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Eintauchen” Lentos Podcast

The Lentos Podcast is a series of talks on current exhibitions. We start with the curator and then invite other guests to discuss our exhibition. The topics of the podcast are linked to societal and social questions raised by the artistic positions. They make it possible to delve deeply into them, even outside the museum, and thus provide food for thought for your own visit to the exhibition.

Our next dates: 

Wed 6.10.21

Podcast with Gabriele Schor, curator of the exhibition Female Sensibility and founding director of the SAMMLUNG VERBUND 

Thur 4.11.21
Podcast with Hanna Hacker Sociologist and historian, focus on feminism, queer studies and postcolonial theory. 

You can listen to all current and past podcasts here. 

You can also listen to our podcast on Spotify.
*We ask for your understanding that we only offer the podcasts in German language only.

  • Talk with Dagmar Fink, Author of „Cyborg werden. Möglichkeitshorizonte in feministischen Theorien und Science Fictions“ [Becoming a Cyborg. Horizons of Possibility in Feminist Theories and Science Fictions]

    Dagmar Fink is a literature and cultural studies scholar with a focus on the fields of representation critique, feminist cultural studies, techno-science critique, science fiction and queer femininities. She teaches gender studies at the University of Vienna and at other universities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Fink is also one of the directors of Queertactics” the Queer_​Feminist Film Festival Vienna and a member of the Austrian Society for Gender Studies. In October 2021 her book Cyborg werden. Möglichkeitshorizonte in feministischen Theorien und Science Fictions“ [Becoming a Cyborg. Horizons of Possibility in Feminist Theories and Science Fictions] has been published by transcrip. *German only

  • Talk with Gabriele Schor, Head of VERBUND COLLECTION

    In this episode, Karin Schneider, Head of Art Education, talks to Gabriele Schor, curator of the show and founding director of the VERBUND COLLECTION. Schor was instrumental in coining the term feminist avant-garde” to highlight the pioneering work of these women artists of the 1970s, who recreated their own and self-determined image of women in an art world dominated by men.

  • Talk with Hannah Hacker, sociologist and historian on women's movements, feminism and gender relations

    In this episode, Karin Schneider, Head of Art Education, talks to Hannah Hacker, Professor of Social and Cultural Development Studies at the University of Vienna. Hacker researches the history of women’s movements and gender relations, sexual subjectivity, body constructions, sex as well as gender transgressions. She was involved in the autonomous women’s and lesbian movement in Austria for many years. Among other things, she co-founded the STICHWORT – Archive of the Women’s and Lesbian Movement” in Vienna. *German only

  • Henrike Naumann and Nina Prader on the work "Bauhaus"

    The artists Henrike Naumann and Nina Prader negotiate what it means to find a visual language for right-wing radicalization from the privileged middle-class milieu. The joint publication on Naumann’s work Untitled” will be presented, a work by Naumann in 2013, in which she researched in relation to the right-wing scenes in Saxony. For this, she searched on Facebook for her old classmates who radicalized to the right in the 1990s. Based on this, she created an archive of everyday right-wing reality. *German only

  • Andreas Peham, right-wing extremism expert, Documentation Center of Austrian Resistance

    The DÖW observes the extreme and extremist right in all its areas, differentiations and overlaps. The central result of these meticulous long-term observations is the connection between the criminal and the extreme right milieus. Peham is able to demonstrate the enormous militarization, which has been made possible by the Internet, globalization and radicalization of these milieus. *German only

  • Agnieszka Pasieka, cultural anthropologist, on her field research on radical nationalist groups

    Agnieszka Pasieka, a cultural anthropologist based at the Universities of Vienna and Yael, has spent years of field research investigating right-wing extremist and radical nationalist groups and organizations from the inside. Her findings are extraordinarily surprising and, above all, challenge entrenched explanatory patterns from the left-liberal, academic environment. *German only

  • Klaus Schönberger, Professor of Cultural Anthropology at the Alpe-Adria University Klagenfurt, about the movement of the new right wing

    Based on the work Laminat (Victim)” by artist Markus Proschek, Klaus Schönberger analyzes historical constructions of the Identitarians. These show parallels to the beginnings of the Nazi movement like no other right-wing extremist movement.

  • Transformation and Recurrence with Curator Markus Proschek

    The curator of the exhibition Markus Proschek talks with Karin Schneider, Head of Art Education at the Lentos.

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