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June 23 2015

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[Heiner Flassbeck, Wirtschaftsprofessor in Hamburg, öffentliche Vorlesung in Wien]

Ich halte [(...) heute, am Dienstag, den 23.06.2015] Nachmittag an der Universität Wien eine Vorlesung zum Thema Europäische Wirtschaftspolitik.

Die öffentliche Vorlesung findet im Hörsaal 8 am Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1 von 16.45-18.15  statt.

http://www.flassbeck-economics.de/veranstaltungshinweis-wien/
— flassbeck-economics.de - 2015-06-22

January 01 2013

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in memoriam Mihaela Ursuleasa (* 27th September 1978 in Brașov/Kronstadt Romania / Rumänien; † 2nd August 2012 in Vienna/Wien, Austria/ Österreich,  romanian pianist / rumänische Pianistin

yt-playlist

Franz Schubert 1797-1828  
Trout Quintett / Forellenquintett D. 667
(1819)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trout_Quintet

Artists:
 
Julian Rachlin,
Mischa Maisky,
Nobuko Imai,
Stacey Watton

Mihaela Ursuleasa

 more about and with her:
http://www.artsjournal.com/slippeddisc/2012/08/reports-tragic-death-of-an-international-pianist.html
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Mihaela+Ursuleasa
https://www.google.com/search?q=Michaela+Ursuleasa

December 31 2012

Baby, I Lost My Handshoes / Group Show at Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna

This video documents the opening of the exhibition Baby, I Lost My Handshoes at Kunsthalle Exnergasse in Vienna, Austria. Baby, I Lost My Handshoes is a collaborative project of the artists Donna Huanca (USA), Vytautas Jurevicius (LIT), Lisa Meixner (DE) and Aki Nagasaka (JAP). The exhibition was first presented in May 2011 at Gallery Kurant in Tromso, Norway, followed by the second installation at Forum da Maia, in Porto, Portugal in June 2012. The exhibition combines installation, sculpture, moving image, and text.

Baby, I Lost My Handshoes / Group Show at Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna. Opening reception with a performance by Donna Huanca, November 14, 2012. Video by Ida Kielmansegg.

> Right-click (Mac: ctrl-click) this link to download Quicktime video file.
> On YouTube:

Excerpt from the press release:
“Donna Huanca, born 1980 in Chicago, USA. Lives and works Nomadically.
Huanca studied at Städelschule Frankfurt with Tobias Rehberger, participated in Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Houston.
Recently, she is a recipient of 2012 Fulbright Scholarship for research in Mexico City and has had solo exhibitions at Bard CCS, Annadale on- Hudson, New York, PRETEEN Gallery, Mexico City and participated in group shows at Forum da Maia, Porto, Portugal, and EXILE, Berlin, Germany.
Donna Huanca’s artistic practice investigates aesthetic rituals, arrangements and displays to construct hyper-real narratives. Her installations, sculptures and collages compose multiple simulacrums with discarded materials; such as, clothing, shoes, and ephemera. Although embodied in a wide variety of media, her work expresses a thorough engagement with linguistic experimentation. While delving into one of the most primordial and complex systems of communication, that of clothing, Huanca conveys distinctive and precise observations on the function of the garment, as an ever evolving manner of language production and a traditional form of cultural transmission. The results are performative platforms that are a product of a compulsive attitude towards the search for material beacons and parallel experiences.
At Kunsthalle Exnergasse Donna Huanca will present a new performance ‘UNTITLED (DMT)’, 2012 that will activate a Installation on view throughout the exhibition.

