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Back to the Future

Remains, traces and other testimonies

“Back to the Future”: steirischer herbst 2015 takes a hard look both back and forward. The fact that the future can prove dangerous without a profound analysis of the present and the past, is made evident by a whole array of science-fiction and time-travel films such as “Metropolis”, “Terminator” and the “Back to the Future” trilogy. Their futuristic and utopian film aesthetic cuts to the core of our modern reality of life with terrifying precision. However, our cars aren’t lifting off the ground just yet, as US director Robert Zemeckis predicted in 1985. Instead, former visions of a menacing future have become part and parcel of our everyday lives: the increasing pace of all spheres of life, social developments characterised by all kinds of violence and radicalisation or scenarios of global environmental disasters that we perceived as unrealistic and exaggerated as recently as the 1980s. One common feature of many of these films is time-travelling from the future to the past, setting the course in the present to change the future for the good. Veronica Kaup-Hasler Today, time-travels, like those of Marty McFly (forecast to land in the future on 21 October 2015), still derive from a futuristic idea lying ahead of us. Anyone who wants to look and think ahead, to make themselves, as it were, compatible with the future, and, at the same time, not letting heritage deteriorate into a sentimental apparatus, must rethink the past, scrutinise, review and critically interrogate the old. steirischer herbst playfully picks up on this idea, focusing in many different ways on the notion of “inheritance” – our present is yesterday’s future. This not only involves reaching far back into the retro worlds of pop culture. Rather, current discussions concerning common cultural heritage – based on whatever definition – have long since become part of a discourse on the traditional values of western society in its dialogue with communities that work differently. What do we inherit and how do we handle this inheritance? What do we archive and what do we pass on to future generations? What must we say goodbye to? What criteria do we apply to the priorities of the future? What will today’s generation be able to leave to their children? All of these questions crop up in different forms at steirischer herbst, reflected in a wide variety of forms within the programme. 1


preface How the past and future interweave is already manifested by the central venue: the steirischer herbst festival centre, is this year based at the GrazMuseum, a location devoted to preserving and constantly reinterpreting past and present urban space. Its rooms on the ground floor are transformed into a space station by the Romebased architecture collective orizzontale. Star Trek anyone? – that magnificent fantasy of the future from the past century, with its papiermâché planets and tight-fitting stretch-fabric zip-up costumes. But there can be no science-fiction without aliens and communication with distant worlds. This question – how can we devise a language, a sign system for the future? – is the starting point of the herbst exhibition “Hall of Half-Life”, presented by New Zealand curator Tessa Giblin at the GrazMuseum. Above and beyond being an enjoyable thought experiment, this is a profoundly ecological and political question – even if you just consider how much buried nuclear waste there is that will one day, perhaps long before the end of its halflife, be discovered, posing a threat to future civilisations. And because preserving things always implies reinterpreting what already exists, Irish artist Gerard Byrne overwrites and comments on the permanent exhibition at the GrazMuseum in his own way. Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien, takes a look at artistic legacy in its retrospective of the work of Jörg Schlick, who was a colourful and central figure for visual arts in Graz and whose traces can still be found in the work of subsequent generations of artists. The exploration of the notion of inheritance is a very different one at <rotor>, with an exhibition taking a look at the link between political power and respective national historiography and myth formation. Or at Camera Austria, where the focus is on the question of a possible historiography without national interests. Talking of artistic and political legacies: the documentary theatre company Rimini Protokoll deals with Adolf Hitler’s manifesto “Mein Kampf”, which will be available to the public once again (at least in Germany) as of 2016. In addition, steirischer herbst is again travelling far and wide around Styria, laying down a number of artistic axes: in zones hit hard by migration – in the municipality of Vordernberg and in the Leoben region, for example – it is particularly evident how the shift in demographic plate tectonics caused by migration to larger cities is both a global and local phenomenon that we will have to tackle. What historical legacy is rooted in these regions and what will these places look like in fifty years’ time? How can we interpret concepts such as reusing, redimensioning or recycling? Will nature reclaim its original space and grow wild? What strategies for preserving jobs and communities are currently being tested?

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preface When Theater im Bahnhof develops a play about everyday life in Vordernberg and life within the controversial Anhaltezentrum (detention centre), then one aim is to use the devices of theatre to investigate the many different aspects of this project beyond media debates. A different mode of field research is promised by the Nesterval group, who invite visitors to take part in a kind of performative paper-chase around Vordernberg, a place steeped in history. And in Leoben, visual artist Ulla von Brandenburg transforms the disused Porubsky Halle into a space for art, appropriated and used by local and international artists; among others by the herbst conference which, under the title of “Future Perfect”, sets out to interrogate our present as a future past. This wide-ranging programme, that we can only outline here, kicks off with a premiere preceded by several years of preparation. The composer Johannes Maria Staud meets the writer Josef Winkler. Their joint work “Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen”, specially developed for steirischer herbst, is a subtle interplay of music, text and film. Not an opera, but an installation-based concert performance, that can also be related to the leitmotif of “Back to the Future” – with glimpses back to the childhood of Josef Winkler and ominous prospects of an endangered future. Talking about music and the future: musikprotokoll also takes a look back and forward with this year’s “Future Vintage” programme, for example as part of a series of vintage concerts featuring numerous electroacoustic rarities from past decades and a huge array of historical loudspeakers. Or as part of “Nixe”, a series of new sound installations on the Murinsel paying tribute to Ludwig Salvator, a connoisseur of the art of living and a researcher of the Mediterranean. The end of the festival is a danced homage by choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker to the Brian Eno song “Golden Hours” about the passing of time. Between these two artistic poles, steirischer herbst once again launches a barrage of contemporary art. As always, with a number of (world) premieres, laboratories, processes and experiments in all genres of art. We – the artists, the team, the partners of steirischer herbst – look forward to numerous experiences, encounters and events, and to an active exchange with you!

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Be inspired. Every single item in the festival programme is described here – in detail and to the best of our knowledge and belief – with indications of genre (G) and venue (V). ➜ 6-75

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Johannes Maria Staud / Josef Winkler Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen

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9 orizzontale Spin-Off 10 Phoebe Davies Influences 11 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History 12 Gerard Byrne Bright Sign 12 Big Draw Graz 13 hoelb / hoeb Close Link 13 plan b herbst Fragments

Theatre / Performance / Dance

15 Fourdummies Flash Forward 16 Mette Ingvartsen 7 Pleasures 17 Rotozaza / Ant Hampton / Silivia Mercuriali Etiquette 18 Rimini Protokoll / Helgard Haug / Daniel Wetzel Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 19 Die Rabtaldirndln Luise 37 20 Tom Struyf Vergeetstuk 21 Nesterval Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval 22 Anna Peschke Ophiopogon 23 Theater im Bahnhof Black Moonshine 24 Nature Theater of Oklahoma Life and Times – Episodes 7 - 8 - 9 25 The Loose Collective The Music of Sound 26 Mariano Pensotti / Grupo Marea Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro 27 copy & waste Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft 28 Encyclopédie de la parole / Joris Lacoste Suite n°2

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29 Friðgeir Einarsson / Kriðpleir Theatre Group Tiny Guy 30 Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas Golden Hours (As you like it) 31 Jochen Becker / Christian Hanussek / Daniel Kötter / metroZones Chinafrika. Under Construction

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33 Festival centre Hall of Half-Life 34 Forum Stadtpark Speech Acts 35 Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien Jörg Schlick 36 esc medien kunst labor What Remains 37 Grazer Kunstverein AA Bronson 38 Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten / QL-Galerie Reliqte, Reloaded 39 the smallest gallery – collaboration space An artist is an artist is an artist is a female artist 40 Haus der Architektur Free Play 41 Camera Austria To What End? 42 Kunsthaus Graz Corporate 43 < rotor > Das ist nicht meine Geschichte! 44 Radwerk III Vordernberg Saint Jude’s Leftovers 45 Porubsky Halle Leoben Wolken lösen sich in Wasser 46 ORF Landesstudio Steiermark Off the Records 47 Kunsthalle Graz Es ist so, wie es scheint 48 Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz Heritage 49 Exhibition Openings


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51 Future Perfect 52 herbst Academy 54 Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut 54 Ideenschmiede

Film 55 Retrokino 55 herbst remixed

Literature 56 Randnotizen 56 herbst. Theorie zur Praxis 2015 57 Dead or Alive 57 Modezirkus Happy Clothes Swapping

64 musikprotokoll 2015 65 Nigredo 66 Nixe 67 Reshaping Club Music 68 Pure Elektronik 69 musikprotokoll to go 70 Christian Fennesz / Jorge E. López Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra 71 Ackermann / Meier / Sánchez-Chiong 71 Teresa Carrasco Radiazione di corpo nero 72 ensemble recherche 73 Scelsi Projekt 74 Ulrich Troyer Dolomite Dub 75 Hildur Guðnadóttir / The International Nothing

Music 59 Soundtracks 62 Der Nino aus Wien / Natalie Ofenböck 63 Soundtracks / DJs

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76 Index Genres 78 Index Venues 79 Index Names

86 Service & Tickets 87 Ticket prices 88 Education 92 Venues Graz & Shuttle Services 96 Venues Styria & Shuttle Services 98 Imprint 120 Calender

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Johannes Maria Staud / Josef Winkler (AT) Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen

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[Specter of the Gardenia or the Day Will Come] herbst opening G Music / Literature / Theatre / Performance V Graz

steirischer herbst 2015 opens with an installation-based concert performance. Composer Johannes Maria Staud and poet Josef Winkler venture a contemporary music theatre experiment together with Ensemble Modern. The 2015 festival opening is another artistic venture: the composer Johannes Maria Staud meets the writer Josef Winkler. Their joint work, specially developed for steirischer herbst, is a subtle interplay of music and text. Not an opera, but an installation-based concert performance. A contemporary music theatre experiment.

“Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen” – surrealist Marcel Jean’s sculpture inspired Josef Winkler to create an unusual surrealist monologue. Formally, his text consists of three elements: litany-style invocations of an imaginary vis-à-vis alternate with retrospective views of a Catholic childhood in Carinthia and powerful plaints on contemporary society. “You petroleum society, you watchers of our tragedy, with the tattooed model of a gallows in the jumpy hollows of your knees, the plagiarised plastic roses on your threadbare wreaths, you who take the sepulchral smile at its word with the smell of fresh ink mixed with human heart blood – oily hand on heart! – how many axes does your heaven need anyway?” The Austrian Johannes Maria Staud is one of the most internationally renowned composers of his generation. In close collaboration with the Büchner Prize winner Josef Winkler he developed the composition for twenty-two instrumentalists of Ensemble Modern. The main speaking part of the evening is played by the actor Johannes Silberschneider, who has received several prizes for his numerous film and television roles, winning the Grand Diagonale Acting Award in 2012. The artistic team headed by the young director Sofia Simitzis translates the artistic montage into three dimensions, into a kind of image or world machine. Large format projections, unusual objects, light, images, and the actions of the speaker and the ensemble interweave – engaging all the senses.

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Premiere Fri 25/09 & Sat 26/09, 19.30 Helmut List Halle 90’ 24 €

German language Talk following the performance on Sat 26/09 “ensemble recherche” ➜ 72 Shuttle Service ➜ 93 Music Johannes Maria Staud Text Josef Winkler With Ensemble Modern Speaker Johannes

Silberschneider Conductor Emilio Pomàrico Direction Sofia Simitzis Set design and costumes

Inga Timm Video Heta Multanen Light Voxi Bärenklau Opening party Fri 25/09, 22.00 Helmut List Halle Admission free With DJ Kira Kirsch &

DJ Norman Palm Commissioned by steirischer herbst Project sponsor AVL Cultural Foundation

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orizzontale (IT) Spin-Off

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Festival centre at GrazMuseum G Architecture / Installation / Meeting point V Graz

The festival centre at this year’s steirischer herbst is being staged by the Italian architecture collective orizzontale as a retro-futuristic space station.

27/09 – 18/10 Wed & Thu 12.00 – 01.00, Fri & Sat 12.00 – 03.00 & Sun & Mon 12.00 – 22.00 Festival centre Admission free

In adapting the GrazMuseum as a festival centre, Italian architecture collective orizzontale are reaching for the stars: entitled “Spin-Off”, they are creating a retro-futuristic space station – command centre and bar. This intervention, that can also be seen as a metaphor, reflects the leitmotif of this year’s festival “Back to the Future”, looking both forward into a distant future and back to a time when outer space was still a place of boundless possibilities.

Opening Sat 26/09, 13.30 Festival centre Admission free

“Bright Sign” ➜ 12 “Hall of Half-Life” ➜ 33

While the enthusiasm for space travel of the 1960s and 1970s has yet to lead to the colonisation of unknown planets, NASA technologies have often revolutionised life on earth – with countless by-products and secondary uses – spin-offs: today we take digital cameras, freeze-dried food, solar cells, and water-repellent fabrics for granted as part of everyday life and, at the same time, they are legacies of the race to the moon.

By and with orizzontale (Jacopo

Ammendola, Juan Lopez Cano, Giuseppe Grant, Margherita Manfra, Nasrin Mohiti Asli, Roberto Pantaleoni & Stefano Ragazzo)

Using the museum building as orizzontale’s space (station) installation symbolises a reappraisal of the past and the future. Interactive displays show what was once seen as futuristic – with visitors able to try their hand at computer games from decades past or watch historical films from NASA’s archives. Also, a six-metre-high rocket will be positioned in the square outside the Dreifaltigkeitskirche as a temporary landmark, enabling communication from the walk-in rocket capsule with the command centre at the festival centre. And while a journey to hitherto unexplored solar systems is visualised in the GrazMuseum courtyard, inside the belly of the space station you can ponder what distant worlds may really hold in store for us over a galactic cocktail.

Herrn Manfreds Kalaschnikows Sat 17/10, 23.00 Festival centre Admission free With Manfred Goger (AT) &

Lahsen Lalej (AT) Last Brunch Sun 18/10, 12.00 Festival centre Admission free

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Phoebe Davies (GB) Influences

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G Meeting point / Discourse V Graz

Together with young women from Graz, British artist Phoebe Davies opens a temporary, feminist nail bar at the festival centre.

Premiere in the German-speaking region 26/09 – 28/09 & 01/10 – 03/10, from 14.00 Festival centre Admission free

German and English language By and with Phoebe Davies Production Sam Trotman Artistic assistance and research Andrea Günther Design Stripeland Produced by Artsadmin Supported by the National Lottery & Arts Council England In collaboration with Mafalda, tag.werk & Nail bar French Kiss

For years artist Phoebe Davies has been exploring female role models and the everyday attitude of young women to feminism and gender inequality. With total everyday pragmatism in workshops with a wide range of communities and groups. Against this backdrop “Influences” was developed as an art project and meeting place, where the focus is not just on beautiful fingernails and smart style, but also around the question of how political the pop cultural mainstream can be. For the project, Davies collaborates with young women in Graz to research social, political and personal stories, experiences and, above all, biographies of women who serve as female role models beyond Beyoncé and Pink. On the basis of their findings they will develop printed nail designs (or nailwraps). These fingernail-sized portraits will be offered at the temporary nail bar in the festival centre. During the manicure and application of the nailwraps, the women from Graz will provide information about the history and significance of the woman depicted on the particular nailwrap, but also about their own experiences and attitudes. In addition, Phoebe Davies and the participants will also run an informal salon in the nail bar’s waiting area, where they will invite guests to discussions and short talks. The project has already been realised at such renowned venues as Tate Britain, has also featured in magazines including Vogue and for the first time is being staged in the German-speaking world.

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A curated private collection of salvaged everyday history / stories G Literature / Documentary / Meeting point V Graz

Salvaged everyday stories/history and dumped knowledge – visitors can rediscover discarded memories in a private collection housed at the festival centre.

08/10 – 12/10, 13.00 – 21.00 Festival centre Admission free

Over the past three decades, Joachim Hainzl has built up an archive of dumped knowledge and discarded memories. All parts of this random collection were disposed of by their owners and salvaged, ordered and rescued from oblivion by the private collector Hainzl. There is middle-class, conservative literature alongside post-war advice booklets, blood-and-soil tomes alongside colourful magazines from the 1960s. Personal letters, photo albums, contemporary documents, and knick-knacks bring people and their history/stories back to life.

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For five days, the majority of the private collection is being transferred to the festival centre: as a personally hosted open-shelf library, as an exhibited archive in which people can browse. In readings from military letters and love letters, and in discussions visitors can immerse themselves in human fates so as to permanently inscribe these splinters of everyday history in collective memory.

By and with Joachim Hainzl Readings Thu 08/10, 18.00

The value of everyday history. An introduction to the concept of the “Recycled History” collection Fri 09/10, 18.00

“Under the shirt.” On eroticism, sexuality and gender roles Sat 10/10, 18.00

“We are hoping for a year of the most wonderful unfolding of German power” – Insights into the thoughts and feelings of a Nazi from Graz Mon 12/10, 18.00

“I deeply regret to inform you …” – the Second World War in military letters Discussion Sun 11/10, 13.00

How to document the history of migrants in Graz? Discussion with Joachim

Hainzl (AT) Otto Hochreiter (AT), Ali Özbaş (AT) & Maryam Mohammadi (IR/AT) Commissioned by steirischer herbst 62% mingle-mangle

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Gerard Byrne (IE) Bright Sign

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G Visual arts / Film / Installation V Graz

27/09 – 11/01/2016 Festival centre 27/09 – 18/10 Wed – Mon 10.00 – 17.00 5 €, Sundays admission free 22/10 – 16/01/2016 Wed – Mon 10.00 – 17.00 5€ Opening Sat 26/09, 13.30

“Spin-Off” ➜ 9 “Hall of Half-Life” ➜ 33 With Gerard Byrne (IE) Curated by

Tessa Giblin (IE/NZ)

In creating his multimedia works, Irish artist Gerard Byrne draws on a range of different sources including literature, pop culture, art history and contemporary history, selectively borrowing images and stories and viewing them by presentday standards. He analyses and works on them in order to gain an understanding of the construction of the present in general. So far he has not only considered Samuel Beckett, André Breton or Donald Judd, but also the Playboy Magazine and even the mystery of Loch Ness. steirischer herbst has moved into the GrazMuseum with its festival centre, where the permanent exhibition “360 Graz. The City in All Times” examines the history of Graz from different perspectives. Gerard Byrne has now been given carte blanche not only to engage with the permanent exhibition with its extraordinary display, but also to react to the museum’s extensive collection according to his own ideas.

Commissioned by steirischer herbst In collaboration with GrazMuseum Project supporter Culture Ireland

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G Meeting point V Graz

Sat 03/10, 13.00 – 18.00 Festival centre Admission free With Ute Baurecker (AT) &

Ulla Klopf (AT) In collaboration with Kunsthaus Graz, Bruseum, heidenspass, Verein DruckZeug, Kindermuseum FRida & freD, Galerie Kunst am Kai, Galerie Artepari, Haus der Architektur, Forum Stadtpark, GIBS, Saiko Events, Kombüse, ausreißer – Die Grazer Wandzeitung & Styrian Summer Hartberg

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Together with Kunsthaus Graz, steirischer herbst once again initiates the “Big Draw” in Graz, this time themed around the idea that “every drawing tells a story”. People of all ages are invited to take part in the “zoom in – zoom out” project at the festival centre: based on a set motif, each drawing or sketch takes off from an existing one, thus becoming part of an expansive network-style visual history. In keeping with the leitmotif, drawn legacies thus stimulate the imagination, that is then manifested on paper, continuing the storytelling outside the limits of time or space.

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The “Close Link” exhibition project by hoelb/hoeb at steirischer herbst 2013 revealed the following: the current call for inclusion results not from the axioms of modern social policy or the demands of one’s own conscience, but from the very loneliness that is imposed on us – at moments when communication is interrupted or when the perspective shifts, when we want to be perceived as being excluded. This is the “uncanny” aspect (in Freud’s sense of the word) with which Barbara Hölbling and Mario Höber’s exhibition work confronts us: in the encounter with the lack of language, disease and lameness, we experience our own vulnerability, lack of language and immobility, and a mortality that can also unite us. The “Close Link” project has now given rise to a publication that will be presented at the festival centre.

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Sun 04/10, 13.00 Festival centre Admission free

German language Discussion with Barbara

Hölbling (AT), Mario Höber (AT), Thomas Macho (AT), Anja Quickert (DE), Christian Reder (AT) et al. With text contributions by Julius Deutschbauer (AT),

Veronica Kaup-Hasler (AT), Thomas Macho (AT), Sandra Noeth (DE), Anja Quickert (DE) & Christian Reder (AT)

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If a city could tell a story of its festival … G Documentary / Meeting point V Graz

“herbst Fragments” is an Android and iPhone app that not only gives users access to more than 100 interview excerpts but also to original audio recordings concerning projects in public space that have been carried out since the foundation of steirischer herbst in Graz in 1967. The app, controlled by GPS, updates and extends the “Fortysomething” project originally devised to mark the fortieth anniversary of the festival in 2007.

App start Sat 26/09

Walking around the city, it is now possible to listen to voices from the past. At one corner the app tells of a woman walking down the road covered in a sticky mess of human hair and honey. At another, of an artist who opened his trousers and sent up rockets. And was there really a man dressed up as Hitler standing on a step-ladder in Mariahilferstraße?

Sebastian Dressler & Peter Vasil

Concept plan b (Sophia New &

Daniel Belasco Rogers) Research, interviews and editing Anna-Katharina

Laggner & Johann Puntigam App design and programming

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Fourdummies (AT) Flash Forward

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A photolab for things to come G Performance / Visual arts / Meeting point V Graz / Leoben / Vordernberg

The artist collective Fourdummies travels the land in the herbst vehicle, collecting and recording future visions of local residents and festival visitors in Graz, Leoben and Vordernberg; to be stored in a time capsule for twenty years.

Premiere Phase 1: Image prophesy Sat 26/09, from 14.00 Festival centre Admission free Sun 27/09, 14.00 – 17.00 Porubsky Halle Leoben Admission free

In a seemingly anarchic manner, Fourdummies tackles the big questions of the future: what remains, what comes and what disappears? To counter vague conjecture with something substantial, the collective is joining forces with local residents and festival visitors in Graz in the first phase of the project to develop visions and scenarios based on fears of the future and wishful notions. In the form of a photofuture montage, they are then visualised in a makeshift photo studio, allowing us to guess at the future through auspicious images. With the aid of the herbst vehicle, designed by British artist Luke Morgan, Fourdummies manoeuvres through time, space and Upper Styria, and only after each prophesy has been translated into images will the second phase of the project begin: in a ceremonial procession, the predictions will be welded into time capsules and buried in Leoben and Vordernberg. In 2035, Fourdummies will return with spades and shovels to dig up the encapsulated visions and to bring them back into the light of the real future. Back to the future or forward to the past!

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Sat 03/10 & Sun 04/10, 14.00 – 17.00 Barbarasäle Vordernberg Admission free Phase 2: Image procession Sat 10/10, 14.00 Meeting point: Porubsky Halle Leoben Admission free Sat 17/10, 13.00 Meeting point: Barbarasäle Vordernberg Admission free

German language Shuttle Service ➜ 97 Idea and concept Waltraud

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Mette Ingvartsen (DK) 7 Pleasures

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Premiere Sat 26/09, 21.30 & Sun 27/09, 19.30 Dom im Berg 90’ 18 €

Talk following the performance on Sun 27/09 Concept and choreography

Mette Ingvartsen With Sirah Foighel Brutmann, Johanna Chemnitz, Katja Dreyer, Bruno Freire, Elias Girod, Dolores Hulan, Ligia Manuela Lewis, Danny Neyman, Norbert Pape, Pontus Pettersson, Hagar Tenenbaum & Marie Ursin Replacement Ghyslaine Gau Light Minna Tiikkainen Light assistance Nadja Räikkä Sound Peter Lenaerts Dramaturgy Bojana Cvejić Technical direction Joachim Hupfer Production Kerstin Schroth Produced by Mette Ingvartsen / Great Investment Co-produced by steirischer herbst, Kaaitheater, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Festival d’Automne, Les Spectacles vivants – Centre Pompidou, Théâtre National de Bretagne, PACT Zollverein, Dansens Hus, Tanzquartier Wien, Kunstencentrum BUDA, BIT Teatergarasjen & Dansehallerne Funded by the Flemish Authorities, Hauptstadtkulturfonds (Berlin) & The Danish Arts Council A House on Fire co-production with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union

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In “7 Pleasures” by the Danish choreographer and dancer Mette Ingvartsen the audience can experience at first hand how notions of nudity and sexuality have changed over time. The idea of exploring the body – one’s own, but also someone else’s – runs like a thread through the internationally acclaimed works of Mette Ingvartsen. The political aspect of the body is always a focal point, how it is perceived and its function as a statement in itself. The focus of her latest work “7 Pleasures”, which is set to premiere at steirischer herbst, relates to different aspects of pleasure, hedonism and sensuality. As a stage collective, twelve performers execute a long, expansive movement in seven stages. They feel their way towards other bodies, their skin, testing their boundaries, engaging in unexpected constellations, and also exploring the question: how can we use the joyful potential of pleasure to disrupt images attached to nudity and sexuality? When Ingvartsen, who staged “evaporated landscapes” and “Giant City” at steirischer herbst in 2009, ventures into the sometimes uncanny realm of pleasure, it is not just about giving free rein to sensations in their search for expression. The subject also raises a number of pressing and ultimately political issues: how to celebrate other forms of pleasure than those offered by everyday life, social conventions and the norms of politically correct gender relations?

