In the field
Scholarship program
Closed event
This event is in the past
Date
17 May
Friday
26 May
Sunday
Time tba
 
17 May
Friday
26 May
Sunday
Time tba
 
© Lin Christl
© Flora Brandl
© Fabio Hofer
© Aaron Josi Sternbauer
© Vera Eder
© Hsiang yun Huang
© Lora
© Mislav Mesek
© Blume
© David Konecny
© Barbara Pflanzner
© Olja Grubic
© Gabor Sorok
© Alexandra Vicianova
© Marek Soukup
© Christine Miess

The scholarship program In the Field transcends borders! A big thank you to all 117 artists, activists and cultural workers that participated in this year's open call! 15 selected emerging artivists from Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary come to Vienna for 10 days to exchange ideas about their work at the intersection of art and activism as part of the Free Republic of Vienna program. In encounters with international artists and activists as well as the local scene, In The Field opens a space for supra-regional transfer of knowledge and tests strategies of artistic and political collaboration.

Mentoring Gin Müller

Gin Müller
lives in Vienna and works as a trans_disciplinary dramaturg in collective theatre and performance projects. Gin is a theatre scholar, artistic researcher and a queer ar/ctivist.

In Cooperation with brut Wien

Sophie Berghäuser
Sophie Berghäuser is an activist & director from Salzburg, whose work is characterised by queer feminism, inclusion and radicalization processes of the new right in the digital network.

Flora Lina Brandl

Flora Lina Brandl is an art historian based in Vienna and New York. Her work investigates genealogies of performance art in public space from a global perspective, bridging the disciplines of art history, theater, and performance studies.

Fabio Hofer

Fabio Hofer is an artist and interdisciplinary designer, combining political commitment and the design of spaces that manifest as experiences.

Emil Ka

Emil Ka is a performance artist, musician and activist. Emil is particularly interested in street art and other ways of using public space.

Kristóf Kelemen

Kristóf Kelemen lives and works in Budapest, as a theatre director. Kristóf creates research-based projects and focuses on the genre of documentary theatre.

Rok Kranjc

Rok Kranjc is an artist and researcher from Ljubljana. Rok is a founder of Futurescraft, a design studio for alternative economies, experiential futures and generative games.

Ana Lorger

Ana Lorger lives in Ljubljana, operating as a theater critic, freelance cultural journalist on radio Ars, and as a content editor and curator of theatre programs at the City of Women Association. Her main interest is focused on performative art in relation to sound and on a trans-feminist approach to curatorial practice.

Karla Mesek

Karla Mesek is a dramaturg based in Zagreb. She works in theatre, as a writer, and researcher with interest in site-specific performance and sound.

Gregor Piskernik

Gregor Piskernik's work revolves around choreography, social activism and dance. Aiming to feel alive together, Gregor is searching for non-violent ways of coexistence.

Anna Prstková

Anna Prstková is a dramaturg based in Prague and Brno, currently working at HaDivadlo in Brno. She co-founded an independent group bazmek entertainment.

Betül Seyma Küpeli

Betül Seyma Küpeli is a visual artist, author, architect, and filmmaker. Her works operate at the intersection of digital media and painting, moving images, text, and artistic practice in virtual and urban spaces.

Jernej Skof

Jernej Skof is a curator, performer, event producer, butoh explorer, fan of queer and alternative culture, associated with SKUC and Cultural center Q in Ljubljana.

Napsugár Trömböczky

Napsugár Trömböczky is a performancemaker from Budapest, investigating stories of exploitation in collaboration with non-professionals and other-than-human participants.

Andrea Tušimová

Andrea Tušimová is a performer, teacher and artist based in Bratislava. She is currently studying for a PhD at the AFAD Bratislava where she focus on performative activities in public space.

Lottie Wood

Lottie Wood is a devised performance maker based in Prague. Her work focuses on theatre accessibility and public engagement with political issues.

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