Vytautas Jurevicius, born 1981 in Lithuania, lives and works in Frankfurt am Main. He studies at Städelschule Frankfurt with Simon Starling and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Karlsruhe with John Bock. Among other projects he founded the performance group „Universal Cosmopolitan Research Project“.
2006 NRW project „to the middle“ City Krefeld, 2009 curating and taking part of group exhibition „Things to come“ Vilnius.Lithuania, 2009 Group exhibition „Regionale 2010“ at the Kunsthalle Basel and Kunsthaus L6 Freiburg.Germany, 2009 calloborating with Performance Group ‘Universal Cosmopolitan Research Project‘ – Group Exhibition „Die Formkräfte des Kunstlebens“ Nancyhalle Karlsruhe, 2012 Performance ‚ I want to dance with you‘ Intim Bar, Frankfurt am Main, 2012 taking part of‚ Festival of young talents‘ Frankfurt am Main, curated by Anja Nathan-Dorn.Grants: 2012 Weidmann Stiftung Grant.
Vytautas Jurevicius is interested in social systems, mappings, landscapes, communications as well as popular culture, sexuality and gender. He creates installations in a way of collage with collected sources from these topics, reacting the situation he observes. It manipulates the viewers implicitly and the performance enhances the communication between the installation and the viewers.
Vytautas Jurevicius will present his performance ‘we are so close but not really. we think we are so close but not. we are stranger but human’. The performance takes place in two different locations in the city and the viewers will observe it from distant viewing points. In the exhibition space Jurevicius installs his work ‘wo die kätzschen wachsen’ (‘where the cats are growing’), a large scale sand landscape with catkin bushes, photographs and various objects. The installation is a collage which derives from the artist memories – landscapes of forlornness between sea and forest, landscapes to hide and seek.

Lisa Meixner born 1983 in Stuttgart, lives and works between Vienna and Northern Italy. She studied at Städelschule Frankfurt with Simon Starling and at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna with Manfred Pernice and Elisabeth von Samsonow. Lisa Meixner holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Accademia di belle Arti Bologna, Italy. In 2010 Lisa Meixner participated in a three-month residency in Chengdu, China with the Studio Programme of Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture.
Recent projects include left – right, Austro – Sino Arts Programme, Hong Studio Beijing, Übermorgenkünstler II, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Lummerland I, Toves Galleri, Kopenhagen, rhein II (sweeping into action) at NoMad, Projekt Display Frankfurter Kunstverein (2011)
Lisa Meixner takes existing words and objects, and creates an enlarged etymology via associative research that becomes installations, moving image work, and sculpture. With a combination of the historical, mythological and personal, she re-examines the words, objects and themes that fascinate her until their meanings are revealed to be increasingly elusive, undermining rigid definitions in favour of varied, even infinite possibilities and understandings. Her works mix personal logic with scientific inquiry in an attempt to depart from linear progression and materialise a never-ending wild thinking process.
At Kunsthalle Exnergasse Lisa Meixner will install her recent work ‘Underwater’, a video installation about the babylonian myth of sea goddess Tiamat and the assemblage ‘rhein I’, a work derived from the artist’s examination of the old greek term “rheo” (to flow), that combines historical and mythological narrations of the rivers Rhein and Yangtze. She will also present ‘Chiron’, a film about the human hand, about the relation between gesture and speech. Combining French anthropologist Andre Leroi-Gourhain’s theorie of evolution with the myth of the centaur Chiron the film narrates the hybrid existence of human beings in contemporary urban environments. Inspired by the film and myth double-bass player Nikolaus Feinig performs his musical piece ‘Wenn einer Zweigestalt ist (Of twofold nature) – Hommage an Chiron.’

Aki Nagasaka, born 1980 in Osaka, Japan, lives and works in London. She studied at Städelschule Frankfurt with Simon Starling and received Meisterschueler, completed CCA Kitakyushu Research Program, and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Texas at Austin. She is a recipient of Japanese Cultural Ministry Oversea Research Fellowship 2012 and currently conducting a research based project with a connection to Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Her recent exhibitions include Zauderberg – Städelschule Absolventen Ausstellung, MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt (2012), Übermorgenkünstler II, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg (2011), and *Project, potentially no one sees it, Immediate Territory, Oxford (2011).
Aki Nagasaka does not have a certain way of working or specialized media. By intuitively choosing a topic pops up in her life, she examines it broadly in cultural, historical, as well as fictional or speculative sources. With the collected materials and her own memory and association of the topic, she positions work in between factual and fictive. The work is her personal story about the chosen topic. Her interested topics include architecture, city, scenery, power, volcano, and carefully crafted objects
At Kunsthalle Exnergasse Aki Nagasaka will present two works. „If on a winter’s night a traveler,“ its title indebted to the renowned novel by Italo Calvino, is a story of an imaginary journey of two persons, evolved from the carefully selected objects. The installation aims to creates a physical experience of the journey by employing objects, images, and sound. „Project T, T for Taut“ (working title) is Nagasaka’s exploration of a German architect, Bruno Taut, and his life journey around the globe as well as his artistic and intellectual journey into technological, social, and utopian universe. Nagasaka also attempts to find an ideological root of her home, the biggest new town in Japan, in Taut’s ideas and buildings. The installation is composed of a group of sculpture, photographs, and video.”

