A Project with the Class for Photography and New Media, Mozarteum University Salzburg

April 24October 10, 2021
During the runtime the exhibition is structured into:
Act 1: 24. April 24—June 20, 2021
Act 2: June 24—August 22, 2021
Act 3: Aug 26—Oct 10, 2021

The exhibition by the photography and new media class at Mozarteum University Salzburg presents works that grew out of a probing examination of different manifestations of racism. Taking a wide range of approaches, the students reflect on everyday and structural racism, question social identities, and inquire into forms of the critique of power and avenues for self-empowerment. They draw connections to other forms of discrimination and address the mechanisms of social media as well as neo-colonialist practices in tourism. Their own positions within cultures and economies in Austria and how they tie in with their perspectives on racism are a central concern throughout. The exhibition is conceived as a space of negotiation, changing over the course of its duration to illustrate an ongoing discussion that accommodates unanswered questions, fragmentary arguments, and changes of direction no less than finished works.

The project exhibition with the Class for Photography and New Media, Mozarteum University Salzburg takes place parallel to the exhibition This World Is White No Longer. Views of a Decentered World.

Every Wednesday from 6 to 6:45 pm, one or more members of the Sculpting Feminism Reading Group are reading texts, chosen from an expanding feminist reading list, via Zoom. On the evenings of May 12, May 26, and June 9, the whole group will assemble in their regular session. As a visitor to the museum, you can join and log yourself into Zoom. Please send an e-mail to kunstvermittlung@mdmsalzburg.at to receive the link. Following each Wednesday evening, the read and recorded texts will be made available within the context of the exhibition during the following week.

The Sculpting Feminism Reading Group was founded in 2020 at the Mozarteum University Salzburg. The readers are: Rebecca Naß, Elena Lengauer, Dustin Waskow, Zoe Vitzthum, Charlotte Lang, Lara Schnepf, Benita Kogler, Hannah Imhoff, Marie Gruber, Caterina Mayer, Linda Kudla, Lena Ortner, Christina Jaques, Andrea Lumplecker, Ruth Berleth, Milena Keser, Leonie Zangerl et al.


Curators: Stefanie Grünangerl, Jürgen Tabor

Class for Photography and New Media, Mozarteum University Salzburg
Teachers: Gregor Neuerer, Sigrid Langrehr, Michael Mauracher, Peter Schreiner
Contributions by: Alba Malika Belhadj Merzoug, Melanie Forsthuber, Pia Geisreiter, Magdalena Heller, Hannah Imhoff, Agnes Elena Kern, Vera Kern, Kevin Klinger, Leonie Mirjam Lindinger, Charlotte Pann, Sabine Reisenbüchler, Eva-Maria Schitter, Sculpting Feminism Reading Group, this world is Ego No longer, Angelika Wienerroither, Judith Zaunschirm

Presented by Generali Foundation




Museum der Moderne Salzburg 
Mönchsberg 32 
5020 Salzburg, Austria 

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