APL in Winter Semester 2023

Bare Bodies – ganz ohr/all ears – Questionology

24 January 17.00
APL studio, Georg-Coch-Platz 2

Reading from three books in a Circle (test, test)
With Mariella Greil, Ricarda Denzer, Cordula Daus & Charlotta Ruth

APL cordially invite you to a collateral reading from recent APL related publications:
An anthology, an artist book and an exercise book, three exquisite printed matters which will be presented by the writers/editors themselves with collegial admiration. Attention: By means of a score (scroll down), we will not only activate our own publication – we’re proposing a first model for a Reading/Listening Circle.

Hope to see you there!

1. Make some space and time for the book in question.
2. Read attentively. Read inattentively.
3. Find a passage that connects to you/your book.
4. Note down where it takes you (page, place, other).
5. Let’s call this a wormhole.*
6. Make space for a yet unknown reader on your right side.
7. Read through the holes.

* Who are we to explain you what a wormhole is! As no matter of fact, a wormhole is a hypothetical structure connecting disparate points in spacetime. While wormholes are consistent with the general theory of relativity, it remains to be proven how they operate between books and readers.

APL Morning Practice – in the Evening;-) 
Back in the Summer Semester!

ARTIST TALK(ING) Carolina Capelli & Marco-Augusto Basso 12.01.2024 Georg-Coch-Platz 2, APL Studio, 18:00 – 21:00

Join us for poetic imagery, alternative narratives, wine and some taralli!

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Good News, night strollers – no more suffering – only joy! Join the APL Morning Practices – now in the evening every Wednesday from MARCH 2024 17.00-18.30;-)

ABOUT: Claire is a femme choreographer, insomniac writer, and reality TV enthusiast currently based in Vienna, Austria. She likes to think of herself as a hostess, welcoming collaborators and audience members into kitsch landscapes where politics and poetics are gently interwoven.

WEB: www.clairelefevre.com @clairelefevre.heartemoji

The Morning Practices 2023 are curated by Asher O’Gorman and Barbis Ruder 

Full Winter-Semester Program here.

 Also check the recommended events from the APL associated artists here

poster of the event How we ought to be together

APL & opens the door at Rennweg Studios every evening 11-16 December. Hope to see you at Rennweg 79-81, 1030 Vienna. Come as you are – leave with ideas, warmth, and new concerns! HOW WE OUGHT TO BE TOGETHER Info & Programme 

The Angewandte Performance Lab is thrilled to introduce its inaugural BANDO PREMIO VIENNA Stipends. 

We are delighted to announce that Carolina Cappelli and Marco-Augusto Basso will embark on a six-month residency starting this November. 

The APL is hosting a welcome reception on November 24th at 6:30 PM at APL, Georg-Coch-Platz 2, 1010 Vienna. Your RSVP is appreciated at: lucie.strecker@uni-ak.ac.at

We are proud to collaborate with The Ministry of Culture (MiC) – Directorate General for Contemporary Creativity, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI) – Directorate General for Public and Cultural Diplomacy, and the Italian Cultural Institute in Vienna (IIC) on the inaugural edition of the “Premio Vienna.” This residency program is designed for young Italian artists in the field of performance art and is conducted in partnership with the University of Applied Arts Vienna and the Angewandte Performance Laboratory (APL).

Find the list of departmental courses and seminars related to performance practices in 2023/24 WS here.

Also, feel invited to scroll down checking current recommended calls!

We are looking for innovative Vienna-based artists and collectives who want to join the next round of the “Huggy Bears Supporting Program”. The program is designed for upcoming artists who are either already working in the performance art scene and/or dance or are motivated to enlarge their previous practice with performance art. This way a special transdisciplinary learning atmosphere is created which enables a shared knowledge transfer. The project runs from spring till autumn 2024. During this time participants get project support that involves administrative, technical, financial and artistic help. An intensive learning environment is created through regular feedback sessions within the group and with the leaders of Bears in the Park. Along the road the selected Huggy Bears will show and foster their working process on different occasions, Showings at like “Handle with Care” by brut Wien and collaborations with WUK and ImPulsTanz are part of the program. At the end of the program stands the big premiere of each project on one of the established stages for performance art in Vienna.Please, download the full call here as pdf or visit our website for all the answers on how to apply.
Deadline: 19.11.2023

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Performance Coaching

Studierende der Universität für angewandte Kunst, die eine Performance planen oder ihre Erfahrung mit Wissen zu performativen Prozessen erweitern wollen können uns für individuelle Coaching Sessions anfragen.

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Students of the Angewandte who plan a performance or aim to deepen their experience with and knowledge about performative processes can contact us for coaching sessions:

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