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Baby, I Lost My Handshoes / Group Show at Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna

This video documents the opening of the exhibition Baby, I Lost My Handshoes at Kunsthalle Exnergasse in Vienna, Austria. Baby, I Lost My Handshoes is a collaborative project of the artists Donna Huanca (USA), Vytautas Jurevicius (LIT), Lisa Meixner (DE) and Aki Nagasaka (JAP). The exhibition was first presented in May 2011 at Gallery Kurant in Tromso, Norway, followed by the second installation at Forum da Maia, in Porto, Portugal in June 2012. The exhibition combines installation, sculpture, moving image, and text.

Baby, I Lost My Handshoes / Group Show at Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna. Opening reception with a performance by Donna Huanca, November 14, 2012. Video by Ida Kielmansegg.

> Right-click (Mac: ctrl-click) this link to download Quicktime video file.
> On YouTube:

Excerpt from the press release:
“Donna Huanca, born 1980 in Chicago, USA. Lives and works Nomadically.
Huanca studied at Städelschule Frankfurt with Tobias Rehberger, participated in Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Houston.
Recently, she is a recipient of 2012 Fulbright Scholarship for research in Mexico City and has had solo exhibitions at Bard CCS, Annadale on- Hudson, New York, PRETEEN Gallery, Mexico City and participated in group shows at Forum da Maia, Porto, Portugal, and EXILE, Berlin, Germany.
Donna Huanca’s artistic practice investigates aesthetic rituals, arrangements and displays to construct hyper-real narratives. Her installations, sculptures and collages compose multiple simulacrums with discarded materials; such as, clothing, shoes, and ephemera. Although embodied in a wide variety of media, her work expresses a thorough engagement with linguistic experimentation. While delving into one of the most primordial and complex systems of communication, that of clothing, Huanca conveys distinctive and precise observations on the function of the garment, as an ever evolving manner of language production and a traditional form of cultural transmission. The results are performative platforms that are a product of a compulsive attitude towards the search for material beacons and parallel experiences.
At Kunsthalle Exnergasse Donna Huanca will present a new performance ‘UNTITLED (DMT)’, 2012 that will activate a Installation on view throughout the exhibition.

Vytautas Jurevicius, born 1981 in Lithuania, lives and works in Frankfurt am Main. He studies at Städelschule Frankfurt with Simon Starling and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Karlsruhe with John Bock. Among other projects he founded the performance group „Universal Cosmopolitan Research Project“.
2006 NRW project „to the middle“ City Krefeld, 2009 curating and taking part of group exhibition „Things to come“ Vilnius.Lithuania, 2009 Group exhibition „Regionale 2010“ at the Kunsthalle Basel and Kunsthaus L6 Freiburg.Germany, 2009 calloborating with Performance Group ‘Universal Cosmopolitan Research Project‘ – Group Exhibition „Die Formkräfte des Kunstlebens“ Nancyhalle Karlsruhe, 2012 Performance ‚ I want to dance with you‘ Intim Bar, Frankfurt am Main, 2012 taking part of‚ Festival of young talents‘ Frankfurt am Main, curated by Anja Nathan-Dorn.Grants: 2012 Weidmann Stiftung Grant.
Vytautas Jurevicius is interested in social systems, mappings, landscapes, communications as well as popular culture, sexuality and gender. He creates installations in a way of collage with collected sources from these topics, reacting the situation he observes. It manipulates the viewers implicitly and the performance enhances the communication between the installation and the viewers.
Vytautas Jurevicius will present his performance ‘we are so close but not really. we think we are so close but not. we are stranger but human’. The performance takes place in two different locations in the city and the viewers will observe it from distant viewing points. In the exhibition space Jurevicius installs his work ‘wo die kätzschen wachsen’ (‘where the cats are growing’), a large scale sand landscape with catkin bushes, photographs and various objects. The installation is a collage which derives from the artist memories – landscapes of forlornness between sea and forest, landscapes to hide and seek.

