Archive for November, 2005

Vienna For Thirsty Berliners

Last Weekend I was in Berlin, and near a drinking fountain in Kurf


Babsi once again graced me with a wonderful picture.


Oh boy, someone fucked it up pretty damn well!

the new band!

Snowy Days

Umberto already told you that Winter has now officially arrived in this very city.


Up to a few days ago, it was only cold as hell, but no real snow. But then, oho! Snow came.
Snow is a good thing, well, until it melts away and then freezes over the night and i already had my troubles walking to the subway without kissing the street (… or my ass kissing the street.).

But snow is good.
Its part of the winter, just like the Maroni and Langos thingies.

And what else?
oh yes, the Christkindl Markets! Is there any good one you could recommend me? with lots of Punsch and Jagatee and… stuff?

“Hanga Trifft Manga” Art Exhibition

Hanga Trifft Manga | Hanga Meets Manga |
An Exhibition of Japanese Prints and Comics,
Organized by Art Students from Webster University,
under the guidence of Sylvia Kummer.


Street Watercolor


Source: Towering Flat



Source: Towering Flat

Call of the Wild: Tarzanology

Stefan Tiron will held a lecture about Tarzanology and post-colonialism at the monochrom space in Museumsquartier on 23 November 2005, 8 PM.


Stefan Tiron was born in 1976 in Romania, studied and lived in Germany (Berlin) and the US (Anchorage, Philadelphia) and has a degree in the History and Theory of Art at the Art University Bucharest. He is busy trafficking information between several cities, scenes, geographic areas; between the natural sciences and the arts; promoting noise, local youth subcultures and counter-cultural moves. He is currently part of the artist in residence program at the Museumsquartier 21 in Vienna, invited by monochrom.

German language info

Waiting for the Winter

Winter is arriving, and this freezing raven seeking for a shelter in one of the Gasometer windows seems to feel it.


Vienna Phil’s First Time With A Woman

Australian conductor Simone Young became the first woman ever to conduct the Vienna Philharmonic last weekend. “Although the mixed-metaphor reviewers were underwhelmed, we have it on good authority that they were generally courteous and even deferential — a signal perhaps that while Vienna’s musical life is stuck in the 19th century, it has some grace, intelligence and dignity.”


Yo, croc, yo!

I love consumer society.

It blesses you with phthalate free soft touch plastic crocodiles for 11 euros.


Location: Christmas market in front of Vienna city hall.

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