more info and visuals of the Graz launch

The participating artists of under.ctrl are Nooshin Farhid (Iran/the UK), Hristina Ivanoska (Macedonia) Effie - Amir (Israel/Belgium), Zhou Hongxiang (China), Ran Slavin (Israel), Anabala (Turkey), Sala Manca (Argentine/Israel), Ligna (Germany), Erhan Muratoglu (Turkey), Michael Zinganel (Austria), Pragmatic Sanction (Austria), Vuk Cosic (Slovenia), Nicole Pruckermayr - IOhannes zmölnig (Austria), Yane Calovski (Macedonia), FOS (Denmark) and Igor Stromajer - Brane Zorman (Slovenia).

Participating artists of the loosing.ctrl screening programme are Yael Bartana (Israel), Erhan Muratoglu (Turkey), Ruti Sela - Maayan Amir (Israel), Can Turkinan - Özlem Sulak (Turkey), and Hatice Guleryuz (Turkey).

The panelists are Andreas Leo Findeisen (Austria), Marina Grzinic (Slovenia). The moderators are Emre Erkal, Erhan Muratoglu and Basak Senova of NOMAD (Turkey).

formats: video works, installations, documentaries, screening programme [loosing.ctrl], live performances [Ran Slavin (Israel), Sala Manca (Israel), Anabala (Turkey)], presentation [Ligna (Germany)], and panel.

audio-video streaming, hosted by ice.mur.at (Ales Zemene)

FORUM STADTPARK
Stadtpark 1
A - 8010 Graz







Pragmatic Sanction (Austria)

PS stands for "Pragmatic Sanction", a term from the Austro-Hungarian
history (1713, basic law about the indivisibility of the Habsburg lands
and succession). It is used here as the title for a public
stigmatisation of right wing-extremist, German-nationalist and
ultra-conservative organisations in Austria.

Welle (Wave), 2006

PS aims to be a long-term documentation of such movements and it provides information to the public by various forms of activities, e.g. public/undercover interventions, publications, postings etc.

Welle (Wave) 3 exclusively focuses on three major groups in Graz -
"Akademische Burschenschaften" (Academic Fraternities), "Corps" and
Katholische Studentenverbindungen" (Catholic Students Associations).

With this documentation, PS maps the social components and interconnected structures that control this public stigmatisation of
right wing-extremist, nationalist and conservative organisations in Graz.