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POD SCHÜTZE ÖSTERREICH ist ein Podcast, der im Rahmen der "Wiener Festwochen" 2018 von 14.-20. Mai 2018 auf der "Bau.stelle Parlament" in Wien live produziert wurde. Angesiedelt zwischen Radiokunst und Wissenschaftsformat, nimmt er die frühe Hörfunk-Tradition der politischen Beschwörungen des Gemeinwesens wieder auf. Den Ausgangspunkt bildet eine Beobachtung: Souveränität scheint heute zu diffundieren. Dies bringt zunehmend poröse Nationalstaaten hervor. Aber auch die Autonomie des Subjekts ist in dichte Netze von technischen Dingen und Megastrukturen eingespannt, die hinter unseren Rücken mithandeln. Auf der Suche nach Teil-Souveränitäten angesichts einstürzender Welten versuchen sich Denker*innen, Künstler*innen und politische Aktivist*innen in der – einst staatstragenden – Rhetorik der Reden zur Lage der Nation(en).POD SCHÜTZE ÖSTERREICH ist eine Produktion der Wiener Festwochen 2018. Kurator: Alexander MartosSendungsgestaltung und Regie: Martin Gasteiner und Alexander MartosMusik: Peter VotavaModeration: Alexander Martos und Agustina WoodgateSprecherin: Anna MendelssohnLive-Regie und Live-Stream: radioee.net und Sebastian MarschlerÜbersetzung: Stefan Leiner und Ruth MauritzGrafik und Videoanimation: Bernhard Poppe, dform

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EPISODE 14: Terror and the State of Territory

We think of the relation between a state and its territory as fixed, with the world divided up by boundaries that are clear and unmovable. Those state boundaries seemingly mark a clear line between domestic and foreign politics. After World War II the international community tried to fix those boundaries, and outlaw intervention within the territory of a sovereign state. The post-Cold War world has seen a progressive weakening of the links between these ideas - among others the intervention in Kosovo, and then a sequence of interventions following George W. Bush’s declaration of a ‘war on terror’ in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and most recently in Syria. These interventions challenge the sovereignty of states within their boundaries, within their territory, though most are attempts to preserve their territorial status. This talk will provide some historical background, and open up the quest

77 MIN2018 JUN 12
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EPISODE 14: Terror and the State of Territory

EPISODE 15: The Heartbeat of the Nation

Recent Nationalism is promising a strong hand of the sovereign at the borders. But what about the distances inside, where daily life is pulsating? Can we organize a space and time of – at least partly – free living together without sovereign power? What makes us gain sufficient distance between one another in order to find own rhythms that can synchronize differently? What mediates amongst heart frequencies, if not the watch being synchronized by the state? Speaker: KAI VAN EIKELS Respondents: SABETH BUCHMANN and PAUL FEIGELFELD KAI VAN EIKELS is Guest Professor at the Ruhr University Bochum und teaches at the Free University Berlin. In his books he combines philosophy, theatre- and literature studies at the intersections of performance and politics. He regularly publishes on his blog The art of the Collective. SABETH BUCHMANN is art historian and –critic, Professor of Art History of Mod

80 MIN2018 JUN 12
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EPISODE 15: The Heartbeat of the Nation

EPISODE 8: Prologue

Pod Save Austria, a performative installation between radio art and podcast, revives the radio tradition of political invocations of community. The starting point is the observation that sovereignty today appears to be diffusing and is increasingly producing porous nation-states. But the autonomy of the subjects is also caught in dense networks of technicalities and mega-structures that operate in the background. In a series of public talks in this rhetoric that formerly served to represent governments, thinkers, artists and political activists attempt to find partial sovereignties in the face of collapsing worlds.

4 MIN2018 JUN 16
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EPISODE 8: Prologue
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Latest Episodes

EPISODE 14: Terror and the State of Territory

We think of the relation between a state and its territory as fixed, with the world divided up by boundaries that are clear and unmovable. Those state boundaries seemingly mark a clear line between domestic and foreign politics. After World War II the international community tried to fix those boundaries, and outlaw intervention within the territory of a sovereign state. The post-Cold War world has seen a progressive weakening of the links between these ideas - among others the intervention in Kosovo, and then a sequence of interventions following George W. Bush’s declaration of a ‘war on terror’ in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and most recently in Syria. These interventions challenge the sovereignty of states within their boundaries, within their territory, though most are attempts to preserve their territorial status. This talk will provide some historical background, and open up the quest

77 MIN2018 JUN 12
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EPISODE 14: Terror and the State of Territory

EPISODE 15: The Heartbeat of the Nation

Recent Nationalism is promising a strong hand of the sovereign at the borders. But what about the distances inside, where daily life is pulsating? Can we organize a space and time of – at least partly – free living together without sovereign power? What makes us gain sufficient distance between one another in order to find own rhythms that can synchronize differently? What mediates amongst heart frequencies, if not the watch being synchronized by the state? Speaker: KAI VAN EIKELS Respondents: SABETH BUCHMANN and PAUL FEIGELFELD KAI VAN EIKELS is Guest Professor at the Ruhr University Bochum und teaches at the Free University Berlin. In his books he combines philosophy, theatre- and literature studies at the intersections of performance and politics. He regularly publishes on his blog The art of the Collective. SABETH BUCHMANN is art historian and –critic, Professor of Art History of Mod

80 MIN2018 JUN 12
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EPISODE 15: The Heartbeat of the Nation

EPISODE 8: Prologue

Pod Save Austria, a performative installation between radio art and podcast, revives the radio tradition of political invocations of community. The starting point is the observation that sovereignty today appears to be diffusing and is increasingly producing porous nation-states. But the autonomy of the subjects is also caught in dense networks of technicalities and mega-structures that operate in the background. In a series of public talks in this rhetoric that formerly served to represent governments, thinkers, artists and political activists attempt to find partial sovereignties in the face of collapsing worlds.

4 MIN2018 JUN 16
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EPISODE 8: Prologue
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