Every Future is Possible / I’d Rather Work than take a
Break / Diploma Exhibition / Video-,Sound- and Space-
Installation, Objects, Participatory Performance /
University of Applied Arts, Vienna
The work consists of two rooms.
They are devised as
immersive installations and comprise several video
works, diverse artifacts and site specific elements.
“Transparent Dreams” was motivated by the feeling of
hope and fear. They beset me with regard to the future of
our society. By means of an installative double structure,
I ask, if the world we live in is determined by great
misfortune or if it is still possible to dream of a reality
worth bequeathing to our descendants.
In one room complete surveillance has become a bitter
reality. Whoever is trapped in it tries to move forward
until a complete breakdown. The other dream is happy
and colorful. In it everything imaginable is possible.
There are many ways our future can be lived.
Consept, Costume, Regie, Design: Maria-Magdalena Ianchis
Performance (Videos): Maria-Magdalena Ianchis, Luana Marina
Schäfer, Ezechiel-Daniel Ianchis, Natalia Björnsdóttir Bender,
Camera: Maria-Magdalena Ianchis, Bjarni Svanur Friðsteinsson,
Cut/Effekte: Maria-Magdalena Ianchis, Bjarni Svanur
Friðsteinsson, Peter Várnai.
Sound: Maria-Magdalena Ianchis, Bjarni Svanur Friðsteinsson,
Hocker: Maria-Magdalena Ianchis
Help with building of the chairs: Lemuel Ianchis, Lemuel-Benjamin
2019/ MMI/ EVERY FUTURE IS POSSIBLE VIDEO
2019/ MMI/ EVERY FUTURE IS POSSIBLE
Room Installation, Videoinstallation, Hocker
2019 / MMI / STOOLS
The stools have an individual height
and leave the industrial norm.
They are made for living
beings that also have an individual size.
2019/ MMI/ DREAM FUTURE Participatory Performance, Vienna
Via an online platform visitors can contribute dreams and
wishes for a future they want to live in. This ongoing work
is connected to my homepage and everybody can