In cooperation with the Brunnenpassage

ZukunftsKwizin was a three-year participatory art project with young women. The more than seventy participants form a diverse group with many different life experiences and interests. Important questions addressed by this collaborative effort are flight, gender, identity, feminism and shaping the future.

About the project

About the project

ZukunftsKwizin opted for a critical transcultural and aesthetic approach to the topic of exile. Stereotypes and dominant discourses will be called into question and the possibilities for changing our ways of thinking about place, identity and gender in the contemporary world will be explored. The aesthetic practice offered a space for experiments, deconstruction of social conditioning and openness. The project offers a platform for creating contemporary art based on feminist positions and give it space. Concrete productions, which enable society to engage the topics of exile, gender and identity will also be realised.

Statement Diary Project Team: Eleni Palles, Natalia Hecht, Claudia Posekany, Wasan Alali

Direction of ZukunftsKwizin: Natalia Hecht




Productions ZukunftsKwizin


Love, Loss & Longing – Postcard project in cooperation with the Konzerthaus in the framework of Orfeo & Majnun

Exhibition Critical Care, Architekturzentrum Vienna

Statement Diary (funded by the Hil Foundation) Natalia Hecht, Eleni Palles, Claudia Posekany, Wasan Alali)


Performance and Film – Stadtrecherche Offene Burg – Akademietheater (Natalia Hecht, Songul Sonmezz,  Betül Seyma Küpeli, Anne Wiederhold, Zuzana Ernst, Fesih Alpagu)

Project Week and Performance in the Weltmuseum Wien (Natalia Hecht, Sheri Avraham, Lubna Soufi)


Care and Repair. Prototypes at the Nordbahnhof Railway Station (Zuzana Ernst, Natalia Hecht)

Exhibition in Qualify for Hope (Lubna Soufi)

Exhibition in the Brunnenpassage


ZukunftsKwizin is a project of Brunnenpassage in cooperation with #Qualify for Hope and Production School bildung.bewegt Mädchen, a programme focused on education for young women.

Statement-Diary is funded by the Hil-Foundation and BKA.

In the framework of the EU Project Orfeo & Majnun, in cooperation with the Vienna Konzerthaus and Basis.Kultur.Wien. Additional financial support from the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

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