Public Program

Lecture, artist talk, concert with kozek hörlonski, Alexander Martinz, and Drehli Robnik

kozek hörlonski & Alexander Martinz
kozek hörlonski & Alexander Martinz, Demonic Screens II - Arrival, 2018, set photo, photo: Thomas Hörl/kozek hörlonski 
kozek hörlonski & Alexander Martinz
kozek hörlonski & Alexander Martinz, Demonic Screens II - Arrival, 2018, set photo, photo: Thomas Hörl/kozek hörlonski 
kozek hörlonski & Alexander Martinz
kozek hörlonski & Alexander Martinz, Demonic Screens II - Arrival, 2018, set photo, photo: Thomas Hörl/kozek hörlonski 
kozek hörlonski & Alexander Martinz
kozek hörlonski & Alexander Martinz, Demonic Screens II - Uninvited, 2017, installation and film, photo: Liz Eve
kozek hörlonski & Alexander Martinz
kozek hörlonski & Alexander Martinz, Demonic Screens II - Arrival, 2018, installation and film, photo: Liz Eve

11.10., 20:00–23:00, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten, Kubus

Lecture with video clips: Drehli Robnik (film and political theorist, Vienna), “Perhaps fascism, or perhaps nothing at all”: Horror film as maintenance of the hole in the people (and vice versa)

As a type of cinema that makes experiences of systematic social insecurity perceptible (makes them thinkable while we break out in a cold sweat), horror films—at least those that take seriously the fun to be had in fear—depart from the fact that the political articulation of societies is a who knows what, because it is disputed. The stakes of this dispute are high when fascism knocks on the door (as if in a home invasion shocker). Read more

Artist talk: kozek hörlonski and Alexander Martinz in conversation with Drehli Robnik

Concert: References – Men, Women and Chainsaws, an audiovisual sampling performance by Alexander Martinz

In German, free admission

Related
Program ’18 / Volksfronten

Demonic Screens I – Uninvited (2017)
Demonic Screens II – Arrival (2018)

Installations and films