulsinger / Schimana: Vienna ORF Radio Symphony Orchestra 42 Heimo Lattner: The Silbadores 42 Trio Zebra 43 Klangforum Wien 43 innode 44 Environmental Auditors 44 ensemble recherche 45 Klangwege 45 No Business for Dogs 46 Personal Soundscapes 46 Watch Radio, Listen to Radio 47 Hagemann / Heifetz: Nights at the Bunker 47

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Veronica Kaup-Hasler

Preface

“Alliances, misalliances and false friends: Liaisons dangereuses”, the leitmotif of this year’s steirischer herbst looks at the nature of dangerous relationship cocktails, of connections which, for all their fragility, are passionate, explosive and always powerful. A “liaison”, from the French perspective, is much more than a flirt or a love affair: it can be applied to connections, relationships and their transformation – in society, art and culture and in both the private sphere and in politics. While one year ago, steirischer herbst focused on the role of art in society-changing moments, we now proceed to look at a number of other questions: what coalitions and compromises are entered into in order to carry through visions and goals? What relations of dependence open up? What scales and disparities are reflected in old boy networks, “forced marriages” of all kinds? What if the line between coalition and corruption gets thinner and thinner? And, in the end, what are the constellations in which we could finally make headway? As always, it is more the questions than the answers that move us. And, as always, these questions will feature recurrently in the steirischer herbst programme – playful, direct – and often associative. This year’s herbst exhibition, for example, curated by Katarina Gregos and Luigi Fassi, examines the changing relationships of a finance industry that take place in virtual space to those real relationships which – committed only to maximum profit and not to the public good – it defines so tangibly and profoundly. Within this context, the conference provides a framework for reflection in which to explore dependencies in politics, the finance industry and society. The festival centre is in a dangerous zone this year: for four weekends we are occupying Ex-Zollamt, the former customs house and the neighbouring Explosiv youth cultural centre. The German / French landscape architect team atelier be balto is transforming what was once the central trans-shipment centre near the main railway station into a vibrant centre for numerous artistic events: along with the herbst exhibition “Liquid Assets”, the “Close Link” installation, a host of live concerts, the artists evenings “One Night Stands”, Lisa D.’s open workshop and much more. Connections and selection criteria are also characteristic of the multiple steirischer herbst opening in 2013 – in a wide variety of ways and at many different venues, featuring performance, visual art and architecture: while the artist Kris Verdonck presents his vision of the universe envisaged by Daniil Charms (Harms), a poet who countered Stalin’s regime of terror within an absurd and poetic world, the choreographer Anne Juren will be premièring her interpretation of Kafka’s “Amerika” and Martin Kippenberger’s America installation.


You’ll come across them again and again and everywhere – these liaisons in and on this year’s leitmotif: for example in Andreas Siekmann’s pictograms, that define the visual image of the festival, at musikprotokoll, that showcases the diverse reference systems in which contemporary music is produced and heard today. Or in visual art – for instance at Grazer Kunstverein, that is focusing on the abstraction of social relationships, at Kunsthaus Graz, that is embarking on new paths of curatorship with the African artist Romuald Hazoumé, while Camera Austria investigates to what extent political questions can be transferred to the institutional framework of art. Or at the < rotor > exhibition, reflecting on a wide range of measures intended to save the world. Or at the Pavelhaus, where curator Adele Eisenstein examines the tense relationship between Hungarian artists and the Orbán government in the context of resistance to the communist regime. Performances include a plethora of (world) premières focusing, among other things, once again on the connection to rural surroundings, thus setting artistic accents at specific points around Styria. While Robert Steijn and Frans Poelstra get up to their theatrical mischief in the woods of Peggau, celebrating nature in song, Theater im Bahnhof joins Gaststubentheater Gößnitz to stage Hans Lebert’s novel “Die Wolfshaut”, with the performance touring various country pubs around Styria. Very different to Ann Liv Young, who offers curative “Sherrapies” to people seeking help as she travels in her truck around Styria and Swiss Boris Nikitin who examines the relationships in elective communities and self-help groups. The transformation and violation of the body in fitness studios based on the career of Arnold Schwarzenegger is the topic of a piece commissioned to Swiss theatre-maker Massimo Furlan. Parallel to this, Antonia Baehr explores the transformation of the human being into an animal in her solo performance. A project realised exclusively by the participation of one hundred Styrians is “Las Multitudes” by Federico León, who develops a theatrical metaphor on the coexistence of different generations at the Helmut-List-Halle. Once again the programme has turned out to be rich and varied and we would be delighted if it tempts you to engage in an enjoyable liaison dangereuse with steirischer herbst lasting more than three weeks.

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H, an incident 24 / 14 € (see p. 17)

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Liquid Assets herbst exhibition opening with Goldin+Senneby Admission free (see p. 31)

Fri 20/09, 19.30 Helmut-List-Halle A Two Dogs Company / Kris Verdonck

H, an incident 24 / 14 € (see p. 17)

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Special times call for special formats and this year’s steirischer herbst opening breaks all bounds, annexing different venues around the city for more than ten hours and even breaking completely new ground in the evening. You can join in the opening tour in the afternoon when Kris Verdonck’s disturbing language and machine theatre, based on the writings of the Russian author Daniil Charms (Harms), premières at the HelmutList-Halle. Who decides to attend the afternoon performance, has it easier in the evening, with two premières – Anne Juren’s choreography on Kafka’s and Kippenberger’s “America” and Amund Sjølie Sveen’s performance crash course “Economic Theory for Dummies” in public finance – in addition to another showing of “H, an incident”. The herbst exhibition “Liquid Assets” opens in between and focuses on the mysteries and the shady sides of virtualised global cash flows. Later in the evening, steirischer herbst invites everyone to the big opening reception followed by a concert of the fantastic Tanzanian band Jagwa Music at this year’s festival zone around the former customs house and Explosiv near the railway station. As things are coming thick and fast, plan ahead to make sure you’re in the front row.

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After the revolution comes reorientation, upheaval is followed by times in which future conditions are renegotiated. These are fragile moments that decide whether an agreement is reached and whether new orders come about. Until then, the outcome remains dangerously in the balance. The terrain is unclear and the exception is the rule. The steirischer herbst festival centre is also more a zone in motion than a rigid centre this year, flexibly adjoining Ex-Zollamt, the site of the former customs house in Bahnhofgürtel. An area, neither truly periphery nor centre, that reminds us of times when the globalisation of markets was not so limitless and circumstances more visibly limited. The Explosiv youth cultural centre marks one side of the range of choices in this zone, with a night-spot, concerts and Sunday cinema. Ex-Zollamt marks another: the installation “Close Link” allows visitors to experience intimate, usually hidden relationship systems by using their senses, the herbst exhibition “Liquid Assets” artistically illuminates the opacities of global cash flows, while the great hall serves as a daytime café and herbst Bar, the scene of unpredictable “One Night Stands” and a Sunday crossing-point and meeting-place for alternative trade channels. The landscape architects from atelier le balto, who designed the gardens of the Palais de Tokyo in Paris and the Berlin Kunst-Werke, have arranged a group of strangely floating houses over the whole area between Explosiv and Ex-Zollamt, over the courtyard and garden. At night they light up, reminiscent of fragile summer-houses or greenhouses, forging links to the history of the site and creating places that oscillate between inside and out, public and private, transparent and hidden.