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Rotozaza / Ant Hampton / Silvia Mercuriali (GB) Etiquette

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G Performance / Meeting point V Leoben

Two people sit at a table, following stage directions through headphones – “Etiquette” is a performance in which two festival visitors meet.

Austrian premiere Sun 27/09, Fri 09/10, Sat 10/10, Sun 11/10, Fri 16/10 & Sat 17/10, 14.30 – 21.00 Porubsky Halle Leoben 30’ Admission free

Either in German or English language “Wolken lösen sich in Wasser” ➜ 45 By Ant Hampton & Silvia

Mercuriali

Equipped with two headphones and two MP3 players two people sit down at a table with props and perform a play that they don’t know, but that seems strangely familiar to them. The players become part of a production that sometimes triggers memories of scenes from film or theatre. But “Etiquette” is a performance created for and with two visitors alone. Guided by directions through their headphones, they embody a strangely fragmentary story. But is this really just a story? Does the other person hear something completely different? Why the serious looks, the sudden laughs?

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English version Produced by Paul Bennun (Somethin‘ Else) Supported by Arts Council England German version Produced by HAU Hebbel am Ufer

In 1998, British author and director Ant Hampton founded the Rotozaza performance project together with Silvia Mercuriali. Together they have since staged more than twenty productions, developing the “Autoteatro” format in which visitors become performers of their own play. They now work independently. The last Rotozaza production was “Etiquette” – with the production having been shown in more than twenty countries and translated into fourteen languages.

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Rimini Protokoll / Helgard Haug / Daniel Wetzel (DE) Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 G Theatre / Performance V Graz

Austrian premiere Thu 01/10, Fri 02/10 & Sat 03/10, 19.30 Schauspielhaus Graz 120’ 33 – 3.50 €

German language Talk following the performance on Fri 02/10 Concept, direction and text

Helgard Haug & Daniel Wetzel With Sibylla Flügge, Anna Gilsbach, Matthias Hageböck, Alon Kraus, Christian Spremberg, Volkan Türeli et al. Dramaturgy and research

Sebastian Brünger Set design and video Marc

Jungreithmeier Interaction design Grit Schuster Music Volkan T Company management

Heidrun Schlegel “herbst Academy” ➜ 51 “Geschichte im Spiegel der Kunst” ➜ 88 Produced by Kunstfest Weimar, Deutsches Nationaltheater Weimar & Rimini Apparat Co-produced by steirischer herbst, Münchner Kammerspiele, Nationaltheater Mannheim, Gessnerallee Zürich & HAU Hebbel am Ufer Supported by Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus Funded by Kulturstiftung des Bundes & Regierender Bürger­meister von Berlin – Senatskanzlei – Kulturelle Angelegenheiten

Rimini Protokoll picks up the thread of Adolf Hitler’s inflammatory pamphlet, trying to discover the reason for the mythical aura surrounding “Mein Kampf”. “Mein Kampf” by Adolf Hitler was first published in 1925/26 and had sold millions by the end of World War II. The aura of the “forbidden book” has clung to this propaganda publication for decades, causing it to exert a certain appeal even today. The copyrights managed by the Free State of Bavaria expire at the end of 2015. The debate about whether and in what form the book may be republished is already in full swing – although it is available from antiquarian bookshops and online in Austria, and indeed enjoys steady sales in many countries. What does the symbolic ban prevent? And what is really behind the mythical aura of “Mein Kampf”? What does it actually say? Does it pose a risk? In their latest production, theatre makers Helgard Haug and Daniel Wetzel set out in search of answers to these questions – in university poison cabinets, in domestic attics, or at foreign flea markets they have picked up the trace of a book that has lost none of its explosive historical and political force even today. Haug and Wetzel work under the Rimini Protokoll label in various constellations and are counted as among the most renowned theatre makers in the German-speaking world. Their works are based on extensive research and rehearsal work with experts, who will also be on stage in this project. The overall work of Rimini Protokoll was awarded the Silver Lion at the 2011 Venice Theatre Biennale.

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Die Rabtaldirndln (AT) Luise 37

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G Theatre / Performance V Hart bei Graz

The Rabtaldirndln lace up their football boots, put on shin pads and break out of the comfort zone with brute feminist force. The Rabtaldirndln come from the Rabtal, an imaginary region of Styria. The five-strong theatre collective with rural roots however, always seeks contact with the city. It doesn’t always end well – but they don’t allow themselves to become disillusioned. The setting of “Luise 37” is a prosperous locality in the immediate surroundings of Graz, in the affluent suburbs, where many young families have fulfilled their dream of owning their own home or of living in a smart residential estate – motorway connection and commuter allowance included. Luise and her husband have their own home there, too. The rural idyll near the city is not as dreamy as it appears at first sight – he commutes to the city every day, she works part-time and deals with the kids in the afternoons: baby yoga, music school, ballet and ... football. The Rabtaldirndln don their shin pads and structure their performance as a football training session: “Get out of your comfort zone!” they yell with brute feminist force as they make for the goal. “Take your life back into your own hands and don’t define yourself through your children!” While the kids are training on the football pitch, Luise takes care of the shopping and housework – and life passes her by like the commuters on the highway.

Premiere Fri 02/10, Sat 03/10, Fri 09/10 & Sat 10/10, 19.30 Kulturhalle Hart bei Graz 75’ 18 €

Includes ticket for journey to venue by public transport, to be collected at any information and ticket offices. German language Talk following the performance on Fri 09/10 Concept and realisation

Die Rabtaldirndln With Barbara Carli, Rosi Degen, Bea Dermond & Gudrun Maier Stage and set design Georg Klüver-Pfandtner Choreographic advice Milli Bitterli Dramaturgy Gerda Strobl & Georg Klüver-Pfandtner Technical direction

Nina Ortner Production Gudrun Maier

Commissioned by steirischer herbst

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Tom Struyf (BE) Vergeetstuk

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[Act to Forget]

G Theatre / Performance V Graz

Austrian premiere Fri 02/10 & Sat 03/10, 21.30 Festival centre 80‘ 8€

In a touching plea for love, the Belgian theatre-maker Tom Struyf tries to recall why his memory is failing him.

Flemish language with German surtitles Talk following the performance on Sat 03/10 By and with Tom Struyf Dramaturgy Willem de

Maeseneer Camera and editing Geert De

Vleesschauwer Produced by MARS vzw, detheatermaker Co-produced by kultuurfaktorij Monti

In his “Act to Forget”, the young Fleming Tom Struyf finds an old photo in a drawer. The only thing is, he cannot remember the occasion or the people standing next to him in the photo. He sees himself in a suit standing next to a woman in a wedding dress. Did he get married? Because he has absolutely no recollection, he wants to find out why his brain’s capacity to remember is letting him down so badly – moreover this is not the first time that his memory has failed. In conversations with a neurosurgeon, a past-life regression therapist, a philosopher, a psychologist, a Tai Chi teacher, and his own grandmother he tries to get to the bottom of it. Only when he is high up in the Swiss mountains it finally dawns on him why he is so forgetful.

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The young Belgian theatre-maker Tom Struyf works at the intersection of theatre, lecture and performance. With blunt sincerity and astonishing charm, Struyf tries to portray how our thoughts determine our actions – developing a touching appeal for love.

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Nesterval (AT) Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval

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[The Return of Eleonore Nesterval] G Theatre / Performance V Vordernberg

A dark secret casts a shadow over Vordernberg. In an adventure game, the aim is to bring to light the mystery of its lost daughter. Vordernberg is a little village with a big history, but also any number of little histories. One day a rumour begins to spread: Eleonore is coming back. It is a long time ago that Eleonore Nesterval was last here. Even if the locals have chosen to forget, things happened back then that Eleonore’s return is bringing back to the present. The village and, above all, the participants in the interactive performance adventure find themselves confronted with a dark secret from the past. There’s a debt to pay and Eleonore Nesterval wants revenge. In a world between fiction and reality, with curious characters and extraordinarily ordinary settings, the visitors experience the cracked idyll of this once so wealthy place. They become adventurers, embarking on a roughly three-hour chase to unravel the mystery of the village’s lost daughter. The Austrian performance and game concept “Nesterval – An Adventure in the City” allows visitors to experience public space and hidden sites, thus enabling a new view of a familiar setting. In an interplay of performance, social interaction and classical methods of play, participants are immersed in the social and cultural everyday life of the village, becoming protagonists of their own adventure.

Premiere Sat 03/10, Sun 04/10, Fri 16/10 & Sat 17/10, 14.30 Hauptplatz Vordernberg 180’ 18 €

German language The performance takes place in all weather. Warm, rainproof clothing and good shoes are recommended. Shuttle Service ➜ 97 Concept Nesterval Direction Herr Finnland With Alexandra Desmond,

Maggo Gorfer, Laura Hermann, Romi Hrubeš, Dutzi Ijsenhower, Denise Kottlett, Alkis Vlassakakis et al. Dramaturgy Herr Walanka Script Frau Löfberg Direction assistance Roman Schneeberger Costumes and make-up House of Butter – Gerhard Prügger Graphics Der Trafikant. Handel mit Gestaltung Commissioned by steirischer herbst

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Anna Peschke (DE) Ophiopogon

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G Installation / Performance V Vordernberg

In a wishful internal world full of plants and grasses, artist Anna Peschke offers protection from the outside world, inviting visitors to linger.

Sat 03/10 & Sun 04/10, Fri 16/10 & Sat 17/10, 16.00 – 20.00 Raithaus Vordernberg Admission free

Randnotizen ➜ 56 Shuttle Service ➜ 97 Direction and scenography

Anna Peschke Production assistance Uwe

Lehr Commissioned by steirischer herbst

The Raithaus in Vordernberg was built in 1840 to house the newly founded Montanuniversität. Just a few years after opening, however, the university was enlarged and relocated to Leoben. The impressive building in Vordernberg and the adjoining garden remained – and still exist today. The young German artist Anna Peschke focuses on this place not by way of its widely recounted history, but by way of its emptiness. On the first floor of the building – that affords a wonderful view of the garden – she creates “Ophiopogon”, a little universe with its own rules and laws that invites visitors to stay a while, to lie down on beds of grass, or to slow down the pace of life whilst leafing through herbaria. It is a berylgreen internal world full of plants and grasses, a wistful and out of this world place.

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Theater im Bahnhof (AT) Black Moonshine

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The essence of freedom

G Theatre / Performance V Vordernberg

Graz-based Theater im Bahnhof tells the story of a community in which a detention centre and a distillery change the lives of the inhabitants. A hundred years ago, a flat in the Upper Styrian municipality of Vordernberg was more expensive than on Vienna’s Ringstraße. As recently as seventy years ago, the municipality was one of Austria’s wealthiest. Today, postindustrial Vordernberg has been hit by migration. But there are people who oppose the forecast demise. In this valley, in which the sun only ever shines briefly, lies the most beautiful prison ever built. The new Anhaltezentrum (detention centre) stands as a symbol of departure into a promising future. It is good for the detainees, the security personnel, the private sector, and tax revenue. In fact, this prison isn’t a prison at all, but merely a place of transit where people wait to be released into a new life. Can’t Austria be better for once than the industrious Scandinavian countries that usually have the most beautiful showcase projects? In the light of this prison, Theater im Bahnhof tells a story of entrepreneurship in its most original form. Someone comes to the municipality and starts up an illicit distillery, the 500 euro settlement incentive is the starting capital. Business is soon booming, after all the schnapps is delicious – and gradually love and admiration begin to grow for the place and the personal stories of its residents.

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Premiere Sat 03/10 & Sun 04/10, Fri 16/10 & Sat 17/10, 19.30 Barbarasäle Vordernberg 90’ 18 €

German language Talk following the performance on Fri 16/10 Shuttle Service ➜ 97 By and with Jacob Banigan, Ed.

Hauswirth, Johanna Hierzegger, Gabriela Hiti, Eva Maria Hofer, Markus Klengel, Helmut Köpping, Rupert M. Lehofer & Christina Helena Romirer Commissioned by steirischer herbst Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Theater im Bahnhof

The Last Dance Sat 17/10, 21.00 Gasthof Schwarzer Adler Vordernberg Admission free

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Nature Theater of Oklahoma (US) Life and Times – Episodes 7 - 8 - 9 G Film / Performance V Graz

Premiere Sun 04/10, 16.00 Schubertkino 300’ with interval 18 €

The performance collective Nature Theater of Oklahoma has switched to film for the three new episodes of their long-term genre-bending project “Life and Times”.

English language Direction, concept and screenplay Kelly Copper &

Pavol Liska From telephone conversations with Kristin Worrall With Ilan Bachrach, Asli Bulbul,

Elisabeth Conner Skaervold, Kelly Copper, Gabel Eiben, Daniel Gower, Robert M. Johanson, Dany Naierman, Peter Nigrini, Kristin Worrall et al. Production Dany Naierman Camera and design Peter Nigrini Music Daniel Gower & Robert M. Johanson Produced by Nature Theater of Oklahoma Episode 7: Commissioned by and residence with Live Arts Bard at the Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College Supported by King’s Fountain Episode 8: Residence with Live Arts Bard at the Richard B. Fischer Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College Supported by Fondation d‘entreprise Hermès / New Settings Episode 9: Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Nature Theater of Oklahoma

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A new era has dawned in the work of the Nature Theater of Oklahoma: although the New York Off-Off-Broadway company headed by Kelly Copper and Pavol Liska are present at this unique gala evening, the focus is on three film premieres. It all began on stage, with the life story of one of the company’s members, Kristin Worrall, transcribed from a sixteen-hour phone conversation which served as the foundation. We can now look forward to an evening, a grand narrative, a company, and three very different films. Some with a local reference even – Episode 9 is a zany gangsta rap video shot on roller-skates at last year’s steirischer herbst in Graz. But before we get there, Episode 7 has to take its course: the company works within the conventions of old blackand-white Hollywood films, paying formal obeisance to Orson Welles’ film classic “Citizen Kane” as they restage the recorded life story in a completely different way – with nine actors playing the parts of more than one hundred characters. This episode also gives a newsreel-style recap of events so far. Episode 8 is a visually impressive flick in the style of an early Cinemascope colour movie shot in the area around NYC and the Hudson River Valley. Sung throughout, the film once more develops new perspectives of Kristin’s life story. The whole thing comes to an equally unusual close – with Episode 9 condensing five years in the life of the protagonist into just seventeen minutes in the style of a rap video.


The Loose Collective (AT) The Music of Sound

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G Performance / Dance V Graz

The film “The Sound of Music” is a source of inspiration for the Styrian-international artist formation The Loose Collective to reflect on national identity and belonging.

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When it comes to safeguarding international competitiveness, agencies are commissioned today to develop a marketable image for a country and its people. The so-called process of nation branding attempts to cram it all into an identity habitat devised on the drawing-board. “The Sound of Music” counts among the most successful films in cinema history. For the past fifty years, the story of the Trapp family has unintentionally been contributing to Austria’s worldwide nation branding. With numerous references to the Austrian and German Heimatfilm, this US American musical film has propagated romantic notions of Austria, presenting green mountain pastures, aristocratic architecture and charming children making music under the guidance of a singing nun. Largely unknown in Austria, “The Sound of Music” transports a kitschy and easily recognisable image of the country to the world. Against this backdrop of ideas, The Loose Collective assumes a postnational stance, throwing together text samples, choreographies, technicolor images, songs and souvenirs to create a complex patchwork piece. Caught in the treacherous chasm between representation and selfperception, the fundamental question that arises is: what is a nation anyway? And why should we accept an artificial, arbitrarily imposed identity when we find it embarrassing or alienating?

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Thu 08/10, 19.30 & Sat 10/10, 21.30 Dom im Berg 75’ 18 €

German and English language Talk following the performance on Sat 10/10 Concept, music and performance Guenther Berger,

Alex Deutinger, Alexander Gottfarb, Hanna Hollmann, Thomas Kasebacher, Anna Maria Nowak, Marta Navaridas, Stephan Sperlich & Teresa Vittucci Light Roman Streuselberger Sound Stefan Ehgartner Costumes Hanna Hollmann Co-produced by steirischer herbst, tanzquartier Wien, Kunstverein Archipelago & Performanceinitiative 22 Supported by D.ID. dance-identity Burgenland, La Briqueterie, CDC du Val-de-Marne, Bundeskanzleramt Österreich, MA 7 – Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien, Stadt Graz Kultur & Kultur Land Steiermark

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Mariano Pensotti / Grupo Marea (AR) Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro [When I Get Back Home, I’ll Be Another One] G Theatre / Performance V Graz

Austrian premiere Fri 09/10 & Sat 10/10, 19.30 MUMUTH 80‘ 18 €

In his latest piece, internationally renowned Argentinian author and director Mariano Pensotti combines stories about people caught up in their past.

Spanish language with German surtitles Talk following the performance on Sat 10/10 Text and direction Mariano

Pensotti With Santiago Gobernori, Mauricio Minetti, Andrea Nussembaum, Agustín Rittano & Julieta Vallina Set design Mariana Tirantte Music Diego Vainer Light Alejandro Le Roux Production Florencia Wasser Stage assistance Carlos Etchevers & Manuel Guirao Produced by Grupo Marea Co-produced by Cultural San Martín, Festival Internacional de Buenos Aires, Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Festival D’Avignon, Festival Theaterformen, Mousonturm, HAU Hebbel Am Ufer Berlin, Maison des Arts Scène Nationale de Créteil et du Val-de-Marne & Theatre Nanterre Amandiers

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What happens when we suddenly get torn out of the here and now and have to face something that happened long ago? “Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro” is a piece by the superb story-teller Mariano Pensotti about people haunted by the past, forced to realise that they have become someone different over the course of time. The whole thing is based on a true story: an Argentinian revolutionary who buried incriminating objects at the end of the 70s. After the end of the military dictatorship, he can no longer find them, and they only reappear unexpectedly years later, confronting the one-time revolutionary with his past. Against this backdrop, Pensotti connects three illustrious biographies – a former theatre director tries to restage his only successful play, a political campaign adds a twist to the life of a musician and an unsuccessful politician reinvents himself. To stage these identity crises Pensotti deploys narrative techniques of cinema alongside an unusual stage structure. The Argentinian staged Johannes Schrettle’s short play “no one’s colleague” at steirischer herbst in 2008, in 2010 he premiered the “Encyclopedia of unlived life”. An insider’s tip back then, today he is internationally sought after. This year, for the first time, he brings his own new play to Graz with the actors of the Grupo Marea.


copy & waste (DE) Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft

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G Theatre / Performance / Meeting point V Graz

copy & waste puts up a concept store in the middle of Graz. The aim is not only to spotlight the topic of gentrification, but also to allow time travel so as to shape the city of tomorrow.

Austrian premiere 14/10 – 17/10, 19.30 tag.werk 90’ 18 €

The story should be familiar: in “Back to the Future Part II”, teenager Marty McFly travels into the future, ending up in the year 2015, where he not only comes across holograms, flying skateboards and his thirty-year-older self, even Hill Valley looks completely different as well. While the real 2015 is not quite as futuristic, cities have still changed dramatically. Some districts have been impoverished, others greatly enhanced as a result of gentrification – first come artists and studios, then students and feel-good cafés and finally high-earners and boutiques. A process that takes place in ever shorter periods of time.

German and English language Talk following the performance on Thu 15/10 By and with Jörg Albrecht,

Daniel Brunet, Lisa Flachmeyer, Roman Hagenbrock, Steffen Klewar, Laura Landergott, Caspar Pichner & Daniel Sauermilch Production ehrliche arbeit – freies Kulturbüro Cupcakes & Time Travel 14/10 – 17/10, 15.00 – 19.00 tag.werk Admission free

copy & waste is putting up a concept store in the middle of Graz, too. At “Cupcakes & Time Travel” you can wine and dine during the day in a “Back to the Future” setting. When it gets dark, the store also offers time travel – like McFly, visitors can nip off into the past or into the future, as they choose: to prevent certain things from happening – or to make them happen. What do we have to change in the past or bring back to the present from the future to stop things from being the way they are? How would you change the district that is home to the concept store? What kind of city do we want anyway? And what will never change, no matter what we do?

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Encyclopédie de la parole / Joris Lacoste (FR) Suite n°2 G Performance V Graz

Premiere in the German-speaking region Thu 15/10, 19.30 & Fri 16/10, 21.30 Orpheum 90’ 18 €

French theatre-maker Joris Lacoste translates language playfully and humorously into music to put a different perspective on our everyday communication.

Several languages with English surtitles Talk following the performance on Fri 16/10 Concept Encyclopédie de la

parole Composition and direction

Joris Lacoste Music Pierre-Yves Macé With Vladimir Kudryavtsev, Emmanuelle Lafon, Nuno Lucas, Barbara Matijevic & Olivier Normand Light, video and technical management Florian Leduc Sound Stéphane Leclercq Production Dominique

Bouchot, Judith Martin & Marc Pérennès Produced by Echelle 1:1 (subsidised by Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication / DRAC Île-de-France) Co-produced by steirischer herbst, T2G Théâtre de Gennevilliers / Festival d’Automne à Paris, Asian Culture Complex - Asian Arts Theater Gwangju, Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Théâtre VidyLausanne, Théâtre Agora-Seinendan, La Villette - résidences d’artistes 2015 & Théâtre national de Bordeaux en Aquitaine Supported by Institut Français Co-presented by NXTSTP, with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union

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How can you put a sound archive on stage? Joris Lacoste began by sifting through his extensive audio collection for interesting material: news items, interviews, sound poems, sports news and political speeches. He then proceeded to process these items not only by playing with language, but also musically and rhythmically – finally creating “Suite n°2”, a kind of theatre for listening. The Encyclopédie de la parole group founded by the French theatre-maker Joris Lacoste, a collective of artists from different genres, commenced the ambitious cycle of “Suites Chorales” in 2013 with the aim of exploring language and, at the same time, of translating it into music. Whereas Suite n°1 – “ABC” – was a choral oeuvre dealing with speech as such, be it political or literary, in “Suite n°2” five performers make up a virtuoso polyphonic choir to present forms of expressing language in the form of chamber music. The focus is on speeches that can be considered as acts. Words that invoke, promise, declare or poison love, that may even spark off wars and be deadly. In collaboration with the composer Pierre-Yves Macé, Joris Lacoste creates a polyphonic text consisting of more than fifteen languages, a text that you may not always understand, but that is incredibly entertaining and allows us to hear language in totally new ways.

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Friðgeir Einarsson / Kriðpleir Theatre Group (IS) Tiny Guy

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G Performance V Graz

With a mischievous lecture performance, the Icelandic Kriðpleir Theatre Group reveals astonishing insights into the control mechanisms of the human brain. Imagine strolling around with no particular goal. You suddenly find yourself in a shopping centre. Was that really your intention? And then there you are at the checkout with a piece of cake. And you weren’t even thinking of sweets. It’s all Tiny Guy’s fault. While you are still lost in thought, he has already forced you to pull out your credit card and pay. Who is he? With a humorous lecture performance oscillating between anarchy, sitcom and Samuel Beckett, the versatile Icelandic theatre-maker Friðgeir Einarsson and his fellow performers set out to unearth the drive of human action. For Tiny Guy is our true master and a synonym for the extremely complex system controlling the brain and the unconscious. Now it’s time to reveal the truth about him. Following in-depth research into the human brain, Einarsson has arrived at the conclusion that humanity is only being battered by global warming and wars because they have nothing to resist Tiny Guy with. Einarsson and his Kriðpleir Theatre Group founded in 2012 have staged three productions so far and now set out to educate people at steirischer herbst as to how our brain really works and how we can regain control over our thoughts and wishes.

