“Freedom exists in the moment before the decision is taken”, writes Alfred Andersch. “One out of many possibilities is chosen – what happens to the rest?”, asks Pascal Mercier. And Judith Butler observes that the possibilities that are perceivable depend on “what we can recognise, therefore what we can acknowledge and with whom we can consequently empathise”. In this possibility grid, that always implies the possibility that everything could have been completely different, Agnese Trocchi opens a window on TV journalism hell, Grit Ruhland from Dresden outlines the shape of the landscape left by uranium mining in eastern Thuringia and Vadim Fishkin introduces the element of irony by contrasting fans and wind turbines – embedded in sonification pieces created during the Time Inventors’ Kabinet in Graz.
Agnese Trocchi (I), Grit Ruhland (D), Vadim Fishkin (SLO/RUS) & Time Inventors’ Kabinet (A)
Curated by Reni Hofmüller (A)