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The installation “Close Link” by hoelb / hoeb focuses on the extraordinary relationship systems and extreme situations that arise when people find themselves in isolated states of consciousness due to illness. Barbara Hoelbling and Mario Hoeber use an experimental artistic set-up to explore spaces and everyday activities that characterise close relationships to persistent vegetative state patients, to people living with a mental or physical impairment, or to dementia sufferers, demonstrating one’s own feelings rather than those of others. “Close Link” confronts visitors with their own very personal, unexplored relationships, in addition it asks pressing questions regarding the disposition of society: what do we 34 %current exchange repress? What situations do we 33 % radiance expose ourselves to? How did we get into this? 26 % liaison 80 % live concer ts “Close Link” is devised7to benea complex, ever-changing 20 % twspace % zo in packin the dynamic context of art, interdisciplinary research and social practice. An artistically transformed intensive-care unit gives an insight into very specific medical equipment, questioning the limits of what is technically possible and the relationship between research, economy and public welfare. With the aid of film screenings, interviews, image sequences, objects and a personal dialogue 39 % na with different experts onture location – doctors, scientists, artists are 36 % dance here for the duration 45 % th relocating their workplace ofeathe tre festival – 45 % generarelationship % ritua “Close Link” pans17out a l setting that demonstrates tions 10 % cons % adventureemotions and social tellations and systems between 8individual perception opens up new spaces for action.

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Millennium & Barbara Morgenstern Millennium, a band as a project, or rather a start-up and connected with it, a deliberate game of contrasts. Visually designed in a sobersmooth Microsoft WordArt look, Norman Palm, the singer and Ville Haimala from Renaissance Man are already in a new dimension of the electropop heavens with their music. Long melody arcs, cool keyboard sounds and beats that merge into a minimalist-harmonic work. That’s the new sound of the Berlinbased musician Barbara Morgenstern, who is presenting her current album “Sweet Silence”.

Sat 05/10, 23.00 Ex-Zollamt / Explosiv 8€ With Millennium (US/FI) & Barbara Morgenstern (DE)

Pascal Pinon & Anna von Hausswolff Twin sisters Jófrídur and Ásthildur have named themselves after the Mexican Pascal Pinon who exhibited his two heads a hundred years ago. The unity of the two, the harmony, can be felt in all of their folky-indie pop miniatures: the charm of Icelandic home recording coated with a sheen of soft melodies. The church organ plays a key role on Anna von Hausswolff’s latest album “Ceremony”, in which she creates a pop oratory that combines heavenly sounds with crystal clear, expressive vocals. The young Swede’s music is mysterious, hymnic and powerful, somewhere between this world and the next.

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They are diarists and writers-in-residence, minute-takers and observers. They note, sketch, photograph. They formulate passing thoughts – topical today and stale tomorrow. They observe themselves and others, negotiate public and private affairs. They record and invent, think up stories and reflect on reality. They are always subjective. They work with familiarfinmeans nce and grapple with 58 % a the conditions of the sober medium. 0The result, by degrees, is a sh ca 2 % ce pers ormanvirtual multidimensional, diary, a notebook a demo ewspasketchbook, 25 % perf 16 % nand n Brothers tape. A 2map, % Lehma left-overs. Sequels, 5 % poap virtual card index. Casual6jottings, e inism remains of the day. new beginnings. 25 % fem The ations rapy e th % s 5 This year2 again, four authors and artists will be keeping a Net diary ellation for steirischer herbst: British author Stewart Home, Swiss director Boris Nikitin, whose play “Don‘t be Yourself!” is billing at this year’s ialism stcolonin 9 % polives festival, Graz-born writer Cordula Simon, who5now Odessa, nge 3 % excha and Dutch performermRobert entary Steijn, whose 2“the soforest art project”, l a cu ci o d 44 % FranssiPoelstra, 18 % at steirischer co-produced with is also premièring on ti o p m 37 % co nce herbst. flow performa 19 % cash st e w They began their notes in May and will be constantly adding new st a %e fiction notes and condensing them during the festival, when all four % science nd 68 % soua parallel authors will be in Graz for one week each – thus creating tics b ro 20 % o ent pre-history and literary continuation of steirischer herbst. xperim e ra % st 5 e 1 h 60 % orc nics h 7 % churc ro 23 % elect sculpture e n o h d p n a u g 5 % me 17 % so sm c journali 20 % musi et Magazine 15 % secr

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Première Fri 20/09, Sat 21/09 & Sun 22/09, 19.30 Dom im Berg 70’ 18 / 12 € Talk following the third performance Choreography Anne Juren With Laia Fabre, Deborah Hazler, Anne Juren, Rotraud Kern & David Subal Set design Roland Rauschmeier Light design Bruno Pocheron Costumes Lise Lendais Sound design Peter Böhm Dramaturgical advice Silke Bake & Sandra Noeth see p. 80 Shuttle services from Vienna and Linz

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Happy End A choreography on the installation of the novel “The Happy End of Franz Kafka’s ‘Amerika’”, the last big installation created by the artist Martin Kippenberger before his death, is the starting point of the piece by Anne Juren, co-founder of Wiener Tanz- und Kunstbewegung, in which she explores such topics as yearning and failure along with the question as to the conditions to which artistic work is subject today. Kippenberger’s installation claims to have a Happy End for Kafka’s incomplete novel “Amerika”, which deals with the sixteen-year-old Karl Rossmann who is sent by his parents to America after being seduced by a maid who is now expecting his child. After a number of existentialist experiences, Karl finally ends up in the Nature Theatre of Oklahoma, with belonging and rejection being recurrent themes along this journey. Experiences with which Kippenberger was probably familiar and which are reflected in his oeuvre. Fascinated by, but at the same time developing a sceptical relationship to the biographies, successes and failures of these men who wrote literary and art history, Juren and four other dancers set out to lend something like physical presence to the novel of Kafka’s text and Kippenberger’s work in a choreographical manner. A piece that oscillates between rumours and facts, familiar and new territory and that – despite the general mood of crisis – soberly adheres to the belief that the uncontrollable can ultimately be controlled. Produced by Wiener Tanz- und Kunstbewegung Co-produced by steirischer herbst, HAU Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin), Tanzquartier Wien & tanzhaus nrw (Düsseldorf) Supported by the NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ (NPN) International Guest Performance Fund for Dance, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media on the basis of a decision by the German Bundestag Supported by Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien


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In times of the global financial crisis, when old answers no longer 22 % need to suffice to describe the world, a let22alone set it right, we may yri reformulate the questions. Or perhaps not leave the answers to the alleged experts. There are in any case very fundamental questions that need to be asked anew. Questions that cut to the core of what we really take for granted: why does money exist in the world? Who needs loans, who needs banks? Why is growth important? Is human nature really made for the liberal market economy? And % co ts 35 %that are not already20ideologically can economists provide answers e den misshapen? So many imponderables, so few reliable solutions. For all those who have come to mistrust professional expertise on this matter, Amund Sjølie Sveen is holding a crash course in economy at steirischer herbst. So that in future we can try to find questions and answers ourselves. With the aid of his entertaining and informative ber made important chamhas re 27 performance lectures, Sveen der eat contributions to people’s education on several occasions in the past. Particularly on the subject of highly complex issues. For example on the link between art, crude oil and happiness in his home country Norway, the richest country in the world. Or on what grounds, war and arms trading have to do with each other. Sveen pulls out all the stops of multimedia presentation art in his performances. Even the musical instruments that he plays are specially (at)tuned to the topic. 39 % t re 2 al r eat Co-produced by steirischer herbst, BarentsmSpektakel Festival & New Theater Institute of Latvia