Premiere in the German-speaking region Thu 15/10 & Sat 17/10, 21.30 Dom im Berg 75’ 18 €

English language Talk following the performance on Sat 17/10 Randnotizen ➜ 56 Concept Friðgeir Einarsson With Friðgeir Einarsson,

Ragnar Ísleifur Bragason & Árni Vilhjálmsson Text Friðgeir Einarsson & Bjarni Jónsson Dramaturgy Bjarni Jónsson Produced by LÓKAL - International Theatre Festival Reykjavík & Kriðpleir Theatre Group

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Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas (BE) Golden Hours (As you like it) G Dance / Performance V Graz

Premiere in the German-speaking region Fri 16/10 & Sat 17/10, 19.30 Helmut List Halle 140’ 24 €

Talk following the performance on Sat 17/10 Choreography Anne Teresa De

Keersmaeker With Aron Blom, Linda Blomqvist, Tale Dolven, Carlos Garbin, Tarek Halaby, Mikko Hyvönen, Veli Lehtovaara, Sandra Ortega Bejarano, Elizaveta Penkova, Georgia Vardarou & Sue-Yeon Youn Music Brian Eno “Another Green World” (1975) Arrangements Carlos Garbin Artistic advice Ann Veronica Janssens Dramaturgical advice

Bojana Cvejić Light Luc Schaltin Costumes Anne-Catherine Kunz Artistic coordination and planning Anne Van Aerschot Technical direction Joris Erven Sound Alexandre Fostier Produced by Rosas Co-produced by steirischer herbst, De Munt / La Monnaie, Kaaitheater, Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg, Théâtre de la Ville, Sadler’s Wells, Opéra de Lille, Ruhrtriennale, Concertgebouw Brugge & Festival Montpellier Danse 2015 Supported by the Belgian Embassy – General Representation of the Government of Flanders Project sponsor AVL Cultural Foundation

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Belgian Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker is one of the most influential choreographers of our time. Brian Eno and William Shakespeare have now inspired her to explore the phenomenon of transience. In the thirty-five years of her work, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker has constantly embarked on new avenues with her Rosas company, setting out to create a high-tension relationship between dance and music. Her choice of music is as precise as it is varied – ranging from early Ars subtilior music, as in “Cesena” which opened steirischer herbst 2011, to works dealings with icons of pop music. In her new piece, “Golden Hours (As you like it)”, she sets out in search of the elusory phenomenon of time and transience. Her inspiration was a song by Brian Eno, pioneer of ambient music. “Golden Hours” opens with the words “The Passage of Time”, a central song from the album “Another Green World” (1975), Eno’s last rock record before setting out for new horizons. This and other songs run like a thread through Keersmaeker’s wondrously iridescent, ironically and gently ruptured world dominated by intensity and sensuousness. Another source of inspiration is William Shakespeare’s fairy-tale comedy “As You Like It”, in which two lovers flee court intrigue to the golden world of the Forest of Arden. De Keersmaeker translates the English poet’s linguistic rhythm and poetical imagery into dance and motion. Eleven young dancers walk the thin line between formal abstraction and concrete gesture in the setting of an enchanted world, brought back to the here and now by Eno’s songs, in search of the time of golden hours.

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Jochen Becker / Christian Hanussek / Daniel Kötter / metroZones (DE) Chinafrika. Under Construction

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G Performance / Film / Discourse V Graz

Investigations of the traces of cultural and economical exchange between China and Africa, in which Europe long ago ceased to be actively involved. Economic and political relations between the People’s Republic of China and numerous countries on the African continent have intensified greatly over the past two decades. The economic and geopolitical consequences of this development have been a topic of international discussion for some time. However, the cultural concomitants have been largely ignored. The curators and theorists Christian Hanussek and Jochen Becker have joined the experimental film-maker Daniel Kötter, whose work “Kredit” premiered at steirischer herbst in 2013, to visit cultural transfer sites between China and Africa to conduct field research.

Fri 16/10, 21.30 Festival centre 60’ Admission free

German language Concept Jochen Becker, Christian

Hanussek & Daniel Kötter With Jochen Becker & Daniel Kötter With support from TURN & Goethe-Institut Lagos

In their show they present initial research findings, theories, anecdotes and video works from Lubumbashi or Lagos, examining “Chinafrican” activity in the Copper Belt, in the frontier region of Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo and reporting on the markets of Hong Kong or around Johannesburg. The view of Chinese miners in Chingola or African street food vendors on Baohan Zhijie, the “African Street” in Guangzhou, round off the survey of a global process that will also fundamentally change the cultural imagination of Europe.

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Hall of Half-Life

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G Visual arts V Graz

We are surrounded by testimonies of the past. Against the foil of these legacies, the herbst exhibition drafts an archaeology of the future. Buried deep in the ground, nuclear waste will remain radioactive for thousands of years to come. Will future generations recognise today’s nuclear waste disposal sites for what they are? What materials and messages could survive even if exposed to changing times and the evolution of life? Today testimonies of the past often pose conundrums, with natural and man-made objects accruing meaning which is both evidenced and imagined, that reflects the changing knowledge and ideologies of human populations. “Hall of Half-Life” confronts us with an evolution of forms, meaning and language, presenting artworks in the maelstrom of a changing current of planetary and geological impact, whose force can only be imagined in the nascent Anthropocene age. The majority of the works on show were specially commissioned, with the artists digging for the bones of the past, envisioning the erstwhile coral reefs on which modern-day Graz stands, listening to the stories linked to supposedly banal everyday objects, or inspecting ancient relics and even bog bodies. “Hall of Half-Life” explores the terrain of those marks, carriers of meaning, monuments, ruins and wastelands that can be seen as inscriptions of the modern age.

herbst exhibition 27/09 – 11/01/2016 Festival centre 27/09 – 18/10 Wed – Mon 10.00 – 21.00 5 €, Sundays admission free 22/10 – 11/01/2016 Wed – Mon 10.00 – 17.00 5€ Opening Sat 26/09, 13.30

Tours ➜ 89 “Spin-Off” ➜ 9 “Saint Jude’s Leftovers” ➜ 44 “Future Perfect” ➜ 51 herbst Academy ➜ 52 Long Night of Museums ➜ 87 Talking Art ➜ 89 “Worte finden” ➜ 90 Guided Tours ➜ 90 Shuttle Service ➜ 93 With Lara Almarcegui (NL/ES),

Mikala Dwyer (AU), Geoffrey Farmer (CA), Peter Galison (US) & Robb Moss (US), Sam Keogh (IE), Lonnie van Brummelen (NL) & Siebren de Haan (NL) et al. Curated by Tessa Giblin (IE/NZ) Commissioned by steirischer herbst

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Speech Acts

On speaking as political action G Visual arts V Graz

26/09 – 18/10 Forum Stadtpark Tue – Sun 11.00 – 18.00 Admission free Opening Sat 26/09, 10.00

Talking Art ➜ 89 Guided Tours ➜ 90 With Michael Baers (US), Ricarda

Denzer (AT), Sharon Hayes (US) & Elske Rosenfeld (DE) Curated by Georgia Holz (AT) Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Forum Stadtpark

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Great protests write history. But politics happens in personal conversations or discussions, too. How can we preserve the immediacy of such events? The focus of “Speech Acts” is not on the mass democratic phenomena of recent years, for instance political protests or revolutionary speeches. Instead, it is on personal conversations and interviews in which a political stance is manifested. The artistic contributions reflect speaking and listening, encounter and perception – the aim is to make legible the immediacy of political thought and action, that is not always readily apparent. The exhibition takes off from Hannah Arendt’s paradigm of “action” as one of three basic human activities. Unlike “work” and “fabrication”, Arendt sees “action” as interaction that directs individual coexistence so as to reveal the uniqueness, difference and plurality of human beings. Action is thus constitutive of the political, essentially consisting of speaking, communicating and exchanging information. For Arendt, “finding the right word at the right moment” is in itself action. What strategies of artistic translation can make such actions and the immediacy of language tangible without following conventional documentarisms or hegemonic historiography?


Jörg Schlick

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G Visual arts V Graz

The universal Styrian artist Jörg Schlick died ten years ago. Künstlerhaus dedicates a broad retrospective show to his artistic legacy.

26/09 – 22/11 Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien Tue – Sun 10.00 – 18.00 & Thu 10.00 – 20.00 4€

To mark the upcoming tenth anniversary of the death of Jörg Schlick (1951–2005) Künstlerhaus focuses on his overwhelming amount of work. Schlick was one of the most prolific Styrian artists of international standing. He was an author, conceptual artist, musician, painter, short-film director, video and performance artist, ballet choreographer, and set designer. He engaged in his intelligent play with all forms of artistic expression with the media resources available to him at the time and a marked creative instinct for potentials of appropriation and controversies.

Opening Sat 26/09, 11.00

Talking Art ➜ 89 Guided Tours ➜ 90 Curated by Sandro Droschl (AT)

& Christian Egger (AT) Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien

This broad, extensive and retrospective show sets out to concentrate samples of all phases of Schlick’s multimedia work and to examine the legend and oeuvre of this indomitable conceptual artist from the perspective of current artistic questions. In addition, the retrospective draws on a plethora of works that were for a long time inaccessible and is accompanied by a comprehensive publication containing the first catalogue of the artist’s works. As part of the accompanying programme of events, not only will companions and contemporaries be speaking, but members of the younger generation will also reflect on the life and work of Jörg Schlick.

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What Remains

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Strategies of saving and deleting G Visual arts V Graz

Seemingly infinite volumes of data are waiting to be discovered by the researchers of a distant future. But what will actually remain for them to read?

26/09 – 18/10 esc medien kunst labor Tue – Sun 12.00 – 19.00 & by appointment Admission free

What will convey an appropriate image of our current culture in the distant future? When today’s data carriers are unearthed by archaeological excavations, it is doubtful whether the information they contain will be readable and understandable. Will scrapped hardware one day perhaps bear witness to us?

20/10 – 27/11 Tue – Fri 14.00 – 19.00 & by appointment Admission free

Our society produces vast quantities of data, that we can archive neither completely, nor permanently. Nevertheless, we are constantly feeding more and more information into ever new bodies of data. Metaphorical constructions such as the Cloud promise to make things easier, we seem to be transferring responsibility for storing our digital excesses to an endless space. In fact, innumerable IT centres are also constantly adding to CO2 emissions. One trait of current culture will not escape the notice of future researchers – information fetishism. But what exactly is it that we want to preserve? Why are we so obsessed with leaving behind evidence of our activity to future generations? “What Remains” sets out to look into these questions.

Opening Sat 26/09, 12.00

Talking Art ➜ 89 Guided Tours ➜ 90 Workshop Thu 08/10, 14.00 – 17.30

Credible fictions – deceptive realities Artist talk Thu 08/10, 19.00

Anti-fraud activism as artistic practice With Kairus Collective (FI)

English language Registration until Thu 01/10: esc@mur.at With Kairus Collective – Linda

Kronman (FI) & Andreas Zingerle (AT), Michaela Lakova (BG), La Société Anonyme (Dušan Barok, Danny van der Kleij, Aymeric Mansoux & Marloes de Valk) (NL) & Fränk Zimmer (AT/LU) Co-produced by steirischer herbst, esc medien kunst labor & kunst@werk

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AA Bronson

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G Visual arts V Graz

Canadian artist, publisher and healer AA Bronson translates the legacy of shamanistic traditions into a largescale communal project, making for more spirituality.

26/09 – 29/11 Grazer Kunstverein Wed – Sun 11.00 – 18.00 3.50 € Opening Sat 26/09, 12.30

Talking Art ➜ 89 Guided Tours ➜ 90 With AA Bronson (CA) et al. Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Grazer Kunstverein

Grazer and Salzburger Kunstverein have invited AA Bronson (born 1946, Vancouver) to develop a major project at both institutions at the same time. The aim is to rediscover and link alternative, avant-garde art practices – for instance occult or queer spiritualism – in the context of contemporary art. AA Bronson is often regarded as the godfather of an art practice in which the focus is on the significance of the collective. As a founder (and only surviving) member of the General Idea group (1967–1994), his art was for a long time dominated by political topics such as gay rights or AIDS. He has always attached great importance to working not only in the collective, but also with artists from a wide range of disciplines. Bronson recently introduced spiritual practice as a key factor into his work. At this show he assumes the role of shaman, working together with young, above all queer artists, thinkers and performers on an extensive performance and representation of his hybrid art practice between spiritualism and communal practices.

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Reliqte, Reloaded

On the legacy of christian image worlds today G Visual arts V Graz

26/09 – 17/01/2016 Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten Tue – Fri 10.00 – 17.00 & Sat & Sun 11.00 – 17.00 5€ Opening Sat 26/09, 15.00 QL-Galerie Mon – Sun 9.00 – 20.00 Admission free

Talking Art ➜ 89 Guided Tours ➜ 90  With Siegfried Anzinger (AT/DE), Anna & Bernhard Blume (DE), Gor Chahal (RU), Dorothee Golz (DE/AT), Hermann Glettler (AT), Thomas Henke / Joachim Hake (DE), Edgar Honetschläger (AT), Lena Knilli (AT), Zenita Komad (AT), Nina Kovacheva (BG), Julia Krahn (IT), Alois Neuhold (AT), Adrian Paci (AL/IT), Werner Reiterer (AT), Keiko Sadakane (JP), Michael Triegel (DE), Norbert Trummer (AT), Claudia Schink (DE), Lidwien van de Ven (NL), Matta Wagnest (AT), Eduard Winklhofer (DE/AT), Daniel Amin Zaman (AT) et al. Curated by Alois Kölbl (AT) & Johannes Rauchenberger (AT) Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten

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Rarely before has it been so hard to discuss religion. What is the situation in terms of how we deal with the legacy of a visual culture defined by Christianity? What remains of the religious world of images that for centuries dominated Europe? For a long time, relics of this legacy were found above all in contexts of pop culture, very much though in the field of music. Meanwhile the subject of Christian iconography and motifs is regarded as passé, outgrown or – beyond ironical treatment – at least as impossible to lend form to. It would seem that no serious discussion takes place outside of the academic or theological world. The public sphere tends to dodge the subject of religion, narrowing it down to fundamentalism, at best drawing on the general concept of spirituality or even pushing this legacy on to the sidelines of history. Yet different and new forms of artistic analysis of this rich bedrock have once again begun to emerge in recent years. The question is thus what motivates these artists to re-examine these relics from the basement of history. In the “Reliqte, Reloaded” exhibition, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten joins QL-Galerie to examine this phenomenon, asking about the failure to enrich the current debate on religion with the relics, traces and legacies of European, Christian culture.


An artist is an artist is an artist is a female artist

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G Visual arts V Graz

Austrian artist Maria Anwander intervenes in art history with the aim of bringing about a feminist redistribution of attention, success and fame. In her works, Maria Anwander often takes a feminist view of art history, investigating its protagonists and the unequal distribution of attention, success and fame. For centuries men have dominated the art world and its perception, while female artists feature only rarely or as minor figures. A fact that persists to this day – with female artists still underrepresented in major museums and exhibitions. Exhibition activities and the art market are still defined by male actors resolutely defending their province. This is the starting point for Anwander’s work, commenting ironically on the art industry, above all with regard to the situation of her female colleagues. Unashamedly, she adapts the legacy of world-famous artists so as to place it in a new, feminist context. Not without humour, she thus intervenes in art history, eliminating virile aspects in order to make room for a future generation of female artists.

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26/09 – 30/11 the smallest gallery – collaboration space Mon – Sun 00.00 – 24.00 Admission free Opening Sat 26/09, 16.00

Talking Art ➜ 89 Guided Tours ➜ 90 With Maria Anwander (AT) Curated by Clemens Mair (AT) &

Karin Oberhuber (AT) Co-produced by steirischer herbst & the smallest gallery – collaboration space

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Free Play G Visual arts / Architecture V Graz

26/09 – 13/11 Haus der Architektur Tue – Sun 10.00 – 18.00 Admission free Opening Sat 26/09, 16.30

Talking Art ➜ 89 Guided Tours ➜ 90 Curated by Gabu Heindl (AT)

in collaboration with Gabriela Burkhalter (CH), Willi Dorner / Lisa Rastl (AT), ibini (AT) & Liane Lefaivre / Isben Önen (FR/AT) Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Haus der Architektur

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In times of neoliberal urban development, the question that arises is: when and where is time and space in public space for play – and for whom? In addition to living and working, the modern division of space comprised equally of leisure – accordingly, spaces for play were planned in a functionalist, rationalising form. To this day, fenced-in playgrounds, sports cages and decentralised leisure areas are part of the cultural heritage of Fordist, modernist urban planning, while the welfare state’s promise of the post-war period is gradually disappearing. Starting out from the concept of play, “Free Play” comes to focus on urban playing spaces for old and young, public spaces and pieces of fallow land that have survived – international and historical scenes, from Aldo van Eyck’s Amsterdam to current-day Graz. The exhibition looks into rules and norms, discussing the question of how we can fulfil the demand for a right to play in the city of the future. Various interventions in urban space and an archive will be carried out. The show also critically examines the disappearance of small spaces of play in the city as collateral damage of the big game of the city in times of neoliberal urban development.


To What End?

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G Visual arts V Graz

Historically evolved awareness is always prone to crack. By looking at these ruptures, however, it is possible to critically reappraise the culturally specific legacy.

26/09 – 22/11 Camera Austria Tue – Sun 10.00 – 17.00 9€ Opening Sat 26/09, 17.00

“Future Perfect” ➜ 51 herbst Academy ➜ 52 Talking Art ➜ 89 Guided Tours ➜ 90 With Heba Y. Amin (EG), Takashi

Arai (JP), Mohamed Bourouissa (DZ/FR), Hrair Sarkissian (SY) & Vangelis Vlahos (GR) Curated by Gülsen Bal (GB/TR/AT) & Walter Seidl (AT) Ruptures in the culturally specific legacy and the consequences – this is the theme of the exhibition “To What End?”, where ruptures are seen as the result of various global power relations. To explore which forms of postnational belonging are possible, the artists reflect on sociocultural, political and above all historical changes of paradigm from the recent past. The show thus negotiates historically evolved awareness in different countries, exercising criticism of the predominant understanding of the respective political and economic developments. The different experiences of the self, based on these developments, is analysed in “To What End?”. The artists refer to incisive political and social events in their countries and their effects on current living conditions. The show also examines the diversity and marginalisation of social groups, as a result producing not only critical statements about the past, present and future, but also new intellectual approaches regarding historical and current conditions.

Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Camera Austria

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Corporate

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G Visual arts V Graz

26/09 – 10/01/2016 Kunsthaus Graz Tue – Sun 10.00 – 17.00 9€

“Corporate” is the first personal show of the Chinese artist Xu Zhen in Austria. An exhibition on cultural identity in a society that is becoming more and more alike the world over and increasingly driven by market economy forces.

Opening Sat 26/09, 18.00

Xu Zhen is known for his genre-bending works between conceptual art discourse, politics and frivolous pop culture. At the 2001 Venice Biennale the Chinese artist caused an international stir with a self-destructive film work. For his sculptures, films, performances and images, he works in the manner of a DJ, blending and copying set pieces from culture with supreme technical precision. He draws on art theory discourses along with the perversions of consumeroriented society. His modus operandi is based on the rules of conceptual art, interlaced with theatrical humour, and is, in the broader sense, performative – with social criticism being neither obviously serious, nor ironical.

Talking Art ➜ 89 Guided Tours ➜ 90 With Xu Zhen (CN) et al. Curated by Katrin Bucher

Trantow (AT) & Peter Pakesch (AT) Produced by Kunsthaus Graz In cooperation with steirischer herbst

“Corporate” is an exhibition on prejudices, identity, cultural assets and their appraisal in a society that is becoming more and more alike the world over and increasingly driven by market economy forces. Furthermore, Xu Zhen wants to pull off the daring feat of travelling to Austria by car via Siberia with a group of artists. The aim of this trip through different cultures is to evolve it into a performative work that will ultimately be presented in Graz. 61% China 27% concept 12% irony

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Das ist nicht meine Geschichte!

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[That’s Not My History!] G Visual arts V Graz

Historiography is a matter of negotiation, with nationalism or imperialism all too often gaining the upper hand. An exhibition about alternative drafts. The interpretation of historical events is subject to constant change. The way we assess and estimate the past is above all the result of political and social conditions. The change of regimes can lead to a totally different understanding – or even a completely new definition – of history. Accordingly, like all social agreements, history is a construction that is subject to constant renegotiation and passing down. The artists critically scrutinise this legacy, unwilling to blindly perpetuate what would seem to be firmly established: “That’s Not My History!” What was formulated in certain circumstances in the past is now being reformulated so as to enable future generations a new interpretation. The works demonstrate that their authors are in opposition to those historiographies defined by nationalism, imperialism, xenophobia or sexism. Here, artists become a civil movement engaged in resistance by means of art.

26/09 – 18/10 Mon – Fri 10.00 – 18.00 & Sat & Sun 12.00 – 18.00 Admission free 19/10 – 28/11 < rotor > Mon – Fri 10.00 – 18.00 & Sat 12.00 – 16.00 Admission free Opening Sat 26/09, 19.00

Talking Art ➜ 89 Guided Tours ➜ 90 With Kiluanji Kia Henda (PT/AO),

Jakob Lena Knebl (AT), Marina Naprushkina (DE/BY) et al. Curated by Anton Lederer (AT) & Margarethe Makovec (AT) Co-produced by steirischer herbst & < rotor >

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Saint Jude’s Leftovers G Visual arts / Installation V Vordernberg

herbst exhibition 27/09 – 17/10 Radwerk III Vordernberg Mon – Sun 00.00 – 24.00 Admission free Opening Sun 27/09, 12.00

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The Australian artist Mikala Dwyer digs her way through the mining legacy of Vordernberg and the current detention centre to create a temporary place of pilgrimage.

Tessa Giblin (IE/NZ) Commissioned by steirischer herbst

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Mikala Dwyer’s artistic practice is defined not only by a belief in the power of objects, but also by the conviction that there is a significant relationship of interdependence between matter and energy. While the artist has explored the mineral collection of Graz’s Natural History Museum for her contribution to the herbst exhibition at the GrazMuseum, for the piece developed for Vordernberg, “Saint Jude’s Leftovers”, she works with material found on-site – molten leftovers from a time in which mining was an active industry – thus building a bridge from the past to the present. Radwerk III (a water-wheel furnace), reminiscent of the municipality’s industrial heritage, with its solidified pig-iron remains, is both the abandoned remains of a once-glorious industry, and a monument to it. For the town’s new industry, a centre in which people awaiting forced deportation from Austria are housed, Dwyer is adapting the monument in the name of Saint Jude Thaddaeus, the patron saint of desperate and lost causes. Radwerk III will honour the relics of the mining era, while also listening to those voices that are otherwise never heard: Dwyer aims to depict messages from those people awaiting deportation – turning the Vordernberg installation into an antenna for the messages to Saint Jude.


Wolken lösen sich in Wasser

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G Visual arts / Meeting point / Performance / Architecture / Installation V Leoben

German artist Ulla von Brandenburg creates a hybrid space for the coexistence of art and audience – a space that is sculpture, platform and stage in one.

herbst exhibition 27/09 – 17/10 Porubsky Halle Leoben Tue – Thu 16.00 – 21.00 & Fri – Sun 14.00 – 21.00 Admission free Opening Sun 27/09, 14.00

Tours ➜ 89 With Ulla von Brandenburg

(FR/DE) et al. Curated by Tessa Giblin (IE/NZ) For the Porubsky Halle in Leoben, Ulla von Brandenburg creates an art work entitled “Wolken lösen sich in Wasser” – a sculpture, platform, stage, and exhibition in one. The German artist thus creates a place of many different forms that is to be seen as a stand-alone work and also as forging a link to the herbst exhibition “Hall of Half-Life” at the festival centre in Graz, integrating artworks from this show into the multifunctional setting. By dissolving imaginary borders between theatre and exhibition space, she creates an environment that visitors can use as an unusual stage and make their own. During the festival, the installation will be a scene for numerous events that are on the one hand linked with the programme of steirischer herbst and, on the other, with the redesign of the Porubsky Halle. The inhabitants of Leoben and a number of initiatives are invited to use “Wolken lösen sich in Wasser” as a think-tank, laboratory or stage. The artwork and the former factory thus become a meeting place where performances, symposia and discussions are held, where lectures, concerts, film screenings, a swapmeet, and a poetry slam take place. Welcome to a place that is constantly changing!

