Archive for June, 2007

Tori Amos……….

TORI AMOS was thrilling graz on wednesday………..


it was such an amazing night, even though it was rainy and cold…….
her voice is just georgeous and with all the light and the atmosphere of the “kasematten b├╝hne”
it was more like a dream, like slipping away in another sphere…..


Diving in Graz?

Seems that there is a huge diving tank called “Tauchturm” near Graz. Never heard about it, but seems to be a blast.


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I wonder if they keep Kevin Costner there. (If you don’t get the joke, just forget it. It’s not worth mentioning.)


Graz police goes dancefloor techno.

(I added this to our category “urban survival”… and I think that’s fitting.)

Hang him higher



Sterz #100

Styria’s magazine for literature, art and art politics — Sterz — will soon release its 100th issue. And the team and all the readers will frickin’ celebrate it! Congratulations!

Monday, July 2; 5 PM; Orangerie in the Grazer Burggarten.


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Trivia: Whose teeth are these?


Dear readers…

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“I Aim to Misbehave!”

As an accompanying program to the first Can’t-Stop-the-Serenity-Screening in Austria, and the first screening of the movie Serenity in English in Graz there will be some philosophical talks on the 21st of June 2007. In this discussion the organizers want to explore the emancipatory potential of Science-Fiction.

Reassessing Science-Fiction: Dystopia and Utopia, rebellious pathos and perpetuation of reactionary thinking, transgressive body-politics and maintenance of paternalistic gender-concepts.

Lectures by:
– Christian Fuchs (FM4)
– Johannes Grenzfurthner (monochrom) and Stefan Lutschinger


Where? When? ESC, June 21; 6 PM.

Graz Apocalypses (6)

Martin K sends us his interpretation of the barbarian hordes in the UPC Arena: “UPC Rocketarena”



Graz Apocalypses (5)

Graz is under attack!

Great piece by Simon Brugner.


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