13 Ι 14 Ι 15 May 2022

A weekend with a view

Look closely at what is happening.
Ilse Aichinger

Participants

At the Internationale Tage der Information in Innsbruck, journalists from different regions of the world can speak with their specific expertise, comment on pressing issues, debate with one another and talk to scientists, NGO representatives and the Audience.

Gideon Mendel

Born in Johannesburg in 1959, Gideon Mendel began his career as a news and ‘struggle’ photographer documenting the final years of apartheid. In 1991 he moved to London, and continued to respond to global concerns, especially HIV/ AIDS. 

Since 2007, using stills and video, Mendel has been working on Drowning World; an art and advocacy project about flooding that is his personal response to our climate crisis. His work has been widely published in magazines and newspapers including National GeographicGeo and the Guardian Weekend

Mendel has received the inaugural Jackson Pollock Prize for Creativity and the Greenpeace Photo Award. He has also received the Eugene Smith Award for Humanistic Photography, the Amnesty International Media Award, and six World Press awards. Mendel has recently extended his work on global warming to include the element of fire, along with developing new projects addressing the Covid-19 crisis we are all facing.

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The program

A weekend with a view: Debates, talks, readings, films, exhibitions and audio features

The locations

The festival venues are in the center of Innsbruck. They can be easily reached on foot.

Information

Information on tickets, arrival, hotels, public transport and news about the city and the region.