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Feminist, fighter, cook, entrepreneur, who was a fixed star of friendship and will remain in our memory. 

Without her courageous heart and alert mind, there would be no Frauen.Kultur.Labor. thealit

What 'women' meant, was and could become was her question and a path she dreamed of far ahead...

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If you missed the presentation by Eva-Maria Aigner and Eva Jägle on the 'Catastrophic Glossary' at Arbeitszimmer thealit or would like to experience it again in a different way, you are now cordially invited to watch a video on two keywords from the Glossary - 'Catastrophe' and 'Disaster' - online in the thealit Virtual Arbeitszimmer. A flipbook with all the compiled entries of the Glossary from philosophy and literature can also be read there.

Eva Jägle is an artist working in the fields of applied arts, theatre and video. She studies at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and writes her dissertation at the department of Philosophy at the University of Vienna. In her research she focuses on the topic “Deleuze and Cinema”. evijagle.portfoliobox.net

Eva-Maria Aigner is currently a Research Fellow of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and also works on her dissertation at the Department of Philosophy in Vienna. She writes about the concept of survival in deconstruction and within the works of Jacques Derrida and teaches in the fields of feminist ethics and class theorie.

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Unfortunately, we have to postpone the upcoming event - the conclusion of our program THE ART OF EMERGENCY. The planned finissage presentation passed on, about things we have passed on from the ART OF EMERGENCY RESIDENCIES, will not take place on March 12. Instead, we will find a way to make up for this in a slightly different form and at a different location and will invite you again soon. There are ideas, more on that soon ...


ART RESIDENCIES & INTERMISSIONS

  • @Arbeitszimmer thealit
  • St. Jürgen St. 157/159, Bremen
  • September 2023-March 2024
  • & Online in Virtual Arbeitszimmer until May 2024

THE ART OF EMERGENCY 23/24


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