Lehrende und MitarbeiterInnen

Färber, Martin Univ.-Ass. Mag. des. ind.

Rat Race, Snail Pace
Kunst im öffentlichen Raum, Kulturpolitik, Design, Installation
What is economic growth and productivity? How is it related to resource and energy use, human well-being and social stability? What role can artistic strategies play to challenge the growth imperative? How can methods of art and media be used to trigger public involvement in the growth discourse? How can marketing strategies be instrumentalized for a critique of economic growth? Based on these questions, the workshop Rat Race, Snail Pace developed diverse strategies to challenge the global growth imperative by interdisciplinary collaboration between students from the Vienna University of Economics and Business and the University of Applied Arts Vienna. The workshop was part of a deep involvement of both departments in the subject of Degrowth, accompanying the co-organisation of the conference Degrowth Vienna 2020 - Strategies for Social-Ecological Transformation and an upcoming exhibition on the topic. With Ernest Aigner, Martin Färber, Oliver Hangl, Halliki Kreinin and Nina Pohler. www.degrowthvienna2020.org wu.ac.at/studium/master/soziooekonomie/ueberblick www.socialdesign.ac.at
Martin Färber, Nina Pohler, Ernest Aigner, Halliki Kreinin, Oliver Hangl
Martin Färber, Nina Pohler, Oliver Hangl, Ernest Aigner, Halliki Kreinin
Datum, Zeit und Ort
2020-05-25 – 2020-05-29