Theatre, Film, Debate on the Ruins and the Future of Europe
On Love Afterwards
The internationally renowned performance and media artist Milica Tomić presents an open, unconventional format: Her public montage on the history and present of political imagination is anything but a classic panel discussion. She is interested in the possibilities and limits of civil disobedience, in the motives for choosing between legal and illegal tactics, and in the role of women in public life. By assembling photographic material and videos from public space, Tomić – known for her public performances in various cities – provides the framework for a dialogue with the audience. The performance is supported by short impulses given by the urbanist and activist Gabu Heindl, the art theorist Jelena Petrović, the archeologist Ana Bezić, and with original texts by film theorist Pavle Levi and cultural philosopher Sami Kathib (in their absence). A group of students from Graz will add their contributions, as can the audience, which is welcome to participate in the discussion.
With contributions by: Ana Bezić / Gabu Heindel / Sami Khatib / Pavle Levi / Jelena Petrović
In conversation with: Zaid Alsalme / Laura Bäumel / Gregor Berger / Budour Khalil / Amir Kozman / Lung Peng / Philipp Sattler / Marko Stavrić
With photographs by: Srdjan Veljović
Video Technician: Marcell Bandi
ON LOVE AFTERWARDS is part of a series of collaborative events that the Burgtheater and Kunsthalle Wien present together in the context of their respective new directorates. The cooperation continues with the two-day international conference THE WHITE WEST III
In cooperation with Kunsthalle Wien.