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Dolly, 2024, präparierter Habicht, gefärbt, Kabel
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Dolly, 2024, präparierter Habicht, gefärbt, Kabel
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Angie, 2024, präparierter Rabe, Filmkameraobjektiv
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The Glitterhouse, Biennale-Pavillon, Holzkonstruktion 6 x 10 x 3 m
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The Glitterhouse, Biennale-Pavillon, Holzkonstruktion 6 x 10 x 3 m
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The Glitterhouse, Biennale-Pavillon, Holzkonstruktion 6 x 10 x 3 m
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The Glitterhouse, Biennale-Pavillon, Holzkonstruktion 6 x 10 x 3 m
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The Glitterhouse, Biennale-Pavillon, Holzkonstruktion 6 x 10 x 3 m
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The Glitterhouse, Biennale-Pavillon, Holzkonstruktion 6 x 10 x 3 m

INNSBRUCK INTERNATIONAL​

Heaven Can Wait​​

May 3–26, 2024

After its 10th anniversary in 2022, INNSBRUCK INTERNATIONAL is contributing a signpost for the coming period with the theme HEAVEN CAN WAIT: how to deal with natural disasters, migration, the extinction of animal species and the effects on individual people – hunker down or surrender to the catastrophe? For HEAVEN CAN WAIT, INNSBRUCK INTERNATIONAL has invited artists whose works offer strategies on how individual strength can contribute to collective survival.

With: Austrofred, Lara Brandi, Jasmina Cibič, Katharina Cibulka, Philipp Fleischmann, Sophie Gogl, Friederike Gösweiner, Tue Greenfort, Oliver Hangl, Michael Heindl, Marcel Leemann, Christian Kosmas Mayer, Radenko Milak/Roman Uranjek, Anna Mabo, Mmezo, Philipp Moll, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, Erica Pedretti, Katharina Senk, Steinbrener/Dempf & Huber, Marie Stockhausen, Guillermo Tellechea, Doris Uhlich, Rudolf Wakolbinger, Peter Warum, Lois Weinberger

Steinbrener/Dempf & Huber have transformed the festival center on the market square into a meeting point with a signal character and are showing four showcases with new objects as a further development of their earlier works on these themes.

The objects were created in collaboration with the Natural History Museum Vienna.