Memories of an art space... 15 Jahre
Atelier KulturAXE, 1995 - 2010 Das Atelier KulturAXE am Esteplatz in Wien 1030 war 15 Jahre Treffpunkt at its best von KünstlerInnen aller Kontinente,
Begegnungsraum und ein Ort für Ausstellungen, Performances, Lesungen, Filmabende, Diskussionen, Podien, Feste, Workshops, transnationale Projektarbeit, Tanz-,
Theater- und Filmproben, Eat-Art, Live-Musik and much much more. Ein Film über gelebte Kunst im Atelier KulturAXE, looking back without regrets.
Storyboard: Caroline Fekete-Kaiser & Mascha Fekete. Kamera & Schnitt: Mascha Fekete (2012)
Hungarian Feast - featuring EVA BODNAR & the
SECRET PAPRIKA - took place in the studio KulturAXE in Vienna at the opening of the exhibition BBB (Budapest, Bratislava, Bécs) on 10th December 2004. An
exhibition involving Painting, Video and Culinary Art. Artists of the exhibition: Matthias Baumgartner/A, Eva Bodnar/H/A, Jan Fekete/SK, Hannes Glaser/A,
Lisa Klein/A, Attila Piller/A/H, Hari Schütz/A, Katharina Razumovsky/A, László László Révész/H, Christian Zillner/A. Video
Production: Katalin Meszterházy/H, KulturAXE, 2004.
2003, 13th International Art Symposium KulturAXE, Part 1
International Art Symposium organized by
KulturAXE Vienna in the Fortress Boyen, Gizycko, Poland, from 20.7.-10.8.2003. With video sequences of Richard Fajnor, Yuri Solomko, Marc Edwards and
CrossOver. Music: Chessa, Volla Volla, Soul In, Trumpet Vibre, Chess Mix, South Africa. Workshops directed by artists: Eva Bodnar/H/A, Marc
Edwards/RSA, Richard Fajnor/SK/CZ, Jan Fekete/SK, Hannes Glaser/A, Mike Hentz/CH/USA, Pawel Mendrek/PL, Yuri Solomko/UKR, Gosia Szandala/PL, Ewa Zasada/PL.
Video Production: Voice and text: Caroline Fekete-Kaiser. Jan Fekete, KulturAXE, 2003.
LOD 2003, 13th International Art Symposium KulturAXE, Part 2
The symposium took place in Gizycko, Poland,
from 20.7.-10.8.2003. Part 2 shows the last part of the CROSS OVER presentation, the credits and partners and one of the results, the video DEMOBILISED DESIRE,
produced by Manueala Janz/A and Gerda Gradwohl/A in the workshop of Richard Fajnor/SK. Video Production: Jan Fekete, KulturAXE, 2003.
CC DESIGN CATWALK 07 Jewellery &
Fashion Design performance with contemporary dance and live music March 2007, Museumsquartier Vienna SISONKE means 'togetherness'in Zulu and stands for
a creative exchange between South Africa and Europe. The Cross Continental Design Catwalk (CCDC) is an unique jewellery and fashion design performance created by
designers and artists from South Africa, Austria, Hungary and Slovakia. A complex production integrating jewellery and fashion design, music, dance, visuals and
poetry for an enthralling event reflecting the theme of 'togetherness'. SISONKE was developed by KulturAXE Vienna and Imfundiso South Africa. The SISONKE
CCDC was created in cooperation with partners in South Africa and Europe such as Ntja-pedi Productions, Blackage Media (RSA), Inzalo Dance Company (RSA), D.ID
Dance Identity (A), New Design University (A), the South African Embassy Vienna and more partners as featured in the video. Video Production: Katalin
Mesterhazy, KulturAXE, 2003.
SISONKE, South Africa -- Europe A platform
against poverty and for togetherness created by KulturAXE Vienna (A) and IMFUNDISO Skills Development South Africa Video production: Mascha Fekete,
KulturAXE with a poem of Keorapetse W. Kgositsile Music by Samson Mnisi aka DJ Fatman "Zanele", In a choreography of Liz King (A) and Moeketsi
Koena (RSA), documenting the CROSS CONTINENTAL DESIGN CATWALK (CCDC) '07, Jewellery & Fashion Design performance performed at the New Design Festival NDU,
designforumMQ, Museumsquartier Vienna 07
SISONKE 7 COLOURS CROSS
CONTINENTAL DESIGN CATWALK, a project by KulturAXE Vienna & Imfundiso Skills Development South Africa and partners. Design Against Poverty / Design for
Togetherness. Date: 05.06.2010, Location: Strandbar Herrmann, Vienna. Gold sponsor: DCM DECOmetal. Support & sponsoring as listed in the video. Video Production: Caroline Fekete-Kaiser, KulturAXE, ww.kulturaxe.com
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS Vienna * Bratislava * Budapest, video-statement
KulturAXE (www.kulturaxe.com) produces video-statements by art & culture
personalities from Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest within the project CLOSE ENCOUNTERS. CLOSE ENCOUNTERS asks:
How close are we really, nearly
twenty years after the opening of the border?
Which are the opportunities and obstacles in this cultural space of former East- and West Europe?
How do artists and cultural actors see the situation, their scope of action and their chances for real exchange?
Powered by ERSTE Stiftung,
BMUKK Kunstsektion, Wien Kultur Kategorie: Nonprofit & Aktivismus Video Productions: KulturAXE, 2008
Starring Heidulf Gerngross, Architect, editor and
publisher, Vienna, Berlin (www.star-wien.at). Filmed in Vienna in the studio of Heidulf Gerngross, by Caroline Fekete-Kaiser, edited by Jan & Mascha