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“Phantastischer Kapitalismus”

Showing a video and print from my series Space Post Colonialism at Phantastischer Kapitalismus 29. 4 – 2. 6. 2017 GPLcontemporary Sonnenfelsgasse 6, 1010 Vienna With Halil Altindere, Sabine Bitter & Helmut Weber, Alice Creischer & Andreas Siekmann, Laura Horelli, Sven Johne, Johanna & Helmut Kandl, Pia Lanzinger, Ralo Mayer, Karina Nimmerfall, Oliver Ressler, Isa Rosenberger, Christoph Schäfer, Kamen Stoyanov, Moira […]

How Steve Bannon wrecked a world well before he went for this one

Here’s an incomplete recollection of what I’ve come to know about the involvement of Steve Bannon in Biosphere 2. While fragmentary and most probably also incorrect in some details, I hope this adds some important layers on the story that I haven’t seen in other articles. It’s a subjective view of related events before the […]

E.T.E. — Extra-Terrestrial Ecologies, the Undergrowth

Together with Claudia Slanar I have organized the symposium “Propulsion: On Changing Futures” at the Department of Site-Specific Art, University of Applied Arts Vienna. See the full program and details here. Along fabulous presentations by Alice Gorman, Douglas Murphy, Vera Tollmann and Saskia Vermeylen, I talked about E.T.E. — Extra-Terrestrial Ecologies, the Undergrowth.

Space Post Colonialism at Antenna Futura, Kunsthalle Exnergasse

Showing parts of my work Space Post Colonialism at the show Antenna Futura – Futurological Exercises for the Unknown

Paper on Space and Ecology, Acta Astronautica

After my presentation at the 66th International Astronautical Congress in 2015, my paper Beyond the Blue Marble: Artistic research on space and ecology has been published in the peer-reviewed journal Acta Astronautica. It discusses my research on Biosphere 2 and 1970s’ Space Settlements in relation to contemporary ecological concepts, the Anthropocene and object-oriented theories. The paper’s publication […]

Cosmographies Conference

So I attended the Cosmographies Conference at Falmouth University on July 24th & 25th. My contribution had the title “We Have Never Been Earth” (like modern & like human) and I used some bits and pieces from my work to trace a sort of ecology of space (as in outer).

Space Post Colonialism, Measures of Saving the World, < rotor >, Graz

MEASURES OF SAVING THE WORLD _ PART 5 with Hannah Brackston, Catherine Grau / Zoe Kreye, Polonca Lovšin, Ralo Mayer, RESANITA, Kamen Stoyanov < rotor >, Graz, 15.3. – 24.5.2014

The Familiar / Schwindel is the Best Translation

My contribution for aforementioned BC21 award exhibition catalog: text + images + hokuspokus a disastrous search and a travelogue, starting with my recent trip to the Bay area, and spanning China Mieville, Space Colonization, Stanford University, a Masonic Lodge, Peyote and Vertigo. download / print the PDF (in Enrico Bravi’s wonderful layout!)

BC21 Art Award nomination exhibition

I’m showing a spatial installation with the title The study of the house is where you could trace the meaning of ecology. (Was die Dinge verbindet das muss sie auch trennen sonst gäbe es nichts zu verbinden, Ah! böwakawa poussé, poussé)

Text für dérive – Zeitschrift für Statdtforschung

Für die derivé-Schwerpunktnummer “Die Verstädterung der Arten”, zusammengestellt von Fahim Amir und Christina Linortner,  habe ich den Text “We Have Never Been Earth - Biosphere 2 als ungeplantes Post-Human Experiment”beigesteuert. Erhältlich über derive.at oder in ausgewählten Buchhandlungen. -> Scan als .pdf 

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