Samstag, 7. Mai 2011, 19:00: »Sonst weiß ich über die Mauer nicht viel zu sagen, außer dass sie uns gut eingeschlossen hat.«

Which current conditions enable or make it impossible that art/institutions/history writing/s have histories of witnesses of that time in one place and not in another? How to refer to ones own contribution to the production of practises of suppression and lacking dynamics of dealing with the past if it is also the one which is regulating the becoming of the voids of prevalent politics of visibilities at the same time?

Videostill © Johanna Tinzl / Stefan Flunger, 2011:
Anna Flachová-Hanusová (Brünn/Brno), Ela Stein-Weissberger (New York), Helga Pollak-Kinsky (Wien)

Perhaps by continuous consensual interacting with survivors, open questions and images of the collective memory, which became established on a media level? By translating, transforming and re-staging the involvement that far that it leads to new negotiations? These and other questions are central to the exhibition of Johanna Tinzl and Stefan Flunger »I don’t have much more to say about the wall, except it kept us well inside.«

Saturday, May 7 2011, 7 pm
Opening reception / talk between the artists Johanna Tinzl and Stefan Flunger (Vienna), the witnesses of that time Anna Flachová-Hanusová (Brünn/Brno), Ela Stein-Weissberger (New York), Helga Pollak-Kinsky (Vienna) as well as the curators Hannelore Brenner-Wonschick (Room 28 Projects, Berlin) and Rudolfine Lackner (VBKÖ, Vienna)

Exhibition: May 9 – June 20, 2011

Opening Hours: Mondays (except June 13, 2011) + Saturdays: 3 pm – 7 pm

The exhibition was organized within the framework of the rememberance-project »Fathomizing Memory« initiated by Orange 94.0:

Friday, May 6 2011 at 5 pm

Opening reception of the rememberance-project »Fathomizing Memory«

by Orangerie – Orange 94.0 in the main court of Museumsquartier, Vienna

Exhibition: 6 – 22 May, 2011

Another event note:

Tuesday, May 10, 2011 at 7:30 pm

Opening of the exhibition at ESRA – Psychosoziales Zentrum: »The girls from Room 28, L410, in Theresienstadt« with Hannelore Brenner-Wonschick (Berlin), Anna Flachová-Hanusová (Brünn/Brno), Ela Stein-Weissberger (New York) and Helga Pollak-Kinsky (Wien)

Tempelgasse 5

1020 Vienna

Exhibition: May 10 – June 30, 2011