Live Performances Sun 27/09, 14.30 & 18.00, Fri 09/10, 19.30 Porubsky Halle Leoben Admission free With Marcio Carvalho (DE/PT),

Mikala Dwyer (AU), Sam Keogh (IE), Gustav Troger (AT/US) et al. “Etiquette” ➜ 17 “Hall of Half-Life” ➜ 33 “Future Perfect” ➜ 51 “Ideenschmiede” ➜ 54 “Retrokino” ➜ 55 “Happy Clothes Swapping” ➜ 57 “Dead or Alive” ➜ 57 “Der Nino aus Wien / Natalie Ofenböck” ➜ 62 “Spielraum” ➜ 88 “Upcycling Workshop” ➜ 90 Shuttle Service ➜ 97 Commissioned by steirischer herbst

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Off the Records G Visual arts V Graz

27/09 – 18/10 ORF Landesstudio Steiermark / Funkhausgalerie Mon – Sun 09.00 – 18.00 Admission free

Artist Werner Reiterer reveals what the public sphere usually does not get to see – things not yet disclosed, kept hidden by ORF broadcasting company staff.

Opening Sun 27/09, 18.00

Talking Art ➜ 89 With Werner Reiterer (AT) Curated by Gernot Rath (AT) Co-produced by steirischer herbst & ORF Landesstudio Steiermark

What crude oil was for the 20th century, the information commodity is for the 21st – one of the most important and therefore globally contested products. Of particular interest in connection with this is the change of paradigm that takes place when a limited resource has to make way for one which is almost unlimited, one which is founded upon a historical legacy and is constantly becoming more extensive and complex. State-owned television and radio is a major administrator, filter and producer in this context.

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In the course of the project, ORF staff were asked to write down something as yet unsaid, something kept secret – thoughts, messages, information, perhaps even secrets. Werner Reiterer writes the anonymised text material on the walls of the Funkhausgalerie with a special substance. This “ink”, however, is just like the real information itself – it is completely invisible to the human eye. While it is usually the media who bring information into the world, in “Off the Records” this is the task of the visitor. With blacklight lamps, the invisible texts can be translated into a wavelength visible to the human eye.


Es ist so, wie es scheint [It is as it seems]

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G Visual arts V Graz

Artist Anita Witek draws on the visual subjects of advertising and magazines to create three-dimensional collages with the image fragments found. The material with which artist Anita Witek creates her three-dimensional collages consists of items found in magazines, current and old books, and on advertising posters. Detached from their original context, she reproduces individual elements by means of photography and printing, adjusting the proportions in keeping with the new concept and arranging them in different constellations. The result is simulated spaces, installations and images of space that restage the interaction of the human being and the object in the field of photography. In the words of philosopher Jean Baudrillard one might say that this gives rise to “simulacra”, that is to say, images between reality and fiction. For “Es ist so, wie es scheint”, the artist draws on current concepts of urban planning in Graz and on the immediate vicinity of Kunsthalle Graz. Image fragments and subjects taken from the mass media are pieced together to create a polyfocal, three-dimensional collage, thus creating a space within a space with local references.

27/09 – 18/10 Kunsthalle Graz Tue – Fri 16.00 – 19.00 & Sat 11.00 – 15.00 Admission free Opening Sun 27/09, 19.00

Talking Art ➜ 89 Guided Tours ➜ 90 With Anita Witek (AT) Curated by Wenzel Mraček

(AT), Arnold Reinisch (AT) & Jani Schwob (AT) Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Kunsthalle Graz

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Heritage

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Schaumbad, Freies Atelierhaus, inherits a poor district G Visual arts V Graz

27/09 – 31/10 Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz Tue – Sun 14.00 – 19.00 Admission free

Graz’s Triester district, a part of town of little appeal, is to be surveyed. What will happen to this inheritance now? A project about origin, identity and property.

Opening Sun 27/09, 20.00

Talking Art ➜ 89 Guided Tours ➜ 90 With Martin Behr (AT) & Martin

Osterider (AT), Cedes (AT), Martina Edelmüller (AT), Elisabeth Gschiel (AT), Gudrun Lang (AT), Stefan Lozar (AT), Christof Neugebauer (AT), Keyvan Paydar (IR/AT) & The Lindy Cats (AT), Karin Petrowitsch (AT), Robert Riedl (AT), Gregor Schlatte (AT), Stroblak (Edda Strobl, Renate Oblak, AT), Myriam Thyes (DE/CH), Eva Ursprung (AT), Markus Wilfling (AT), zweite liga für kunst und kultur (AT), students of Institut für Sprachkunst / Univ. für Angewandte Kunst, Wien & students of Institut Hyperwerk / FHNW, Basel Curated by Orhan Kipcak (AT) Editing Max Spielmann (CH) & Andrea Itten (CH) Production Bettina Gjecaj (AT) Co-produced by steirischer herbst & Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz Project partners Stadtteilprojekt Denggenhof, Stadtteilzentrum Triesterstraße, kunstGarten, StyriaArtists-in-Residence (St.A.i.R.), Institut für Sprachkunst (Univ. für Angewandte Kunst, Wien) & Institut Hyperwerk (Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst, FHNW, Basel)

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More than one year ago, the Schaumbad communal studio moved into an old industrial building in Graz’s Triester district – on the edge of town with a minor attractive neighbourhood: abattoir, refuse disposal site, prison, shabby estates. To find their own role in this spatially, economically and socially exposed setting, the members of the studio centre began to map the area and to embed it in projects with a local reference. This process of appropriation is to be continued at steirischer herbst – the aim of “Heritage” is to illuminate the process of inheritance, that is the discovery and acceptance of legacies. The project will be carried out in the form of research and interpretation, with a self-critical stance and the aim of (re)inventing origin, identity and property. The project combines several separate contributions in an “archive of fictional realities” of the Triester district. It forms the core, basis and background of an exhibition, guided tours, readings, short lectures, and scenographic miniatures, all coordinated with the motifs of the exhibitions. Imagine a convention of The Gay Science.

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Exhibition Openings

Sat 26/09 10.00 Forum Stadtpark Speech Acts 11.00 Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien Jörg Schlick 12.00 esc medien kunst labor What Remains 12.30 Grazer Kunstverein AA Bronson 13.30 Festival centre Spin-Off / Hall of Half-Life / Bright Sign 15.00 Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten Reliqte, Reloaded 16.00 the smallest gallery – collaboration space An artist is an artist is an artist is a female artist 16.30 Haus der Architektur Free Play 17.00 Camera Austria To What End? 18.00 Kunsthaus Graz Corporate 19.00 < rotor > Das ist nicht meine Geschichte! Shuttle Service ➜ 93

Sun 27/09 12.00 Radwerk III Vordernberg Saint Jude’s Leftovers 14.00 Porubsky Halle Leoben Wolken lösen sich in Wasser 18.00 ORF Landesstudio Steiermark Off the Records 19.00 Kunsthalle Graz Es ist so, wie es scheint 20.00 Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz Heritage Shuttle Service ➜ 97

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Future Perfect

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Dystopia, disruption and alternatives: what we will have to have provided for G Theory / Discourse / Workshop V Graz / Leoben

Not all destruction is creative – the steirischer herbst conference looks into the question of what needs to be preserved and what needs to be fought for.

Sat 10/10, 11.00 – 19.00 Heimatsaal im Volkskundemuseum Admission free

Our legacy for future archaeologists is increasingly narrowing down to two things: our waste and the Cloud. We will have filled up the oceans with plastic, contaminated the soil with plutonium and stored yottabytes of, by then unreadable data. Interestingly, this tense is called “Future Perfect”.

Sun 11/10, 12.00 – 18.00 Porubsky Halle Leoben Admission free

German and English language

The fact that we only conceive of the future as a dystopia is because we see tomorrow as an extension of today. However, the future can be completely different. “Future Perfect” sets out to imagine this difference. Not by demanding disruption and constant (self-)reinvention, but by looking at the totality of relationships in which we find ourselves. Contrary to the capitalist assertion, not all destruction is in fact creative. Sometimes something is simply gone – resources, life-forms, options for the future.

“Hall of Half-Life” ➜ 33 “To What End?” ➜ 41 “Wolken lösen sich in Wasser” ➜ 45 herbst Academy ➜ 52 Shuttle Service ➜ 97 With Lara Almarcegui (NL/ES),

Aleida Assmann (DE), Heba Y. Amin (EG/DE), Gülsen Bal (TR/ UK/AT), Regine Dura (DE), Marina Fokidis (GR), Silvia Fehrmann (AR/DE), Tessa Giblin (IE/NZ), Stefan Heidenreich (DE), Charles Heller (GB) & Lorenzo Pezzani (IT) / Forensic Architecture, HansWerner Kroesinger (DE), Madeline Ritter (DE), Manfred Schneider (DE), Michael Seemann (DE), Walter Seidl (AT), Liam Young / Tomorrows Thoughts Today (GB) et al.

In lectures, artist presentations, discussions and a largescale expedition, “Future Perfect” looks into the material and immaterial legacy that needs to be preserved, discovered or finally realised. What will we have to have provided for, fought for, to ensure that the future will be a good one, if not perfect, beyond the horizon of our own time? What role is played by cultural memory, digitalisation, legal order and wealth, but also speculation, subversion and artistic practice? And what makes us even think that future generations will still care about our values?

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Gülsen Bal (GB/TR/AT) / Walter Seidl (AT) To What End?

Thu 08/10 & Fri 09/10

The exhibition “To What End?” investigates the idea of “inheritance” as a device for reclaiming historical memories so as to enable criticism of dominant narratives and cultural ideas. How can we understand the concept of “inheritance” when it is a matter of making a wide range of voices heard, all reflecting different cultural contexts? What potential lies in post national forms of belonging that run counter to widely accepted strategies of globalisation? And how are current political and social changes manifested in the creative world, how can we integrate them into the spheres of art? In artist talks, discussions and a film programme, the aim is to widen the range of topics connected with social, political and economic codes by means of experimental research.

English language By Gülsen Bal (GB/TR/AT) &

Walter Seidl (AT) “To What End?” ➜ 41

Regine Dura / Hans-Werner Kroesinger (DE) United States of Europe – Europe as a Location or Idea? Thu 08/10 & Fri 09/10

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Modern-day Europe, that we prefer to see as having been born of the spirit of the French Revolution, came into being in 1950 as a coal and steel union: if you work together, you don’t fight against each other. So the birth of the European Union was induced by economic concerns and a desire for security. Internal borders were abolished for the movement of goods, external borders closed. Is Europe a community of values, and, if so, which values are involved? To whom do they apply? And what kind of role does common cultural heritage play, what role the EU Frontex agency? Director Hans-Werner Kroesinger and dramaturg / documentary film maker Regine Dura examine Europe with the aid of documents. In this workshop, a document is everything that the participants regard as relevant in this context, be it political, philosophical or personal. Material for a later presentation will be developed from the pool of resources.


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Lara Almarcegui (NL/ES) Mineral Rights In her work, Lara Almarcegui often explores wastelands or unheeded places. In order to deepen her investigation of land – as a symbol of the past and a source of “building” – she now turns her attention to what lies below: “Mineral Rights: Acquisition of the mineral rights of an iron deposit” is an ongoing project in several countries in which Almarcegui tries to purchase land, not to extract minerals but to highlight how the territory is shaped at a geological level, and how it is broken down for exploitation. Looking back on the long history of mining and land ownership, the workshop investigates how rulers of different countries oppose the idea that individual citizens acquire rights to mineral resources. The workshop will also analyse the situation around Graz in depth. Various forms of landscape representation are investigated alongside this process.

Mon 12/10 & Tue 13/10

English language By Lara Almarcegui (NL/ES)

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Daniel Wetzel / Rimini Protokoll (DE) Places of Overwriting In the performances of the Rimini Protokoll theatre collective, the act of remembering, generally a way of preventing something from being forgotten, is made visible as an act of overwriting and, above all, inscribing – personal, political and social pasts into the present. For “Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2”, co-produced by steirischer herbst, it is once again the expertise and experiences of the protagonists with the propaganda publication that constitute the central material, ninety years after publication of the book. The incomplete search for traces turns the stage into a field of play between fact and fiction. In other projects, the company uses specific sites – almost parasitically – as a stage on which to view the present. In “Hausbesuch Europa” (2015), for example, it is the audience’s living rooms. The workshop examines selected works of Rimini Protokoll with the aid of practical experimental set-ups.

Mon 12/10 & Tue 13/10

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German language With lectures by Jens S.

Dangschat (AT), Franz Merli (AT) & Magdalena Pöschl (AT) Discussions with Tanja Domej (CH), Jörg Flecker (AT), Oliver Frey (AT), Nora Melzer-Azodanloo (AT), Michaela Moser (AT), Lyane Sautner (AT), Herbert Schoibl (AT), Joachim Stern (AT) & Barbara Weichselbaum (AT) A project by Fundamental Rights Section of the Association of Judges, Graz University – Faculty of Law & Bundesministerium für Justiz In cooperation with steirischer herbst

Sat 10/10, 15.00 – 21.00 Porubsky Halle Leoben Admission free

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Schabernack (AT), Franz Lammer (AT), Rainer Rosegger (AT) et al. “Wolken lösen sich in Wasser” ➜ 45 54

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Poverty is hereditary, it is female, it primarily affects older people and increasingly, working people. Poverty is expensive, it devours state budgets and undermines economic and social dynamics. It is not merely an individual fate that can be passed on to charity organisations, as crucial as their work may be. Article 34 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union states a basic right to social security and social assistance. Society and its state institutions are thus called upon to combat poverty. The aim of this interdisciplinary symposium is not only to give an overview of the manifestations of poverty, but also to deal with aspects of this subject in terms of basic rights and democracy – so as to initiate a wider discussion and, above all, to draw attention to the overall responsibility of society in combating poverty.

Ideenschmiede [Think Tank]

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These days, knowledge and creativity are regarded as a fundamental raw material for social and economic development. In the postindustrial age, the creative industry, as it is known, plays a special role in promoting quality of location, art and culture which are crucial in creating quality life. The aim of the Ideenschmiede, or think tank, is to examine the question of how the Porubsky Halle can become a venue for experimentation and play so as to encourage creativity in society. Followed by: DJ line and interventions of Karawane Schabernack.

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The “Retrokino” series is on the way to becoming a fixture in Leoben. In keeping with this year’s leitmotif, Andrei Tarkovsky’s Soviet science fiction classic “Solaris” (1972) is being screened. The film demonstrates the hubris of our traditional faith in progress. Then as now, the work requires a certain empathy, lacking as it does the narrative style of conventional cinema. The discussion following the screening illuminates future scenarios already visualised in the film medium and how they correspond with the present.

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Fri 16/10, 19.30 Porubsky Halle Leoben Admission free

“Wolken lösen sich in Wasser” ➜ 45 Concept Michael Domian (AT) &

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A collection of images in progress G Installation / Film / Documentary V Graz

The video documentary “herbst remixed” accompanies the steirischer herbst festival, recording everything that happens. It documents what takes place, remixes what people see, focuses on what goes unobserved, and creates new links. It not only tells you what has been, but also what is to come. And what you’ve missed. It is a collection of pictures in progress, a mash-up, a collage. The result is a new experience of steirischer herbst every day afresh, on show at the festival centre, on the Net, and at various venues. Also, the “herbst remixed” TV edition stages selected herbst projects on ORF 2 (just before “Steiermark heute”) – a one-minute video experiment in this tightly packed TV advert slot.

25/09 – 18/10 Festival centre & ORF 2 By Ulrich A. Reiterer (AT) Collaboration Stephan

Bergmann (DE) & Julian Stampfer (AT)

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[Marginal Notes] – A virtual diary G Literature / Documentary V //randnotizen.steirischerherbst.at

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German and English language You can subscribe to receive current entries by email. “Ophiopogon” ➜ 22 “Tiny Guy” ➜ 29 By and with Christoph Dolgan

(AT), Friðgeir Einarsson (IS), Anna Peschke (DE), Marleen Leitner (AT) & Michael Schitnig (AT)

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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 perhaps stale tomorrow. This year again, five authors and artists will keep a net diary for steirischer herbst: Icelandic performer Friðgeir Einarsson, exploring the foundations of human thought with “Tiny Guy”, Graz-based writer Christoph Dolgan and two Austrian architects Marleen Leitner and Michael Schitnig aka studio Asynchrome, and German artist Anna Peschke, who will enchant Vordernberg with the interactive installation “Ophiopogon”. They published their first notes in May, and will be adding to them continuously. When all of the authors are in Graz for one week each during the festival, their note-taking will be intensified – thus joining together to form a parallel prehistory and literary continuation of steirischer herbst.

herbst. Theorie zur Praxis 2015 Magazine

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Böhler (AT), Bojana Cvejić (BE/RS), André Eiermann (DE), Othmar Plöckinger (AT), Marloes de Valk (NL), Helena Vilalta (IT), Vina Yun (AT) et al. German and English language You can order this and past issues at www.steirischerherbst.at

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Hurrah: the herbst magazine is celebrating an anniversary! As an accompaniment to the festival, it is being published this year for the tenth time. As always, it is not a programme booklet that sums up and explains specific works, exhibitions or projects. Instead, it sets out in search of a different kind of closeness – and finds it through its contributions written in some cases by authors who are taking part in the festival themselves. Through artist portraits and artistic contributions. Through theoretical comments dealing with the festival’s leitmotif, “Back to the Future”, from different angles. Through the numerous essays, reports or series of pictures, “herbst. Theorie zur Praxis” is a festival project in its own right.

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A regular poetry slam has become a firm fixture in Leoben and has already been staged in a wide range of different formats. At the Porubsky Halle, the local slammer scene spearheaded by local star Tschif Windisch comes up against some tough competition from beyond: at “Dead or Alive” local slam poets battle against established actors. As is the usual practice, the slammers will perform their own texts. The actors, in contrast, will line up with texts by deceased authors. At the end, the audience decides who is victorious – the living or the dead.

Sat 17/10, 19.30 Porubsky Halle Leoben Admission free With Der Koschuh (AT), Manuel

Girisch (AT), Yasmin Hafedh (AT), Klaus Lederwasch (AT), Christoph Steiner (AT), Viktoria Steiner (AT), Susanne Zöllinger (AT) et al. Moderated by Markus Köhle (AT) & Tschif Windisch (AT) “Wolken lösen sich in Wasser” ➜ 45

Modezirkus (AT) Happy Clothes Swapping G Meeting point V Leoben

The Modezirkus of steirischer herbst moves on – to Leoben. At the Porubsky Halle you can get rid of old wardrobe clutter, dresses, shirts, and trousers and take new fashion treasures home with you in return. The clothing swap is not just good fun, it is also a statement against consumer and throwaway society. On two collection days swappers can bring along up to five items of clothing worth being worn by someone else. For each item that’s accepted, you get one stamp. Then, when the big swap party takes place, you can use your stamp card to buy new gear and maybe find out who in the future will be wearing the once favourite item from your own wardrobe.

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Die Buben im Pelz With their new recording of The Velvet Underground’s legendary banana album “The Velvet Underground & Nico” Christian Fuchs and David Pfister, formerly of the now defunct band Neigungsgruppe Sex, Gewalt & Gute Laune, stay true to their former style. Although once again toying with pop and trash, the two musicians treat the original material with respect, mastering the almost absurd task of performing the songs of one of the most influential bands in pop history as Wienerlieder – from “Sunntag Morgn” to “Olle Faden Parties”. Is today’s Vienna yesterday’s New York? An illustrious host of guests is set to attend the premiere of this bold project in Graz, among them multi-instrumentalist Sir Tralala and drummer Ralph Wakolbinger.

Sat 26/09, 22.30 Kunsthaus Graz / Space04 8€ With Die Buben im Pelz (AT)

After the concert at the festival centre DJ Sir Tralala (AT)

Pollyester Four years after their debut album “Earthly Powers”, this theme is no longer the centre of attention for Munich-based band Pollyester. “City of O” is the follow-up, named after the mystical city Orion, a paleofuturistic installation of artist Hannsjörg Voth in the Moroccan desert. Pollyester have also been inspired by the vast expanse of outer space – in a breathtaking blend of styles with cosmic synthesizers and Dadaist inclusions the quartet headed by Minsk-born, Munich-based Polina Lapkovskaja merges funk with Italo pop and Krautrock with disco. The heavenly thing about it? Pollyester are eminently danceable too!

Sat 03/10, 22.30 Kunsthaus Graz / Space04 8€ With Pollyester (DE)

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Young Fathers Sat 10/10, 22.30 Kunsthaus Graz / Space04 8€ With Young Fathers (GB)

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The three Scottish musicians with roots in Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria and the USA met at the age of fourteen at a youth club in Edinburgh and have been working together ever since on a very individual interpretation of hip hop. Their musical influences are many and diverse, the trio knows practically no boundaries of style and condenses the historical threads of soul, rap, dub, rave and R’n’B to create contemporary pop music – uncompromising and avant-garde, while also accessible. “White Men Are Black Men Too” is the title of their latest album, following the British Mercury Prize-winning “Dead”. The Young Fathers’ lyrics are smart, provocative and political and their live performances are more than energetic.

Liima Sat 17/10, 22.30 Kunsthaus Graz / Space04 8€ With Liima (DK/FI)

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The successful Danish pop experiment Efterklang has reinvented itself and is now called Liima. With a new name and a new member, Finnish percussionist Tatu Rönkkö, the quartet pulls off a coup, not picking up on their own legacy, but – following world tours and orchestra collaborations – returning to free form – improvisation and flirtations with the repetitive patterns of minimal music defining their sound. But the four Scandinavians don’t want to do without grand gestures altogether, evoking memories of Kraftwerk, Brian Eno or Talking Heads, i.e. of pop with intellect.


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Lambert Lambert wears a striking wooden mask when he performs his original, minimalist piano pieces. He is a crossover artist between classical, jazz and pop, oscillating between Erik Satie and Keith Jarrett, and has also picked up the thread of contemporary pop musicians – he gives a new face to songs by José Gonzales, Tocotronic or Ja, Panik, while his own remains concealed, blurring the boundaries between author and interpreter.

Wed 30/09, 21.30 Festival centre 8€ With Lambert (DE)

Molly Nilsson Armed with a microphone and CD player, dressed all in black and sporting silvery-blonde hair – that’s how Molly Nilsson appears on stage, be it in Istanbul, New York, Athens or Moscow. Molly Nilsson is regarded by her fans as a diva and is a global phenomenon as an internet Goth. Every one of her songs is a hit, her solemn voice is accompanied by cheap keyboards and inaccurate rhythm machines, modest and yet poignant. Nilsson is a master in the game of authenticity and enactment, visualising her hyperromantic DIY pop with nostalgic video clips and pulling the strings behind the scenes too with her own label, Dark Skies Association.

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Joanne Robertson Wed 14/10, 21.30 Festival centre 8€ With Joanne Robertson (GB)

Singer-songwriter and painter Joanne Robertson lives and works in London. Her songs are more akin to sketches, outlined by her voice and guitar – unsettling waking dreams captured with the devices of a folk musician, fleeting diary entries uttered into a laptop microphone. Although the title of her current album “Black Moon Days” makes reference to the dreamy melancholy of Nick Drake or Judee Sill, for example, Robertson’s songs are founded on an oppressive realism, far removed from chasing after some supposedly idyllic past.

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Sun 27/09, 19.00 Porubsky Halle Leoben Admission free With Der Nino aus Wien (AT) &

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Nino Mandl (Der Nino aus Wien) and Natalie Ofenböck have run the Krixi, Kraxi und die Kroxn music project for some time now. They composed and wrote the lyrics for all of the songs on their album “Die Gegenwart hängt uns schon lange zum Hals heraus” and published the audio book “Fräulein Gustl” in the Arthur Schnitzler year of 2012. For the opening of steirischer herbst at the Porubsky Halle the duo present their songs in good old singer / songwriter style.


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Anastasia Filipovna Berlin Community Radio, a nonprofit internet radio station founded by Anastasia Moser together with Sarah Miles, is regarded as an institution in the Berlin music scene. The Pole’s DJ sets are every bit as exciting and eclectic as the station’s programme: inspired by Caribbean club culture, dancehall, ragga, soca and reggaeton meet grime and afrobeat – souped up true to style with siren, horn and laser sounds.

Fri 02/10, 22.30 Festival centre Admission free With Anastasia Filipovna (PL)

DJ Obstsalat The stage-name DJ Obstsalat alludes to the juicy, colourful mixture of club sounds served up by Tatiana Saphir. The Buenos Aires-born artist, author and producer is an expert in electropical bass vibes, digital cumbia, kwaito, dancehall and dub. The turntables feature her favourites from South Africa, Peru, Colombia and, of course, her home country Argentina.

