Conversation Piece: Can Rave Save Culture? with artist Bogomir Doringer

In 2014, Bogomir Doringer began to film club dance floors from a bird’s-eye perspective. Since then he has made an intense study of the club as a social biotope and dance as a deeply-rooted human instinct. 
The event will take place in English. Conversation Piece with Marlies Wirth, Curator Digital Culture and MAK Design Collection. 
Tue, 21.3.2023 7 pm8 pm
MAK – Museum of Applied Arts
Registration closed
We need to talk! The MAK starts the new art education format Conversation Pieces. We will speak with artists, activists, scientists, and personalities from various fields about select objects from the MAK Collection. Conversation Pieces is dedicated to themes like diversity, feminism, participation or loneliness, symbiotic bodies, racism in collections, planet care, and much more. We use the MAK as a polyphonic place for the exchange of ideas and to engage in various sociopolitical discourses and problems that enable new perspectives on an extraordinary collection. Conversation Pieces can be understood as an impetus to make widespread pictorial worlds and narratives visible and to critically question them by talking about them together.
Participation fee: € 10 (excl. admissio to the museum)
Event will be held in english
Followed by: (young)MAK Rave 

We kindly ask you to arrive at least 20 minutes before the event begins. 
In addition to the event fee, a museum ticket (admission ticket, MAK Annual Pass, Kulturpass, etc.) is required to attend the event. Participation fee: € 10 (excl. admissio to the museum)


in the context of the exhibition PROTEST/ARCHITECTURE: Barricades, Camps, Superglue