Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, Mz* Balthazar’s Exhibition Opening of “Tales of Delusion— Part II” is postponed till AUGUST 2020!
(Opening: 7.08.2020 7PM).

Let’s take care of ourselves and each other during these precarious times. Stay healthy!


Date: 7.08 – 21.08 2020

Opening*: 07 August 2020, 19:00
Performance at 19:30 by Yonka Dragomanska Tsvetkova

Finissage*: 21 August 2020, 19:00
Closing celebration with a live choir

Lale Rodgarkia-Dara 
Patrícia J. Reis
Stefanie Wuschitz
Taga Torosyan
with the special participation of: 
Yonka Dragomanska Tsvetkova
Sarah Howorka
Christina Krämer 
Magdalena Salner
Theda Schifferdecker
Maria Petrova

Graphic Design: Stephanie Misa

Waking up between the requisites of innumerable names. Arbitrariness of visibility paired with the hierarchisation of the fast-pace attention economy, automated operative letters, content beyond embodied perception.

The no longer and not yet to be. Untold. In a short moment one is clipping a name, grasping for breath. How come I have never heard of you?

In Tale of delusion, the Mz* Baltazar’s Laboratory collective claims an anti-narcissistic approach of dehierarchising the codes of legitimacy in the perspective of feminist, female*, and non-binary artists. It is doing so by means of a programmed bot that is searching and displaying the names of those* artists found on-line. A female professional singer is empowering its visibility through her loud voice. The data bank is open to the audience to contribute.

Tale of delusion is constructing a symbiosis of the visible and the vulnerable, manifesting the recurrent ambiguity of human control.

Opening times: Fridays 14-18:00 and Saturdays 12 – 16:00
Or by appointment, contact: mbl-orga@lists.metalab.at or info@vbkoe.org

About the collective:

Mz* Baltazar’s Laboratory is a collective working on the intersection of art, science, technology, and feminism based in Vienna since 2009. Fluid in its composition and background, the members of the collective diversify from art, theory, activism, and hacking. The exhibition and events of Mz* Baltazar’s Laboratory are open to all audiences and are intended to support women* and those who work on feminist issues, empowerment, and overturning patriarchy.

As of August 2019 the collective consists of Ana Loureiro, Lale Rodgarkia Dara, Patrícia J. Reis, Sophie Thun, Stefanie Wuschitz, and Taga Torosyan.

Website: http://www.mzbaltazarslaboratory.org/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MzBaltazarsLaboratory/