New Ways Of Staging Part II/CIVA/ Belvedere21

Key Note


  • 18 February 2024– Belvedere 21, Wien, Österreich (Museum des 21. Jahrhundert)


creative practice, activism, art, games, Game Theory, Speilforschung


LUDIC PLAY WORK From exhibition design to the performing arts, digital technologies are shaping the future of how we experience art and culture. This Workshop session brought together by the Vienna Business Agency and CIVA, invites you to take a deeper look into the work of the feminist US american artist Angela Washko, and the approaches of the ludic artist and head of the new department Experimental Game Cultures at die Angewandte Vienna, Margarete Jahrmann. Margarete/a Jahrmann talked about her collaborative and interdisciplinary artistic practice, how she explores ludic art and activism. She demonstrated her“exhibition games“, including curatorial work, her own hybrid performative and installative art pieces, dealing with neuroscientific research and technologies, emerging fields of the art and design of play and the human condition. At the occasion on site she also launch a call, open to all participants for a prototyping session on LUDIC PLAY WORK: artistic research, that evolves around the concept and idea of a Ludic society and method of activist and politically conscious play — with the aim to introduce game changer games.





  • Belvedere 21, Wien, Österreich
  • Arsenalstraße 1
  • 1030 Wien
  • Österreich

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Published By: Margarete Jahrmann | Universität für Angewandte Kunst Wien | Publication Date: 10 February 2024, 18:48 | Edit Date: 10 February 2024, 18:48