Festivals

imagetanz 2017

What’s new in Choreography

03.03.2017 - 25.03.2017

imagetanz 2017

In March, imagetanz Festival is back at brut, with a diverse, three weeks long program presenting new artistic works in choreography and performance! Many exciting premieres and cooperations with local artists, outstanding international guest performances and an outreach program with studio visists, discussions, warm-ups and regulars' table is awaiting the audience! The artists invited this year propose alternative ties with the past and alternative strategies of staging it. 

FEEDBACK 4th edition

Platform of the current dance and performance scene in Austria from the perspective of Tanzquartier Wien und brut Wien

24.04.2017 - 27.04.2017

FEEDBACK 2017

This year’s edition of FEEDBACK is again also collating the various positions from the previous season of the Austrian dance and performance scene into a festival. In cooperation between the Tanzquartier Wien and brut Wien this provides the chance to admire outstanding works from the local performance scene afresh and also to make them accessible to an international expert audience in concentrated form.

Freischwimmer

02.12.2016 - 07.12.2016

Freischwimmer

The Freischwimmer Fesitival is an international platform for new-comers, presenting contemporary artistic approaches by young artists from the independent theatre, dance and performance scene every other year. The festival is mutually organised and curated by brut Wien,  Sophiensæle Berlin, Forum Freies Theater Düsseldorf, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt am Main and Gessnerallee Zurich.

imagetanz 2016

What's new in Choreography and Dance

03.03.2016 - 18.03.2016

imagetanz

It’s March again, and it’s time for imagetanz! The 2016 edition of the festival focuses on a fundamental question: how can artists initiate a change in their own communities, neighbourhoods, cities? Do they have this power only through their artworks, or can the artists themselves induct a positive change just through their presence? >>>More

Projects

The Inheritance

Re-enacted works from the imagetanz archive 1989–2017

The Inheritance

The imagetanz festival has existed in Vienna for more than 25 years now. It represented an important first step for many artists who are well-known in the Austrian dance scene today – it was here that some performers presented their very first pieces to the public. With The Inheritance, the upcoming imagetanz festival takes a look back at more than 25 years of dance history, creating a link to today’s young generation of artists.

Doris Uhlich: All Machines Welcome!

A co-operation between brut and WUK performing arts

12.10.2016 - 24.10.2016

All Machines Welcome!

All Machines Welcome! presents new works by Doris Uhlich and takes place at both WUK and brut. Part of the co-operation are the premiere of Ravemachine at brut as well as the workshop Every Body Electric and the performance Ravemachine all over + Every Body Electric + Rave at WUK. 

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The Capitalism Tribunal

Is Capitalism a crime?

01.05.2016 - 12.05.2016

Kapitalismustribunal

The Capitalism Tribunal is about the alleged crimes of European capitalism. From 1 to 12 May 2016, brut Wien will be transformed into a court of law, where charges will be presented on European capitalism - about its impact on people, society and the planet.

The Ineffable Me

Concert series featuring Bianca Casady & the C.i.A., Gazelle Twin and Mirel Wagner

19.11.2015 - 21.11.2015

Ineffable Me

„Can’t catch me, I’m syntax free, I’m preconceived, preternaturally […]“ Sonic Youth – The Ineffable Me

Three utterly different musicians visit brut for the concert series The Ineffable Me: Bianca Casady, one half of the artsy folk music duo CocoRosie, includes video art and choreography in her new solo project; electropop musician Gazelle Twin confronts the terrors of puberty in a hoodie; and Finnish artist Mirel Wagner plays gloomy blues music with a sub-pop touch. All three of them refuse to submit to the still male-dominated dictate of the pop industry, like to play with attributed identities and amaze by their ineffable, intractable musical creations.

19 November: Bianca Casady and the C.i.A.

20 November: Gazelle Twin

21 November: Mirel Wagner

Co-operations

Wiener Festwochen

Wiener Festwochen

This year as well, brut is one stage of the Wiener Festwochen, which take place in May and June and combine cultural events with relevant goals and topics of the society.

Kooperation Kunsthalle Wien

The Promise of Total Automation

11.03.2016 - 29.05.2016

Kooperation Kunsthalle Wien

brut und Kunsthalle Wien kooperieren inhaltlich im Rahmen der Ausstellung The Promise of Total Automation, die vom 11. März bis 29. Mai zu sehen ist. Im Rahmen der Kooperation zeigt brut eine Performance des französischen Künstlers Philippe Decrauzat mit dem New Yorker Musiker Alan Licht sowie eine Arbeit der koreanischen Performancekünstlerin Geumhyung Jeong. Neben den beiden Performances gibt es ein Gespräch mit Philippe Decrauzat in der Kunsthalle Wien, eine Kuratorenführung durch die Ausstellung The Promise of Total Automation für brut-Publikum sowie gegenseitige Ermäßigungen.

Szene Bunte Wähne

International Dance Festival for young audience

15.06.2016 - 19.06.2016

Szene Bunte Wähne

Ziel von SZENE BUNTE WÄHNE ist es, einem jungen Publikum die Vielfalt verschiedenster Theaterformen näher zu bringen. Das Festival wurde gegründet, um ein anspruchsvolles und abwechslungsreiches Programmangebot im Bereich Kunst und Kultur für Kinder und Jugendliche zu entwickeln. Seither hat sich das Theaterfestival zu einem der bedeutendsten jährlichen Treffpunkte für Theatermacher aus der ganzen Welt entwickelt.

Series

BRUTTO

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BRUTTO is a concert series juxtaposing various artistic formats, styles, approaches and methods. A team of curators (Rania Moslam, Lisa Kortschak and Gregor Mahnert) presents small, fine shows of experimental music. But they don’t arbitrarily say ‘anything goes’, they ambitiously combine opposites and seeming opposites.

Guests at brut

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One guest, two tables, 110 questions. A genially merciless interviewer provides insights into a country’s mentality. Guests at brut is a new regular series created by Graz-based company Theater im Bahnhof. In each episode, three different local personalities are thoroughly probed in 30-minute interviews. Pia Hierzegger asks them randomly drawn questions ranging from the current political situation to personal issues, thus unfolding a vivid selection of greatly varying insights, views and perspectives.

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