FLUCA - Austrian Cultural Pavilion

"FLUCA - Austrian Cultural Pavilion" is an innovative project for a mobile cultural scene. It is a transport container transformed into a mirror art installation and a scene for contemporary art.

The beginning of the project with curator Ursula Maria Probst is the use of a sea cargo container as an installation / sculpture. The concept for the pavilion comes from FLUC - a known space for urbanism, contemporary music, art and performance in Vienna, also consisting of several cargo containers. 

The architectural realization of FLUCA is implemented by the Austrian studio tatort and the Bulgarian atelieduo.

FLUCA in Sofia and Plovdiv

FLUCA is an open platform for a large number of public events from May to October 2018 and 2019. It will present a rich programme - digital art and new technologies, street art and urban design, music, cinema, dance, theater and literature, exhibitions, concerts, movies, workshops, discussions and meetings with artists.

In May - July 2018, FLUCA will be in Sofia, in central locations, where it will present events in the context of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union 2018. In September and October 2018, Fluca will be in Plovdiv.

Season 2019

The official opening of FLUCA 2019 will be on 16 May 2019, 18.00. Location: 38 Otets Paisii Str.

"FLUCA - Austrian Cultural Pavilion", is a project of the Open Arts Foundation and the Embassy of the Republic of Austria in Bulgaria.

More information about the events and the programme of "FLUCA -  Austrian Cultural Pavilion"  - www.facebook.com/FLUCAAustrianCulturalPavilion and on the official site - fluca.info.

FLUCA – Austrian Cultural Pavilion in Plovdiv (07.09 - 07.10.2018)

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Fluca - Austrian Cultural Pavilion. Programme Sofia 2018

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Programme Sofia 2018

FLUCA will present Escape Room (20, 27 September, 4 October 2018)

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FLUCA 2019

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Official Opening of FLUCA Season 2019 (16 May, Exhibition by Olivier Hölzl)

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General partners

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