Andrea Standen-Raz, Elektro Guzzi, Stefan Goldmann
Tue, 15.06.2010, 7.00 pm
MAK Depot of Contemporary Art Gefechtsturm Arenbergpark
8.30 p.m.V I E N N A (not everything will be taken into the future) a documentary film of a city in change. Directed by Andrew Standen-Raz. Work-in-progress screening (ca. 70 min.) 10.00 p.m. Elektro Guzzi. Album Release Concert from 11.00 p.m. DJ Stefan Goldmann (Macro, Berlin)
As the final MAK NITE before the summer break, the MAK Contemporary Art Depot at the Arenbergpark Flak Tower in Viennas
third district will witness a CAT OPEN event focusing on the Viennese contemporary arts and music scene. The Flak Tower, a
monument to the post-World War II motto niemals vergessen [never forget], is a location which can
serve as a basis and starting point for the presentand, even more, for the futureof contemporary art production.
The event will feature a screening of the documentary film V I E N N A (not everything will be taken into the future) by British
filmmaker Andrew Standen-Raz, which revolves around a citys attempt to reinvent itself within its own microcosm.
As a live act, as the climax of the evening and as a way of representing the multifaceted abilities of Viennas innovative
and exciting music scene, Elektro Guzzi will give a concert to mark the release of their synonymous first album.
The evening will conclude with a DJ set by Stefan Goldmann: this Berlin-based musician, DJ and producer founded the Macro
label in 2007 and has been internationally active in the field of electronic music since 1990.
CAT OPEN 2010 In the form of actions, performance, and installations, artists thematize the visionary idea of a constantly expanding and
growing art location in connection with the historical significance and distinctiveness of the site. These onenight-only events
taking place within the framework of the MAK NITE offer an additional experimental field and allow for constant revitalization
of the intention of the CAT Contemporary Art Tower.
Published for the exhibition of the same title (11.6. - 21.9.2008) German/English 160 pages, zahlreiche Illustrations 19 x 25,2 cm, hardcover MAK Vienna / Hatje Cantz Verlag Ostfildern-Ruit, 2008 out of print
Published for the exhibition of the same title (188.8.131.52.2012), MAK Wien. German/English 240 pages, numerous coloured illustrations 21 x 26 cm, paperback MAK Wien / Verlag für moderne Kunst Nürnberg, 2012