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the forest project Première Thu 26/09, Fri 27/09, Sat 28/09 & Sun 29/09, 16.30 Tannebenstraße 2 8120 Peggau 180’ 18 / 12 € German and English language Talk following the third performance The performance takes place in all weather. Warm, rainproof clothing and good shoes are recommended. With Eun Kyung Lee, Pieter Ampe, Vass Imre, Frans Poelstra, Robert Steijn & Jean-Baptiste Veyret-Logerias Music Steve Heather & Martin Siewert Costumes Anke Philipp

“Nature is simple, Nature is you.” Forests were once places full of magic and wild energy. Temples of the gods in which the marriage of hunter and animal was once fulfilled in ancient times. A playground of lascivious fauns, desperate nymphs and mysterious unicorns. Little is left of all that today. We take our bodies for a walk in the forest to get our fill of fresh air, not to face our innermost demons. And yet at times we do yearn for a more primeval connection with nature. From where does this longing come? Whence, for that matter, this estrangement? The Dutch-Austrian performance duo united sorry – Robert Steijn and Frans Poelstra – are continuing to develop their “green conversations”, surprise 0 %close which they began last year for steirischer herbst, this time10in s rt e conce collaboration with a group of young / performers 80 % livchoreographers ange packwill delve deep into a in % exchwell-acclaimed tw and34two musicians. They % 0 2 diance 33 % raforest secluded near Graz together with the audience in a magical n o is a li % trip, a26shamanistic journey to the roots, a late afternoon with fauns. To 7 % zone experience shared moments of silent contemplation and unbridled energy, to open up the subconscious and the hearts. And, ideally, to achieve a state of green ecstasy together. ormance 25 % perf Commissioned by steirischer herbst p o p Produced by united sorry 25 % atre inism 45 % the tions 25 % fem y ra e n ge rap e % th 5 4 25 % re llations 39 % natu % conste 0 1 ce 36 % dan al 17 % ritu nture 8 % adve

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It’s usually very simple scenes and pictures from his own childhood that inspire Italian-Swiss Massimo Furlan’s works: the poster of a singer hanging on the wall of his sister’s room; looking forward to the Eurovision Song Contest in the seventies, or the memory of playing football alone in his room as a child while an Italian Series A match was playing on the radio. Furlan uses this as an example, to develop his legendary football theatre, in which he re-enacts historical matches in minute detail – step by step, gesture by gesture. It is long shots like these, shots that take time, which Furlan finds for his memories to stage in very special places. In football stadiums, at the airport, sometimes in the theatre too. In this way personal anecdotes become narratives that touch the collective memory of the viewers and, in so doing, evoke something like a community of memory. For “Gym Club” Furlan now sets out on the trail of another sporting icon from his childhood. Furlan takes Arnold Schwarzenegger’s career, which started out in a weight room in the cellar of the Liebenauer Stadium in Graz, as the background for his study of the culture of bodybuilding. To him, rather than weightlifting, bodybuilding is about body work, bodily transformation, whose true aim is an aesthetic one. The contests are not about demonstrating physical strength, but beauty, a choreography of muscles and bodies trained to perfection. The scene in “Gym Club”: a going-away party at a fitness club, funfair atmosphere, a burlesque situation. The members have come to celebrate a man who will make it further than all of them on his road to becoming a star. The feverish hunt for beauty and power lies ahead of him. A boundless dream. Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Numéro23Prod With support of Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council & Ville de Lausanne

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Experimental film-maker Daniel Kötter and composer Hannes Seidl, Première who have been working together closely since 2008, combining Sat 05/10 & Sun 06/10, 19.30 advanced forms of documentary narrative with New Music, have Orpheum set their sights pretty high. In the next few years they are setting 70’ out to study nothing less than the fundamental conditions of 18 / 12 € social action by means of film and composition with their project German language series “Economies of action”. It is to be about love, security and law. In the first instalment they focus on an economy of action that Talk following ture the second performance 70 % litera has come to the fore as highly suspicious in the years of global s to o h 12 % p financial crisis – the economy of action with money, symbolised by Concept, video, rvation se b o % 0 1 the banker’s profession. music and direction ent rprise 8 % mom 100 %ofsu this Daniel Kötter & Hannes Seidl For “Credit”, Kötter and Seidl bring on stages representatives ve concert not only during their Setting and assistance professionanwho they had filmed inliFrankfurt, 80 % e g ch x pack e in % Rahel Kesselring tw 4 3 % 0 2 time. Putting together a film from work, but also ce during their leisure With % radian this33material, although the soundtrack has been deleted. A strange on Michael Zapf, Choir of the German 26 % liais menagerie sets the film to music live on stage. Among them, two Bundesbank et al. 7 % zone noisemakers who use the sound of air-conditioning systems, Noisemakers Peter Sandmann & echoing steps in the corridor or the clicking of computer keyboards nce 58 % fina Sebastian Berweck to create the typical ambience of different film genres and a dubbing cash % 0 2 a ormance actor who gives his voice to the characters. Individual bankers from 25 % perf The performance on Sun 06/1016 % newsp a p m o h p e % the film are on stage too, creating the soundtrack, from subtle25to is included in the musikprotokoll 6 % L inism theatre 5 %accompanied pass. Please get your 25 % fem festival s n totally rackety noise textures. They 4are by the amateur o ti ra e py therareserved-seat 5 % gen 4 % s 5 ticket at the n 2 o re ti tu a choir of39the German Bundesbank singing credos of musical history stell % na 10 % con Information and Ticket Office no ce n a d and contemporary commentaries, chorals and political battle % 36 later than Fri 04/10. ritual against probability, banker docufiction and postanthems.17A%credo enture v d a % 59 8 punk oratorio in a film setting between TV feature and Hollywood. 2 ry menta Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Künstlerhaus Mousonturm (Frankfurt am Main) 44 % docu sition 1 o % comp 7 3 ce n flow orma 66 % perf est 19 % cash -w st a e % 9 1 n allation nce fictio 34 % inst 15 % scie ss e ln il 34 % icipation 32 % part estra 60 % orch nics ro ct le 23 % e re d sculptu phone n a u g e so m % % 7 1 65 sm li a c journ 20 % musi stance t e cr se 56 % resi space % 15 c li b u p % 29 er 15 % pow 25

