Salon Wiesengrund: Integrate us on the ass – Visualization policies for migration and integration

Galia Stadlbau­er-Bae­va (AUT) /// 

Thu, May 10 2012, 21:00 /// 
quitch, Unte­re Donau­län­de 10, Linz ///

For the third time, the quitch wel­co­mes “Salon Wie­sen­grund”, a dis­cus­sion for­mat bet­ween art and phi­lo­so­phy, foun­ded by The­re­sa Lui­se Gindl­stras­ser and Ste­phan Blu­men­schein in  Decem­ber 2010.

In this salon Galia Stadlbau­er-Bae­va speaks about media stra­te­gies for making migra­ti­on visi­ble, as well as about con­cepts of the arbi­tra­ry pre­sen­ta­ti­on of migra­ti­on and inte­gra­ti­on. Which images tell us about migra­ti­on? What do pro­vo­ca­ti­ve and pro­vo­king coun­ter-drafts look like? Is resis­tan­ce pos­si­ble? Is resis­tan­ce necessa­ry? Do we have to talk about hete­ro­nor­ma­ti­vi­ty and oppo­si­tio­nal per­spec­tives being mutual­ly depen­dent? And above all, what about self-deter­mi­na­ti­on?

Galia Stadlbau­er-Bae­va stu­di­ed phi­lo­so­phy and art stu­dies at the Catho­lic Theo­lo­gi­cal Pri­va­te Uni­ver­si­ty in Linz, works at maiz and is now doing media cul­tu­re and art theo­ries.

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