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DIE FESTWOCHEN IN MEIDLING
Theatre, Music, Visual Arts, Performance, Dance
Date
06. Jun
Saturday
Time: tba
 
© Elodie Grethen
© Elodie Grethen
© Elodie Grethen
  • With works by

    Bettina Balàka, Jussara Belchior, Melis Tezkan, Okan Urun / biriken, Clédat & Petitpierre, Czirp Czirp, Thomas Geiger, Ignacio Jarquin, Kate McIntosh, Alice Ripoll / Cia REC, Kateřina Šedá and others

The Wiener Festwochen are inviting you to Meidling, Vienna’s 12th district, to experience several artistic works that use the city as a stage. A series of projects will unfold over the course of one day, between the Meidlinger Markt, the shopping street and the Theresienbad. Made for the public space, they relate to specific sites in the area and involve local inhabitants. Away from the main stages and parts of the city designated as ‘central’ and ‘worth a visit’, various formats are allowed to occur, small experiments, concerts, participatory actions, text readings, and more. Meidling is a heterogeneous part of Vienna that emerged as a typical working-class district at the end of the 19th century. Today, it is home to a diverse resident population, with historical buildings mixing with new urban developments. The Festwochen in Meidling is a project which, through its artistic interventions, opens up a new form of exploration, one that is no longer guided by considerations of everyday life. And by zooming in on a small detail within a larger picture, it attempts to capture the porous, multitudinous and fluid identity of the big city.

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    The Wiener Festwochen would like to thank their partners