Fri 09/10, 22.30 Festival centre Admission free With DJ Obstalat (AR)

Anika With an album produced by Geoff Barrow, the founder of the legendary Portishead, journalist Annika Henderson effected a career switch in 2010. On the album, named after her, Anika interprets songs by Yoko Ono and Bob Dylan, in matter-of-fact new versions that range between dub, no wave and post-punk. She stays true to this aesthetic in her DJ sets – with a mix of Berlin electronic, house, techno and UK dub.

Fri 16/10, 22.30 Festival centre Admission free With Anika (GB)

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musikprotokoll 2015 Future Vintage Preface Elke Tschaikner G Music V Graz

08/10 – 11/10 Festival pass 64 € Day pass Thu 08/10 18 € Day pass Fri 09/10 18 € Day pass Sat 10/10 18 € Day pass Sun 11/10 14 €

One day it will have been a steirischer herbst, back then in the future, whose theme was “Back to the Future”, with Marty McFly as its heraldic emblem. “Shit”, says Marty McFly, getting out of the 1981 DeLorean on the Murinsel. “What the f*** is this?”, Doc wonders. “We set our destination to October 2015. Although, come to think of it, this thing we’ve

Direction Elke Tschaikner (AT) Curated by Susanna Niedermayr

(AT), Elke Tschaikner (AT), Christian Scheib (AT) & Fränk Zimmer (AT/LU) //musikprotokoll.orf.at Produced by steirischer herbst, ORF Radio Österreich 1 & ORF Landesstudio Steiermark In cooperation with ECAS / ICAS – Networking Tomorrow’s Art For An Unknown Future, European Union – Cultural Programme 2007–2013, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustic, Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum, Naturkundemuseum Joanneumsviertel & SHAPE – Sound, Heterogeneous Art and Performance in Europe Supported by the “Creative Europe” programme of the European Union

landed on is rather strange. An artificial island?” “A futuristic signalling station?”, surmises Marty McFly. “Look! There’s a sign, a poster! A paper one, like in the old days! But that’s strange: http://musikprotokoll.orf.at ... a kind of laboratory ... current trends ... field recordings.” “What?” Doc is appalled again. “Field recordings? That was already boring in 1985!” Marty McFly carries on reading undeterred. “Sound art ... RSO Vienna ... Christian Fennesz ... Science, Research and the Arts ... Internet ... what kind of net’s that? And nixie? Has that got something to do with this floating island here?” Doc is puzzled too: “And what is this combination of letters supposed to mean: O.R.F.? What does that stand for?” “Maybe it’s for O.ld R.adio F.unction?”, McFly quips. Finally, Doc feels a certain confidence. “Some of this stuff sounds really strange. At any rate, people here seem to be occupied with things that have something to do with the future. Perhaps we’re not in the wrong place after all. Perhaps this is really a crazy laboratory. Four days of experimentation. Let’s wait and see. Let’s get back to the future!” [The director’s cut of this film script is being published in the musikprotokoll magazine in summer 2015.]

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Nigredo. Being truly human as a cyborg G Music / Installation V Graz

“Nigredo” is the experience of changed self-perception by means of biophysical media – throwing visitors back on bare humanity.

Austrian premiere 08/10 – 11/10 Thu – Sun 10.00 – 17.00 Kunsthaus Graz Admission free Concept and realisation

Marije Baalman (NL) & Marco Donnarumma (IT) Registration at: //musikprotokoll.ORF.at/2015/ service/nigredo

“Nigredo is not for the faint of heart”, say some. “Nigredo is totally relaxing”, say others. Nigredo is the experience of changed self-perception for one visitor at a time by means of biophysical media, developed by Marco Donnarumma and Marije Baalman. Carefully but resolutely, they push visitors to their individual limits. Completely cut off from the hustle and bustle of the outside world, wired and connected up with all manner of sensors and technological devices, they become cyborgs for eight minutes, thrown back on bare humanity. Auditory, visual and tactile stimuli positioned immediately and with pinpoint precision are initiated by the pulsation of one’s own body in a biofeedback process, instinctively triggering emotions that can only be rationally classified with hindsight. Nigredo is equally reminiscent of our uniformity and uniqueness – for all the immediacy this self-experience trip, perceived now as too short, now as too long, may take us to the realm of both intellectual expanse and constraint.

Co-produced by ORF musikprotokoll & Kunsthaus Graz In cooperation with SHAPE – Sound, Heterogeneous Art and Performance in Europe Marco Donnarumma is SHAPE artist Supported by the “Creative Europe” programme of the European Union

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Mediterranean measures – science, research and the arts Homage to Ludwig Salvator in science, research and art G Music / Installation V Graz

Premieres Nixe / The ship 08/10 – 18/10 Thu – Sun 10.00 – 19.00 Murinsel Admission free

Researcher of the Mediterranean, Ludwig Salvator was a traveller all his life. A homage with contributions from the domain of sound, art and science sets out to do justice to this free thinker.

Opening Thu 08/10, 19.00 Closing Sun 18/10, 18.30 Nixe / The harbour 08/10 – 18/10 Thu – Sun 10.00 – 19.00 Lesliehof im Joanneumsviertel Admission free Opening Thu 08/10, 18.00 With sound installations by

Peter Ablinger (AT), Stanislav Abraham (CZ), Peter Brandlmayr (AT), die audiotapete (AT), Josef Klammer (AT), Marcus Maeder (CH), Mateu Malondra (ES), Hannes Rickli (CH), Christine Schörkhuber (AT), Valentina Vuksic (CH), Jana Winderen (NO) et al. Concept Christian Scheib (AT), Elke Tschaikner (AT) & Fränk Zimmer (AT/LU) Commissioned by musikprotokoll In cooperation with Universalmuseum Joanneum, Naturkundemuseum Joanneumsviertel & SHAPE – Sound, Heterogeneous Art and Performance in Europe Stanislav Abraham is SHAPE artist Supported by Pro Helvetia – Schweizer Kulturstiftung, Lambda Labs

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He has the makings of an icon of free science, beyond academia and yet full of passionate precision: researcher of the Mediterranean, Ludwig Salvator travelled all his life, going from island to island, and finally from continent to continent. From aboard the “Nixe”, his steam-driven yacht, he set his research radar on unexplored, as yet largely unknown Mediterranean islands and their original, indeed – in terms of civilisation – primeval flora and fauna, habits, customs and living circumstances. For decades, he published dozens of highly regarded specialist publications. The Archduke from the Tuscan line of the Habsburg family, who died one hundred years ago in October 1915, was as much an ardent practising conservationist as a bohemian and pacifist. A homage featuring several artistic contributions from the fertile borderland of sound, art and science is dedicated to this free thinker. Venues and, at the same time, instruments of this undertaking are ORF correspondent booths in the Lesliehof im Joanneumsviertel and the Murinsel as the fictitiously resurrected research vessel Nixe – along with the appropriate background sound.

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Reshaping Club Music is a concert evening in the dynamic context of the past and future, albeit immersed in an apocalyptic atmosphere. It is a postapocalyptic world that Stefan Senf aka Assimilation Process spans out with his performances, in which there are only occasional flashes of all-nighters on the dance floor. The music of Pasajera Oscura merges the equally dystopian soundscapes of Christina Nemec aka chra with the beat structures of Patricia Enigl aka irradiation founded on the laws of quantum physics. Once again, the apocalyptic atmosphere that now completely pervades space is passed on when Yair Elazar Glotman aka Ketev weaves his leaden post techno, before Lorenzo Senni catapults us back to the early, jaunty days of rave culture in one of his rare ATT (Advanced Abstract Trance) performances. Reshaping Club Music is set in the dynamic context of the past and future.

Thu 08/10 generalmusikdirektion 20.00 Assimilation Process (DE) 21.00 Pasajera Oscura (AT) 22.00 Ketev (DE) 23.00 Lorenzo Senni (IT) Day pass 18 € In cooperation with SHAPE – Sound, Heterogeneous Art and Performance in Europe Assimilation Process, Pasajera Oscura, Ketev and Lorenzo Senni are SHAPE artists Supported by the “Creative Europe” programme of the European Union

The title of this evening of concerts also refers to the SHAPE platform, founded by musikprotokoll at the end of last year together with fifteen other festivals of the ICAS (International Cities of Advanced Sound) network to exchange new and exciting projects in the field of music and audiovisual art.

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Pure Elektronik Vintage Concerts G Music V Graz

Fri 09/10, 15.00 – 17.00 Kasematten Admission free With compositions by Dieter

Kaufmann (AT), Wolfgang Musil (AT) & Vinzenz Schwab (AT) Artistic direction Wolfgang Musil (A) Sat 10/10, 15.00 – 17.00 Kasematten Admission free With compositions by Hans

G. Feichtinger (AT), Katharina Klement (AT), Gottfried Martin (AT) & Günther Rabl (AT) Artistic direction Günther Rabl (AT) Sun 11/10, 15.00 – 17.00 Kasematten Admission free With compositions by

Helmut Dencker (AT), Andrzej Dobrowolski (PL/AT), Klaus Hollinetz (AT), Heinz Hönig (AT) & Bernhard Lang (AT) Artistic direction Klaus Hollinetz (AT) Direction Winfried Ritsch (AT) Co-produced by steirischer herbst, musikprotokoll, Kunstuniversität Graz & IEM – Institut für Elektronische Musik Graz In cooperation with SHAPE – Sound, Heterogeneous Art and Performance in Europe The work by Vinzenz Schwab is a composition commissioned by SHAPE 2015. Supported by the “Creative Europe” programme of the European Union

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The Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics IEM celebrates its fiftieth anniversary with tape-recorded music and sound transducers with pure music on the Schloßberg. Graz in 1965 – a city embarking on new departures in music. One of Europe’s first jazz institutes was founded at the Academy of Music and Performing Arts, as it was known back then. The same year saw the foundation of the Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics, IEM for short, as part of today’s University of Music and Performing Arts Graz. For five decades, the IEM – engaging in an exchange with affiliated institutions the world over in terms of its staff and artistic undertakings – was and continues to be a fascinating laboratory at the cross- and interdisciplinary intersections of art and science, technology and musical practice, electronic music, acoustics, audio engineering, sound, and media art. The IEM celebrates its anniversary in the Schloßberg Kasematten with a series of “Vintage Concerts” and a vast line-up of speakers and vintage electronics. Legendary and extremely rare electroacoustic pieces from the 1970s to 1990s will be performed true to the original works with the aid of legacy equipment and prominent performers from back in the day. The historical performance practice with tape machines, electronics and absolute pure music with multichannel loudspeaker systems as a sound machine. Or: “Back to the Future” with tape and synthesizer.

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G Music / Meeting point V Graz

musikprotokoll is not just a festival physically located in Graz, all concerts are also broadcast on Ö1, the internet, and by the European Broadcasting Union. musikprotokoll sends out waves. Not only in Graz, but also on the radio and the net. As such, musikprotokoll is very close in many different places – in our living rooms, cars and on our smartphones. It is inscribed in the festival’s founding DNA that it is produced by ORF and thus, that all concerts and performances are broadcast – either live or as recordings. Since 1968, this has given rise to a vast and wonderful archive of contemporary sound, a kind of representative cross-section of almost fifty years of avant-garde, a constant flow of new musical positions from the four corners of the earth. In 2015, concerts are again presented to a wide audience, also beyond the bounds of the musikprotokoll venues – on the radio, the internet and by the European Broadcasting Union. In addition to concert transmissions there are also several opportunities for festival visitors to attend Ö1 live broadcasts. “Ö1 Kulturjournal” and “Spielräume” on Friday and “Ö1 Klassiktreffpunkt” on Saturday – look forward to seeing you!

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Ö1 Kulturjournal Live Fri 09/10, 17.00 Lesliehof im Joanneumsviertel Admission free Ö1 Spielräume Live Fri 09/10, 17.15 Lesliehof im Joanneumsviertel Admission free Ö1 Klassiktreffpunkt Live Sat 10/10, 10.05 Murinsel Admission free

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Christian Fennesz (AT) / Jorge E. López (CU) Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

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The best of two worlds – Austrian guitarist and electronic musician Christian Fennesz transfers his music to the RSO, the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra.

Austrian premiere and world premiere Fri 09/10, 19.30 Helmut List Halle Day pass 24 € With compositions by

Christian Fennesz (AT) & Jorge E. López (CU) With RSO Vienna (AT) Conductor Johannes Kalitzke (DE) “Symphonie Fleuve pour cor et orchestre” is a work commissioned by Klangspuren and ORF. The piece by Christian Fennesz is a work commissioned by RSO Vienna.

The best of two worlds: a critic from Berliner Zeitung raved about the “genuine beauty of pure sound” when the Austrian guitarist and electronic musician Christian Fennesz published his solo album “Black Sea” in 2008. Fennesz, an international star of his genre, whose music oscillates between experiment and pop, between atmospheric and lateral, transfers his musical work to a large classical symphony orchestra for the first time at musikprotokoll. Based on the tracks from the “Black Sea” album, he has created a piece for the RSO Vienna that transposes the atmospheric sound magic so typical of his world into the orchestral universe. A constellation that is as astonishing as it is unusual and, in fact, sensational. For one thing because one of Austria’s best orchestras will perform it – the ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra. A solo performance by Fennesz during this concert at the Helmut List Halle is also planned. The guest performance ends magnificently with the Austrian premiere of composer Jorge López’s “Symphonie fleuve”, with its vast orchestration. An evening between the elegiac sound-worlds of Christian Fennesz and the gigantic acoustic architectures of Jorge López.

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Ackermann / Meier / Sánchez-Chiong G Music

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Violist Petra Ackermann and pianist Philipp Meier formed a duo in Zürich in 2009 with the aim of expanding the modest repertoire for viola and piano. Meanwhile a number of new pieces have been written, including premieres of Klaus Lang, Germán Toro-Pérez, Christoph Herndler, Arturo Fuentes, Martin Jaggi, and others. Together with the composer Jorge Sánchez-Chiong they developed the multimedia project “jupiter.analogs II” in 2014. The outcome of this unique project? A new formation, a trio for contemporary music: viola, piano and turntables. Ackermann / Meier / Sánchez-Chiong present premieres of three composers with Latin American roots who have for some time provided important impetus in the local music scene: Arturo Corrales, Arturo Fuentes and Jorge SánchezChiong. All three composers take unconventional, refreshing approaches to the traditional string / piano duo formation, expanding it with the aid of turntables and electronics.

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Premieres Fri 09/10, 22.00 Helmut List Halle Day pass 24 €

With compositions by Arturo

Corrales (SV/CH), Jorge SánchezChiong (VE/AT) & Arturo Fuentes (MX/AT) With Petra Ackermann (AT), Philipp Meier (CH) & Jorge Sánchez-Chiong (VE/AT)

Teresa Carrasco (ES) Radiazione di corpo nero G Music V Graz

In terms of Planck’s quantum physics, the pianist and his black instrument act and function as an “ideal black body”: this is the basis of the concept for the composition “Radiazione di corpo nero” by Teresa Carrasco. In physics, this “black-body radiation” denotes a specific emitted spectrum of radiation. But in and with “Radiazione di corpo nero”, Teresa Carrasco doesn’t engage in physics, but music. “All frequency spectra of the piece”, she writes, in which she also includes the spatial distribution of sounds, “are influenced by the pianist’s temperature, position and movement and by the experimental work with the multiple possibilities of the grand piano as a resonant body.”

Premiere Fri 09/10, 23.00 Helmut List Halle Day pass 24 € With Teresa Carrasco (ES) A work commissioned by IEM – Institute for Electronic Music and Acoustics for its fiftieth anniversary In cooperation with musikprotokoll

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ensemble recherche G Music V Graz

Premieres Sat 10/10, 19.30 Helmut List Halle Day pass 18 €

“Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen” ➜ 7 With ensemble recherche (DE) With compositions by Milica

Djordjević (DE/RS), Brian Ferneyhough (GB), Johannes Maria Staud (AT) & Wen Liu (AT/CN) The piece by Wen Liu is the 2015 musikprotokoll Emil Breisach composition commission. The work by Johannes Maria Staud is a composition commission of ensemble recherche and ORF musikprotokoll, supported by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation.

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Pure curiosity is the trademark of the Freiburg-based ensemble recherche. It bills with a sextet of British grand seigneur Brian Ferneyhough and three premiere pieces. For thirty years now, selective sound research, persistent, focused investigation of ever new compositional modes of thought and structures, tracking down fascinating aspects – i.e. pure curiosity – has been the trademark of the Freiburg-based ensemble recherche. This year, the nine instrumental researchers visit Graz with an abundant mixture of different points of the compass and sound styles: with a powerful sextet of British grand seigneur Brian Ferneyhough and no fewer than three premiere pieces. Along with an ensemble piece by Johannes Maria Staud, fresh off the press, who is responsible for the musical opening of this year’s steirischer herbst, there will also be premieres of pieces by two young composers – Vienna-based Chinese musician Wen Liu and Berlin-based Serb musician Milica Djordjević.


Scelsi Projekt

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G Music V Graz

On the basis of “Improvisations” by Giacinto Scelsi, musician Uli Fussenegger examines the world of the Italian composer.

Sat 10/10, 21.00 Helmut List Halle Day pass 18 € With Uli Fussenegger (AT),

Andreas Lindenbaum (DE), Ernesto Molinari (CH) & Martin Siewert (DE)

“Scelsi, c’est moi” was the headline of the Italian music magazine Il Giornale della Musica in 1989, one year after the death of Giacinto Scelsi. The composer Viero Tossati, who created notations for Scelsi in the last years of his life, claimed that Scelsi’s compositions were in fact his. This sparked off a dispute about originality and authorship that enlivened the music world. Scelsi, who was for a long time little known to the general public, soon became an idol among insiders. The Italian ensemble of Ennio Morricone, the Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza, published an “Ommagio a Scelsi” as early as the 1970s. The members of the ensemble pondered the utopia of a spontaneous composition while engaged in experimental music making, paying tribute in their homage to the loner Scelsi and his musical output. These two historical events are based on Giacinto Scelsi’s very special way of moving into and within a sound, a note, of phrasing and shaping it. Even today, the “Improvisations” that Scelsi recorded on the ondiola exert a hypnotic fascination. Uli Fussenegger heard these old tapes in the archives of the Fondazione Isabella Scelsi in Rome and began carefully and respectfully approaching Scelsi’s world. Together with his fellow musicians he now finds contemporary paths through this enchanted forest of monotonous polyphony and polyphonic monotony.

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Ulrich Troyer (AT) Dolomite Dub G Music V Graz

Premieres Sat 10/10, 22.30 Helmut List Halle Day pass 18 €

Ulrich Troyer’s “cinema for listening” is based on the big effect of little unsettling moments – he likes to disturb the equilibrium of his listeners without actually putting them off balance.

With Ulrich Troyer (AT), Susanna

Gartmayer (AT) & Jürgen Berlakovich (AT) In cooperation with SHAPE – Sound, Heterogeneous Art and Performance in Europe Ulrich Troyer is SHAPE artist Supported by the “Creative Europe” programme of the European Union

The big effect of little unsettling moments: following this principle, Ulrich Troyer has always found many different ways of arriving at new acoustic formulations. Be it layerings of sounds conceived as sculptures, visuals for listening, dance rhythms for the brain, or surveys of space with acoustic equipment – Troyer likes to disturb the equilibrium of his listeners without actually putting them off balance.

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He does so, as one critic says, “with a nimble hand and a light heart”. His “cinema for listening” and his abstraction of dance patterns have, it says, recently become even more intimately interwoven. However, his work can also be enjoyed at a much simpler level, with his music highly reminiscent of the legendary “Iaora Thahiti” album by the electronic band Mouse on Mars. And that is just plain good fun, “ça nous fait plaisir”, as one French critic enthused about Troyer. For the 2015 musikprotokoll, Ulrich Troyer works on more superimposing and layering of bass lines and bass frequencies, with the working title of his new piece carrying hints of geomorphology: “Dolomite Dub”.


Hildur Guðnadóttir / The International Nothing Ómar and the interanational nothing

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The focus of Hildur Guðnadóttir’s music is on the unusual instrument Ómar, with clarinettists Kai Fagaschinski and Michael Thieke experimenting with microtonal structures.

Hildur Guðnadóttir Sun 11/10, 19.30 Dreifaltigkeitskirche Day pass 14 € With Hildur Guðnadóttir (IS) The International Nothing Sun 11/10, 20.30 Dreifaltigkeitskirche Day pass 14 € With Kai Fagaschinski (DE) &

Michael Thieke (DE)

Music, space, time, motion – the interplay of these elements has always held a special fascination for the cellist and composer Hildur Guðnadóttir. For some time now she has been working together with instrument maker Hans Jóhannsson on developing a new instrument: Ómar is a kind of surround cello with integrated filter chip, without a body of its own but which can be connected to a wide range of sound-boxes. In Guðnadóttir’s music, the sound of Ómar, iridescent in ever changing colours, and her voice engage in an intense dialogue. The two clarinettists Kai Fagaschinski and Michael Thieke also conduct a musical colloquy when they present their jointly composed pieces. The vocabularies of two musician figures, each distinctively formulated, combine to form a common musical language that is as puristic as it is complex. The focus of Fagaschinski and Thieke’s research interest is on experimenting with multiphonics and microtonal structures – as with Hildur Guðnadóttir, the aim, then, is to work consciously with the movement of sound in space.

