Category: performance


From the 27th of November until the 3rd of November


Residence period: 27th November until the 3rd of December

Opening hours to public: Tuesday, Wednesday & Saturday from 15h to 18h

Workshop/ Lecture for the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna: Thursday the 30th from 10 to 12h

Public Presentation Lecture/ Performance: Friday 1st of December at 19h


The project that will be developed in the Fem-Lab residency is part of the series of speculative projects conducted by neuX, a futurisc interactive laboratory conducting experiments on pleasure and sexuality in post-humanism, from a performative and transfeminist perspective, where sci-fi erotic narratives, cyborg skins and biomateriality are intertwined with natural environments and dystopian scenarios.

This chapter focuses on the design and speculative research of a wearable sensory bio-textile that utilises surrounding natural elements and bodily fluids to generate activist frequencies.

The aim is to create a symbiotic link between the human body, its fluids and its surroundings for an active and visceral listening to the events and changes that are taking place, in and around us from a climatic, social and political perspective.

The tissue is made from biocircuits of bodily fluids, such as menstrual blood, to create a wearable interactive synthesiser using human and non-human, internal and external sounds;

each natural and bodily change will influence the frequency itself, generating activist noises that will open a discussion/performance that will challenge topical issues.


Riot im Riot. On Re-claiming Space

Riot im Oikos- Photocredits: Caro Wiltschek

Ruth Erharter, Christina Jaques, Olivia Jaques, Aylin Mutluer, Berenice Pahl, Marlies Surtmann, Anna Watzinger, Caro Wiltschek, Conny Zenk/Verena Dürr/Martina Moro/RAD Performance

Vernissage: Mi, 5.7._18h-22h

RAD Performance – Photocredits: Hannah Mayr

Performance Parkour:

5.7._ ab 18h:
Performative Interventionen von Christina Jaques, Olivia Jaques und Anna Watzinger

7.7.19h – 21:30h (bei gutem Wetter!):

RAD Performance:

Soundrides x SPIRAL BIKE 

19h Soundride, Prater Hauptallee / Höhe Südosttangente

20h Konzerte, Brigittenauerbrücke / SPIRALE Donauseite Live-Konzert von Outside Eye, Gischt, Fabian Lanzmaier, Jakob Schauer, Conny Zenk

Withnessing/Dokumentation von Marlies Surtmann

Waschperformance 3.0 (replay von “BLAUPAUSE_Wiener Waschweib 2.0” )

von Anna Watzinger; Intervention von Olivia Jaques

8.7. ab 18h:
RAD Performance: Booklet | Audioplay | Augmented Reality von Conny Zenk in

Zusammenarbeit mit:

amateur | Birgit Rampula, Artifical Museum, Ramona Cidej, Verena Dürr, Gischt, Georg Hartl, Matthias Hurtl, Suzie Léger, Bianca Ludewig, Martina Moro, Judit Navratil, Magdalena Scheicher, Joanna Zabielska;

Lesung von Verena Dürr

Performance von Berenice Pahl

Performative Interventionen von Christina Jaques, Olivia Jaques und Anna Watzinger

Finissage: 5.8._19h

Performance von Berenice Pahl

Weitere Öffnungszeiten auf Anfrage:

Lorand Tanase/Bildrecht (BLAUPAUSE_Wiener Waschweib 2.0, Anna Watzinger/Donaukanal 2015)

“Riot im Riot” ist eine spielerische Auseinandersetzung mit verschiedenen feministischen Strategien der Vergangenheit. Ehemalige Bühnenelemente und Kostüme erzählen von vergangenen Riots. Mit gedanklichen performativen Übersetzungsversuchen anhand der verschiedenen Elemente von Ruth Erharter, Aylin Mutluer und Caro Wiltschek darf Widerstand imaginiert werden. Berenice Pahl holt Feministinnen der Vergangenheit in die Gegenwart, Christina Jaques, Olivia Jaques und Anna Watzinger versuchen mit verschiedenen performativen Interventionen die Selbstermächtigung sowohl in urbanen Raumgefügen als auch im www zu erproben (“Was hat Datenschutz mit Emanzipation und dem Spiegel-Phänomen zu tun?”) und Conny Zenk lädt mit ihrem multidimensionalen “Soundride” ein zur Partizipation – auf ihren Spuren Withness Marlies Surtmann: Riot und Ride, Riot im Riot, Re-claiming the (imaginative) space.

“Riot im Riot” is a playful exploration of different feminist strategies of the past. Former stage elements and costumes talk about past riots. Resistance may be imagined through mental performative translations based on the various elements by Ruth Erharter, Aylin Mutluer and Caro Wiltschek. Berenice Pahl draws feminists of the past into the present, Christina Jaques, Olivia Jaques and Anna Watzinger try out self-empowerment with various performative interventions both in urban spatial structures and in the www (“What does data protection have to do with emancipation and the phenomena of a mirror?”) and Conny Zenk invites you to participate in her multidimensional “Soundride” – on her tracks Withness Marlies Surtmann: Riot and Ride, Riot in Riot, Re-claiming the (imaginative) space.

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