Thomas Wrede, Rhonegletscher-Panorama II, 2018, Courtesy Beck & Eggeling © Thomas Wrede/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

MAK / Exhibitions


Reimagining Shared Planetary Futures

CLIMATE CARE. Reimagining Shared Planetary Futures is the MAK's comprehensive, interdisciplinary main contribution to the VIENNA BIENNALE FOR CHANGE 2021.

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Living and non-living things, 1966–2020 © Nkrumah Voli

AIL Postsparkasse / Exhibitions


(Working title)

The exhibition ECOLOGIES AND POLITICS OF THE LIQUID, SOLID AND GLOWING (working title) aims not only to look at climate care from a technological and design-oriented perspective, but also to take into account ecological relationships and their political implications, especially with
regard to (neo)colonial and capitalist structures in the Global South.

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Ines Doujak, aus der Serie landraub, 2019 © Ines Doujak

KUNST HAUS WIEN / Exhibitions


Landscape Painting

For her exhibition project Landscape Painting, the artist Ines Doujak is working with natural materials collected and archived from Vienna and Lower Austria: dried plants, mushrooms, seeds, pulverized flowers, leaves, berries, wood, ash, clay, stones, and sand.

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Hut & Stiel – Die Wiener Pilzkultur, 2015 © Freunde von Freunden/Philipp Forstner

MAK / Exhibitions


Tomorrow’s Food and Food Spaces

The biennale project EAT LOVE: Tomorrow’s Food and Food Spaces contemplates what and where we will eat in the future. Building on the over-arching theme of the biennale, PLANET LOVE, the project explores the creative and innovative possibilities for the future of food and table culture, the transformation of our foodstuffs and forms of nutrition, new means of production, and the places where we consume.

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Superflux, After the Fire © Superflux

MAK / Exhibitions

A new commission by SUPERFLUX

In this immersive installation commissioned by the MAK exclusively for the VIENNA BIENNALE 2021, Superflux transports visitors to a more-than-human vision of a post-anthropocentric future.

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Foster, 2020 © Foster/Angelika Loderer

MAK / Exhibitions


The Soil and Water Residency

The exhibition FOSTER presents new works developed by the artists who participated in the project Foster: The Soil and Water Residency in 2020. It was initiated by the artist Angelika Loderer during the coronavirus crisis in a self-harvest garden in Vienna.

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Kerstin von Gabain, leek (human thigh bone), 2020 © Kerstin von Gabain

MAK / Exhibitions


(working title)

Through the lens of literature (Climate Fiction), fine artists explore the possible impact of the climate crisis and pandemic outbreaks in CLIMATE PANDEMICS.

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Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier / Exhibitions


Discursive event series by the Kunsthalle Wien

The relationship between technology and nature is mostly based on a logic of extraction facilitated by colonial legal mechanisms and late capitalism. A series of discursive events organized by the Kunsthalle Wien will aim at rethinking the notion of technology by shifting from mere apprehension of nature toward close attention to it.

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Az W / Exhibitions


A conference at the Az W – Architekturzentrum Wien

A new attitude to the planet and all its inhabitants, as addressed by the VIENNA BIENNALE FOR CHANGE 2021 under the title PLANET LOVE, requires collaboration between a wide range of disciplines.

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