Lisa Meixner born 1983 in Stuttgart, lives and works between Vienna and Northern Italy. She studied at Städelschule Frankfurt with Simon Starling and at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna with Manfred Pernice and Elisabeth von Samsonow. Lisa Meixner holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Accademia di belle Arti Bologna, Italy. In 2010 Lisa Meixner participated in a three-month residency in Chengdu, China with the Studio Programme of Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture.
Recent projects include left – right, Austro – Sino Arts Programme, Hong Studio Beijing, Übermorgenkünstler II, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Lummerland I, Toves Galleri, Kopenhagen, rhein II (sweeping into action) at NoMad, Projekt Display Frankfurter Kunstverein (2011)
Lisa Meixner takes existing words and objects, and creates an enlarged etymology via associative research that becomes installations, moving image work, and sculpture. With a combination of the historical, mythological and personal, she re-examines the words, objects and themes that fascinate her until their meanings are revealed to be increasingly elusive, undermining rigid definitions in favour of varied, even infinite possibilities and understandings. Her works mix personal logic with scientific inquiry in an attempt to depart from linear progression and materialise a never-ending wild thinking process.
At Kunsthalle Exnergasse Lisa Meixner will install her recent work ‘Underwater’, a video installation about the babylonian myth of sea goddess Tiamat and the assemblage ‘rhein I’, a work derived from the artist’s examination of the old greek term “rheo” (to flow), that combines historical and mythological narrations of the rivers Rhein and Yangtze. She will also present ‘Chiron’, a film about the human hand, about the relation between gesture and speech. Combining French anthropologist Andre Leroi-Gourhain’s theorie of evolution with the myth of the centaur Chiron the film narrates the hybrid existence of human beings in contemporary urban environments. Inspired by the film and myth double-bass player Nikolaus Feinig performs his musical piece ‘Wenn einer Zweigestalt ist (Of twofold nature) – Hommage an Chiron.’

Aki Nagasaka, born 1980 in Osaka, Japan, lives and works in London. She studied at Städelschule Frankfurt with Simon Starling and received Meisterschueler, completed CCA Kitakyushu Research Program, and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Texas at Austin. She is a recipient of Japanese Cultural Ministry Oversea Research Fellowship 2012 and currently conducting a research based project with a connection to Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Her recent exhibitions include Zauderberg – Städelschule Absolventen Ausstellung, MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt (2012), Übermorgenkünstler II, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg (2011), and *Project, potentially no one sees it, Immediate Territory, Oxford (2011).
Aki Nagasaka does not have a certain way of working or specialized media. By intuitively choosing a topic pops up in her life, she examines it broadly in cultural, historical, as well as fictional or speculative sources. With the collected materials and her own memory and association of the topic, she positions work in between factual and fictive. The work is her personal story about the chosen topic. Her interested topics include architecture, city, scenery, power, volcano, and carefully crafted objects
At Kunsthalle Exnergasse Aki Nagasaka will present two works. „If on a winter’s night a traveler,“ its title indebted to the renowned novel by Italo Calvino, is a story of an imaginary journey of two persons, evolved from the carefully selected objects. The installation aims to creates a physical experience of the journey by employing objects, images, and sound. „Project T, T for Taut“ (working title) is Nagasaka’s exploration of a German architect, Bruno Taut, and his life journey around the globe as well as his artistic and intellectual journey into technological, social, and utopian universe. Nagasaka also attempts to find an ideological root of her home, the biggest new town in Japan, in Taut’s ideas and buildings. The installation is composed of a group of sculpture, photographs, and video.”