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“The deepest urge in human nature is the desire to be important.” This aphorism of the American philosopher John Dewey forms the ution stit Carnegie’s book “How to Win Friends and Influence basis for Dale People” (1936), a classic of motivational literature. Carnegie observes that communication and community and consequently professional advancement, can only succeed by satisfying this need. By honestly being interested in others, listening carefully and occasionally favouring them with a smile. Based upon this principle are most forms of peer groups and cliques, 32 % elective communities and self-help groups, which are becoming und increasingly important the faster traditional forms of collective meaning dissolve into nothing. “Be yourself!” was yesterday’s mantra, whereas self-fulfilment 2.0 is socially rooted. Recently, in “Bartleby oder Sicherheit ist ein Gefühl” at the Schauspielhaus in Graz, Swiss theatre-maker Boris Nikitin examined the resistance of the individual and set out in search of God, with cecommunity 37 the Mormon at Theater Freiburg. In his latest piece, a dan co-production of steirischer herbst and Schauspielhaus Graz, he calls for communal radicalisation in view of the paradigm shift. “We have the unique opportunity to reprogramme ourselves and radically to let go of our lives, as we have led them up to this point – including our visions of the future”, says Nikitin. “The final belief is to believe in a fiction. We must empower ourselves.” istling wh

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Sleeping Beauty (1–4) & Sherry Truck There are not many roles that Ann Liv Young hasn’t tried her hand at on stage as a performer. While it’s not always explicit, sometimes it is. Including sex with fellow performers. She also likes to involve the audience in her works, which she sets with relish somewhere between prose and provocation, pop and porn. One thing that she does try to avoid is letting the audience feel too comfortable when she goes about delving deep into gender roles and stereotypes. That all changes in the first two parts of her new piece “Sleeping Beauty”, in which Ann Liv Young gently and playfully focuses on a figure from the world of fairy-tales, investigating why Sleeping Beauty comes across as so two-dimensional and passive in conventional stories. It’s not until parts three and four, that are premièring at steirischer herbst, that she steps up the pace, introducing into her ambivalent trashy universe Mary, a completely new persona. And a devilishly evil one to boot. 34 % exch angshe e is the exact opposite of another of the performer’s such, 33As % radiance incarnations – Sherry, a southerner with a broad accent and blonde 26 % liaiso n 80 % liveit coher job to make the world a bit 7 perm ncerts % zone who has somehow made 20 % twin methods. healthier with her therapeutic Sherry 1held pack 00 % su surgery riseher briefly at steirischer herbst in 2011, and this time – thanksrpto worldwide, stage-busting success in the meantime – she is bringing a whole therapy truck with her. She will be touring Styria, serving her guests pink caffè lattes, offering manicures and pedicures along with individual and couple “Sherrapies”. 39 % natu re Beauty (3–4) commissioned by steirischer herbst Sleeping 36 % dance 45 % theat 17 % ritua re l 45 % gene rations 8 % adven 25 % perfo ture 10 % const rmance ellations 25 % pop 25 % femin ism 25 % thera py 34 % insta llat 34 % illne ion ss 32 % partic ipation

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Liquid Assets

In the aftermath of the transformation of capital

Things clear up in retrospect, they say. What was eclipsed by the gravity of events becomes visible later: causes, reasons, connections, culprits. But is that really so? Today, for example, five years after the outbreak of the biggest post-war financial and economic crisis, have we really learned anything? Have we understood the pathologies that can be unleashed by an alliance of democracy and market economy that we learned to see as part of the natural order and without alternative after the fall of the Wall? Have we really understood the financial turn, with all its consequences, its devastating effects for the global economy, but also for democracy and human rights, that dramatic shift from real to finance industry, in which assets, concrete and abstract alike, are created and destroyed in fractions of a second? Do we know how to get out of it again? But then why is no end of the calamity in sight? Why don’t we even draw clear conclusions from the sheer violence that goes hand in hand with finance capitalism? And why – despite all the experts constantly explaining the world to us in talk-shows and at roundtable conferences – do we seem to lack words when we try to put what is happening to us in a nutshell? The international exhibition “Liquid Assets” focuses on these literature and the shady 70 %opacities mysteries, the ineffable and the obscure, the 12 % photos sides of an economic and financial system that no longer can explain 100 % surprise 10 % observation itself. In order to explore the secrets and logics of free-flowing global 8 % moment cash flows with the devices of art, in order perhaps to understand a bit better how money and debt morality can define and deform interpersonal relationships. Commissioned by steirischer herbst

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20/09 - 01/12 Ex-Zollamt / Halle 20/09 - 13/10 Thu - Sat 14.00 - 24.00 Sun 14.00 - 21.00 14/10 - 01/12 Thu 12.00 - 20.00 Fri - Sun 12.00 - 18.00 5/3€ Fri 20/09, 17.30 Ex-Zollamt / Halle Opening with Goldin+Senneby With Eric Baudelaire (FR/US), Alessandro Balteo Yazbeck (VE) & Media Farzin (IR/US), James Beckett (ZA/NL), Alain Bornain (BE), Danilo Correale (IT), Marianne Flotron (NL/CH), Zachary Formwalt (CH), Alexandro Georgiou (GR), Goldin+Senneby (SE), Núria Güell (SP), Jan Peter Hammer (DE), David Harvey (US), KennedyBrowne (IE), Gustav Metzger (DE), Anetta Mona Chisa (RO) & Lucia Tkacova (SK), Oliver Ressler (AT), Salinas & Bergman (NO), Visible Solutions (EE) & Wooloo (DK) Curated by Luigi Fassi (AT/IT) & Katerina Gregos (BE/GR) Tours Thu 26/09, Thu 03/10 & Thu 10/10, 21.30 on Sundays 22/09 - 01/12, 16.00 Ex-Zollamt / Halle see p. 49 “Liaisons dangereuses” see p. 75 Long Night of Museums

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Unexpected Encounters “Unexpected Encounters”, building on questions posed in the 2012 project “Art is Concrete”, focuses on the moment after the uprising: its starting point is the occurrence of and return to a normal state of life following upheaval. The collective desire for normality gives rise to new myths of order, institutions, history and identity. A number of initiatives and groups from various countries that underwent revolutions and political / societal upheaval – in some instances dating back twenty years or more – are invited to collaborate with Camera Austria in creating contributions that reflect and explore these phenomena. How can the indiscernible nuances of these political transformations be transmitted into the realm of cultural spaces without reducing them? How can artistic practice serve as a means of translating the complex political, institutional and social resistances into material forms? Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Camera Austria


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Out of the Museum and into the Street Hungarian contemporary art after 2010 28/09 - 30/11 Pavelhaus / Pavlova hiša Tue - Sat 13.30 - 18.30 Sun 13.30 - 18.00 Admission free With Szabad Művészek / Free Artists (HU), Erika Baglyas (HU), Borsos Lőrinc (HU), Tibor Horváth (HU) & Ilona Németh (SK) Curated by Adele Eisenstein (HU) Project coordination Elisabeth Arlt (AT) & David Kranzelbinder (AT) Shuttle service to the opening Sat 28/09, 15.00 Meeting point: Ex-Zollamt / Bus stop Return 22.00 Registration: geder@steirischerherbst.at

When the Iron Curtain fell in Hungary in 1989, the potential of % theatre revolutionary upheaval of which Hungary had in the past had ample –45 generations 45 % 39 % nature think 1848, 1956 – also seemed exhausted.%Until, that is, Viktor Orbán % constellatio 10 36 dance and his national-conservative Fidesz party came to power in 2010, l ua rit 17 % ure since when they have been pushing through reforms to 8 % adventruthless rebuild the state, constitution and society in a manner which brooks no dissenting opinion, let alone criticism or contradiction. Meanwhile, the new rulers’ attacks have also reached the institutions of visual art, for example Budapest’s arts centre / Műcsarnok and the Ludwig 66 % perform Museum. The artists’ resistance has formed tionin the Szabad 19 % east % installaall 34 above Művészek / Free Artists initiative. The exhibition 15 % scienc 34 % illnesscurated by Adele ation works from rticip Eisenstein for the Pavelhaus is now showcasing the latest 32 % pa this setting, contrasting them with oppositional works from the days of the communist regime. Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Pavelhaus / Pavlova hiša

