STEIRISCHER HERBST '20: PARANOIA TV
The Steirischer Herbst reacts to the fears and uncertainties of today's world and reinvents itself as a media consortium.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan
Neïl Beloufa & Bad Manner's
Blind Date Collaboration, anulla, and monochrom
Christian von Borries and Jonathan Aner
Pauline Curnier Jardin
Nika Dubrovsky & David Graeber
Tamar Guimarães with Luisa Cavanagh and Rusi Millán Pastori
Lina Majdalanie & Rabih Mroué
Chrystèle Nicot & Antoine Alesandrini
Alexandra Pirici & Jonas Lund
Hendrik Quast & Maika Knoblich
Joanna Rajkowska and Robert Yerachmiel Sniderman
Susanne Sachsse / Marc Siegel / Xiu Xiu (Jamie Stewart)
Theater im Bahnhof
Clemens von Wedemeyer
From 24 September to 18 October, Paranoia TV becomes a platform for the uncanny and disturbing. Broadcasting on several frequencies around the world, it responds artistically and critically to the global pandemic and the complications it has introduced, not only to our everyday lives, but also with regards to the production of cultural events.
In light of current events, the curatorial team has chosen a broad range of formats to ensure safe and largely free access to art, even in a time of social distancing and precarious employment. The festival calendar includes interventions, performances, screenings, and talks at venues in Graz and the surrounding area as well as extensive online offerings.
Philosophers, artists, theorists, and experts discuss the current state of the world, paranoia, and the virus.
With Franco „Bifo“ Berardi, Bill Fontana, Bobby Gillespie, Heimo Halbrainer, Herwig G. Höller, Srećko Horvat, Eva Illouz, Adam Kleinman, Stephanie Krisper, Achille Mbembe, Robert Pfaller, Milo Rau, Drehli Robnik, Johann Skocek, Hito Steyerl, Natascha Strobl, Ece Temelkuran, Mark Terkessidis, Yanis Varoufakis, Martin Wabl, and Mark Waschke.
(Taken from the website of Paranoia TV)
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