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May 16 2011

Joseph Haydn: Quartett No. 52 in D-major, op. 64 (1790), No. 5, ("The Lark"/ "Lerchenquartett") Hoboken gr. III - No. 63 - offene Ablage: nothing to hide




4 yt-videos (~ 17min) The Royal Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble with Joseph Haydn's String Quartet "The Lark"/ "Lerchen Qartett" (Op. 64 No. 5 in D-major) 1. Allegro moderato - 2. Adagio cantabile - 3. Menuetto: Allegretto - 4. Finale: Vivace

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April 10 2011

Unser Beitrag zum Buch, das Fallbeispiel einer Wiener Bürgerinitiative

Soziale Bewegungen und Social Media

Ich darf mich kurz vorstellen, Matthias mein Name, aktiv in der Bürgerinitiative “Josefinisches Erlustigungskomitee” in der Wiener Leopoldstadt, im bürgerlichen Beruf Wissenschaftler und hier, heute und an dieser Stelle bloggend, weil gemeinsam mit dem Bürger von Augartenstadt und Doris Kittler auch Autor eines Buchbeitrags. Der ist als einer der ersten Beiträge für das Buch fertig, sowohl für ...

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January 11 2011

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Demonstration am 14. Jänner in Wien - Umstrittenes Mediengesetz - derStandard.at › Etat | 20110110

Ungarisches Mediengesetz

Rücknahme des Gesetztes gefordert - Solidaritätsveranstaltung vor ungarischer Botschaft - Demo auch in Budapest am 14. Jänner

 Nach heftigen internationalen Protesten gegen das umstrittene ungarische Mediengesetz haben am Montag österreichische Journalistenorganisationen zu einer Demonstration aufgerufen. Am kommenden Freitag um 18 Uhr soll eine Solidaritätsveranstaltung vor der ungarischen Botschaft in Wien stattfinden, wie Reporter ohne Grenzen (RoG/RSF) in einer Aussendung mitteilte. Die Veranstalter fordern eine Rücknahme des neuen Gesetzes.

Von der österreichischen Regierung erwarten die aufrufenden Organisationen - darunter etwa der Österreichische Journalisten Club, die JournalistInnengewerkschaft oder die Österreichische HochschülerInnenschaft -, "auf diplomatischer Ebene klar gegen dieses Gesetz aufzutreten". Von Vizekanzler Josef Pröll wird gefordert, auf Ministerpräsident Viktor Orban sowie innerhalb der Europäischen Volkspartei (EVP), der auch Orbans Partei Fidesz angehört, Druck auszuüben.

Laut Reporter ohne Grenzen verstoße das ungarische Gesetz gegen die "Europäischen Menschenrechtskonvention und das Prinzip der Pressefreiheit und des Informationsrechtes - und damit gegen die von den Vereinten Nationen und der Europäischen Union verbrieften Grundrechte". "Medienfreiheit, Meinungsfreiheit, Informationsfreiheit sind durch die UNO-Menschenrechtskonvention klar definierte Bürgerrechte", man fordere deshalb deren Einhaltung und Respektierung, so die Organisation.

Demo am 14. Jänner auch in Budapest

- Eine Großdemonstration gegen das kritisierte ungarische Mediengesetz soll am 14. Jänner um 18.00 Uhr auf dem Budapester Kossuth-Platz vor dem Parlament stattfinden. Bisher haben auf der Facebook-Seite der Veranstaltung bereits über 8.000 Menschen ihre sichere oder mögliche Teilnahme an der Kundgebung angekündigt, wie ungarische Medien berichteten. Zugleich findet in der südungarischen Stadt Pecs (Fünfkirchen) ein Demonstrationszug statt, der um 15.00 Uhr auf dem zentralen Szechenyi-Platz ihren Anfang nimmt und bis 18.00 Uhr durch die Stadt führt. 

