[NetBehaviour] ABSOLUTE DEMOCRACY exhibition at < rotor > in Graz.

info info at furtherfield.org
Mon Sep 24 13:37:26 CEST 2012


Exhibition opening in the frame of the festival steirischer herbst
Saturday, September 29, 12 noon

Participating artists:
Julieta Aranda & Anton Vidokle, Petra Bauer, Lenin Brea & Nuria Vila,
Miklós Erhardt & Claudio Feliziani, Isabelle Fremeaux & John Jordan, 
Mariam Ghani,
Carles Guerra, Nicoline van Harskamp, Jim Hubbard, Vladan Jeremic & Rena 
Alejandro Landes, Nikolay Oleynikov, Fernando Solanas, Ultra-red
Curated by:
Carlos Motta & Oliver Ressler

Opening speech by Gerald Raunig
On this day, the exhibition will be open non-stop until 6 pm

Information on all exhibition openings within the festival steirischer 

Absolute Democracy – the concept originally used by Baruch Spinoza, and 
meanwhile updated by Antonio Negri and Michael Hardt, stands for the 
vision of a republic founded on a broad collaboration of its citizens 
and on the development of common goods. It is the vision of a 
redistribution of wealth and power, and of new, more equitable systems 
of rule that challenge a normative understanding of class, race, gender 
and sexuality.

Against this background, “Absolute Democracy” takes a critical look at 
the concept of democracy, spotlighting the problems of its social, 
political and economic consequences and offering alternative 
interpretations of historiography.

30.9. – 21.12.2012
Opening hours:
MO – FR 10:00 – 18:00
SA 12:00 – 16:00
Closed on Sundays and bank holidays

Extended opening hours during steirischer herbst festival:
30.9. – 14.10.2012, SA & SO 10:30 – 18:00
Dialogic tours through the exhibition for school classes and other 
groups by prior appointment
rotor at mur.at, 0316 / 688306

Admission free!

Shuttleservice Vienna-Graz-Vienna on Sat 29.9. & Sat 13.10.
Shuttleservice Linz-Graz-Linz on Sat 29.9.
Further Information see: 

Co-produced by steirischer herbst & < rotor >

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