In cooperation with SHAPE – Sound, Heterogeneous Art and Performance in Europe Hildur Guðnadóttir is SHAPE artist Supported by the “Creative Europe” programme of the European Union

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THEATRE copy & waste Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 Nesterval Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Mariano Pensotti / Grupo Marea Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 Die Rabtaldirndln Luise 37 ➜ 19 Rimini Protokoll / Helgard Haug / Daniel Wetzel Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18 Johannes Maria Staud / Josef Winkler Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen ➜7 Tom Struyf Vergeetstuk ➜ 20 Theater im Bahnhof Black Moonshine ➜ 23 PERFORMANCE Jochen Becker / Christian Hanussek / Daniel Kötter / metroZones Chinafrika. Under Construction ➜ 31 copy & waste Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 Dead or Alive ➜ 57 Friðgeir Einarsson / Kriðpleir Theatre Group Tiny Guy ➜ 29

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Encyclopédie de la parole / Joris Lacoste Suite n°2 ➜ 28 Fourdummies Flash Forward ➜ 15 Mette Ingvartsen 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Nature Theater of Oklahoma Life and Times ➜ 24 Nesterval Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Mariano Pensotti / Grupo Marea Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 Anna Peschke Ophiopogon ➜ 22 Die Rabtaldirndln Luise 37 ➜ 19 Rimini Protokoll / Helgard Haug / Daniel Wetzel Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18 Rotozaza / Ant Hampton / Silvia Mercuriali Etiquette ➜ 17 Johannes Maria Staud / Josef Winkler Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen ➜7 Tom Struyf Vergeetstuk ➜ 20 Theater im Bahnhof Black Moonshine ➜ 23 The Loose Collective The Music of Sound ➜ 25 Wolken lösen sich in Wasser Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 45

DANCE Mette Ingvartsen 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 The Loose Collective The Music of Sound ➜ 25 VISUAL ARTS AA Bronson Grazer Kunstverein ➜ 37 An artist is an artist is an artist is a female artist the smallest gallery – collaboration space ➜ 39 Gerard Byrne Bright Sign Festival centre ➜ 12 Corporate Kunsthaus Graz ➜ 42 Das ist nicht meine Geschichte! < rotor > ➜ 43 Es ist so, wie es scheint Kunsthalle Graz ➜ 47 Fourdummies Flash Forward ➜ 15 Heritage Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz ➜ 48 Off the Records ORF Landesstudio Steiermark ➜ 46 Reliqte, Reloaded Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten / QL-Galerie ➜ 38 Saint Jude’s Leftovers Radwerk III Vordernberg ➜ 44

Jörg Schlick Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien ➜ 35 Speech Acts Forum Stadtpark ➜ 34 Free Play Haus der Architektur ➜ 40 Hall of Half-Life Festival centre ➜ 33 To What End? Camera Austria ➜ 41 What Remains esc medien kunst labor ➜ 36 Wolken lösen sich in Wasser Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 45 INSTALLATION Gerard Byrne Bright Sign ➜ 12 herbst remixed ➜ 55 Nigredo musikprotokoll ➜ 65 Nixe musikprotokoll ➜ 66 orizzontale Spin-Off ➜9 Anna Peschke Ophiopogon ➜ 22 Saint Jude’s Leftovers Radwerk III Vordernberg ➜ 44 Wolken lösen sich in Wasser Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 45


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ARCHITECTURE orizzontale Spin-Off ➜9 Free Play Haus der Architektur ➜ 40 Wolken lösen sich in Wasser Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 45 MEETING POINT Big Draw Graz ➜ 12 copy & waste Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 Phoebe Davies Influcences ➜ 10 Fourdummies Flash Forward ➜ 15 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History ➜ 11 Ideenschmiede ➜ 54 Modezirkus Happy Clothes Swapping ➜ 57 musikprotokoll to go ➜ 69 orizzontale Spin-Off ➜9 plan b herbst Fragments ➜ 13 Rotozaza / Ant Hampton / Silvia Mercuriali Etiquette ➜ 17 Wolken lösen sich in Wasser Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 45

DOCUMENTARY Joachim Hainzl Recycled History ➜ 11 herbst remixed ➜ 55 herbst. Theorie zur Praxis 2015 ➜ 56 hoelb / hoeb Close Link ➜ 13 plan b herbst Fragments ➜ 13 Randnotizen ➜ 56 WORKSHOP Future Perfect ➜ 51 herbst Academy ➜ 52 FILM Jochen Becker / Christian Hanussek / Daniel Kötter / metroZones Chinafrika. Under Construction ➜ 31 Gerard Byrne Bright Sign ➜ 12 herbst remixed ➜ 55 Nature Theater of Oklahoma Life and Times ➜ 24 Retrokino ➜ 55 MUSIC Ackermann / Meier / Sánchez-Chiong musikprotokoll ➜ 71 Anastasia Filipovna Soundtracks / DJs ➜ 63 Anika Soundtracks / DJs ➜ 63 Teresa Carrasco Radiazione di corpo nero musikprotokoll ➜ 71

Der Nino aus Wien / Natalie Ofenböck ➜ 62 Die Buben im Pelz Soundtracks ➜ 59 DJ Obstsalat Soundtracks / DJs ➜ 63 ensemble recherche musikprotokoll ➜ 72 Christian Fennesz / Jorge E. López Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra musikprotokoll ➜ 70 Hildur Guðnadóttir / The International Nothing musikprotokoll ➜ 75 Lambert Soundtracks ➜ 61 Liima Soundtracks ➜ 60 musikprotokoll to go ➜ 69 Molly Nilsson Soundtracks ➜ 61 Nigredo musikprotokoll ➜ 65 Nixe musikprotokoll ➜ 66 Pollyester Soundtracks ➜ 59 Pure Elektronik musikprotokoll ➜ 68 Reshaping Club Music musikprotokoll ➜ 67 Joanne Robertson Soundtracks ➜ 62 Scelsi Projekt musikprotokoll ➜ 73 Johannes Maria Staud / Josef Winkler Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen ➜7 Ulrich Troyer Dolomite Dub musikprotokoll ➜ 74 Young Fathers Soundtracks ➜ 60

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LITERATURE Dead or Alive ➜ 57 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History ➜ 11 herbst. Theorie zur Praxis 2015 ➜ 56 hoelb / hoeb Close Link ➜ 13 Randnotizen ➜ 56 Johannes Maria Staud / Josef Winkler Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen ➜7 THEORY / DISCOURSE Jochen Becker / Christian Hanussek / Daniel Kötter / metroZones Chinafrika. Under Construction ➜ 31 Phoebe Davies Influcences ➜ 10 Future Perfect ➜ 51 Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 herbst Academy ➜ 52 hoelb / hoeb Close Link ➜ 13 Ideenschmiede ➜ 54 Retrokino ➜ 55

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GRAZ AA Bronson Grazer Kunstverein ➜ 37 Ackermann / Meier / Sánchez-Chiong musikprotokoll ➜ 71 An artist is an artist is an artist is a female artist the smallest gallery - collaboration space ➜ 39 Anastasia Filipovna Soundtracks / DJs ➜ 63 Anika Soundtracks / DJs ➜ 63 Jochen Becker / Christian Hanussek / Daniel Kötter / metroZones Chinafrika. Under Construction ➜ 31 Big Draw Graz ➜ 12 Gerard Byrne Bright Sign ➜ 12 Teresa Carrasco Radiazione di corpo nero musikprotokoll ➜ 71 copy & waste Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 Corporate Kunsthaus Graz ➜ 42 Phoebe Davies Influcences ➜ 10 Das ist nicht meine Geschichte! < rotor > ➜ 43 Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Die Buben im Pelz Soundtracks ➜ 59 DJ Obstsalat Soundtracks / DJs ➜ 63 Friðgeir Einarsson / Kriðpleir Theatre Group Tiny Guy ➜ 29 Encyclopédie de la parole / Joris Lacoste Suite n°2 ➜ 28

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ensemble recherche musikprotokoll ➜ 72 Es ist so, wie es scheint Kunsthalle Graz ➜ 47 Christian Fennesz / Jorge E. López Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra musikprotokoll ➜ 70 Fourdummies Flash Forward ➜ 15 Future Perfect ➜ 51 Hildur Guðnadóttir / The International Nothing musikprotokoll ➜ 75 Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History ➜ 11 herbst Academy ➜ 52 herbst remixed ➜ 55 herbst. Theorie zur Praxis 2015 ➜ 56 Heritage Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz ➜ 48 hoelb / hoeb Close Link ➜ 13 Mette Ingvartsen 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Lambert Soundtracks ➜ 61 Liima Soundtracks ➜ 60 musikprotokoll to go ➜ 69 Nature Theater of Oklahoma Life and Times ➜ 24 Nesterval Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Nigredo musikprotokoll ➜ 65 Molly Nilsson Soundtracks ➜ 61 Nixe musikprotokoll ➜ 66 Off the Records ORF Landesstudio Steiermark ➜ 46

orizzontale Spin-Off ➜9 Mariano Pensotti / Grupo Marea Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 plan b herbst Fragments ➜ 13 Pollyester Soundtracks ➜ 59 Pure Elektronik musikprotokoll ➜ 68 Reliqte, Reloaded Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten / QL-Galerie ➜ 38 Reshaping Club Music musikprotokoll ➜ 67 Rimini Protokoll / Helgard Haug / Daniel Wetzel Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18 Joanne Robertson Soundtracks ➜ 62 Scelsi Projekt musikprotokoll ➜ 73 Jörg Schlick Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien ➜ 35 Speech Acts Forum Stadtpark ➜ 34 Free Play Haus der Architektur ➜ 40 Johannes Maria Staud / Josef Winkler Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen ➜7 Tom Struyf Vergeetstuk ➜ 20 Hall of Half-Life Festival centre ➜ 33 The Loose Collective The Music of Sound ➜ 25 To What End? Camera Austria ➜ 41 Ulrich Troyer Dolomite Dub musikprotokoll ➜ 74 What Remains esc medien kunst labor ➜ 36 Young Fathers Soundtracks ➜ 60

HART BEI GRAZ Die Rabtaldirndln Luise 37 ➜ 19 LEOBEN Dead or Alive ➜ 57 Der Nino aus Wien / Natalie Ofenböck ➜ 62 Fourdummies Flash Forward ➜ 15 Future Perfect ➜ 51 Ideenschmiede ➜ 54 Modezirkus Happy Clothes Swapping ➜ 57 Retrokino ➜ 55 Rotozaza / Ant Hampton / Silvia Mercuriali Etiquette ➜ 17 Wolken lösen sich in Wasser Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 45 VORDERNBERG Fourdummies Flash Forward ➜ 15 Nesterval Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Anna Peschke Ophiopogon ➜ 22 Saint Jude’s Leftovers Radwerk III Vordernberg ➜ 44 Theater im Bahnhof Black Moonshine ➜ 23


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names A Ablinger, Peter Nixe ➜ 66 Abraham, Stanislav Nixe ➜ 66 Ackermann, Petra Ackermann / Meier / Sánchez-Chiong ➜ 71 Albrecht, Jörg Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 Almarcegui, Lara Hall of HalfLife / Future Perfect / herbst Academy ➜ 33 / 51 / 53 Amin, Heba Y. To What End? / Future Perfect ➜ 41 / 51 Ammendola, Jacopo Spin-Off ➜9 Anastasia Filipovna Soundtracks / DJs ➜ 63 Anika Soundtracks / DJs ➜ 63 Anwander, Maria An artist is an artist is an artist is a female artist ➜ 39 Anzinger, Siegfried Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Arai, Takashi To What End? ➜ 41 Assimilation Process Reshaping Club Music ➜ 67 Assmann, Aleida Future Perfect ➜ 51

B Baalman, Marije Nigredo ➜ 65 Bachrach, Ilan Life and Times ➜ 24 Baers, Michael Speech Acts ➜ 34 Bal, Gülsen To What End? / Future Perfect / herbst Academy ➜ 41 / 51 / 52 Banigan, Jacob Black Moonshine ➜ 23 Bärenklau, Voxi Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen ➜7 Barok, Dušan What Remains ➜ 36 Baurecker, Ute Big Draw Graz ➜ 12 Becker, Jochen Chinafrika. Under Construction ➜ 31 Beer, Stefan Flash Forward ➜ 15 Behr, Martin Heritage ➜ 48 Bergmann, Stephan herbst remixed ➜ 55 Belasco Rogers, Daniel herbst Fragments ➜ 13 Berger, Guenther The Music of Sound ➜ 25 Berlakovich, Jürgen Dolomite Dub ➜ 74 Binder, Wilhelm Flash Forward ➜ 15 Bitterli, Milli Luise 37 ➜ 19 Blom, Aron Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Blomqvist, Linda Golden Hours ( As you like it) ➜ 30

Blume, Anna Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Blume, Bernhard Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Böhler, Arno herbst. Theorie zur Praxis 2015 ➜ 56 Bouchot, Dominique Suite n°2 ➜ 28 Bourouissa, Mohamed To What End? ➜ 41 Bragason, Ragnar Ísleifur Tiny Guy ➜ 29 Brandenburg, Ulla von Wolken lösen sich in Wasser ➜ 45 Brandlmayr, Peter Nixe ➜ 66 Brauner, Waltraud Flash Forward ➜ 15 Bronson, AA AA Bronson ➜ 37 Brunet, Daniel Knick-Knack to the Future - Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 Brünger, Sebastian Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18 Bucher Trantow, Katrin Corporate ➜ 42 Bulbul, Asli Life and Times ➜ 24 Burkhalter, Gabriela Free Play ➜ 40 Byrne, Gerard Bright Sign ➜ 12

C Cano, Juan Lopez Spin-Off ➜9 Carli, Barbara Luise 37 ➜ 19 Carvalho, Marcio Wolken lösen sich in Wasser ➜ 45 Carrasco, Teresa Radiazione di corpo nero ➜ 71 Cedes Heritage ➜ 48 Chahal, Gor Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Chemnitz, Johanna 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Conner Skaervold, Elisabeth Life and Times ➜ 24 Copper, Kelly Life and Times ➜ 24 copy & waste Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 Corrales, Arturo Ackermann / Meier / Sánchez-Chiong ➜ 71 Cvejić, Bojana 7 Pleasures / Golden Hours ( As you like it) / herbst. Theorie zur Praxis 2015 ➜ 16 / 30 / 56 D Dangschat, Jens S. Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 Davies, Phoebe Influences ➜ 10 de Haan, Siebren Hall of Half-Life ➜ 33 De Keersmaeker, Anne Teresa Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 de Maesneer, Willem Vergeetstuk ➜ 20 de Valk, Marloes What Remains / herbst. Theorie zur Praxis 2015 ➜ 36 / 56

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De Vleesschauwer, Geert Vergeetstuk ➜ 20 Degen, Rosi Luise 37 ➜ 19 Dencker, Helmut Pure Elektronik ➜ 68 Denzer, Ricarda Speech Acts ➜ 34 Der Koschuh Dead or Alive ➜ 57 Der Trafikant Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Dermond, Bea Luise 37 ➜ 19 Desmond, Alexandra Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Deutinger, Alex The Music of Sound ➜ 25 Deutschbauer, Julius Close Link ➜ 13 die audiotapete Nixe ➜ 66 Die Buben im Pelz Soundtracks ➜ 59 DJ 800% Elfenklang Soundtracks ➜ 60 DJ Friendly Galaxy Soundtracks ➜ 60 DJ Kira Kirsch Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen / Opening party ➜7 DJ Norman Palm Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen / Opening party ➜7 DJ Obstalat Soundtracks / DJs ➜ 63 DJ Sir Tralala Soundtracks ➜ 59

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DJ Trees Traumhaft Soundtracks ➜ 59 Djordjević, Milica ensemble recherche ➜ 72 Dobrowolski, Andrzej Pure Elektronik ➜ 68 Dolgan, Christoph Randnotizen ➜ 56 Dolven, Tale Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Domej, Tanja Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 Domian, Michael Retrokino ➜ 55 Donnarumma, Marco Nigredo ➜ 65 Dorner, Willi Free Play ➜ 40 Dreyer, Katja 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Dressler, Sebastian herbst Fragments ➜ 13 Droschl, Sandro Jörg Schlick ➜ 35 Dura, Regine Future Perfect / herbst Academy ➜ 51 / 52 Dwyer, Mikala Hall of HalfLife / Saint Jude’s Leftovers / Wolken lösen sich in Wasser ➜ 33 / 44 / 45

E Edelmüller, Martina Heritage ➜ 48 Egger, Christian Jörg Schlick ➜ 35 Ehgartner, Stefan The Music of Sound ➜ 25 ehrliche arbeit – freies Kulturbüro Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 Eiben, Gabel Life and Times ➜ 24 Eiermann, André herbst. Theorie zur Praxis 2015 ➜ 56 Einarsson, Friðgeir Tiny Guy / Randnotizen ➜ 29 / 56 Encyclopédie de la parole Suite n°2 ➜ 28 Eno, Brian Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Ensemble Modern Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen ➜7 ensemble recherche ensemble recherche ➜ 72 Erven, Joris Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Etchevers, Carlos Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26

F Fagaschinski, Kai Hildur Guðnadóttir / The International Nothing ➜ 75 Farmer, Geoffrey Hall of Half-Life ➜ 33 Fehrmann, Silvia Future Perfect ➜ 51 Feichtinger, Hans G. Pure Elektronik ➜ 68 Fennesz, Christian Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra ➜ 70 Ferneyhough, Brian ensemble recherche ➜ 72 Flachmeyer, Lisa Knick-Knack to the Future - Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 Flecker, Jörg Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 Flügge, Sibylla Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18 Foighel Brutmann, Sirah 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Fokidis, Marina Future Perfect ➜ 51 Forensic Architecture Future Perfect ➜ 51 Fostier, Alexandre Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Fourdummies Flash Forward ➜ 15 Frau Löfberg Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Freire, Bruno 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Frey, Oliver Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 Fuentes, Arturo Ackermann / Meier / Sánchez-Chiong ➜ 71 Fussenegger, Uli Scelsi Projekt ➜ 73


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G Galison, Peter Hall of Half-Life ➜ 33 Gau, Ghyslaine 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Garbin, Carlos Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Gartmayer, Susanna Dolomite Dub ➜ 74 Giblin, Tessa Bright Sign / Hall of Half-Life / Saint Jude’s Leftovers / Wolken lösen sich in Wasser / Future Perfect ➜ 12 / 33 / 44 / 45 / 51 Gilsbach, Anna Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18 Girisch, Manuel Dead or Alive ➜ 57 Girod, Elias 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Gjecaj, Bettina Heritage ➜ 48 Glettler, Hermann Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Gobernori, Santiago Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 Goger, Manfred Spin-Off ➜9 Golz, Dorothee Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Gorfer, Maggo Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Gottfarb, Alexander The Music of Sound ➜ 25 Gower, Daniel Life and Times ➜ 24 Grant, Giuseppe Spin-Off ➜9 Grupo Marea Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 Gschiel, Elisabeth Heritage ➜ 48 Guðnadóttir, Hildur Hildur Guðnadóttir / The International Nothing ➜ 75

Guirao, Manuel Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 Günther, Andrea Influences ➜ 10 H Hafedh, Yasmin Dead or Alive ➜ 57 Hageböck, Matthias Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18 Hagenbrock, Roman KnickKnack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 Hainzl, Joachim Recycled History ➜ 11 Halaby, Tarek Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Hake, Joachim Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Hampton, Ant Etiquette ➜ 17 Hanussek, Christian Chinafrika. Under Construction ➜ 31 Haug, Helgard Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18 Hauswirth, Ed. Black Moonshine ➜ 23 Hayes, Sharon Speech Acts ➜ 34 Heidenreich, Stefan Future Perfect ➜ 51 Heindl, Gabu Free Play ➜ 40 Heller, Charles Future Perfect ➜ 51 Henda, Kiluanji Kia Das ist nicht meine Geschichte! ➜ 43 Henke, Thomas Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38

Hermann, Laura Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Herr Finnland Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Herr Walanka Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Hierzegger, Johanna Black Moonshine ➜ 23 Hiti, Gabriela Black Moonshine ➜ 23 Höber, Mario Close Link ➜ 13 Hochreiter, Otto Recycled History ➜ 11 hoelb / hoeb Close Link ➜ 13 Hofer, Eva Maria Black Moonshine ➜ 23 Hölbling, Barbara Close Link ➜ 13 Hollinetz, Klaus Pure Elektronik ➜ 68 Hollmann, Hanna The Music of Sound ➜ 25 Holz, Georgia Speech Acts ➜ 34 Honetschläger, Edgar Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Hönig, Heinz Pure Elektronik ➜ 68 House of Butter Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Hrubeš, Romi Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Hulan, Dolores 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Hupfer, Joachim 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Hyvönen, Mikko Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30

I ibini Free Play ➜ 40 Ijsenhower, Dutzi Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Ingvartsen, Mette 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Itten, Andrea Heritage ➜ 48 J Janssens, Ann Veronica Golden Hours ( As you like it) ➜ 30 Johanson, Robert M. Life and Times ➜ 24 Jónsson, Bjarni Tiny Guy ➜ 29 Jorge Sánchez-Chiong Ackermann / Meier / SánchezChiong ➜ 71 Jungreithmeier, Marc Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18 K Kairus Collective What Remains ➜ 36 Kalitzke, Johannes Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra ➜ 70 Karawane Schabernack Ideenschmiede ➜ 54 Kasebacher, Thomas The Music of Sound ➜ 25 Kaufmann, Dieter Pure Elektronik ➜ 68 Kaup-Hasler, Veronica Close Link ➜ 1 / 13 Keogh, Sam Hall of Half-Life / Wolken lösen sich in Wasser ➜ 33 / 45 Ketev Reshaping Club Music ➜ 67

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Kipcak, Orhan Heritage ➜ 48 Klammer, Josef Nixe ➜ 66 Klement, Katharina Pure Elektronik ➜ 68 Klengel, Markus Black Moonshine ➜ 23 Klewar, Steffen Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 Klopf, Ulla Big Draw Graz ➜ 12 Klüver-Pfandtner, Georg Flash Forward / Luise 37 ➜ 15 / 19 Knebl, Jakob Lena Das ist nicht meine Geschichte! ➜ 43 Knilli, Lena Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Köhle, Markus Dead or Alive ➜ 57 Kölbl, Alois Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Komad, Zenita Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Köpping, Helmut Black Moonshine ➜ 23 Kötter, Daniel Chinafrika. Under Construction ➜ 31 Kottlett, Denise Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Kovacheva, Nina Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Krahn, Julia Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Kraus, Alon Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18

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Kriðpleir Theatre Group Tiny Guy ➜ 29 Kroesinger, Hans-Werner Future Perfect / herbst Academy ➜ 51 / 52 Kronman, Linda What Remains ➜ 36 Kudryavtsev, Vladimir Suite n°2 ➜ 28 Kühl, Christiane Future Perfect ➜ 51 Kunz, Anne-Catherine Golden Hours ( As you like it) ➜ 30 L La Société Anonyme What Remains ➜ 36 Lacoste, Joris Suite n°2 ➜ 28 Lafon, Emmanuelle Suite n°2 ➜ 28 Laggner, Anna-Katharina herbst Fragments ➜ 13 Lakova, Michaela What Remains ➜ 36 Lalej, Lahsen Spin-Off ➜9 Lambert Soundtracks ➜ 61 Lammer, Franz Ideenschmiede ➜ 54 Landergott, Laura KnickKnack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 Lang, Bernhard Pure Elektronik ➜ 68

Lang, Gudrun Heritage ➜ 48 Le Roux, Alejandro Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 Leclercq, Stéphane Suite n°2 ➜ 28 Lederer, Anton Das ist nicht meine Geschichte! ➜ 43 Lederwasch, Klaus Dead or Alive ➜ 57 Leduc, Florian Suite n°2 ➜ 28 Lefaivre, Liane Free Play ➜ 40 Lehofer, Rupert M. Black Moonshine ➜ 23 Lehr, Uwe Ophiopogon ➜ 22 Lehtovaara, Veli Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Lenaerts, Peter 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Leitner, Felix Retrokino ➜ 55 Leitner, Marleen Randnotizen ➜ 56 Lewis, Ligia Manuela 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Liima Soundtracks ➜ 60 Lindenbaum, Andreas Scelsi Projekt ➜ 73 The Lindy Cats Heritage ➜ 48 Liska, Pavol Life and Times ➜ 24 Liu, Wen ensemble recherche ➜ 72 López, Jorge E. Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra ➜ 70 Lozar, Stefan Heritage ➜ 48 Lucas, Nuno Suite n°2 ➜ 28

M Maeder, Marcus Nixe ➜ 66 Macé, Pierre-Yves Suite n°2 ➜ 28 Macho, Thomas Close Link ➜ 13 Maier, Gudrun Luise 37 ➜ 19 Mair, Clemens An artist is an artist is an artist is a female artist ➜ 39 Makovec, Margarethe Das ist nicht meine Geschichte! ➜ 43 Malondra, Mateu Nixe ➜ 66 Mandl, Nino Der Nino aus Wien / Natalie Ofenböck ➜ 62 Manfra, Margherita Spin-Off ➜9 Mansoux, Aymeric What Remains ➜ 36 Martin, Gottfried Pure Elektronik ➜ 68 Martin, Judith Suite n°2 ➜ 28 Matijevic, Barbara Suite n°2 ➜ 28 Meier, Philipp Ackermann / Meier / Sánchez-Chiong ➜ 71 Melzer-Azodanloo, Nora Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 Mercuriali, Silvia Etiquette ➜ 17 Merli, Franz Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 metroZones Chinafrika. Under Construction ➜ 31


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Minetti, Mauricio Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 Moder, Johanna Flash Forward ➜ 15 Mohammadi, Maryam Recycled History ➜ 11 Mohiti Asli, Nasrin Spin-Off ➜9 Molinari, Ernesto Scelsi Projekt ➜ 73 Moser, Michaela Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 Moss, Robb Hall of Half-Life ➜ 33 Mraček, Wenzel Es ist so, wie es scheint ➜ 47 Multanen, Heta Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen ➜7 Musil, Wolfgang Pure Elektronik ➜ 68

N Naierman, Dany Life and Times ➜ 24 Naprushkina, Marina Das ist nicht meine Geschichte! ➜ 43 Nature Theater of Oklahoma Life and Times ➜ 24 Navaridas, Marta The Music of Sound ➜ 25 Nesterval Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Neugebauer, Christof Heritage ➜ 48 Neuhold, Alois Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 New, Sophia herbst Fragments ➜ 13 Neyman, Danny 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Niedermayr, Susanna musikprotokoll 2015 ➜ 64 Nigrini, Peter Life and Times ➜ 24 Nilsson, Molly Soundtracks ➜ 61 Noeth, Sandra Close Link ➜ 13 Normand, Olivier Suite n°2 ➜ 28 Nowak, Anna Maria The Music of Sound ➜ 25 Nussembaum, Andrea Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26

O Oberhuber, Karin An artist is an artist is an artist is a female artist ➜ 39 Oblak, Renate Heritage ➜ 48 Ofenböck, Natalie Der Nino aus Wien / Natalie Ofenböck ➜ 62 Önen, Isben Free Play ➜ 40 orizzontale Spin-Off ➜9 Ortega Bejarano, Sandra Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Ortner, Nina Luise 37 ➜ 19 Osterider, Martin Heritage ➜ 48 Özbaş, Ali Recycled History ➜ 11 P Paci, Adrian Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Pakesch, Peter Corporate ➜ 42 Pantaleoni, Roberto Spin-Off ➜9 Pape, Norbert 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Pasajera Oscura Reshaping Club Music ➜ 67 Paydar, Keyvan Heritage ➜ 48 Penkova, Elizaveta Golden Hours ( As you like it) ➜ 30 Pensotti, Mariano Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 Pérennès, Marc Suite n°2 ➜ 28 Peschke, Anna Ophiopogon / Randnotizen ➜ 22 / 56

Pettersson, Pontus 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Petrowitsch, Karin Heritage ➜ 48 Pezzani, Lorenzo Future Perfect ➜ 51 Pichner, Caspar Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 plan b herbst Fragments ➜ 13 Plöckinger, Othmar herbst. Theorie zur Praxis 2015 ➜ 56 Pollyester Soundtracks ➜ 59 Pomàrico, Emilio Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen ➜7 Pöschl, Magdalena Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 Prügger, Gerhard Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Puntigam, Johann herbst Fragments ➜ 13