Der ungarische Außenminister Janos Martonyi hatte am Sonntag gewisse Mängel im Mediengesetz eingestanden. Lösungen sehe er in zusätzlichen Regelungen, falls die EU-Kommission den Rechtsakt beanstande. Momentan wird der Gesetzestext von der Kommission geprüft. Ein Ergebnis wird im März erwartet. (APA)

October 06 2010

Escape 2010. International Exhibition of Urban Art, Vienna

Titled Escape the Golden Cage, Escape 2010 – International Exhibition of Urban Art in Vienna / Austria presents work by national and international street artists, graffiti sprayers and artists who are inspired by these works. Curated by Sarah Musser, the exhibition brings together works by Asgar/Gabriel, Anton Unai, Christian Eisenberger, Clemens Wolf, Faith47, Jaybo aka Monk, Marco Pho Grassi, Markus Oberndorfer, Nomad, Paul Busk, Perfektworld, Scott Malcolm Wigglesworth, Stefan Strumbel, Stephen Tompkins, XOOOOX, and ZTY 82.

“Today, street art and graffiti no longer exclusively show up in the fabric of the public, urban space, but also appear in the interior space of museums and galleries. The spontaneity and guerrilla attitude of the (often illegal) work in outside spaces transfers to the works for the white cube, thereby lending to an internal tension and urgency, that “established art” sometimes lacks. Street artists and graffiti sprayers thus break out of the art framework and bring their aesthetic and expressiveness to a new and exciting level by means of modified media which also inspires Artists whose origin is not found in this subculture.” (excerpt from the press release).

VernissageTV attended the opening reception of the show and captured some impressions of the opening and the live painting performance by Jaybo aka Monk. The exhibition runs through October 24, 2010.

Escape 2010 – Escape the Golden Cage. Opening reception and live painting performance by Jaybo aka Monk, Vienna / Austria, October 1, 2010.

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April 19 2010

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100415_Wienerzeitung_Bescheid

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Spannende Diskussionen in der Wienerzeitung zum Bescheid des Bundesdenkmalamts für den Konzertkristall am Augartenspitz und den Umständen...
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April 12 2010

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Brisante Wende in der Causa Augartenspitz!

Utl.: Denkmalamts-Bescheid für Konzerthalle ist nicht rechtskräftig =

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   Wien (OTS) - Der Augartenspitz kommt nicht zur Ruhe. Nun
registrieren auch hochrangige Rechtsexperten mehrere gewaltige Mängel
im Bescheid des Bundesdenkmalamtes. Sämtliche Bauvorbereitungen für
die Sängerknaben-Konzerthalle sind rechtswidrig.
   Die renommierten Verfassungsrechtsexperten o.Univ.-Prof.Dr. Heinz
Mayer und em. o.Univ.-Prof.Dr. Theo Öhlinger sehen schwere
Rechtsmängel im Bescheid des Bundesdenkmalamtes, mit welchem die
Teilzerstörung der historischen Parkanlage Augarten genehmigt wurde.
Der BDA-Bescheid sei mit schweren Mängeln behaftet, indem die
öffentlichen Interessen am Erhalt des Augartens nicht ausreichend und
nachvollziehbar dargelegt wurden. Dies verstoße gegen die vom
Verwaltungsgerichtshof geforderte, besondere Sorgfalt bei der
Abwägung der Interessen.
   Weiters war der Wiener Landeshauptmann Dr. Michael Häupl nie in
das BDA-Bescheid-Verfahren involviert; noch wurde der Bescheid an
diesen zugestellt. Somit ist der Landshauptmann "übergangene Partei".
Daraus ergibt sich jedoch die Konsequenz, dass sämtliche
Bau(vorbereitungs)handlungen rechtswidrig waren. Diese sind mit
sofortiger Wirkung durch die Baupolizei zu untersagen.
   Aus der von Projektbefürwortern stets beschworenen
"Rechtssicherheit" wird immer offensichtlicher klares Unrecht.
Deshalb richten die Bürgerinitiativen einen offenen Brief an Dr.
Häupl. In diesem wird er ersucht, seine politische Verantwortung
wahrzunehmen und sämtliche Parteien doch noch an einen
Verhandlungstisch zu bringen und eine ergebnisoffene Meditation zu
ermöglichen.
ots.at: Brisante Wende in der Causa Augartenspitz!
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April 07 2010

