03 Ι 04 Ι 05 May 2024

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.

Katharina Cibulka

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Katharina Cibulka lives in Innsbruck and works in Innsbruck and Vienna. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (art and digital media and performance art), the Vienna School of Artistic Photography and the New York Film Academy. Cibulka is co-founder of the women’s band telenovela and the artist group peek a corner.

Works as an artist, filmmaker, photographer and project developer & director for artistic and sustainable processes and since 2023 as a stage designer.

Her work has been shown at national and international exhibitions and film festivals, including Glucksman Gallery / Cork, Künstlerhaus / Vienna, St. Claude Gallery / New Orleans, Kunstverein / Bonn, Shedhalle / Zurich, Secession / Vienna, Neue Galerie / Innsbruck, Lidget Gallery / Budapest, Golden Thread Gallery / Belfast, Mestnagalerija / Ljubljana, Museum of Applied Arts / Belgrade as well as at the St. Petersburg Biennale 2006. Petersburg Biennial 2006, the International Student Triennial in Istanbul 2010, the 1st Rabat Biennial for Contemporary Art 2019 (female only) and in 2022 at the Vierzon Biennial, France.

he received the main prize for contemporary art of the province of Tyrol in 2021, the Hilde-Zach art scholarship in 2020, the state scholarship for fine arts in 2019, the promotion prize for contemporary art of the province of Tyrol in 2014, the promotion prize of the city of Innsbruck for photography / new media in 2012, the appreciation prize of the Federal Ministry of Science and Research in 2010 and the prize of the Friends of Fine Arts in 2010.

Katharina Cibulka pursues a consistent political agenda in her work, focussing on aspects such as feminism, social justice, community and questions about aesthetic processes and the role of art itself.

She often starts from stories and motifs in which fundamental social issues and demands are reflected in a personal way. Her works take different forms in this exploration of emancipative and social perspectives: Interventions in public space, works with film, photography, texts or sound, with actions and performances.

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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.

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