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  • Opening Ajnhajtclub

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    This is how we danced at the opening of AJNHAJTCLUB a show and club curated by Bogomir Doringer

    This year Austria celebrates the 50th anniversary of the contract of 4 April 1966 between the Republic of Austria and the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia establishing a basis for the legal and voluntary migration of labor, and so creating the “Gastarbeiter” (Lit. guestworker) phenomenon. Article 9 of this historically significant contract specifically endorsed the promotion of this mobile workforce's own cultural and social life, and led to the founding of over 100 workers social clubs. Following the international success of his project “FACELESS,” artist and curator Bogomir Doringer returns to the MuseumsQuartier Wien with a new exhibition. “AJNHAJTCLUB” explores the history of this community as reflected in these clubs, which were not only regarded as spaces for maintaining and bolstering cultural identity and for providing a sense of participation, but also provided a vent for nostalgia towards the old homeland.

    Artists: ATK!* (BEL), Evelyn Benčičová (SVK) & Adam Csoka Keller (SVK/CAN), Ljubomir Bratić (AUT), Juan Pablo Cámara* (ARG/NLD) & Michele Rizzo* (ITA/NLD), Leyla Cárdenas* (COL), Olga Dimitrijević* (SRB), Mladen Đorđević (SRB), HOR 29. Novembar (YUG/AUT) & Turbo Tanja (SRB/AUT), Nikola Knežević* (SRB/NLD), Marko Lulić (AUT), Claudia Maté* (ESP), Milan Mijalkovic (MKD/AUT), Miroslav Mikuljan (HRV), Vladimir Miladinović (SRB), Goran Novaković (AUT), Josip Novosel* (HRV), Bernd Oppl (AUT), Krsto Papić (HRV), Antonis Pittas* (GRC/NLD), Marta Popivoda* (SRB), Roberto Uribe-Castro* (COL/NLD), Addie Wagenknecht (USA), and others
    *Q21/MQ Artist-in-Residence Show less
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    In 2016 Austria celebrates the 50th anniversary of the contract of 4 April 1966 between the Republic of Austria and the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia establishing a basis for the legal and voluntary migration of labor, and so creating the “Gastarbeiter” (Lit. guestworker) phenomenon. Article 9 of this historically significant contract specifically endorsed the promotion of this mobile workforce's own cultural and social life, and led to the founding of over 100 workers social clubs. Following the international success of his project “FACELESS,” artist and curator Bogomir Doringer returns to the MuseumsQuartier Wien with a new exhibition. “AJNHAJTCLUB” explores the history of this community as reflected in these clubs, which were not only regarded as spaces for maintaining and bolstering cultural identity and for providing a sense of participation, but also provided a vent for nostalgia towards the old homeland.

    Artists: ATK!* (BEL), Evelyn Benčičová (SVK) & Adam Csoka Keller (SVK/CAN), Ljubomir Bratić (AUT), Juan Pablo Cámara* (ARG/NLD) & Michele Rizzo* (ITA/NLD), Leyla Cárdenas* (COL), Olga Dimitrijević* (SRB), Mladen Đorđević (SRB), HOR 29. Novembar (YUG/AUT) & Turbo Tanja (SRB/AUT), Nikola Knežević* (SRB/NLD), Marko Lulić (AUT), Claudia Maté* (ESP), Milan Mijalkovic (MKD/AUT), Miroslav Mikuljan (HRV), Vladimir Miladinović (SRB), Goran Novaković (AUT), Josip Novosel* (HRV), Bernd Oppl (AUT), Krsto Papić (HRV), Antonis Pittas* (GRC/NLD), Marta Popivoda* (SRB), Roberto Uribe-Castro* (COL/NLD), Addie Wagenknecht (USA), and others
    *Q21/MQ Artist-in-Residence

    www.Q21.at/freiraum
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