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March 21 2010

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Video: Trauer-Feierlichkeiten am 20.3.2010 anlässlich des Baummordes im Augarten am 8. März 2010 Video 168MB; Dauer: 45 min © Wien-konkret Video- Start/Stop durch Klick ins Bild
Trauerprozession anlässlich des Baummordes im Augarten
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widerstand hört nie auf. und möge er allen unbillen zum trotz immer auch lustvoll und erlustigend sein. ;-)
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July 10 2009

Das Ende des öffentlichen Raums am Beispiel des Augartenspitzs


Trotz 9 Monaten Wien habe ich den Augarten nie betreten. Wahrscheinlich, weil ich ihn bis vor Kurzem noch gar nicht kannte. Der geplante Bau eines Konzerthauses für die Wiener Sängerknaben wirft wieder einmal die Frage auf, wie mit öffentlichem Raum umgegangen werden darf.

Wie einige von euch wahrscheinlich schon mitbekommen haben, erregt diese Errichtung bzw. der geplante Beginn der Arbeiten die Gemüter. Eine Bürgerinitiave wurde gegründet, und in den letzten Tagen zeltete man sogar auf dem sogenannten Augartenspitz, um es den Baufahrzeugen nicht zu ermöglichen, das Gelände zu befahren. Heute wurde dann diese Protestveranstaltung von der Wiener Einsatzgruppe Alarmabteilung (?), kurz WEGA, einem Polizei-Sonderkommando, aufgelöst. In einem Blog namens “unser augartenspitz” sind die Demonstrationen und die schlussendliche Auflösung dokumentiert.

Zuerst muss ich natürlich sagen, dass die Reaktion der Exekutive meiner Meinung nach zu übertrieben war. Arbeitete hier die Exekutive nicht für die Errichtergesellschaft des Konzerthauses, oder täusche ich mich etwa? Und wer ist überhaupt für all das zuständig? Der Augarten “gehört” der Burghauptmannschaft Österreich, einer Organisation für Wirtschaft und Arbeit. Und somit wieder der öffentlichen Hand.

Ich war wieder einmal total bei den Demonstranten, hätte (wäre ich in Wien) wohl auch mal vorbeigeschaut und hätte ihnen natürlich auch mehr Erfolg gewünscht. Doch irgendwie läuft eben doch alles schief, heutzutage. Die SPÖ Wien inseriert noch im aktuellen FALTER, dass der öffentliche Raum auch wirklich öffentlich sein muss, und dann lässt man den Bau eines Konzerthauses in einem öffentlichen Park einfach so stillschweigend zu.

Der öffentliche Raum muss verdammt noch mal öffentlich bleiben. Oder erst mal wieder öffentlich werden. Da hat die SPÖ Wien schon recht, nur sollte man sich dann auch dafür einsetzen. Wie großartig Dinge wie die “Gehsteig-Guerilla” oder das “Guerilla-Gardening” sind, kann man sich ja bei den Bilder von Agenda X ansehen. Wie wird es also weitergehen? Hat der Bund (der Staat, wir) also das Recht, der Öffentlichkeit ihren Platz wegzunehmen? Und wo hören diese Rechte auf?

Antworten auf diese Fragen wäre natürlich sehr interessant! Wer kann sie mir geben?

Auf ichmachpolitik.at findet man übrigens ganz aktuell einige Interviews zum Augartenspitz-Thema. Unbedingt reinschauen!

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June 14 2009

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des Josephinischen Erlustigungskommitees

im Wiener Augarten mit ungarischer Folklore, Tanz
und Sorge fürs leibliche Wohl.

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Don't be the product, buy the product!

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