Restaging the Object: A Participatory Exploration of Long Kesh/Maze Prison Martin Krenn & Aisling O’Beirn (eds.)

The books have arrived in Berlin and Belfast and are ready to order. Thanks to Anna-Sophie Springer and K. Verlag | Press for the support and the photos.
Restaging the Object: A Participatory Exploration of Long Kesh/Maze Prison
Martin Krenn & Aisling O’Beirn (eds.)
With contributions by Martin Krenn & Aisling O’Beirn, Laura McAtackney, Suzana Milevska & Peter Peter Claus Mutschler and the project participants Simon Bridge, Phil Holland, David Stitt, The 50+Group under the umbrella of Tar Anall, the Eileen Hickey Irish Republican History Museum, the Roddy McCorley Society Museum, the Andy Tyrie Interpretative Centre, as well as a number of contributors who prefer to remain anonymous.

Design by Keith Connolly, Tonic Design, Belfast, English, 170 x 225 mm, 256 pages, Two paper stocks, Full color throughout, Sewn in sections, ISBN 978-3-9818635-6-7, Published by K. Verlag

Permanent Installation “Welcome to the Club” in the museum „House of Austrian History“

Dear friends and colleagues,
it’s a great pleasure to announce that the dialogical art installation “Welcome to the Club” opens in the House of Austrian History this Thursday, 6 June 2019 at 19:00. I am very much looking forward to seeing you there.
The project in the foyer of the museum invites the visitors to sit down in a discussion studio and get into a conversation with each other. Draw a moderation card and discuss historic as well as current questions on democracy, politics, media and culture.
“Welcome to the Club” is a project by Martin Krenn in cooperation with Büro trafo.K (Office for Art Education and Critical Knowledge Production) and Louise Beckershaus, Markus Fösl, Sarah von Holt, Dominik Ivancic, Anna Jungmayr, Nikolaus Kowarz, Katharina Kraus, Eva Meran, Antonia Plessing (mediation team hdgö)
House of Austrian History, location: Neue Burg, Heldenplatz, Vienna


1335MABINI proudly presents Martin Krenn’s second solo exhibition in 1335MABINI titled „The Real Glory and Other Stories.“