It’s app. 1.5 years we have been concentrating on the story-world development and the physical fabrication of Turnton Docklands. Obviously with breaks in-between as well as other project-involvements – whereby these again have been loosely connected to the work, such as “Presents of the Future“.
We truly would love to be more forthcoming with any sort of coverage / information /documentation of this current work! We would love to share all or at least some of the daily progressions, blissful achievements, tiny and less tiny failures .. but well, it’s just that we simply can’t find enough time to cover what we do on a daily base..
Since months we see initial ideas, approaches and thoughts of a possible future we “fabulated” growing, see this fabulation changing and thriving. See it being taken into different, considered directions – and we see it growing into something “real”, something haptic, experiential and tangible.
Processes and progresses magnificent in their nature – if not even magical – and solely possible through the great engagement of an impressive number of fantastic people who joined in for co-creating a possible future which allows to think out loud about a preferred future we would like to live in!
Albert Förster, Alexander Meile, Anat Stainberg, Andrea Strasser, Andreas Kump, Andreas Mayrhofer, Angela Waidmann, Anna Mendelssohn, Antonia Kriegner, Astrid Benzer, Aurel von Arx, Barbara Hinterleitner, Bastian Dulisch, Bronwynn Mertz-Penzinger, Caroline Richards, Christian Haas, Christian Leisch, Christian Scheppe, Christian Strasser, Christian Wellmann , Christopher Hüttmannsberger, Daniel Steiner, Die Fabrikanten, Dominika Meindl, Doris Schüchner, Elisa Unger, Elke Doppelbauer, Florian Kofler, Florian Sedmak, Freundinnen der Kunst, Gabriele Deutsch, Georg Holzmann, Giles Tilling, Gitti Vasicek, Gunda Schanderer, Helga Schager, Inga Hehn, Jenny Weichert, Joschi Viteka, Jürgen Zauner, KAPU , Katja Seifert, Leo Schatzl, Leonie Reese, Luis Wohlmuter, Lutz Zeidler, Marc Schrögendorfer, Maria Fliri, Marianne Pührerfellner, Mario Habringer, Marion Huber, Markus Zett, Matt Davidson, Matthias Gschaider, Matthias Hack, Maximilian Modl, Michael Smulik, Michael Strohmann, monochrom, Nik Hummer, Nina Pieper, Paul Schausberger, Peter Woy, Philip Huemer, Philipp Pamminger, qujochoe , radio fro, Robert Zauner, S. Javid Hakim Šárka Zahálková, servus.at , Sigrid Cakir, Silke Grabinger, Silke Müller, Stefan Füreder, Stephan Rois, Susanne Gschwendtner, Tanja Brandmayr, Tanja Lattner, Thomas Latzel, Thomas Leitner, Thomas Maier, Tim Boykett, Tim Weckenbrock, Tina Auer, Ufuk Serbest, Ushi Reiter, Valarie Serbest, Veronika Platz, Wolfgang Gratt (just in case a name is missing – tell us – we are happy to add it!)
A current version of Turnton Docklands will be shown at the Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz as part of the Ars Electronica Festival in September and October 2017
Turnton Docklands has been emerging out of a project we started in the context of Changing Weathers, a pan-European project made possible with the support from: Creative Europe Culture, BKA-Kunst, Linz Kultur and Kulturland OÖ. The current version is kindly supported through LinzAG, Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz, ARS Electronica, Valletta2018, BKA-Kunst, Linz Kultur and Kulturland OÖ