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Sat 21/09 11.00 ESC im LABOR I share, therefore I am 12.00 Grazer Kunstverein Dough Ashford / Trisha Brown / Sarah Browne /%Germaine Kruip 100 theory 13.00 Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien … What is art? … 14.00 Camera Austria Unexpected Encounters 15.00 Kunsthaus Graz Beninese Solidarity w ith Endangered Westerners 16.00 < rotor > Measures of Saving the World _ Part 3 17.00 Ex-Zollamt / Halle Liquid Assets tal 68 % instrumen cs ni tro ec el 23 % Sat 28/09 9 % synthesiser 17.00 Pavelhaus Out of the Museum and into the Street 36

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The tours, conceived as dialogues, give insight into the different exhibits of the festival. Participation is free as a service of steirischer herbst. Entrance fees, if applicable, are not included. No reservation is necessary. With Verein KUNST.WERK (AT) & Education steirischer herbst

Tours Liquid Assets Thu 26/09, Thu 03/10 & Thu 10/10, 21.30 on Sundays 22/09 - 01/12, 16.00 Meeting point: Ex-Zollamt / Halle Liquid Assets

Curatorial dialogues Sat 28/09, 11.00 Meeting point: < rotor > with Margarethe Makovec, Anton Lederer & Christian Egger

Sat 26/10, 14.00 Meeting point: Ex-Zollamt / Halle with Luigi Fassi & Reinhard Braun

Thu 03/10, 19.00 Meeting point: Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien with Christian Egger & Elisabeth Arlt

Thu 31/10, 19.00 Meeting point: Grazer Kunstverein with Krist Gruijthuijsen & Luigi Fassi

Sat 12/10, 11.00 Meeting point: Kunsthaus Graz with Günther Holler-Schuster, Margarethe Makovec & Anton Lederer

Sat 09/11, 14.00 Meeting point: Pavelhaus with Elisabeth Arlt & Reni Hofmüller

Thu 17/10, 19.00 Meeting point: ESC im LABOR with Reni Hofmüller & Günther Holler-Schuster

Eight curatorial dialogues propose more detailed information on the exhibitions. Participation is free as a service of steirischer herbst. Entrance fees, if applicable, are not included. No reservation is necessary. Shuttle service to Pavelhaus Sat 09/11, 12.00 Meeting point: Ex-Zollamt / Bus stop Registration: geder@steirischerherbst.at

Thu 14/11, 19.00 Meeting point: Camera Austria with Reinhard Braun & Krist Gruijthuijsen

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musikprotokoll Venturing into the boundless expanse of conceivable universes of sound, ORF musikprotokoll explores as yet uncharted acoustic territories and life-forms. Parrots, for example. They are the receivers of the sounds created by the alien productions artist collective, in whose “metamusic” project they radically reconceive the relationship between art and nature: animals – not humans – have control of a sound sculpture at this year’s ORF musikptotokoll. Nature and artefact. Human and object. Art and body. Matter and virtual reality. Universe and ephemera. Heaven and earth. musikprotokoll as a fourty-five-year history of liaisons dangereuses. A number of bold first encounters will be orchestrated in 2013 once again including electronic musician and producer Patrick Pulsinger with the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra: along with encounters in Graz of uncertain outcome, when the prize-winning work from the 5th Johann Joseph Fux opera composition competition premières in co-operation with the University of Music as part of musikprotokoll / extended on 12 October: “Asteroid 62” by Dimitri Kourliandskis, a theatrical composition revolving around the idea of metamorphosis. The piece will be performed on the radio, on the Net and in the city of Graz: inside and out, up and down. Roaming the Schloßberg hill, exploring the tunnels below, with robots filling St. Andrä-Kirche with sound. Omnipresence of music. Multicontextuality of music. A theme which musikprotokoll explores together with the European festival network ECAS. But what exactly will happen in the spaceship of musical relationships remains to be seen. After all, contemporary art at musikprotokoll lives in dangerous liaisons.

Festival pass 70 / 50 € Curated by Elke Tschaikner (AT), Susanna Niedermayr (AT) & Christian Scheib (AT) //musikprotokoll.orf.at Kunst im Anthropozoikum Fri 04/10, 18.00 Murinsel Discussion with alien productions (AT), Oliver Baurhenn (DE), Angélica Castelló (AT/MX), Daniel Lercher (AT), Heike Vester (DE/NO), Winfried Ritsch (AT) et al.

Produced by steirischer herbst, ORF Radio Österreich 1 & ORF Landesstudio Steiermark In co-operation with ECAS / ICAS – Networking Tomorrow’s Art For An Unknown Future, ORF Kunstradio, Europäische Union – Programm Kultur 2007-2013, Insomnia (Tromsø), Kunstuniversität Graz, ESC im LABOR & ARGE Papageienschutz

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A bunker in Graz. A seemingly random group of people waiting together for the end after the disaster which is not named – or which is given many different names. They tell each other about their lives and, under the impression of the imminent end, they forge alliances, friendships and romances for life. In the end it is either over, or you meet up outside again, pretending that nothing has happened. The Apocalypse as a one-night stand. -20 % “Nights at the Bunker” is a quick mystery series developed by Forum Stadtpark which combines elements of performance with experimental music. In episode 7, selected guests join the core bunker team – British songwriter and artist Guy Dale, Slovenian singer and composer Maja Osojnik and performer and director Katarina Romana Schröter. Working together for four days and nights, they set out to create an evening on the border of paranoia, agony and beauty based on an ongoing mystery script.

Wed 25/09, 21.30 Forum Stadtpark 70’ 8 € (evening box office) By and with Arne Glöckner (DE), Vera Hagemann (AT), Manfred Hörmann (AT), Malika Mosu (FR), Johannes Schrettle (AT), Tina Ulrich (AT) & Patrick Wurzwallner (AT) Guests Guy Dale (GB), Maja Osojnik (SI) & Katarina Romana Schröter (DE)

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50 % lilanguage English ve 50 % pa With rty Hector Aristizábal (CO), Zdenka Badovinac (SI), Beirut (Sarah Rifky (EG), Jens Maier-Rothe (DE), Antonia Alampi (IT)), Ellen Blumenstein (DE), Sarah Browne (IR), Lieven De Cauter (BE), Jeannette Ehlers (DK), Marianne Flotron (CH/NL), Zachary Formwalt (NL/US), Sam Gindin (CA), Katerina Gregos (BE/GR), Krist Gruijthuijsen (AT/NL), Marina Grzinic (SI), Jan Peter Hammer (DE), John Jordan (US/FR), Giovanni Leghissa (IT), Alanna Lockward (DE/DO), Florian Malzacher (DE), Markus Miessen (DE), Saverio Pesapane (IT), Jonas Staal (NL), Wooloo (DK) & Erik Olin Wright (US) Moderated by Lieven De Cauter (BE) & Eric Olin Wright (US) Curated by Luigi Fassi (AT/IT) & Anne Faucheret (AT/FR) see p. 9 “Coffee, Cake, Cinema”

