In the second edition of "Convo Club", Johanna Rainer and Juliana Lindenhofer introduce new perspectives and interesting insights into the current exhibition. Both will critically approach the exhibition "Hate Speech: Aggression and Intimacy" as art critics from different perspectives: Juliana Lindenhofer is a visual artist in Vienna and Johanna Rainer has several years of experience as a curator in Graz. In the conversation, they will discuss questions concerning the realization of the exhibition, as well as artistic positions within the thematic frame.
Juliana Lindenhofer (1987 Graz, lives in Vienna) studied visual art with Monica Bonvicini and Dorit Margreiter at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. Recently, her performances and exhibitions were displayed at FAREWELLWELLWELL – wellwellwell Vienna, the Wiener Festwochen-Hyperreality festival and at Research and Waves-space for drastic measures in Berlin.
Mag. Johanna Rainer, M.A. (1984 Graz, lives in Graz) is an art historian and culture manager and studied, among others, cultures of the curatorial at the Academy for Graphic and Book Art in Leipzig. She is co-publisher of "Truth is Concrete: A Handbook for Artistic Strategies in Real Politics" (2014) and recently worked as assistant curator at the festival steirischer herbst.