© Helmut Prochart
Oliver Hangl feat. Barbis Ruder
Photo documentation by Helmut Prochart
U-Jazdowski Castle: Octber 5, 2017
Oliver Hangl feat. Edyta Jarzab
© Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art
Lecture by Ruth Anderwald at ‘Meran 20:17, Zukunftslabor der Jugendarbeit’
The Atlas depicts a short moment of balance.
Writer Anna Kim's lecture retraces the life of photographer Edith Tudor-Hart (née Edith Suschitzky 1908, in Vienna, died 1973 in Brighton), who worked as a Soviet agent and photographed workers and street children from Vienna and London to give a face to poverty and social disadvantage.
A one-day symposium held together with the exhibition of Catherine Yass’s film works in Ambika P3, London.
Can dizziness be a resource? What remains after unsettledness and disorientation? And how can we see communities find their balance in uncertain situations? Particularly now, in times of ubiquitous invocations of global crisis, these questions of collective balancing and balancing collectives are more relevant than ever.
Confronting the cinematic image is always associated with a certain loss of control. The avantgarde could not have made this relation more explicit. What makes our heads spin and what state of mind is vertigo?