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herbst Academy Applications and detailed information at www.steirischerherbst.at Deadline for registration: Wed 31/07

This year again, four workshops bring young international artists, theorists and students to Graz during the festival to explore reslationship and their transformation in society, art and culture and to reflect on the art works on show at the festival.

see p. 49 “Liaisons dangereuses”

Institution as Fiction: What is an Institution? Workshop 1 02/10 - 04/10 English language By Beirut (Sarah Rifky (EG), Jens Maier-Rothe (DE), Antonia Alampi (IT)) see p. 34 “Unexpected Encounters”

When societies are caught up in such radical upheavals as Egypt is at the moment, this impacts on the way in which institutions – particularly of art and culture – need to be conceived. Normative conceptions are of little help here, but perhaps conceptions of ambiguity and movement are. But does that not apply to art institutions in general in times of turbulence? In their workshop for artists and culture workers, Sarah Rifky, Jens Maier-Rothe and Antonia Alampi from the Cairo-based art initiative Beirut, who are also involved in the Camera Austria exhibition, propose a series of collective exercises to reconceive the institution – including its identities, resources and economies – as a fictitious entity.

Neoliberalism as a New Anthropotechnique: Between the Cyborg and the Desiring Machine Workshop 2 02/10 - 04/10 English language By Giovanni Leghissa (IT)

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Even though it seems so at times, neoliberalism need not necessarily be seen as the natural, almost inevitable further development of classical liberalism. The philosopher Giovanni Leghissa from Turin University suggests a deconstructive interpretation instead. The workshop will be about demonstrating the origins of neoliberalism in theory and defining a cultural agenda that allows us to conceive alternatives to the prevailing economic model. According to Leghissa, however, what this will also require is a form of rationality which differs structurally from conventional forms.


Afropean Decoloniality in the Art Plantations of Modernity Workshop 3

Three days of film screenings, three days of intense discussions on the Black Diaspora and the work of African video artists in the European context. Together with the Berlin-based curator and author Alanna Lockward, initiator of the Art Labour Archives, participants will try to decolonialise hegemonic narratives of art and forge new alliances based on the works of Teresa María Díaz Nerio, William Kentridge, Ingrid Mwangi, Robert Hutter and Emeka Udemba. The workshop will be held in English, with topics including theories on the subject of decolonialism and discourses on Black Feminism and Critical Race Theory.

07/10 - 09/10 English language By Alanna Lockward (DE/DO)

Theatre of the Oppressed and Radical Transformation: From Desire into Action Workshop 4

What role can theatre play in times of social and political upheaval? Hector Aristizábal, theatre-maker, psychologist and activist against torture, has founded the ImaginAction network in Los Angeles in order to utilise the transformational forces of theatre for community building and in processes of self-empowerment. Against the background of the Theatre of the Oppressed developed by Augusto Boal in the 1960s, Aristizábal will join the workshop participants to develop scenes from concrete life experiences, looking for ways to connect individual modes of acting with global movements for radical political change.

07/10 - 09/10 English language By Hector Aristizábal (CO)

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steirischer herbst is a partner of NXTSTP, an ambitious and long-term project that forms part of the European Union culture programme. Next Step is a network of eight European art festivals, with the aim of fostering the co-production and expansion of the performing arts in Europe. NXTSTP wants to provide impetus to performing artists on the verge of an international breakthrough, by creating access to major theatres and making tours of Europe easier, thus attracting and appealing to new audiences. The result can be seen at steirischer herbst 2013 through the works of Kris Verdonck (BE) and Antonia Baehr (DE). NXTSTP partners: Alkantara Festival (Lisbon), Baltoscandal Festival (Rakvere), Dublin Theater Festival (Dublin), Göteborgs Dans & Teater Festival (Göteborg), Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Brussels), Noorderzon (Groningen), steirischer herbst festival (Graz), Théâtre National de Bordeaux en Aquitaine (Bordeaux)


Services Information p +43 316 81 60 70 info@steirischerherbst.at Online tickets www.steirischerherbst.at Advanced ticket sales 19/06 - 12/10 oeticket Center Stadthalle Graz Messeplatz 2 / 8010 Graz MQ Point / Info-Tickets-Shop at MuseumsQuartier Wien Museumsplatz 1 / 1070 Wien and at all oeticket advanced ticket offices tickets@steirischerherbst.at 11/09 - 12/10 Information and Ticket Office / City Kapistran-Pieller-Platz, Hauptbrücke 8010 Graz daily 10.00 - 18.00 20/09 - 13/10 Information and Ticket Office / Ex-Zollamt Bahnhofgürtel 57 / 8020 Graz Thu - Sat 14.00 - 23.30 Sun 14.00 - 20.30 14/10 - 01/12 Exhibition Ticket Office / Ex-Zollamt Bahnhofgürtel 57 / 8020 Graz Thu 12.00 - 19.30 Fri - Sun 12.00 - 17.30 Tickets which have been paid for in advance must be collected at the venue at the latest fifteen minutes before the start of the event. Credit cards We accept American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and Visa. 74

Box offices Box offices open one hour before the start of events at the venues. In the case of sold-out events, uncollected tickets will be made available fifteen minutes before the start of the event. Concessions Reduced ticket prices are available for students and apprentices up to 25 years of age, seniors, unemployed, national / civil service and members of Ö1-Club, Standard Club der Leser and Kleine Zeitung Vorteilsclub. spark7 members receive a discount of € 1 for the concert series “Double Feature“ tickets. When purchasing tickets, a valid ID must be presented. For concessions, relevant proof of entitlement must be shown when collecting tickets. Not all reduced price categories may be available for co-operations and pre-sale. Hunger for Art and Culture (Hunger auf Kunst und Kultur) People in financial difficulty have just as much right to art and culture. “Hunger for Art and Culture” benefits everyone who wants to take part in cultural life but who cannot afford to. Proceeds from sales of herbst chocolate from the Schokoladen Manufaktur Zotter at the advance booking and box offices will be used to fund tickets that may be obtained free of charge by presenting a “Culture Pass”. Please support this project! Accommodation bookings Graz Tourismus Herrengasse 16 / 8010 Graz p +43 316 80 75 0 info@graztourismus.at www.graztourismus.at


Ticket prices A Two Dogs Company / Kris Verdonck H, an incident Anne Juren Happy End Amund Sjølie Sveen Economic Theory for Dummies united sorry the forest project Dewey Dell Marzo Massimo Furlan Gym Club Antonia Baehr Abecedarium Bestiarium Theater im Bahnhof / Gaststubentheater Gößnitz Operation Wolfshaut Daniel Kötter / Hannes Seidl Credit Boris Nikitin Don‘t be Yourself! Ann Liv Young Sleeping Beauty (1–2) / (3–4) Ann Liv Young Sleeping Beauty (1–4) Federico León Las Multitudes Fumiyo Ikeda / Un Yamada amness

regular reduced 24 € 14 € 18 € 12 € 8 € 18 € 12 € 18 € 12 € 18 € 12 € 18 € 12 € 8 € 18 € 12 € 16 € 8.5 € 18 € 12 € 28 € 20 € 24 € 14 € 18 € 12 €

musikprotokoll festival pass 03/10 - 06/10 musikprotokoll single ticket musikprotokoll sonic blue, innode & No Business for Dogs

