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Moby Dick – The Quest for the Austrian Whale
 
To mark the end of our work on the cycle ‘The New-Old,’ and to celebrate 20 years toxic dreams, we embarked on a large scale project, blending Herman Melville’s Moby Dick with what we termed, for a lack of a better name, the search for the Austrian […]

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Limonov
 
A Portrait of a Poet as a Rightwing Leader
May 12 – 14 and May 16 – 18, 2018, TAG Theater, Vienna.
A portrait of the punk, the Russian Forrest Gump, the poet, the professional revolutionary, the ultra-nationalist party leader.
Limonov is the true story of the decline and fall of a man who once seemed poised to become […]

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DER WAL DER ÖSTERREICH VERSCHLUCKTE
(The Whale that swallowed Austria)
Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the Moby Dick ride, the Austrian version. In the period just preceding the Second World War, the famous American film director John Huston created a masterpiece based on a book by the same name. One of the film’s stars was a little […]

 

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Morton Feldman Says
It is often thought that John Cage was the most significant composer to loose our Western ears from traditional modes of listening. However, it was Morton Feldman who, through pieces lasting anywhere between one and a half minutes and one and a half hours, first revealed a delight in the momentary presence of […]

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