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Q Quickert, Anja Close Link ➜ 13 R Rabl, Günther Pure Elektronik ➜ 68 Die Rabtaldirndln Luise 37 ➜ 19 Ragazzo, Stefano Spin-Off ➜9 Rastl, Lisa Free Play ➜ 40 Rath, Gernot Off the Records ➜ 46 Rauchenberger, Johannes Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Reder, Christian Close Link ➜ 13 Reinisch, Arnold Es ist so, wie es scheint ➜ 47 Reiterer, Ulrich A. herbst remixed ➜ 55 Reiterer, Werner Reliqte, Reloaded / Off the Records ➜ 38 / 46 Rickli, Hannes Nixe ➜ 66 Riedl, Robert Heritage ➜ 48 Rimini Protokoll Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 / herbst Academy ➜ 18 / 53 Ritsch, Winfried Pure Elektronik ➜ 68 Rittano, Agustín Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 Ritter, Madeline Future Perfect ➜ 51 Robertson, Joanne Soundtracks ➜ 62

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Romirer, Christina Helena Black Moonshine ➜ 23 Rosas Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Rosegger, Rainer Ideenschmiede ➜ 54 Rosenfeld, Elske Speech Acts ➜ 34 Rotozaza Etiquette ➜ 17 RSO Vienna Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra ➜ 70 S Sadakane, Keiko Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Sánchez–Chiong, Jorge Ackermann / Meier / SánchezChiong ➜ 71 Sarkissian, Hrair To What End? ➜ 41 Sauermilch, Daniel KnickKnack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft ➜ 27 Sautner, Lyane Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 Schaltin, Luc Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Scheib, Christian musikprotokoll 2015 / Nixe ➜ 64 / 66 Schink, Claudia Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Schitnig, Michael Randnotizen ➜ 56

Schlatte, Gregor Heritage ➜ 48 Schlegel, Heidrun Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18 Schlick, Jörg Jörg Schlick ➜ 35 Schneeberger, Roman Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Schneider, Manfred Future Perfect ➜ 51 Schoibl, Herbert Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 Schörkhuber, Christine Nixe ➜ 66 Schroth, Kerstin 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Schuster, Grit Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18 Schwab, Vinzenz Pure Elektronik ➜ 68 Schwalb, Lisa Flash Forward ➜ 15 Schwob, Jani Es ist so, wie es scheint ➜ 47 Seemann, Michael Future Perfect ➜ 51 Seidl, Walter To What End? / Future Perfect / herbst Academy ➜ 41 / 51 / 52 Senni, Lorenzo Reshaping Club Music ➜ 67 Siewert, Martin Scelsi Projekt ➜ 73 Silberschneider, Johannes Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen ➜7 Simitzis, Sofia Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen ➜7

Sperlich, Stephan The Music of Sound ➜ 25 Spielmann, Max Heritage ➜ 48 Spremberg, Christian Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18 Stampfer, Julian herbst remixed ➜ 55 Staud, Johannes Maria Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen / ensemble recherche ➜ 7 / 72 Steiner, Christoph Dead or Alive ➜ 57 Steiner, Viktoria Dead or Alive ➜ 57 Stern, Joachim Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 Streuselberger, Roman The Music of Sound ➜ 25 Stripeland Influences ➜ 10 Strobl, Edda Heritage ➜ 48 Strobl, Gerda Luise 37 ➜ 19 Stroblak Heritage ➜ 48 Struyf, Tom Vergeetstuk ➜ 20 studio Asynchrome Randnotizen ➜ 56


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T Teichtmeister, Elisa Happy Clothes Swapping ➜ 57 Teichtmeister, Jasmin Happy Clothes Swapping ➜ 57 Tenenbaum, Hagar 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 The Loose Collective The Music of Sound ➜ 25 Theater im Bahnhof Black Moonshine ➜ 23 Thieke, Michael Hildur Guðnadóttir / The International Nothing ➜ 75 Thyes, Myriam Heritage ➜ 48 Tiikkainen, Minna 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Timm, Inga Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen ➜7 Tirantte, Mariana Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 Tomorrows Thoughts Today Future Perfect ➜ 51 Triegel, Michael Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Troger, Gustav Wolken lösen sich in Wasser ➜ 45 Trotman, Sam Influences ➜ 10 Troyer, Ulrich Dolomite Dub ➜ 74 Trummer, Norbert Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Tschaikner, Elke musikprotokoll 2015 / Nixe ➜ 64 / 66 Türeli, Volkan Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 ➜ 18

U Ursin, Marie 7 Pleasures ➜ 16 Ursprung, Eva Heritage ➜ 48 V Vainer, Diego Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 Vallina, Julieta Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 Van Aerschot, Anne Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 van Brummelen, Lonnie Hall of Half-Life ➜ 33 van der Kleij, Danny What Remains ➜ 36 van de Ven, Lidwien Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Vardarou, Georgia Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Vasil, Peter herbst Fragments ➜ 13 Vilalta, Helena herbst. Theorie zur Praxis 2015 ➜ 56 Vilhjálmsson, Árni Tiny Guy ➜ 29 Vittucci, Teresa The Music of Sound ➜ 25 Vlahos, Vangelis To What End? ➜ 41 Vlassakakis, Alkis Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval ➜ 21 Vuksic, Valentina Nixe ➜ 66

W Wagnest, Matta Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Wasser, Florencia Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro ➜ 26 Weichselbaum, Barbara Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ➜ 54 Wetzel, Daniel Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 / herbst Academy ➜ 18 / 53 Wilfling, Markus Heritage ➜ 48 Winderen, Jana Nixe ➜ 66 Windisch, Tschif Dead or Alive ➜ 57 Winkler, Josef Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen ➜7 Winklhofer, Eduard Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Witek, Anita Es ist so, wie es scheint ➜ 47 Worrall, Kristin Life and Times ➜ 24

Y Youn, Sue-Yeon Golden Hours (As you like it) ➜ 30 Young Fathers Soundtracks ➜ 60 Young, Liam Future Perfect ➜ 51 Yun, Vina herbst. Theorie zur Praxis 2015 ➜ 56 Z Zaman, Daniel Amin Reliqte, Reloaded ➜ 38 Zhen, Xu Corporate ➜ 42 Zimmer, Fränk What Remains / musikprotokoll 2015 / Nixe ➜ 36 / 64 / 66 Zingerle, Andreas What Remains ➜ 36 Zöllinger, Susanne Dead or Alive ➜ 57 zweite liga für kunst und kultur Heritage ➜ 48

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services & tickets

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Information and Ticket Offices Graz

16/09 – 25/09 Mon – Sun 10.00 – 18.00

Information & Tickets p +43 316 81 60 70 tickets@steirischerherbst.at

Online tickets

Information and Ticket Office at GrazMuseum Sackstraße 18 / 8010 Graz p +43 316 81 60 70

Advance ticket offices

22/10 – 11/01/2016 Wed – Mon 10.00 – 17.00 Exhibition Ticket Office Sackstraße 18 / 8010 Graz

Graz

Vordernberg

www.steirischerherbst.at/tickets

Ticketzentrum Kaiser-Josef-Platz 10 / 8010 Graz p +43 316 8000

Hart bei Graz

Firma Bratl Josef Pachern-Hauptstraße 90 / 8075 Hart bei Graz

Leoben

Stadtinformation / Zentralkartenbüro Hauptplatz 12 / 8700 Leoben

Vordernberg

Gemeindeamt Hauptplatz 2 / 8794 Vordernberg

Wien

MQ Point / Info-Tickets-Shop at MuseumsQuartier Wien Museumsplatz 1 / 1070 Wien And at all oeticket advance ticket offices.

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26/09 – 18/10 Wed – Mon 10.00 – 21.00 & Tue 10.00 – 18.00

Sat 03/10 & Sun 04/10, Fri 16/10 & Sat 17/10 13.00 – 19.30 Information and Ticket Office at Barbarasäle Viktor-Zack-Straße 6 / 8794 Vordernberg p +43 316 81 60 70 Credit cards We accept American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and Visa. Box offices Box offices open one hour before the start of events at the venues. 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. In the case of sold-out events, uncollected tickets will be made available. Please note that late comers cannot be admitted.

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. Please show proof of your eligibility for discount without having to be asked. Tickets cannot be exchanged or returned after purchase. Discounts cannot be claimed retrospectively. Not all reduced price categories may be available for cooperations or when buying tickets in advance. Proof of eligibility to discounts must be furnished when you collect your tickets and on admission. 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 information and ticket offices 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 //graztourismus.at


Exchange Steiermark° Visit a theatre / dance / performance show at two different cities in Styria and get 20 % discount on your tickets.

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ticket prices

Johannes Maria Staud / Josef Winkler Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen Mette Ingvartsen 7 Pleasures Rimini Protokoll Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2

regular

minus 20 %

24

19 14

18

14 12

33 – 3.50

Die Rabtaldirndln Luise 37

18

Tom Struyf Vergeetstuk

reduced

16.50 – 3

14 12

8

Nesterval Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval

18

Theater im Bahnhof Black Moonshine

18

14 12

Nature Theater of Oklahoma Life and Times – Episodes 7 - 8 - 9 18

14 12

The Loose Collective The Music of Sound

18

14 12

14 12

Mariano Pensotti / Grupo Marea Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro 18

14

12

copy & waste Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft 18

14

12

Encyclopédie de la parole / Joris Lacoste Suite n°2

18

14 12

Friðgeir Einarsson / Kriðpleir Theatre Group Tiny Guy

18

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas Golden Hours (As you like it) 24 Soundtracks single ticket

14 12 19

14

8

Soundtracks package 40 musikprotokoll Festival pass

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musikprotokoll Day pass Thu 08/10 & Sat 10/10

18

12

musikprotokoll Day pass Fri 09/10

24

14

musikprotokoll Day pass Sun 11/10

14

10

herbst exhibition Hall of Half-Life & Bright Sign

5 3

Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien Jörg Schlick Grazer Kunstverein AA Bronson

4 3 3.50 2

Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten Reliqte, Reloaded

5 3

Camera Austria To What End?

9 3

Kunsthaus Graz Corporate Long Night of Museums Sat 03/10

9 3 13

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° These special discounts are available at all information and ticket offices when you book the events simultaneously.

Double Feature° Visit two theatre / dance / performance shows on one weekend and get 20 % discount on your tickets.

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Theatre / Performance / Dance

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Talks & introductions

education

Following selected performances, we invite you – together with the steirischer herbst programming team and the artists – to discuss their work. For groups, if requested in good time, we can also organise special introductions to all stage productions.

Workshops

The aim of the steirischer herbst education programme is to create a relationship between artists and the audience by means of a highly varied programme and interdisciplinary formats. Widening the range of venues in Styria has also added an exciting programme rich in variety to the festival’s outreach activities, equally enabling us to address a broader public and reach new audience groups. In addition to creating a dialogue between you and the participating artists, curators and other people involved in the projects, we have also created a platform for any questions and feedback in the form of introductions, guided tours and discussion forums. Numerous workshops also offer opportunities for an active examination of the projects and productions billing at steirischer herbst. We invite school classes of all ages, all other students, clubs and companies to take part in cultural excursions and also provide assistance in creating a programme and organising meetings and discussions with artists and curators. We will do our best to fulfill your individual wishes. With the aid of our extensive education programme our aim is to cater for the special interests and needs of different visitor groups. A selection of available formats is presented in the following sections. Project sponsor HUMANIC

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Geschichte im Spiegel der Kunst In the journalistic writing workshop “Geschichte im Spiegel der Kunst” (History as reflected in art), Thomas Trenkler, cultural editor of the Kurier daily newspaper, joins sixth-form students to elaborate reports pertaining to the production “Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2” by Rimini Protokoll. ➜ 18 Spielimpulse In the “Spielimpulse” workshop led by the young choreographer Simon Mayer, groups can approach this year’s leitmotif in a physical, playful manner, examining the aesthetic devices of contemporary dance performances. Migration on Tour The travelling exhibition “Migration on Tour” of the Democracy Centre Vienna is a show designed for young people that deals with current questions connected with asylum, right of residence and integration policy. It is available for booking by educational and art institutions in the Leoben district through steirischer herbst and is intended to encourage a more in-depth analysis of the piece “Black Moonshine” by the Theater im Bahnhof company in Vordernberg. There will also be workshops on the exhibition, some with guided tours, for teachers and school-goers. ➜ 23 Spielraum Sat 17/10, 10.00 – 13.00 Porubsky Halle Leoben Guided by Spielwiese Leoben, the “Spielraum” workshop participants will engage in theatre-pedagogy games to examine questions of their own visions of the future, utopias, and perception of space and stage.


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Wed 30/09, 17.00 < rotor > Talk with Anton Lederer & Orhan Kipcak

Visual arts Tours

As part of the herbst exhibitions in Graz and Leoben, it is also possible to book guided tours and discussions specially put together for specific age groups and interests in addition to the scheduled dates for guided tours for groups. No registration is required for the scheduled guided tour dates. Hall of Half-Life Mon 28/09, Mon 05/10, Mon 12/10, 18.00 28/09 – 11/01/2016, Sundays 15.00 Festival centre at GrazMuseum Information and registration: grazmuseum@stadt.graz.at 2 € / person

Thu 01/10, 18.00 Festival centre Talk with Sibylle Dienesch & Reni Hofmüller Sun 04/10, 11.00 Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz Talk with Orhan Kipcak & Markus Bogensberger Tue 06/10, 18.00 Camera Austria Talk with Walter Seidl & Anton Lederer Wed 07/10, 19.00 esc medien kunst labor Talk with Reni Hofmüller & Katrin Bucher Trantow

In collaboration with GrazMuseum

Thu 08/10, 18.00 Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien Talk with Sandro Droschl & Krist Gruijthuijsen

Wolken lösen sich in Wasser Sat 03/10 & Sun 04/10, 15.00 Porubsky Halle Leoben

Sat 10/10, 11.00 Kunsthalle Graz Talk with Wenzel Mraček & Sandro Droschl

Information and registration: mayer@steirischerherbst.at Free of charge

Mon 12/10, 18.00 ORF Landesstudio Steiermark Talk with Gernot Rath & Reni Hofmüller

Talking Art

The talks between curators and project managers in which the public can also take part, not only feature background information on the exhibitions, but also enbale a discussion about the various approaches and perceptions of the artists on show. Participation is free. Entrance fees, if applicable, are not included. No reservation is necessary. Mon 28/09, 19.00 QL-Galerie Talk with Edgar Honetschläger, Johannes Rauchenberger & Alois Kölbl Tue 29/09, 18.00 Haus der Architektur Talk with Markus Bogensberger & Wenzel Mraček

Tue 13/10, 19.00 Grazer Kunstverein Talk with Krist Gruijthuijsen & Walter Seidl Wed 14/10, 19.00 Forum Stadtpark Talk with Andreas Heller & Johannes Rauchenberger Thu 15/10, 18.00 Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten Talk with Johannes Rauchenberger & Johanna Grützbauch Sat 17/10, 11.00 Kunsthaus Graz Talk with Monika Holzer-Kernbichler & Heidrun Primas

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education Workshops Worte finden At the “Worte finden” writing workshop, Christoph Hartner, cultural editor of Krone Zeitung, discusses what linguistic devices can be used to critically reflect on the impressions and discoveries of a visit to the herbst exhibition. Spurensuche A playful exhibition walking tour for young visitor groups, the “Spurensuche” format sets out in search of answers to unusual questions, journeying to various festival venues around the city centre of Graz – honing visitors’ attention and perception and enabling not only artistic, but also local discoveries. Upcycling Workshop Fri 09/10 & Fri 16/10, 15.00 – 18.00 Porubsky Halle Leoben In the “Upcycling Workshop” by the Raum macht Schule association at the Porubsky Halle in Leoben, young people can join in to make and create new things from old, discarded material. The aim is to inspire young people to leave the familiar paths of our throwaway society and to conceive unusual object designs.

Guided Tours

On three Saturdays, the KUNST.WERK association offers an alternating programme of guided tours of the festival exhibitions. Participation is free as a service of steirischer herbst. Entrance fees, if applicable, are not included. No reservation is necessary. Sat 03/10, 14.00 – 17.00 Meeting point: Forum Stadtpark Forum Stadtpark “Speech Acts” / Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien “Jörg Schlick” / Grazer Kunstverein “AA Bronson” / esc medien kunst labor “What Remains”

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Sat 10/10, 14.00 – 17.00 Meeting point: < rotor > < rotor > “Das ist nicht meine Geschichte!” / Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten “Reliqte, Reloaded” / Camera Austria “To What End?” / Festival centre “Hall of Half-Life” Sat 17/10, 14.00 – 17.00 Meeting point: Haus der Architektur Haus der Architektur “Free Play” / Kunsthaus Graz “Corporate” / the smallest gallery – collaboration space “An artist is an artist is an artist is a female artist” / Kunsthalle Graz “Es ist so, wie es scheint” / Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz “Heritage”

Film Was Hänschen verlernt Documentary films for children and young people Our film programme specially conceived for school classes takes an ambivalent look from the perspective of children and young people at the legacy of traditions, goals and possibilities left behind by parents and society. Where different things need space, it is necessary to throw the tried-andtested overboard – in keeping with this thought, twelve films deal with the idea of deliberately refusing to accept legacies. Curated by Gudrun Sommer With film presentations by Petra Erdmann, Roman Fasching and Gudrun Jöller


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Workshops Media education seminar The media education seminar by Carsten Siehl, media educator and film scholar, accompanying the film programme includes a programme preview and makes suggestions about how the films can be prepared and followed up in schools. Die Kunst der Moderation In the workshop “Die Kunst der Moderation” FM4 film critic and curator Petra Erdmann joins young people to discuss dramaturgical techniques for hosting a film programme. The participants can present the results of the workshop by hosting one of the film presentations themselves, supervised by Petra Erdmann. dox & shorts – Festival films on tour in Styria “dox & shorts – Festival films on tour in Styria” is a hosted film education programme for young people that will screen in Styria beyond the end of the festival – in cooperation with doxs! and the Diagonale film festival. In special cinema shows, this is a media education programme for schools that discusses the content of the films and the film medium. Curated by Barbara Pichler and Gudrun Sommer With film presentations by Roman Fasching herbstlichtspiele The hosted “herbstlichtspiele” film programme presents short films based on an experimental modus operandi, enabling groups of all ages to engage in a critical examination of the omnipresent film medium.

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

Architecture We’ll be happy to organise discussions and tours of this year’s festival centre for all age groups and interests.

Interdisciplinary Schlagzeilen machen The workshop “Schlagzeilen machen” is a fascinating format for an adult audience, eighteen up: headed by Evelyn Schalk, journalist and publisher of Grazer Wandzeitung ausreißer, the aim is to create a dedicated publication – the theme of which is linked to the steirischer herbst programme – with participants taking active part with their own contributions. Langer Tag der Flucht Taking off from the “Langer Tag der Flucht” (Long Day of Flight) – initiated by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees – steirischer herbst in cooperation with the association OMEGA – Transkulturelles Zentrum für psychische und physische Gesundheit und Integration is offering a special programme intended to examine the topic of refugees in an artistic manner.

General information For details about times, how to take part and registration procedure, please refer to www.steirischerherbst.at or our education programme brochure, which we will be happy to send to you free of charge. education@steirischerherbst.at

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11 Helmut List Halle ​​ Waagner-Biro-Straße 98a / 8020 Graz ➜ Bus number 85,

1 Festival centre at GrazMuseum Sackstraße 18 / 8010 Graz ➜ All tramlines, Hauptplatz / Congress stop

1a Information and Ticket Office at Festival centre ​​ Sackstraße 18 / 8010 Graz p +43 316 81 60 70 ➜ All tramlines, Hauptplatz / Congress stop

1b Bus stop Schloßbergbahn Talstation Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Kai 38 / 8010 Graz ➜ Tramlines 4 & 5, Schloßbergbahn stop

2 Camera Austria ​​ Kunsthaus Graz / Lendkai 1 / 8020 Graz //camera-austria.at ➜ Tramlines 1, 3, 6 & 7, Südtiroler Platz / Kunsthaus stop

3 Dom im Berg ​​ Schloßbergplatz / 8010 Graz ➜ Tramlines 4 & 5, Schloßbergplatz / Murinsel stop

4 Dreifaltigkeitskirche Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Kai 16 / 8010 Graz ➜ Tramlines 4 & 5, Schloßbergplatz / Murinsel stop

Dreierschützengasse / Helmut List Halle stop

5 esc medien kunst labor ​​ Palais Trauttmansdorff Bürgergasse 5 / 8010 Graz //esc.mur.at ➜ All tramlines, Hauptplatz / Congress stop, approx. 5 minutes‘ walk

6 Forum Stadtpark ​​ Stadtpark 1 / 8010 Graz //forum.mur.at ➜ Several lines, all 5 – 10 minutes‘

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13 Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten​​ Mariahilferplatz 3 / 8020 Graz //kultum.at ➜ Tramlines 1, 3, 6 & 7, Südtiroler

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7 generalmusikdirektion Grieskai 74a / 8010 Graz ➜ Several lines, all 5 – 10 minutes‘

14 Kunsthalle Graz ​​ Conrad-von-Hötzendorf-Straße 42a / 8010 Graz //kunsthallegraz.at ➜ Tramlines 4 & 5, Steyrergasse

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8 Grazer Kunstverein Palais Trauttmansdorff Burggasse 4 / 8010 Graz //grazerkunstverein.org ➜ All tramlines, Hauptplatz / Congress stop, approx. 5 minutes‘ walk

9 Haus der Architektur ​​ Palais Thinnfeld Mariahilferstraße 2 / 8020 Graz //hda-graz.at ➜ Tramlines 1, 3, 6 & 7, Südtiroler

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15 Kunsthaus Graz ​​ Lendkai 1 / 8020 Graz //kunsthausgraz.at ➜ Tramlines 1, 3, 6 & 7, Südtiroler Platz / Kunsthaus stop

16 Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien ​​ Burgring 2 / 8010 Graz //km-k.at ➜ Several lines, all 5 – 10 minutes‘

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10 Heimatsaal im Volkskundemuseum Paulustorgasse 13a / 8010 Graz ➜ All tramlines, Hauptplatz /

17 Lesliehof im Joanneumsviertel ​​ Raubergasse 10 / 8010 Graz ➜ All tramlines, Hauptplatz /

Congress stop and bus numbers 30, 39, 41, 58 & 63, approx. 5 minutes‘ walk

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12 Kasematten ​​ Schloßberg 9 / 8010 Graz ➜ Tramlines 4 & 5, Schloßbergbahn

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18 MUMUTH Haus für Musik und Musiktheater ​​ Lichtenfelsgasse 14 / 8010 Graz ➜ Tramlines 1 & 7,

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19 Murinsel ​​ Mariahilferplatz 1 / 8020 Graz ➜ Tramlines 1, 3, 6 & 7, Südtiroler

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Platz / Kunsthaus stop or tramlines 4 & 5, Schloßbergplatz / Murinsel stop

20 ORF Landesstudio Steiermark / Funkhausgalerie ​​ Marburger Straße 20 / 8042 Graz ➜ Bus number 64, ORF-Zentrum stop

21 Orpheum ​​ Orpheumgasse 8 / 8020 Graz ➜ Tramlines 1, 3, 6 & 7 and bus number 40, Roseggerhaus stop

22 QL-Galerie ​​ Leechgasse 24 / 8010 Graz //quartierleech.at ➜ Tramlines 1 & 7, Merangasse stop, approx. 5 minutes‘ walk

23 < rotor > Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst Volksgartenstraße 6a / 8020 Graz //rotor.mur.at ➜ Tramlines 1, 3, 6 & 7 and bus number 40, Roseggerhaus stop

24 ReSoWi Zentrum der Universität Graz ​​ Hörsaal 15.04 (Bauteil E) / Universitätsstraße 15 / 8010 Graz ➜ Bus numbers 58 & 63,

Salzburg – Graz – Salzburg 25 Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz Puchstraße 41 / 8020 Graz //schaumbad.mur.at ➜ Tramline 5, Dornschneidergasse stop

26 Schauspielhaus Graz ​​ Hofgasse 11 / 8010 Graz ➜ All tramlines, Hauptplatz / Congress stop, approx. 5 minutes‘ walk

27 Schubertkino ​​ Mehlplatz 2 / 8010 Graz ➜ All tramlines, Hauptplatz / Congress stop

28 tag.werk Mariahilferstraße 13 / 8020 Graz ➜ Tramlines 1, 3, 6 & 7, Südtiroler Platz / Kunsthaus stop

29 the smallest gallery – collaboration space ​​ Grieskai 2 / 8020 Graz //thesmallestgallery.mur.at ➜ Tramlines 1, 3, 6 & 7, Südtiroler Platz / Kunsthaus stop

Universität Graz stop

Information on public transport at www.busbahnbim.at

6.30 Departure Salzburg Hauptbahnhof / facing Schallmoos / Lastenstraße / 5020 Salzburg 21.15 Departure Graz bus stop Schloßbergbahn Talstation & 21.30 Helmut List Halle Registration until Thu 24/09: tickets@steirischerherbst.at / office@grazerkunstverein.org 25 € return journey / 15 € one way

Linz – Graz – Linz

7.00 Departure Linz Kunstuniversität Linz / Hauptplatz 8 / 4020 Linz 21.15 Departure Graz bus stop Schloßbergbahn Talstation & 21.30 Helmut List Halle Registration until Thu 24/09: tickets@steirischerherbst.at / forum@ufg.at 25 € return journey / 15 € one way

Wien – Graz – Wien

8.00 Departure Wien bus stop 59A / Opernring 1 / 1010 Wien 21.15 Departure Graz bus stop Schloßbergbahn Talstation & 21.30 Helmut List Halle Registration until Thu 24/09: tickets@steirischerherbst.at 20 € return journey / 10 € one way

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9 Kulturhalle Hart bei Graz ​​ Pachern-Hauptstraße 97 / 8075 Hart bei Graz ➜ Bus numbers 73U, 75U, 430 & 440, Hart bei Graz / Schule stop

10 oeticket advance ticket office ​​ Firma Bratl Josef Pachern-Hauptstraße 90 / 8075 Hart bei Graz ➜ Bus numbers 73U, 75U, 430 & 440, Hart bei Graz / Schule stop

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12.30 Departure Graz bus stop Schloßbergbahn Talstation 13.45 Stopover Leoben Porubsky Halle 21.30 Departure Vordernberg Barbarasäle

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Hart bei Graz Journey by Verbund Linie

When purchasing tickets for “Luise 37” you will receive tickets for the trip to the venue by public transport (Verbund Linie) from the information and ticket offices.