70 € 18 € 8€

Live concerts Mirel Wagner & Leslie Hall / Conquering Animal Sound & K-X-P / Millennium & Barbara Morgenstern / Pascal Pinon & Anna von Hausswolff / Broken Heart Collector / Opcion, Bernhard Loibner & Didi Bruckmayr / Mecanation & The Striggles herbst exhibition Liquid Assets Camera Austria Unexpected Encounters Kunsthaus Graz Beninese Solidarity with Endangered Westerners Künstlerhaus. Halle für Kunst und Medien … What is art? … Grazer Kunstverein Dough Ashford / Trisha Brown / Sarah Browne / Germaine Kruip Long Night of Museums, Sat 05/10, 18.00 - 01.00 Forum Stadtpark Nights at the Bunker

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Education Discussions between you and the participating artists, curators and other people involved are important to us: we therefore offer introductions, artist discussions, guided tours and discussion forums, to create space for questions and criticism. The numerous workshops allow an active examination of the projects and productions at steirischer herbst. Our aim is to involve as many different sections of the public as possible in all genres of the festival. Further education & herbst days steirischer herbst warmly welcomes school classes of all ages, all scholarship holders, students, clubs and companies to busy art and culture days in Graz and will help you put together a programme and organise meetings and discussions with artists and curators. We will do our best to cater for your individual requirements. For details on all programmes, please refer to our public programme brochure, that is available free of charge on request. Markus Boxler: p +43 664 24 500 89 Hannah Ertl: p +43 664 24 500 90 education@steirischerherbst.at Education supporter Bundesministerium für Unterrricht, Kunst und Kultur Project sponsor Leder & Schuh

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Theatre / Performance / Dance Talks Following selected performances, we invite you – together with the dramaturgical team of steirischer herbst – to discuss their work with the participating artists. Theatre education programmes If requested in good time, we will be pleased to organise special introductions for groups before the performances. In addition, we offer theatre education programmes that focus specifically on the aesthetic devices of theatre and the content of the various productions.

Exhibitions Guided tours & curatorial dialogues On four Saturdays, the KUNST.WERK association offers an alternating programme of guided tours of the festival exhibitions. (See p. 37) Eight curatorial dialogues propose more detailed information on the exhibitions. For the herbst exhibition “Liquid Assets”, in addition to the scheduled guided tours (see p. 31), groups can also book guided tours and discussions specially put together for specific age groups and interests. Participation is a free service of steirischer herbst. Entrance fees, if applicable, are not included.


Film Beziehungskisten Documentary films for children and young people Our film programme specially developed for school classes takes a documentary look at the social relationships of young people. Despite the expansion of virtual networks, concrete negotiation of living and working together remains the key factor in the lives of children and adolescents. Eleven films discuss not only the ups and downs of family and friendship ties, but also socio-political questions of belonging and exclusion. With films by Calle Overweg (DE), Susanne Schulz (DE), Roger Gómez / Dani Resines (ES), Annelies de Wit (NL), Saskia Gubbels (NL), Shaheen Dill-Riaz (DE), Anna Wahle (DE), Stéphan Castang (FR), Susanna Helke (FI), Robert-Jan Lacombe (CH) & Bruno Moraes Cabral (PT) Curated by Gudrun Sommer (DE/AT) With presentations by Stephanie Lang (AT), Petra Erdmann (AT) and Roman Fasching (AT) Please refer to the education brochure for the detailed programme.

herbstlichtspiele – Young films for experienced audience Extending conventional art education projects and involving new social contexts are particularly important to us, and so this year’s steirischer herbst outreach programme will be visiting senior citizen day-care centres in Graz with topical short films. New and old conditions, new and old demands, new and old goals. Young film meets an experienced audience in this hosted film programme. Please refer to the education brochure for the detailed programme. Coffee, Cake, Cinema The artists will be attending in person the Sunday cinema afternoons, “Coffee, Cake, Cinema” and will be available for discussion after the film. (See p. 9)

Music Together with the organisers of musikprotokoll, we offer introductions to programmes and age-appropriate discussions.

In co-operation with doxs! Duisburger Filmwoche

dox&shorts – Festival films on tour in Styria “dox & shorts” is a hosted film education programme for young people that is screening in co-operation with doxs! and the Diagonale film festival from Mon 30/09 to Fri 04/10 in Styria. This is a media education programme for schools that discusses the content of the films and the film medium.

Architecture We are happy to organise discussions and tours for groups of all ages and interests, through Ex-Zollamt, this year‘s festival centre.

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Unexpected Encounters

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… What is art? …

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Jagwa Music

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H, an incident

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Economic Theory for Dummies

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Fri 27/09

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Economic Factor

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14.00 - 21.00 hoelb / hoeb

Sun 29/09

p. 8 Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Close Link

14.00 - 21.00 hoelb / hoeb

Meeting point: < rotor > p. 37

11.00

Curatorial dialogues

Sat 28/09

16.30 Tannebenstraße 2 / Peggau p. 20 Tannebenstraße 2 / Peggau p. 20 Talk following Tannebenstraße 2 / Peggau p. 20 united sorry

the forest project

16.30 united sorry

Thu 26/09


Forum Stadtpark

Nights at the Bunker

21.30 Hagemann / Heifetz p. 47

Bent Spoke Ex-Zollamt / Explosiv

p. 14

Broken Heart Collector

23.00

Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Dom im Berg

18.00 - 22.00

Rabtaldirndln & Ann Liv Young

Marzo

21.30 Dewey Dell

Dom im Berg

Double Feature Ex-Zollamt / Explosiv

Conquering Animal Sound & K-X-P

23.00

p. 21 Talk following Orpheum

p. 23

p. 22

p. 12

p. 21

p. 23 Talk following Dom im Berg

p. 23

Abecedarium Bestiarium Abecedarium Bestiarium

19.30 Antonia Baehr

19.30 Antonia Baehr

Gym Club

19.30 Massimo Furlan Talk following p. 22 Heimatsaal im Volkskundemuseum

p. 9

Heimatsaal im p. 22 Volkskundemuseum

Gym Club

19.30 Massimo Furlan

One Night Stands p. 10 Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Abecedarium Bestiarium

21.30 Antonia Baehr

p. 31 Marzo Orpheum

21.30 Dewey Dell

21.30

Tour Liquid Assets

p. 21 Heimatsaal im Volkskundemuseum

Gym Club

19.30 Massimo Furlan

p. 8 Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Economic Factor Closet Clutter

18.00 - 22.00 Modezirkus

Orpheum

Marzo

19.30 Dewey Dell

Opening Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Close Link

18.00 hoelb / hoeb


Tue 01/10

Wed 02/10

Susanne Kudielka / Kaspar Wimberley: Tableaux vivants p. 11 herbst exhibitions / opening hours from p. 31 Ann Liv Young: Sherry Truck p. 27

Mon 30/09

Fri 04/10

18.00 18.00 alien productions Opening musikprotokoll GrazMuseum

metamusic

p. 41

musikprotokoll Murinsel

Kunst im Anthropozoikum

Ö1-Kulturjournal & Spielräume Taking Things into Your Hands musikprotokoll GrazMuseum p. 47 Ex-Zollamt / Halle

