Austrian Cultural Forum

Austrian Cultural Forum
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11 E 52nd St
New York, NY 10022
(212) 644-8660

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Three musicians consistently drive their work in the fields of single pitch music and polyphonic music further onwards. They achieve an atmospheric density that cannot be punctured. An overtone universe hovering above a mysterious sound-light continuum is created using organ point, the sound of the room, and “analogue visuals” (usually hundreds of candles). ABOUT THE ARTISTS When Dr. Didi was founded in 2006, it combined three strikingly different artistic personalities, Peter Androsch, Didi Bruckmayr and Bernd Preinfalk. Peter Androsch is active as a composer, mostly in the context of musical theatre, as well as as the founder and head of the Hörstadt, an initiative for design of the acoustic environment. Didi Bruckmayr is known for his performances, formed by Fuckhead and Wipeout. Bernd Preinfalk is a composer and sound researcher from the border to the Czech Republik. ________________________________ For further information visit Admission is free, no RSVP required

Austrian Cultural Forum New York shared their event.
Do you have a lot of bottled up negativity? Would you like to scream it out, but don't know how? Kristin Gruber's aggressive Performance | Embracing Shitstorm - a divine service can help you get in touch with your most natural aggressive behavior and make you feel better instantly! ;) Don't miss your chance to celebrate this extraordinary aggressive healing mass at the Austrian Cultural Forum New York on Monday, June 26 at 7:30 pm.
--------- ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE --------- The aggressive healing Mass Embracing shitstorm – a divine service navigates between the poles of harmony and aggression and praises a progressive individual approach to their recanalization, displacement and de-contextualization. Embracing shitstorm – a divine service renders homage to using expletives as an elixir of life and suppressed aggression is lured out and celebrated. “Our justifiable longing and strive for harmonious coexistence leads us to the misconception that we have to ban violence per se from our lives – as if it were possible to begin with. What our society is lacking is an aggression culture. We cannot ask ourselves how to avoid aggression. We should rather focus on how we would like to act it out! Do you have an aggressive utopia? For yourself? For our society?” asks Gruber. In this interactive performance somewhere in between a hope channel, quantum healing and an election campaign, Kristin Gruber interacts with her audience, exploring the aggressive potential of the group ad hoc. Our preferred passive-aggressive mannerisms, shitstorm-profiles and yelling voices are analyzed by Gruber, showing the audience a way to salvation from their frustration. After the show participants will start their new lives, filled with symbiotic fantasies of violence and new energy. --------- ABOUT THE ARTIST --------- Kristin Gruber is a radio journalist, author and performance artist. She was born in 1979 in Graz and studied journalism and communications, theater, film and media in Vienna. ________________________________ For further information visit Admission is free, no RSVP required
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Don't miss Karl Salzmann in conversation w/@ISCP_NYC artist in residence Sonia Leimer, moderated by ISCP's Kari Con…

Today at 2 pm: Peter Kronreif Group on Flatbush & St Marks with Jonathon Haffner, Matt 'Pedals' Loescher & Simon Jermyn. Join us for Make Music New York in front of BYKlyn Indoor Cycling in Park Slope!

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June 26, 7:30pm: Performance by Austrian artist Kristin Gruber titled "Embracing shitstorm – a divine service"…

Martin Roth's installation is featured in @washingtonpost on art projects about Trump’s tweet…

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Don't miss your chance to experience Peter Kronreif Group at Make Music New York tomorrow open air in Brooklyn! New York-based Austrian artist Peter Kronreif and his band perform on the longest day of the year as part of Make Music New York - definitely worth a visit!
Peter Kronreif Group (@[1110954642:2048:Peter Kronreif], @[661604370526786:274:Simon Jermyn], @[49828165823:274:Matt 'Pedals' Loescher] and Jonathon Haffner) will perform an open air concert for Make Music NYC in front of BYKlyn Indoor Cycling in Park Slope. Make Music New York Inc. is a not-for-profit organization whose mission celebrates the musician in all of us, connects New Yorkers to their communities and with each other, brings bold new artistic creations to life, unites diverse communities in a spirit of celebration and energizes the shared social spaces that make NYC a cultural capital. From 10 in the morning to 10 at night, musicians of all ages, creeds, and musical persuasions – from hip hop to opera, Latin jazz to punk rock – perform on streets, sidewalks, stoops, plazas, cemeteries, parks and gardens. --------------------------------------------------------- ABOUT THE ARTISTS @[1110954642:2048:Peter Kronreif], born and raised in Salzburg, Austria, studied Jazz at Bruckner Conservatory in Linz with Doug Hammond & Jeff Boudreaux. Kronreif currently lives in Brooklyn and has been working as a drummer with many artists of different styles & genres, such as the Le Boeuf Brothers, Allan Harris, Seamus Blake, John Medeski, Florian Hoefner; RnB artists like Nuf Said, The Real Life Show, The Upstagers, Ray Angry, ... @[661604370526786:274:Simon Jermyn] is an electric bassist, guitarist and composer originally from Dublin, Ireland living in Brooklyn, NYC.He is a member of many bands including his own critically acclaimed group, Trot A Mouse with Tom Rainey, Ingrid Laubrock and Mat Maneri. Since moving to New York Simon has had the opportunity to perform with Bill McHenry, Ben Monder, Jim Black, John Hollenbeck, Oscar Noriega, Chris Speed, Tony Malaby, Ralph Alessi, David Binney and many more. @[49828165823:274:Matt 'Pedals' Loescher] Critically acclaimed and multi- award winning Austrian guitarist Matthias ‘Pedals’ Loescher, works as a freelancing musician and composer and currently lives in New York City. He is featured on many records and released seven albums as a leader/co-leader. His resume includes international concerts in clubsand festivals, TV and radio broadcasts, live studio recordings, and album productions. Currently he tours and records with Miss Lauryn Hill and has performed and/or collaborated with artists such as Nas, Common, Seun Kuti, S.K. Invitational, Nuf Said, David Murray, China Moses, Akua Naru, Gregory Hutchinson, Lorenz Raab, Lee Hogans, Hamid Drake, Doug Wimbish, and many others. Saxophonist Jonathon Haffner was born in Southern California and since moving to New York City has performed with a variety of musicians and composers. Highlights include live concerts with artists such as Butch Morris, Kenny Wollesen, Bill Frisell, Jason Moran, Steven Bernstein, Uri Caine, Jim Black, Eddie Henderson, Chris Potter, Sex Mob, The Nublu Orchestra, and Wadada Leo Smith’s Great Lakes Quartet. As of this year Haffner is the newest permanent member of the Wadada Leo Smith Great Lakes Quartet.

We are exhilarated by all the amazing press Martin Roth's installation has been getting! Check out these articles on Hyperallergic, The Art Newspaper, & Architectural Digest and then hurry up to see "In May 2017 I cultivated a piece of land in Midtown Manhattan nurtured by tweets" yourself. Last day to view the installation is Wednesday, June 21!
An Austrian artist has harnessed the power of Trump's early morning tweetstorms.