Wien/Graz kartografieren
Gelatin and studio ASYNCHROME in conversation with Fiston Mwanza Mujila
Paranoia TV Headquarters

14.10., 20:00

Paranoia TV Zentrale and live online

Paranoia TV Headquarters
Herrengasse 26, 8010 Graz  ♿

In German

Free admission
​Limited attendance. Please register via e-mail to tickets [​at​] steirischerherbst.at.


With musical improvisation by Alec Hall

What remains of the places one could no longer visit during the lockdown? Two artist groups from Austria set out to find an answer. One of them, Gelatin from Vienna, supplies a map of Graz, as seen from their own upside-down and sideway perspective. In the memory of the Graz-based group studio ASYNCHROME, the Viennese landmarks merge into an illusionistic perspective collage. Together with writer Fiston Mwanza Mujila, both collectives will discuss their mapping practices.


Gelatin comprises the artists Ali Janka, Florian Reither, Tobias Urban, and Wolfgang Gantner. They formed Gelatin in the mid-1990s in Vienna, Austria. Locating their practice at the fragile crossroads of humor, spontaneity, childlike naivety, and blatant sexuality, their performances play with audience participation and collaboration. Gelatin is based in Vienna.

studio ASYNCHROME is a Graz-based group of artists and urbanists founded by Marteen Leitner and Michael Schitnig in 2013. Its practice is located on the interface between art and urban research and focuses on a rethinking of the notion of utopia. The group’s members live in Graz.

Fiston Mwanza Mujila (1981, Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo) is a writer. His debut novel Tram 83 was translated into several languages, received numerous awards and was longlisted for the Man Booker International Prize. He lives in Graz.


With musical improvisation by Alec Hall