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RAHMENPROGRAMM 2021

KOOPERATIONSSALONE KEPLER SALON

Future Bodies - Körper der Zukunft

Monday, 07.6., 19:30 Uhr, Kepler Salon

Imagine trans-humanist visions of the future, in-between utopia and dystopia, in which the human is seen as a technologically unbounded and infinitely optimizable being. In this play the artist Katharina Senk occupies herself and the audience with the answers that the enlivened and experienced body offers for these questions. The post humane critical theory serves as a starting point for this scenario. If one defines the human as something in permanent of becoming, where can and might this process lead?

KATHARINA SENK
Artist

KARIN WAGNER
Host

In cooperation with Kepler Salon
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DIE UNSICHTBAREN DRITTEN - Über Beobachtungsinstanzen innerhalb und außerhalb des Theaters

Monday, 14.6., 19:30 Uhr, Kepler Salon

Not every little thing we do is intended to be noticed by ourselves or the gaze of everyone else present. In theatre it’s not only the performers who play a role, but also the audience is what has been recognized by the psychoanalyst Octave Mannoni. In unison they keep the illusion alive as if to deceive a third one in the room. This practice can also be noticed in everyday-life; for example, with elegance and courtesy. Its richness in form and its occasionally elaborate materiality of the practices are therefore based on delusions which are not aimed at the naivety of actual persons. But what exactly will be lost, if people in certain epochs suddenly become stricken with fear that someone might be deceived after all?

ROBERT PFALLER
Professor of Philosophy at the Kunstuniversität Linz

BARBARA JANY
Host

In cooperation with Kepler Salon

L/IMITATION OF LIFE

Monday, 21.6., 19:30 Uhr, Kepler Salon

With their interdisciplinary art project „The big sleep“ explore theatre-makers Alisa Hecke and Julian Rauter the fascination of taxidermy. How do bodies function as bearers of memory? According to which aesthetic premisses is dead matter formed and designed in the world of taxidermy to create the illusion of vibrancy? Hecke and Rauter consider taxidermy as a cultural practice that tries to oppose decay and oblivion.

ALISA HECKE
JULIAN RAUTER

Artists

DOMINIKA MEINDL
Host

In cooperation with Kepler Salon

VON BIENEN, BLÜMCHEN, BÄSSEN UND BEATS

KLUB CLUB_matinée Rosa Anschütz, Rosa Rendl, Conny Frischauf und SALÒ

Sunday, 20.6. 11:30 Uhr, Botanischer Garten

The music program of SCHÄXPIR, called „KLUB CLUB“, leaves its well-known habitat of dark, contorted clubs and concert stages to create a completely different parallel world: The KLUB CLUB_matinée transforms the Botanical Gardens of Linz into an open-air pop-music soundstage. Meet between rose gardens, daffodil meadows, and snow-heath arrangements. Enjoy the company of butterflies and mason wasps, while listening to the sounds, harmonies, and basses floating through the air - super natural. 

Entrance to the concerts is free, only the regular ticket price for the Botanischen Garten will be charged (3,60€ regular // 2,60€ reduced).

Botanischer Garten Linz
Roseggerstraße 20, 4020 Linz
Bus Line 27 – Stop »Botanischer Garten« 

Programme:
Rosa Rendl 
Dino Spiluttini
Salò
Rosa Anschütz

LOCATED SPACES

Installation im öffentlichen Raum, JOHANNESSTEININGER

Upper Austrian Artist develops a conceptual aerial experience that has been inspired by the respective architectural situation. The air bodies consist of individual plastic foils which are glued together and obtain their volume from the air that is permanently blown into them.
The soft air formations are three-dimensional, monumental, nearly floating, constantly reinventing themselves, and - like a balloon - always the verge of slowly de-gliding upwards. As a temporary installation of the SCHÄXPIR Festival Headquarters, they stimulate the lightness and perception of our surroundings. 

HÖRT, HÖRT! SCHÄXPIR ON AIR

Radio FRECH

Our young reporters of the Media-Realgymnasium Fadingerstraße aka „Radio Frech“ endow us with burning hot ears in their broadcast as well as in their podcast which has been especially produced for SCHÄXPIR. They will report live from and about the festival! Don’t miss out on this! Stay tuned! On Wednesdays at 4.00 p.m on the radio frequency of Radio Fro (105.0 MHz) and worldwide via Livestream at: www.fro.at/livestream

Sat., 19.06, 10:05-11:35 (entry: 09:15) Central Linz

We are especially pleased that the well-known radio producer, musician and composer Helmut Jasbar will be broadcasting live from the SCHÄXPIR Festival in Linz. The first time in over a year with a live audience on stage. His guests will be artistic directors Sara Ostertag, Julia Ransmayr and festival director Cornelia Lehner. In a relaxed live atmosphere, everything will revolve around the question of what motivates our management team to curate a European youth theatre festival. Challenges, possibilities as well as the necessity of theatre, especially for young audiences and an intergenerational dialogue, will be discussed Musical examples, selected by and with the guests, will offer a varied and stimulating radio experience.

Host: Helmut Jasbar

Guests: Cornelia Lehner, Sara Ostertag & Julia Ransmayr