Interview for the promotion of the play “When The World Comes to an End, Move to Vienna… Because Everything Happens There 20 Years Later!” as part of the Wienwoche 2016 cultural festival.
I was very happy to be interviewed on Radio Orange by Helga for the promotion of my self authored and directed play “When The World Comes to an End, Move to Vienna… Because Everything Happens There 20 Years Later!”
Interview with the cultural weekly newspaper with me about my pending play “When The World Comes to an End, Move to Vienna… Because Everything Happens There 20 Years Later!” You can read the article at the following link (German only). http://www.martinthomaspesl.com/blog/2016/9/14/eine-zeitmaschine-namens-wien-portrt-von-chilo-eribenne-im-falter-3716
In 2010, I sent a proposal for an exhibition to the IG Bildende Kunst in Vienna about the “pending” Arab Spring and how communication tools were being used among the activists. I wondered if such events could happen in the West or if we were simply contented with shopping and fucking. By the time the exhibition opened the following year, the Occupy Movement was in full swing. The ORF interviewed me for their cultural radio programme, which can be heard at the following link. https://oe1.orf.at/artikel/292612/Kuenstlerische-Revolution. Flyer designed by Dominik Hruza for the charity concert/finissage called “Voices for a Revolution” the following month at Ost Klub. More about the exhibition itself can be found here http://www.igbildendekunst.at/de/kunst/ausstellungen-2012/the-revolution-will-be-televised.htm
My graduation video, photo installation and performance of the fictional girl band “Chick Wings” was featured in Die Presse in 2004.
Featured image from my graduation exhibition at The Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, 2004. It displays one image of six from my series “Chicks” in which I compare the process of making a girl band created on a television series with the process of creating chicken wings. The band is called Chick Wings.
Interview in Austrian magazine about my burgeoning new project “Self-Destructive Female Icons” by Ursula Maria Probst.
In 2001 The Audioroom (Michael Meinhart) invited me to give a solo performance at The Kunstlerhaus Passage Galerie. Through this, cultural magazine “Falter” put me on their cover to promote my show where I sang my original songs.
Wiener Magazine interviewed Viennese DJs for their summer issue.