Aleksandra Kołodziejczyk, Karl Wratschko
In most cities, women are greatly under-represented in the urban landscape – a far cry from gender parity. In Vienna, around 90 percent of all places and streets named after people bear the names of men. Presence brings Viennese
locations named after women into view and closer to the awareness of the viewer. It is a kind of inventory, a contribution to an active culture of remembrance as well as a critical examination of the representation of women in public space.
Aleksandra Kołodziejczyk is a writer, photographer and film-maker, works in radio, and is actively engaged in areas of development policy, women’s* rights and feminist issues.
Films by Aleksandra Kołodziejczyk
traces 2021 | 1 I15 2020
Karl Wratschko is a curator, film-maker and artist. He studied theatre, film and media studies at University of Vienna.
Films by Karl Wratschko
Remade: Hans Scheugls »Wien 17, Schumanngasse« 2021 | 1 I15 2020 | mare liberum I mare clausum 2019 | Index 2018 | I have seen the future 2017 | Pale April 2016 | Monte Nero 2014