Registration until Thu 01/10: tickets@steirischerherbst.at Free of charge

Sun 11/10 Graz – Leoben – Graz

10.30 Departure Graz Hotel Europa Graz / Bahnhofgürtel 89 / 8020 Graz 18.00 Departure Leoben Porubsky Halle Registration until Fri 09/10: tickets@steirischerherbst.at Free of charge

Sat 17/10 Graz – Vordernberg – Graz

17.30 Departure Graz bus stop Schloßbergbahn Talstation 18.45 Stopover Leoben Porubsky Halle 21.30 Departure Vordernberg Barbarasäle Registration until Thu 15/10: tickets@steirischerherbst.at Free of charge Project sponsor Holding Graz

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Publisher

steirischer herbst festival gmbh Sackstraße 17 / 8010 Graz / Austria p +43 316 823 007 f +43 316 823 007 77 info@steirischerherbst.at www.steirischerherbst.at

Team

Director Veronica Kaup-Hasler / Managing Director Floridus Kaiser † / Festival Programming & Curator Kira Kirsch, Martin Baasch / Festival Programming Flori Gugger, Gerda Strobl / Project Dramaturgy Petra Pölzl / Curator Visual Arts Luigi Fassi / Artistic Assistant & Cooperation Projects Visual Arts Johanna Rainer / Conference programming Christiane Kühl / Curator Soundtracks Norman Palm / Head of Financial Department Anja Herman / Financial Department Angelika Raffer / Management Sabine Reisner / Office Management Stefanie Lazarus / Office Assistants Max Mann, Georg Herzog, Michael Pommer / Cleaning Danica Radat / Head of Project Management Dominik Jutz / Project Management Theresa Adamski, Elsa Chinese, Michael Doubek, Philipp Forthuber, Roland Gfrerer, Kirsten Patent, Birgit Pelzmann, Jakob Schweighofer, Barbara Thaler / Guest & Production Office Kathrin Lazarus / Technical Direction Karl Masten / Project Management Assistant Stefan Pfister / Drivers Bernd Birnbauer, Magdalena Gasser, Christian Jalen, Martin Rieger /

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Education Markus Boxler, Hannah Ertl, Ulli Mayer / Head of Communications & Marketing Andreas R. Peternell / Communications & Media Relations Heide Oberegger / Communications & Information and Ticket Office Martina Heil, Susanne Spörker / Communications Assistants Bernd Buchmasser, Lina Gärtner, Vesna Pajičić, Katharina Wiesler / Information and Ticket Office Gudrun Becker, Lisa Dreier, Anna Hartweger, Veronika Muchitsch, Isabel Zalami / Archive Martin Ladinig Sponsoring Eybesfeldsche Kulturmanagement Agentur – Christine Conrad-Eybesfeld / Sponsoring Assistant Ute Baumann / Graphic Design PalmerWatson, Atelier Neubacher / Photography J.J. Kucek, wolfgang silveri / Website Datendrang / Network Support Datenreisebüro, digitalis / Data Base Kaya Kipcak

Supervisory Board

Heinz Wietrzyk, Alexia Getzinger, Monika Isola, Gerald Kogler, Lisa Rücker, Gerhard Rüsch

Shareholders

Land Steiermark

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Flori Gugger, Martina Heil, Veronica KaupHasler, Andreas R. Peternell, Johanna Rainer, Tiz Schaffer, Susanne Spörker / Graphic Design PalmerWatson, Atelier Neubacher / Corrector Ursula Hogan / Printing Druckerei Dorrong / Paper LuxoSamtoffset, 115g

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p. 1 corn, p. 6 Heta Multanen, p. 8 orizzontale, p. 10 Yemisi Blake, p. 11 Joachim Hainzl, p. 14 Fourdummies, p. 15 & p. 19 J.J. Kucek, p. 16 Marc Coudrais, p. 17 Ant Hampton, p. 18 Rimini Protokoll, p. 20 Jonah Samyn, p. 21 Alexandra Thompson, p. 22 Anna Peschke, p. 23 Theater im Bahnhof, p. 24 Nature Theater of Oklahoma, p. 25 & p. 120 The Loose Collective, p. 26 Beniamin Boar, p. 27 copy & waste, p. 28 Joris Lacoste, p. 29 Hulda Sif Ásmundsdóttir, p. 30 Anne Van Aerschot, p. 31 Daniel Kötter, p. 32 Mikala Dwyer, “Garden of Half-Life”, 2014, Alejandra Canales, p. 34 Denzer, p. 35 Jörg Schlick, “Studio Lascaux 972”, 2005, p. 36 Fränk Zimmer, p. 37 AA Bronson, “Nature morte”, 2013, p. 38 Daniel Amin Zaman “Ecce Zaman”, 2010, Dorothee Golz, “Verkündigungsmaria / Mary of the Annunciation”, 2005, p. 39, Gunnar Meier, p. 40 Lisa Rastl, p. 41 Vangelis Vlahos, “The Bridge”, 2015, p. 42 Xu Zhen, “Eternity – Poseidon, pigeons”, 2014 (detail), p. 43 Kiluanji Kia Henda, “The Merchant of Venice”,

2010, p. 44 Mikala Dwyer, site visit, p. 45 Ulla von Brandenburg “Street, Play, Way”, 2014, p. 46 Werner Reiterer “Brille”, ca. 1999, p. 47 Anita Witek, “Reise der Fotografin (Studio day)”, 2008, p. 48 Behr / Osterider, p. 50 Created by Daily Overview, Image © 2015 DigitalGlobe, Inc., p. 58 Young Fathers, p. 59 Pamela Rußmann & Dieter Oitzinger, Pollyester, p. 60 Young Fathers, Aylin Güngör, p. 61 Jona Källgren, Chris Filippini, p. 62 Bruna Amaral, Pamela Rußmann, p. 63 Basia Polánska, Frank Schroeder, Yess Huerta, p. 64, p 66 & p. 69 ORF musikprotokoll, p. 65 David Pinzer, S. 67 Piotr Niepsuj, p. 68 IEM, p. 70 Lorenzo Castore, p. 72 Wen Liu, p. 73 Witten Festival, p. 74 Eva Kelety, p. 75 Antje Taiga Jandrig, Bernhard Gál Status 31/05/2015, subject to alterations. For further information please visit the regularly updated website www.steirischerherbst.at

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Fri 25/09

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➜ 38

15.00 Reliqte, Reloaded Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten

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12.30 AA Bronson Grazer Kunstverein

14.00 Fourdummies Flash Forward Phase 1 Festival centre

➜ 36

12.00 What Remains esc medien kunst labor

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➜ 35

13.30 Hall of Half-Life orizzontale Spin-Off Festival centre

➜ 34

11.00 Jörg Schlick Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien

Shuttle Service ➜ 93

10.00 Speech Acts Forum Stadtpark

Sat 26/09

15.00 Hall of Half-Life Tour Festival centre

14.30 Wolken lösen sich in Wasser Live Performances Porubsky Halle Leoben

14.00 Wolken lösen sich in Wasser Porubsky Halle Leoben

12.00 Saint Jude’s Leftovers Radwerk III Vordernberg

Shuttle Service ➜ 97

Sun 27/09

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➜ 45

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22.00 Opening party Helmut List Halle

➜7

19.30 Johannes Maria Staud / Josef Winkler Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen Helmut List Halle ➜7

➜ 41

➜ 42

➜ 43

17.00 To What End? Camera Austria 18.00 Corporate Kunsthaus Graz 19.00 Das ist nicht meine Geschichte! < rotor >

➜ 16

➜ 59

➜ 10

21.30 Mette Ingvartsen 7 Pleasures Dom im Berg 22.30 Soundtracks Die Buben im Pelz Kunsthaus Graz / Space04

Long-term events from 14.00 Phoebe Davies Influences Festival centre

19.30 Johannes Maria Staud / Josef Winkler Specter of the Gardenia oder Der Tag wird kommen Talk following Helmut List Halle ➜7

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16.30 Free Play Haus der Architektur

16.00 An artist is an artist is an artist is a female artist the smallest gallery – collaboration space ➜ 39

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➜ 45

➜ 16

➜ 47

➜ 15

14.30 – 17.00 Fourdummies Flash Forward Phase 1 Porubsky Halle Leoben

14.30 – 21.00 Rotozaza / Ant Hampton / Silvia Mercuriali Etiquette Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 17

➜ 10

Long-term events from 14.00 Phoebe Davies Influences Festival centre

20.00 Heritage Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz ➜ 48

19.30 Mette Ingvartsen 7 Pleasures Talk following Dom im Berg

19.00 Es ist so, wie es scheint Kunsthalle Graz

19.00 Der Nino aus Wien / Natalie Ofenböck Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 62

18.00 Off the Records ORF Landesstudio Steiermark

18.00 Wolken lösen sich in Wasser Live Performances Porubsky Halle Leoben

herbst exhibitions opening hours ➜ 33


18.00 Talking Art Haus der Architektur

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➜ 10

Long-term events from 14.00 Phoebe Davies Influences Festival centre

Tue 29/09

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19.00 Talking Art QL-Galerie

18.00 Hall of Half-Life Tour Festival centre

Mon 28/09

herbst exhibitions opening hours ➜ 33

Thu 01/10

Fri 02/10

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➜ 33 / 89 16.00 Nature Theater of Oklahoma Life and Times – Episodes 7 - 8 - 9 Schubertkino ➜ 24

15.00 Hall of Half-Life Tour Festival centre

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15.00 Wolken lösen sich in Wasser Tour Porubsky Halle Leoben

15.00 Wolken lösen sich in Wasser Tour Porubsky Halle Leoben

➜ 15

➜ 13

13.00 hoelb / hoeb Close Link Festival centre 14.00 – 17.00 Fourdummies Flash Forward Phase 1 Barbarasäle Vordernberg

➜ 89

11.00 Talking Art Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz

14.30 Nesterval Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval Hauptplatz Vordernberg ➜ 21

➜ 15

14.00 – 17.00 Fourdummies Flash Forward Phase 1 Barbarasäle Vordernberg

➜ 48

10.00 Heritage Art Brunch Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz

Sun 04/10

14.30 Nesterval Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval Hauptplatz Vordernberg ➜ 21

➜ 90

14.00 Guided Tour Meeting point: Forum Stadtpark

Shuttle Service ➜ 97

Sat 03/10


➜ 89

➜ 10

from 14.00 Phoebe Davies Influences Festival centre

from 14.00 Phoebe Davies Influences Festival centre ➜ 10

Long-term events 9.00 – 13.00 Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut ReSoWi Zentrum der Universität Graz ➜ 54

➜ 63

22.30 Soundtracks / DJs Anastasia Filipovna Festival centre

Long-term events 9.30 – 18.00 Grundrechtstag 2015 – Armut Heimatsaal im Volkskundemuseum ➜ 54

➜ 20

21.30 Tom Struyf Vergeetstuk Festival centre

16.00 – 20.00 Anna Peschke Ophiopogon Raithaus Vordernberg

from 14.00 Phoebe Davies Influences Festival centre

➜ 22

➜ 10

➜ 12

Long-term events 13.00 – 18.00 Big Draw Graz Festival centre

➜ 20

➜ 23

➜ 59

21.30 Tom Struyf Vergeetstuk Festival centre Talk following

➜ 61

21.30 Soundtracks Lambert Festival centre

➜ 19

22.30 Soundtracks Pollyester Kunsthaus Graz / Space04

19.30 Theater im Bahnhof Black Moonshine Barbarasäle Vordernberg

➜ 19

➜ 89

19.30 Die Rabtaldirndln Luise 37 Kulturhalle Hart bei Graz

19.30 Die Rabtaldirndln Luise 37 Kulturhalle Hart bei Graz

17.00 Talking Art < rotor >

19.30 Rimini Protokoll / Helgard Haug / Daniel Wetzel Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 Schauspielhaus Graz ➜ 18

19.30 Rimini Protokoll / Helgard Haug / Daniel Wetzel Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 Talk following Schauspielhaus Graz ➜ 18

➜ 48

19.30 Rimini Protokoll / Helgard Haug / Daniel Wetzel Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, Band 1 & 2 Schauspielhaus Graz ➜ 18

16.00 City Tour & Reading Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz

Wed 30/09

18.00 Talking Art Festival centre

16.00 – 20.00 Anna Peschke Ophiopogon Raithaus Vordernberg

Long-term events 14.00 – 18.00 Modezirkus Happy Clothes Swapping Collection day Porubsky Halle Leoben

19.30 Theater im Bahnhof Black Moonshine Barbarasäle Vordernberg

➜ 22

➜ 57

➜ 23


18.00 Talking Art Camera Austria

Tue 06/10

18.00 Hall of Half-Life Tour Festival centre

Mon 05/10

➜ 89

➜ 33 / 89

➜ 66

➜ 11

➜ 89

➜ 66

18.00 Nixe / The harbour Opening Lesliehof im Joanneumsviertel

18.00 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History Reading Festival centre

18.00 Talking Art Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien

19.00 Nixe / The ship Opening Murinsel

herbst exhibitions opening hours ➜ 33

Thu 08/10

➜ 68

➜ 19

➜ 11

19.30 Mariano Pensotti Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro MUMUTH ➜ 26

19.30 Die Rabtaldirndln Luise 37 Kulturhalle Hart bei Graz Talk following

18.00 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History Reading Festival centre

17.00 musikprotokoll to go Ö1 Kulturjournal & Ö1 Spielräume Lesliehof im Joanneumsviertel ➜ 69

15.00 Pure Elektronik Kasematten

Fri 09/10

➜ 90

➜ 15

➜ 68

14.00 Guided Tour Meeting point: < rotor > 14.00 Fourdummies Flash Forward Phase 2 Meeting point: Porubsky Halle Leoben 15.00 Pure Elektronik Kasematten

➜ 19

19.30 ensemble recherche Helmut List Halle

➜ 72

19.30 Mariano Pensotti Cuando vuelva a casa voy a ser otro Talk following MUMUTH ➜ 26

19.30 Die Rabtaldirndln Luise 37 Kulturhalle Hart bei Graz

➜ 11

➜ 89

11.00 Talking Art Kunsthalle Graz

18.00 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History Reading Festival centre

➜ 69

10.05 musikprotokoll to go Ö1 Klassiktreffpunkt Lesliehof im Joanneumsviertel

Sat 10/10

15.00 Hall of Half-Life Tour Festival centre

15.00 Pure Elektronik Kasematten

13.00 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History Discussion Festival centre

Shuttle Service ➜ 97

Sun 11/10

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➜ 68

➜ 11


➜ 89

➜ 61

19.00 Talking Art esc medien kunst labor

21.30 Soundtracks Molly Nilsson Festival centre

Wed 07/10 ➜ 25

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➜ 67

➜ 67

➜ 67

➜ 65

➜ 66

➜ 66

➜ 11

19.30 The Loose Collective The Music of Sound Dom im Berg

20.00 Reshaping Club Music Assimilation Prozess generalmusikdirektion

21.30 Reshaping Club Music Passjera Oscura generalmusikdirektion

22.30 Reshaping Club Music Ketev generalmusikdirektion

23.00 Reshaping Club Music Lorenzo Senni generalmusikdirektion

Long-term events 10.00 – 17.00 Nigredo Kunsthaus Graz

10.00 – 19.00 Nixe / The ship Murinsel

10.00 – 19.00 Nixe / The harbour Lesliehof im Joanneumsviertel

13.00 – 21.00 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History Festival centre

➜ 63

➜ 90

➜ 54

15.00 – 21.00 Ideenschmiede Porubsky Halle Leoben

➜ 11

15.00 – 18.00 Upcycling Workshop Porubsky Halle Leoben

13.00 – 21.00 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History Festival centre

14.30 – 21.00 Rotozaza / Ant Hampton / Silvia Mercuriali Etiquette Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 17

➜ 11

13.00 – 21.00 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History Festival centre

11.00 – 19.00 Future Perfect Heimatsaal im Volkskundemuseum ➜ 51

➜ 66

➜ 66

10.00 – 19.00 Nixe / The ship Murinsel 10.00 – 19.00 Nixe / The harbour Lesliehof im Joanneumsviertel

➜ 65

➜ 74

➜ 60

Long-term events 10.00 – 17.00 Nigredo Kunsthaus Graz

22.30 Ulrich Troyer Dolomite Dub Helmut List Halle

➜ 73

➜ 25

14.30 – 21.00 Rotozaza / Ant Hampton / Silvia Mercuriali Etiquette Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 17

➜ 66

➜ 66

10.00 – 19.00 Nixe / The ship Murinsel 10.00 – 19.00 Nixe / The harbour Lesliehof im Joanneumsviertel

➜ 65

Long-term events 10.00 – 17.00 Nigredo Kunsthaus Graz

23.00 Teresa Carrasco Radiazione di corpo nero Helmut List Halle ➜ 71

22.30 Soundtracks / DJs DJ Obstalat Festival centre

22.30 Soundtracks Young Fathers Kunsthaus Graz / Space04

21.30 Scelsi Projekt Helmut List Halle

19.30 Christian Fennesz / Jorge E. López Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra Helmut List Halle ➜ 70 22.00 Ackermann / Meier / Sánchez-Chiong Helmut List Halle ➜ 71

21.30 The Loose Collective The Music of Sound Talk following Dom im Berg

19.30 Wolken lösen sich in Wasser Live Performance by Marcio Carvalho & artist talk Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 45

➜ 57

➜ 11

➜ 51

➜ 66

➜ 66

➜ 65

14.30 – 21.00 Rotozaza / Ant Hampton / Silvia Mercuriali Etiquette Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 17

14.00 – 18.00 Modezirkus Happy Clothes Swapping Collection day Porubsky Halle Leoben

13.00 – 21.00 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History Festival centre

12.00 – 18.00 Future Perfect Porubsky Halle Leoben

10.00 – 19.00 Nixe / The harbour Lesliehof im Joanneumsviertel

10.00 – 19.00 Nixe / The ship Murinsel

Long-term events 10.00 – 17.00 Nigredo Kunsthaus Graz

20.30 Hildur Guðnadóttir / The International Nothing The International Nothing Dreifaltigkeitskirche ➜ 75

19.30 Hildur Guðnadóttir / The International Nothing Hildur Guðnadóttir Dreifaltigkeitskirche ➜ 75


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18.00 Hall of Half-Life Tour Festival centre

19.00 Talking Art Grazer Kunstverein

Tue 13/10

Long-term events 13.00 – 21.00 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History Festival centre

➜ 11

➜ 89

18.00 Talking Art ORF Landesstudio Steiermark ➜ 89

➜ 11

18.00 Joachim Hainzl Recycled History Reading Festival centre

Mon 12/10

➜ 89

19.30 copy & waste Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft Talk following tag.werk ➜ 27

19.30 Encyclopédie de la parole / Joris Lacoste Suite n°2 Orpheum ➜ 28

18.00 Talking Art Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten

Nixe musikprotokoll ➜ 66

Thu 15/10

➜ 23 19.30 copy & waste Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft tag.werk ➜ 27

19.30 Theater im Bahnhof Black Moonshine Talk following Barbarasäle Vordernberg

19.30 Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas Golden Hours (As you like it) Helmut List Halle ➜ 30

14.30 Nesterval Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval Hauptplatz Vordernberg ➜ 21

herbst exhibitions opening hours ➜ 33

Fri 16/10

➜ 15

➜ 89

➜ 23 19.30 copy & waste Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft tag.werk ➜ 27

19.30 Theater im Bahnhof Black Moonshine Barbarasäle Vordernberg

19.30 Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas Golden Hours (As you like it) Talk following Helmut List Halle ➜ 30

Shuttle Service ➜ 97

14.30 Nesterval Die Heimkehr der Eleonore Nesterval Hauptplatz Vordernberg ➜ 21

14.00 Guided Tour Meeting point: Haus der Architektur ➜ 90

13.00 Fourdummies Flash Forward Phase 2 Meeting point: Barbarasäle Vordernberg

11.00 Talking Art Kunsthaus Graz

Sat 17/10

18.30 Nixe / The ship Closing Murinsel

15.00 Hall of Half-Life Tour Festival centre

12.00 Last Brunch Festival centre

Sun 18/10

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➜ 89

➜ 62

➜ 27

21.30 Soundtracks Joanne Robertson Festival centre

Long-term events 15.00 – 19.00 copy & waste Cupcakes & Time Travel tag.werk

19.30 copy & waste Knick-Knack to the Future – Ruckzuck in die Zukunft tag.werk ➜ 27

19.00 Talking Art Forum Stadtpark

Wed 14/10

Long-term events 15.00 – 19.00 copy & waste Cupcakes & Time Travel tag.werk ➜ 27

21.30 Friðgeir Einarsson / Kriðpleir Theatre Group Tiny Guy Dom im Berg ➜ 29

➜ 63

➜ 90

➜ 27

➜ 22

15.00 – 18.00 Upcycling Workshop Porubsky Halle Leoben 15.00 – 19.00 copy & waste Cupcakes & Time Travel tag.werk 16.00 – 20.00 Anna Peschke Ophiopogon Raithaus Vordernberg

Long-term events 14.30 – 21.00 Rotozaza / Ant Hampton / Silvia Mercuriali Etiquette Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 17

22.30 Soundtracks / DJs Anika Festival centre

➜ 88

➜ 57

Long-term events 10.00 – 13.00 Spielraum Porubsky Halle Leoben 14.00 – 18.00 Modezirkus Happy Clothes Swapping Swap Party Porubsky Halle Leoben

16.00 – 20.00 Anna Peschke Ophiopogon Raithaus Vordernberg

15.00 – 19.00 copy & waste Cupcakes & Time Travel tag.werk

➜ 22

➜ 27

14.30 – 21.00 Rotozaza / Ant Hampton / Silvia Mercuriali Etiquette Porubsky Halle Leoben ➜ 17

➜9

23.00 Herrn Manfreds Kalaschnikows Festival centre

➜ 60

22.30 Soundtracks Liima Kunsthaus Graz / Space04

➜ 23

21.00 Last Dance Gasthof Schwarzer Adler Vordernberg

21.30 Jochen Becker / Christian Hanussek / Daniel Kötter / metroZones Chinafrika. Under Construction Festival centre ➜ 31

➜ 57

21.30 Friðgeir Einarsson / Kriðpleir Theatre Group Tiny Guy Talk following Dom im Berg ➜ 29

➜ 55

19.30 Dead or Alive Poetry Slam Porubsky Halle Leoben

21.30 Encyclopédie de la parole / Joris Lacoste Suite n°2 Talk following Orpheum ➜ 28

19.30 Retrokino Porubsky Halle Leoben

Hall of Half-Life & Bright Sign herbst exhibition until Mon 11/01/2016

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