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"ATTACK: Art and War in the Media Age"
2003-05-22 until 2003-09-21
Kunsthalle Wien, Museumsquartier
War is the major social issue that has pushed all others to the side since shortly after the turn of the millennium. Those who believed that more peaceful times would follow the end of the Cold War were forced to learn a lesson: War remains the father of all things, even though its appearance, its methods, its aims and its language of imagery are constantly changing.
Curators: Gabriele Mackert, Thomas Mießgang
A1_53167, Sergej Bugaev Afrika, Dejan Andjelkovic/Jelica Radovanovic, Apsolutno, Fiona Banner, Tobias Bernstrup/Palle Torsson, Nin Brudermann, David Claerbout, Guy Debord, Uros Djuric, Öyvind Fahlström, Peter Fend, Fodor, Renée Green, Richard Hamilton, Korpys/Löffler, Kuda.org, Sigalit Landau, Chris Marker, Hans Jörg Mayer, Gianni Motti, Adi Nes, Franz Novotny, Klaus Pobitzer, Oliver Ressler, Antonio Riello, Martha Rosler, Collier Schorr, Erasmus Schröter, Nedko Solakov, Nancy Spero, Herwig Steiner, Wolfgang Tillmans, Paul Virilio, Stephen Vitiello, Wang Du, Zhuang Hui
Oliver Ressler is part of the exhibition with the 2-channel video installation
THIS IS WHAT DEMOCRACY LOOKS LIKE!, 38 min, 2002
The video installation thematizes events of 1st July, 2001 surrounding an "anti-globalization demonstration" against the World Economic Forum in Salzburg.