Nazis & Goldmund

The Future of Resistance 1

Interspeeches 3 – Thinking about Tomorrow (and How to Build It): featuring Enis Maci and Andreas Spechtl

studio brut, Zieglergasse 25, 1070 Vienna
Talk in German
{discourse & discussion} {joined in opposition} {defending democracy}

While anti-humanitarian opinions become more and more normal, demands are increasingly voiced not to exclude the right-wing from public discourse. The many-headed writers’ collective Nazis & Goldmund prefers to discuss with those actually interested in discussion. For aren’t we cuter, fresher and more diverse than anything the New/Old/Eternal Right will ever have to offer?

, © © Sabrina Richmann, Schilder: Christophe Köster / Marius Wenker

Nazis & Goldmund – Die Zukunft des Widerstands 1

, © © Sabrina Richmann, Schilder: Christophe Köster / Marius Wenker

Nazis & Goldmund – Die Zukunft des Widerstands 1

, © © Sabrina Richmann, Schilder: Christophe Köster / Marius Wenker

Nazis & Goldmund – Die Zukunft des Widerstands 1

Schedule:

6 pm: Friendly Soup created by and featuring Freundliche Mitte

7 pm: Interspeeches 3 – Thinking about Tomorrow (and How to Build It): featuring Enis Maci and Andreas Spechtl

Admission: € 6/ € 4/ € 4 for Interspeeches 3 – Thinking about Tomorrow (and How to Build It): featuring Enis Maci and Andreas Spechtl Host: Florian Kessler

Free admission for Friendly Soup. Please register on brut-wien.at.

In the summer of 2018, the writers’ collective Nazis & Goldmund organised a conference in Berlin entitled Ängst is now a Weltanschauung, that focused on the erosion of democracy. Colleagues from literature and other fields of art came together to create a space for reflection. Their aim was to phrase a straightforward plea against the normalisation of nationalist, illiberal, neo-Nazist tendencies, but also to find positive visions for society and the future of the entire planet. Nazis & Goldmund now go on to continue this engagement in Vienna: On four occasions, Nazis & Goldmund will call for an open plenary sitting at studio brut together with various other platforms in order to devise potential narratives of a pluralistic society based on artistic and academic inputs, to debate and to elaborate strategies.

Playing on the title of Andreas Spechtl’s album Thinking about tomorrow, and how to build it, playwright/essayist Enis Maci and musician Andreas Spechtl will use the third instalment of Interspeeches to talk about possible forms of (artistic) resistance and solidarity.

Enis Maci, born in Gelsenkirchen in 1993, studied literary writing at the German Institute of Literature in Leipzig and sociology of culture at the London School of Economics. Her play Mitwisser (“Accessories”) was awarded the Hans Gratzer Fellowship in 2017 in its draft stage and later premiered at Schauspielhaus Wien in 2018. In October 2018, some of Enis Maci’s essays were published by Suhrkamp as Eiscafé Europa (“Ice Cream Parlour Europe”). During a so-called “work studio” with Franz-Xaver Mayr, she devised her latest play AUTOS (“Cars”), which also premiered at Schauspielhaus Wien in the 2018/19 season. In that same season, she is a main writer at the Mannheim National Theatre.

Andreas Spechtl, singer, songwriter and guitarist of the band Ja, Panik, lives in Berlin. He has also been active as a solo musician since 2015. His latest album was called Thinking about tomorrow, and how to build it (Bureau B, 2017). Occasionally, Andreas Spechtl also published texts in magazines and online media (Spex, FM4, Falter). He co-wrote Ja, Panik’s collective autobiography, Futur II, published by Verbrecher Verlag in 2016. He devises concert ready-mades with Thomas Köck under the label ghostdance.

Credits

Concept Nazis & Goldmund Hosting Florian Kessler

A co-production of Nazis & Goldmund and brut Wien.

Admission: € 6/€ 4/€ 4 for Interspeeches 3 – Thinking about Tomorrow (and How to Build It): featuring Enis Maci and Andreas Spechtl

Free admission for Friendly Soup. Please register on brut-wien.at.

Dates & Tickets

April 2019

Sat. 13.04.2019, 18:00
Friendly Soup. Free admission. Please register via ticket link..

Sat. 13.04.2019, 19:00
Interspeeches 3. Admission € 6/€ 4/€ 4. € 6/€ 4/€ 4

studio brut, Zieglergasse 25, 1070 Vienna
Zieglergasse 25, 1070 Wien

Info

Schedule:

6 pm: Friendly Soup created by and featuring Freundliche Mitte

7 pm: Interspeeches 3 – Thinking about Tomorrow (and How to Build It): featuring Enis Maci and Andreas Spechtl

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programme April – June (PDF)

 

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