Guided Tours

BTV Stadtforum
Innsbruck
+43 505 333 - 1417
info@innsitu.at

Moments of Insight – new encounters with photography and music.


Fridays at 1 – express guided tours


Quick guided tour with selected highlights of the exhibition. Every Friday from November 13th 2020 on Instagram and Facebook (either as video or post). No registration needed.


 

Children, groups, individual or school tours 

available by appointment
+43 505 333 - 1417 info@innsitu.at

Sign in
December
© Reingard Spannring
16 December 2020, 6 p.m.

Digital dialogue guided tour with Reingard Spannring, sociologist
Animals can be seen in many portraits in the exhibition, sometimes with people and repeatedly in individual portraits. Reingard Spannring is an expert on the subject of scientific perspectives. She studied sociology at the University of Vienna and the University of Sussex, and has taught and carried out research at the Institute of Educational Science in Innsbruck since 2006. Her areas of research include Critical Animal Studies, educational philosophy and theories of learning.

Please register for the event. The tour takes place via video conference. We will then send you an access link.

January
© KHM-Museumsverband
13 January 2021, 6 p.m.

Photosynthesis – dialogue guided tour with Veronika Sandbichler, Director of Castle Ambras
Art historian Veronika Sandbichler is responsible for managing the very location of the Wunderkammer which inspired Bettina von Zwehl’s exhibition. Ambras Castle is the oldest museum in the world and holds the only Renaissance Chamber of Art and Wonders (Kunst und Wunderkammer) of its kind to have been preserved at its original location. The collection that was systematically created by the Habsburg Archduke Ferdinand II marks the beginning of the modern museum in Europe.

The tour takes place via livestream. We will keep you informed about news here.

© Bettina von Zwehl
20 January 2021, 6 p.m.

A conversation with the artist
Bettina von Zwehl and Melanie Manchot in conversation with Hans-Joachim Gögl

Live video conference from London. A registration for the event is required.

To round off the exhibition, a conversation by video conference with Bettina von Zwehl and Melanie Manchot. The INN SITU’s artist in residence in autumn 2019 knows Bettina von Zwehl’s work well. Both artists were born in Germany and have lived in London for many years. A dialogue about the current exhibition, their friendship as artists, conditions in the international art market and much more.

Please register for the event. The tour takes place via video conference. We will then send you an access link.

Past events

Dezember
© E. Vinh
2 December 2020, 6 p.m.

Digital Photo Sound – guided tour with musical accompaniment by Andreas Tentschert
Musical accompaniment for works in the exhibition. On Instagram and Facebook.

November
© E. Vinh
6 November 2020, 5 p.m.

Digital Photo Sound – guided tour with musical accompaniment by Andreas Tentschert. The event is part of the Innsbruck Premierentage Festival.
Musical accompaniment for works in the exhibition. On Instagram and Facebook.

© Gianluca Crepaldi
4 November, 6 p.m.

Digital dialogue guided tour with Gianluca Crepaldi, psychoanalyst
Working in the studio, where the photographer and model interact, is one of the artist’s key themes. Bettina von Zwehl experiments with various compositions and the degree to which they lean towards control or freedom. This is reminiscent of the rituals used in psychoanalysis. A conversation with the therapist Gianluca Crepaldi about observation, intervention and his images, which appear in Bettina von Zwehl’s Wunderkammer.


BTV Stadtforum
Innsbruck
+43 505 333 - 1417
info@innsitu.at