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hannesflo · 5 days ago
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catch a breath viii by hannesflo
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trachtenheimat · a year ago
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Ausseer !
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swanksalot · a year ago
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I faved Milky Way by Tigerhase. embiggen by clicking: https://flic.kr/p/2kEHPTM
February 24, 2021 at 04:33PM
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sidonius5 · a year ago
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triflingthing · 3 years ago
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Kaiser Maximilian Apartments (Austria)
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sitting-on-me-bum · 3 years ago
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Slug! by Anna Lodwick
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allislostmuchlove · 2 months ago
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wanderlusting-forever · 3 years ago
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Bad Aussee, Austria
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pablochiereghin · 3 years ago
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Bad Aussee interiors
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hannesflo · a year ago
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catch a breath v by hannesflo
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andrekratzer · 4 years ago
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winter is gone #1
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skgt24 · 2 years ago
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FUTURE IS NOW! is a dialogical street art project with a broad participatory aspect taking place at the interface between edu­cation, arts and politics. It is an interdisciplinary project, sup­por­ting the engagement and partici­pation of citizens in international dis­courses as well as the exchange with international artists. Future is Now! formulates questions, but also seeks answers. It raises the awareness that people have a voice and that art and culture can help to raise it. The project leaves signs in public space, signs of people’s empowerment. In Future is Now! artists and citizens work on a common project, finding ways for collective expression. In groups of approx. 12 people, partici­pants discuss the future of their vil­lages or the entire region. They define given challenges, but also come up with critical or radical ways of how to respond to it. Ways quite in the sense of a utopia, a vision of the future without any borders. At an advanced stage of this bottom-up discussion process, the interna­tional street art artists arrive in the SKGT. During an 8 week residency, they are introduced to the process by the participating people. The artists use these narratives, emotions and ideas to develop pictorial worlds that link with the reflected themes of the local citizens. Finally, in 5 public spaces in the region, graffiti and street art formats are displayed, highlighting international challenges such as gen­trification, hyper­-tourism, climate chan­ge, traffic growth or rural exodus - always detached from the laws of reason, floating centers of a commu­nity action. A catalogue docu­ments the process, a audio guide app is planned, in which the artists talk about their works. Curator: Mario Friedwagner (AT) Producers: Program Line Executive Producers Confirmed Artists: Mafia Tabak (AT), Alice Pasquini (IT), Hera and Akut (DE), Marcos Milewski (PT) Estimated Budget: € 145.000.- When: April - September 2024 Duration: 6 months of participation process, 8 weeks of artists in residence Where: Public spaces in Bad Aussee, Hallstatt, Gosau, Bad Ischl and Ebensee
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fyladymars · 2 years ago
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Bad Aussee
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stumbleimg · 9 days ago
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Bad Aussee, Austria [4512x6016] (OC)
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triflingthing · 3 years ago
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snowy trees in austria
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hauntedbystorytelling · a year ago
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Max Pollak :: Bei Aussee (Near Aussee), aka Winter in Ausee, ca. 1910. Drypoint and aquatint in blue-black ink. src Annex Galleries
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simply-nature · a year ago
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Loser, Bad Aussee, Steiermark, Austria || Photo by capt.zeabass
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