16.00 - 22.00 Lisa D. with change team

p. 41

Conference Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Liaisons dangereuses

14.30 - 23.00

Watch Radio, Listen to Radio

17.10

musikprotokoll St. Andrä-Kirche

Ex Machina Dei

15.00 Robert Lepenik / Winfried Ritsch

Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Close Link

14.00 - 21.00 hoelb / hoeb

musikprotokoll Installations: sonic blue & metamusic p. 40 / 41 Patrick Hahn: Encores p. 40 Ex Machina Dei p. 41

Thu 03/10

Close Link

11.00 - 19.00

Liaisons dangereuses

Close Link

Taking Things

musikprotokoll p. 41 GrazMuseum

metamusic

18.00 alien productions

p. 10 Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Taking Things into Your Hands

16.00 - 22.00 Lisa D. with change team

p. 41

p. 10

Lecture ESC im LABOR

p. 8

p. 31

p. 9

p. 10

p. 32

I share, therefore I am

18.00

Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Tour Liquid Assets

16.00

Coffee, Cake, Cinema p. 49 musikprotokoll Ex-Zollamt / Explosiv Meeting point: Schloßbergbahn lower station p. 44

Dubai_Citytellers

14.30

p. 37 into Your Hands Ex-Zollamt / Halle

14.00 - 21.00 Lisa D. with change team

p. 8 Ex-Zollamt / Halle

14.00 - 21.00 hoelb / hoeb

p. 49

Sun 06/10

Conference p. 49 Ex-Zollamt / Halle

p. 47

Environmental Auditors

15.00

Meeting point: Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Guided tour

14.00 - 17.00

p. 8 Ex-Zollamt / Halle

14.00 - 01.00 hoelb / hoeb

Conference Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Liaisons dangereuses

11.00 - 23.00

Ö1-Klassiktreffpunkt musikprotokoll GrazMuseum

10.05

Watch Radio, Listen to Radio

Sat 05/10


generalmusikdirektion

Bent Spoke Ex-Zollamt / Explosiv

p. 14

Opcion, Bernhard innode Loibner & Didi Bruckmayr musikprotokoll

23.00

p. 31

p. 42

musikprotokoll p. 42 AK Kammersaal

Klangforum Wien

21.00

23.00

Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Tour Liquid Assets

21.30

musikprotokoll Dom im Berg

Vienna ORF Radio Symphony Orchestra

21.30 Pulsinger / Schimana

musikprotokoll Schloßbergsliftstollen

The Silbadores

20.30 Heimo Lattner

p. 24

No Business for Dogs

23.00

Double Feature Ex-Zollamt / Explosiv

Don‘t be Yourself!

20.00 Boris Nikitin

Personal Soundscapes

23.00

musikprotokoll Kunsthaus Graz / Space 04 p. 40

sonic blue

musikprotokoll p. 46 Kunsthaus Graz / Space 04 & ORF Kunstradio p. 46

p. 13

p. 40 21.30 Angélica Castelló / Heike Vester

musikprotokoll Murinsel

sonic blue

p. 26

p. 25

21.00 Angélica Castelló / Heike Vester

p. 45 Probebühne Schauspielhaus Graz

Millennium & Barbara Morgenstern

23.00

musikprotokoll AK Kammersaal

Credit

19.30 Daniel Kötter / Hannes Seidl p. 25 Talk following Orpheum

ensemble recherche & Klangwege

19.30

musikprotokoll p. 44 generalmusikdirektion

p. 43

Gasthaus Steirer / Afling p. 24

Operation Wolfshaut

Gasthof Grabenmühle / Maria Lankowitz

Operation Wolfshaut

Credit

p. 9

19.30 Daniel Kötter / Hannes Seidl

One Night Stands Ex-Zollamt / Halle

p. 43 Orpheum

20.15 Theater im Bahnhof / Gaststubentheater Gößnitz

p. 42

musikprotokoll AK Kammersaal

Trio Zebra

19.30

20.15 Theater im Bahnhof / Gaststubentheater Gößnitz

musikprotokoll Dom im Berg

Vienna ORF Radio Symphony Orchestra

19.30 Pulsinger / Schimana

Meeting point: Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien p. 37

Curatorial dialogues

19.00

18.00 - 22.00

Resanita & atelier le balto


Tue 08/10

Wed 09/10

Susanne Kudielka / Kaspar Wimberley: Tableaux vivants p. 11 herbst exhibitions / opening hours from p. 31 Ann Liv Young: Sherry Truck p. 27

Mon 07/10

Thu 10/10

18.30 Shuttle to Operation Wolfshaut Meeting point: Ex-Zollamt / Bus stop

Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Close Link

14.00 - 21.00 hoelb / hoeb

Fri 11/10

Close Link

p. 24

p. 37

p. 8

One Night Stands Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Herr Manfred & hoelb / hoeb

18.00 - 22.00

Gasthaus Neuhäusl / Hirschegg

Operation Wolfshaut

p. 9

p. 24

Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Tour Liquid Assets

16.00

Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Last Brunch

p. 7

p. 31

Sun 13/10

p. 37 12.00

15.00 Theater im Bahnhof / Gaststubentheater Gößnitz

Meeting point: ESC im LABOR

Guided tour

14.00 - 17.00

p. 8 Ex-Zollamt / Halle

14.00 - 21.00 hoelb / hoeb

Meeting point: Kunsthaus Graz

11.00

Curatorial dialogues

Sat 12/10


Talk following Probebühne Schauspielhaus Graz

Don‘t be Yourself!

20.00 Boris Nikitin

p. 26

Probebühne Schauspielhaus Graz

Don‘t be Yourself!

20.00 Boris Nikitin

p. 26

Next Liberty

p. 27

Sleeping Beauty (1–2)

19.30 Ann Liv Young

Bent Spoke Ex-Zollamt / Explosiv

Mecanations & The Striggles

23.00

Ex-Zollamt / Halle

Tour Liquid Assets

21.30

Dom im Berg

amness

19.30 Ann Liv Young

19.30 Ann Liv Young

amness

p. 29 Talk following Dom im Berg

p. 14

p. 31

p. 24

p. 29

21.30 Fumiyo Ikeda / Un Yamada

Talk following Gasthof Acham / Edelschrott

Operation Wolfshaut

p. 27

20.15 Theater im Bahnhof / Gaststubentheater Gößnitz

Talk following Next Liberty

Sleeping Beauty (3–4)

Double Feature Ex-Zollamt / Explosiv

p. 13

Further events and dates after the festival at www.steirischerherbst.at

herbst exhibition until Sun 01/12 p. 31

p. 29

Liquid Assets

Pascal Pinon & Anna von Hausswolff

23.00

Dom im Berg

amness

21.30 Fumiyo Ikeda / Un Yamada

Next Liberty

p. 27

p. 28

Sleeping Beauty (1–4)

p. 28 Talk following Helmut-List-Halle

Las Multitudes

19.30 Federico León

Las Multitudes

19.30 Federico León p. 28 Helmut-List-Halle

21.30 Fumiyo Ikeda / Un Yamada

Helmut-List-Halle

Las Multitudes

19.30 Federico León



steirischer herbst 2013 programme booklet