paraflows.XI at KUNSTFORUM WIEN

paraflows.XI Identity – festival for digital arts and cultures at the Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien focuses on the topic of finding our identity in times of the digital revolution by not only showing twenty artistic positions but also stageing a symposium, concerts, a movie premiere, a play, the WOLO awards dedication and a book presentation. Sep 15th to Oct 6th, 2016.

Artists: Franz Ablinger, Thomas Ballhausen, Caroline Boettner, Hannah Bruckmüller, Chesterfield, Alessio Chierico, Daniel Djamo, Hannes Duscher, Judith Fegerl, Günther Friesinger, Clara Gallistl, Roland Gratzer, Johannes Grenzfurthner, Kerstin Halm, Jana Herwig, Christoph Hubatschke, Demi Hadrovic, Sarah Held, JuJu, Dorrottya Kalocsai, Ulrike Königshofer, Kristy and the Kraks, Claudia Larcher, Conny Lee, Harald List, Roman List, Luiza Margan, MGM – Moser Gstettner Musil, Elina Mikkilä, monochrom, Sina Muscarina, Katharina Müller, Lee Nutbean, Marie-Andree Pellerin, Rheuma 3000, Hans Scheirl, Erwin Schmitzberger, Judith Schoßböck, Leander Schönweger, Christoph Schwarz, Elisabeth Semrad, Axel Stockburger, Andreas Stoiber, Sarah Strauss, Kathrin Stumreich, Eden Ünluata, Ulla Wester, Sebastian Wilhelm, Hui Ye.

Das paraflows.XI Identity Festival für digitale Kunst und Kulturen im Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien legt den Fokus auf das brisante Thema unserer Identitätsfindung in Zeiten der digitalen Revolution. Das Festival beinhaltet eine Ausstellung mit bis zu 20 künstlerischen Positionen, ein Symposium, eine Konzertreihe, eine Kinofilmpremiere, ein Theaterstück, die Verleihung des WOLO Awards und eine Buchpräsentation. 15. September bis 6. Oktober 2016.

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