The German and Austrian art and culture scene (especially in the field of performance and theatre) is still very German-speaking. However, in recent years, some efforts have been made to include multilingualism in the art and culture scene, so that people who do not have German as their first language can also have access to culture and art and can participate.
Even in a global/international work context, English is mostly the language of communication. Thus, the core team of the ze_R0!Ayns project has chosen English as the common project language. First and foremost, this enables the team to work together, while at the same time, with the performative installation "The World of ze_R0!Ayns", it offers a reflection of the above-mentioned heterogeneous society as well as precisely that accessibility for people living in Vienna who do not speak German. Through the creation of the associated social media channels and the website, people who are not resident in Vienna (or Austria) can also accompany the project, so that the project goes beyond local borders and enables international exchange.
Wientalterrasse, 1050 Wien
Sheri Avraham, Nouk Baudrot, Lara Bellon, Faris Cuchi Gezahegn, Sarah Glück, Kim Groneweg, Anna Menecia Antenete Hambira, Mbatji Hambira, Ipek Hamzaoğlu, Theodor Moise, Gabriel Moncayo-Asan, Galo Moncayo-Asan, Martina Moro, Oliver Mathias Kratochwill, Joanna Zabielska.
A project by CLUB Havera in collaboration with D/Arts - Project Office for Diversity and Urban Dialogue.
August 30 to September 1, 2022
In cooperation with the Federal Ministry of Arts, Culture, Public Service and Sports.