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Events, Archive (2010)

  • Film
  • 09.12.-20.12.2010

Film Program

Robot Dreams

Kunsthaus Graz and KIZ RoyalKino present a series of selected films, which have formed the image of the robot in society.  frontend readmore

Film Program
  • Film, Discussion, Lecture
  • 09.12.2010

Mille et un jours: The Limits of Identity

Mieke Bal

In connection with the event series "Auto-theory. Audio-visual thinking and migratory culture". In co-operation with the University of Graz.  frontend readmore

Mille et un jours: The Limits of Identity
  • Film
  • 08.12.2010

Mère Folle. A theoretical fiction

A film by Mieke Bal & Michelle Williams Gamaker (Cinema Suitcase)

Filmscreening in the presence of Mieke Bal  frontend readmore

Mère Folle. A theoretical fiction
  • Lecture
  • 07.12.2010

What Can Museums Do? Beyond the Local-Global Dilemma

Mieke Bal

Lecture in connection with the bicentenary of the Universalmuseum Joanneum  frontend readmore

What Can Museums Do? Beyond the Local-Global Dilemma
  • Event
  • 23.11.2010

Kunsthaus Jour Fixe 28

Information: +43–316/8017–9200 Free entrance!     frontend readmore

Kunsthaus Jour Fixe 28
  • Film
  • 16.11.2010

Becoming Vera

Mieke Bal

Film evening  frontend readmore

Becoming Vera
  • Exhibition, Installation
  • 11.11.-21.11.2010

nothing is missing

Mieke Bal

Video installation  frontend readmore

nothing is missing
  • Opening
  • 10.11.2010

nothing is missing

Mieke Bal

Opening of the video installation & conversation between Mieke Bal and Adam Budak, curator  frontend readmore

nothing is missing
  • Lecture
  • 12.10.2010

Auto-theory. Audio-visual thinking and migratory culture

Mieke Bal

Lecture on migratory culture in Europe, film screening & welcome  frontend readmore

Auto-theory. Audio-visual thinking and migratory culture
  • Event
  • 12.10.2010-13.01.2011

Auto-theory. Audio-visual thinking and migratory culture

Mieke Bal

A series of events about migration culture in Europe, in a combination of visual and textual analysis.  frontend readmore

Auto-theory. Audio-visual thinking and migratory culture