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EUROVISION LAB. AUSTRIA
CHAPTER 2: EMEE OUTCOMES
CHAPTER 5 CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 3 CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 1
THE EUROVISION LAB. OF THE ART ASSOCIATION MONOCHROM IN VIENNA
The EuroVision Lab.of the Austrian partner monochrom consisted of four different elements and took place not only in Vienna, but also in Graz and Lindabrunn during 2015 and 2016. Central to the Lab. was the exhibition Zeigerpointer. The Wonderful World of Absence, which was developed collaboratively with students of the course Exhibition Design offered by the FH Joanneum, a university of applied sciences in Graz. Its results were presented at the Nomad Museum VSL in Lindabrunn.
The exhibition was based on a previously developed Exemplary COP-unit, which, however, was considerably extended and completed by interactive elements. It was the exhibition’s goal to highlight new and noteworthy perspectives on the topic and to encourage visitors to re-  ect on the question of perspective. In addition to this focal Lab. exhibi- tion, the Austrian group of artists was involved in another EuroVision Lab. activity: During the para ows festival, they presented the ideas and concepts of the EMEE’s Change of Perspective. It is worth mention- ing that during discussions, a connection was established between the EMEE concepts and the festival’s central topics, i.e. ‘digital migration’ and ‘identity in a digital world’. Moreover, the presentation of the results of the Young Scenographers Contest was also part of the Austrian Lab. activities and took place at the Museum im Palais – Universalmuseum Joanneum in Graz.
Photos: © Monochrom Kunstverein, Austria
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