More than 150 art projects were organized in, at and around the Fluc in the last twelve years. “A cutting-edge Austrian artist collective creates a new kind of civic space,” wrote “Metropolis,” New York. In 1914 Falter Verlag published “FLUC. Tanz die Utopie! Urbaner Aktivismus als gelebtes Experiment in der Wiener Kunst-, Musik- und Clubszene,” a discourse platform on art in times of regional economic policies and urban marketing.
As part of the VIENNA ART WEEK an exhibition titled “A Question of Value” (20 November–16 December 2014) is being held in the “Kubatur des Kabinetts,” the art salon curated once a month by Ursula Maria Probst and Martin Wagner, with installations and performances by Ulrich Dertschei, Adrienn Kiss, Claudia Märzendorfer, Michail Michailov, Isa Rosenberger, and Duo Wenigerbauer.
Isa Rosenberger tackles political upheavals and their social and economic consequences. Michail Michailov deals with different cultural phenomena that influence human behavior and puts a perfectionist society to question. Claudia Märzendorfer appeals to more individual responsibility. Wenigerbauer provoke with anecdotes about their life as artists.
Installations till 9.12.2014
A cooperation with Bundeskanzleramt and KulturKontakt Austria
Djanes: ELEKTRAE (Wien/Chicago)
Curated by Ursula Maria Probst