RIGHT NOW! Innsbruck, an investigation

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Each of the speakers chooses a photograph from the exhibition and discusses it before and with the audience. An open dialogue between various perspectives, with music and inspired by the exhibition.

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Wolfgang Andexlinger

has been in charge of the Office for Urban Planning, Urban Development, and Integration in Innsbruck since 2016. He studied architecture at the TU Wien (A) and TU Delft (NL). Until 2016 he taught in the Department of Urban Design and Land Use Planning at the University of Innsbruck, where he completed his doctorate and postdoctoral studies.

© Sam Vladimirsky

Arno Gisinger

has lived and worked as a freelance photographer, curator, and university instructor in Paris for the past 15 years. He worked with the graduates of his master class to develop the exhibition in conjunction with the current INN SITU project. The Dornbirn-born artist studied photography in Arles and history and German philology at the University of Innsbruck. In addition to teaching, he has, since the 90s, been developing multidisciplinary projects in which he links photography and historiography. His works have been shown internationally and are included in numerous collections.

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Rebecca Sandbichler

is the editor-in-chief of 20er, a street paper in Tyrol, and an authority on Innsbruck from a journalistic perspective. Some of the subjects she writes about include social policies, eco-social solutions, and art and culture. After graduating, the online journalist began her career in Germany with her own publishing projects and as managing editor at F.A.Z. Publishing.

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Bertram Brugger

studied percussion and instrumental pedagogy with Prof. Slavik Stakhov in Feldkirch. In addition to his work as a music teacher, he also plays in numerous orchestras and ensembles in Austria and abroad.