• eW4\][Culture

    Artist in Residence, March 2016: Kopacz Kund

    Kopacz Kund from Romania is the Artist in Residence at the Q21 / MuseumsQuartier in Vienna for the month of March 2016: “The proposed project is a research to form a collection of books and publications (zines and webpages as well), which are the result of artistic interventions in public spaces that happened on the […]more

  • © Siegfried Zaworka, Klasse Bernhard Martin, 2015, Raststätte Walserberg

    eW4\][Culture, Open Calls

    Open Call: Fellowships for Curators and Artists at Salzburg Summer Academy 2016

    ERSTE Foundation offers five fellowships for young artists and five fellowships for emerging curators from Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovak Republic to take part in a course of their choice at the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Salzburg 2016. Every summer more than 300 students from more than 50 countries worldwide participate […]more
  • Europe, Events, eW4\][Culture

    Cross-border Travellers / Thinkers: “Poland is Not Yet Lost”

    The series of talks entitled Grenzgänger/Grenzdenker (cross-border travellers / thinkers) examines the growing sense of crisis and insecurity in Europe. The series is curated by the internationally renowned Austrian historian, literary translator and author Martin Pollack. The Polish government of the national conservative party “Law and Justice” (PiS) tries to annul democracy and to establish an […]more
  • eW4\][Culture, Invitation

    Ghosts of the Civil Dead: Picturing the Society of Exclusion

    Participating artists: Robert Gabris, Mulugeta Gebredikan, Christine Meisner, Juri Schaden, Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa Curator: Christian Kravagna Opening: 11 March, 6 p.m. Venue: tranzit.sk, Beskydská 12, Bratislava, 811 05 Exhibition dates: 11 March –  7 May 2016 Register here for the shuttle bus to the opening event (Vienna – Bratislava – Vienna, scroll down for more info). […]more
  • Europe, Events, Invitation

    Book presentation: Generation In-Between

    All across Europe one will find members of a generation born into the agony and aporia of the socialist societies of the 1980s. Those who grew up in the Yugoslavia of the 1980s and early 1990s, torn by conflict and crises, can testify first-hand to the horrors of the Balkan Wars. The militant violence that […]more
  • Social Development

    Good Impact: Open Call for Hungarian NGOs

    Hungarian organisation Civil Impact launched a special project with the main purpose to intensify collaboration and partnerships between representatives of the civil society and the for-profit sector within the framework of an event: Good Impact. This is a new initiative, a powerful and unconventional platform where NGOs can present their services to corporate decision-makers, and […]more
  • Europe

    Debating Europe: Refugees in Europe. Yes, we can. But how?

    In 2016, the European Union has still not found a convincing answer to the challenges which have been set by the arrival and integration of hundreds of thousands of refugees. How could a joint European refugee policy look like and what is contrary to its realization? Are 1.2 million refugees going to change a society […]more
  • eW4\][Culture, Invitation

    Maja and Reuben Fowkes / Green Dreams and Red Realities on the Blue Planet

    Ecological Perspectives in East European Art Lecture 16 February 2016, 5 pm, Berlinka, Slovak National Gallery Square Ľudovíta Štúra 4, 81102 Bratislava A collaboration project between tranzit.sk and Studio IN (Department of Intermedia and Multimedia, Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava) in the context of the Open Studio program. The first images of Earth […]more
  • Europe, Events

    Debating Europe: Future of Democracies

    The political participation in elections has been declining for years which undermines the system of representative democracy. In Europe, authoritarian structures develope, but also new protest cultures such as Syriza, Podemos or Pegida. According to the political scientist Colin Crouch, we are already in the age of post-democracy to which social media contribute as well. […]more
  • eW4\][Culture, Invitation

    urban_roma @ tranzit.ro/ Bucharest

    “urban_roma” is a collection of more than 300 family photographs, selected by feminist Crina Marina Morteanu from the personal archives of her family and friends, mostly in Bucharest’s 5th district. The photographs show Roma people from the urban environment, in their familiar setting and through different moments of their lives, throughout a few generations, from […]more