Volker Albus (D)
Paola Antonelli (USA)
Thomas Bene (A)
Fréderic Beuvry (F)
Max Borka (B)
Torsten Bröhan (D)
François Burkhardt (D)
Alison Clarke (UK/A)
Erica Clark (USA)
Gerti Draxler (A)
Christian Gärnter (D)
Kostantin Grcic (D)
Harald Gründl (A)
Guta Moura Guedes (P)
Gerhard Heufler (A)
Didier Krzentowski (F)
Joris Laarman (NL)
Herbert Lachmayer (A)
Hans Maier-Aichen (D)
Peter Noever (A)
Paolo Piva (I/A)
Fiona Raby (UK)
Leonid Rath (A)
Julian Riess (A)
August Ruhs (A)
Kerstin Scheuch (MEX)
Petra Schmidt (D)
Jerszy Seymour (D)
Robert Stadler (F)
Pierre Staudenmeyer (F)
Robert Thiemann (NL)
Patricia Urquiola (I)
Christian Witt-Dörring (A)

Christian Witt-Dörring  
Art historian, curator, consultant, Vienna (A)
Christian Witt-Dörring studied art history and archaeology in Vienna. From 1974 to 2004 he was head of the furniture collection at MAK–Austrian Museum of Applied Arts in Vienna. He currently works as a free-lance art historian in Vienna and curator at the Neue Galerie in New York. His specialist area is the history of furniture and interiors, concentrating in particular on the 19th and 20th centuries. In addition to holding teaching positions and giving numerous lectures on art and art-historical themes, he has curated a number of important exhibitions such as Dagobert Peche and the Wiener Werkstätte, Der Preis der Schönheit. 100 Jahre Wiener Werkstätte, and Viennese Silver. Modern Design 1780-1918.
In dialogues with:  
Alison Clarke
Herbert Lachmayer
August Ruhs

Time schedule:  
MO 09.10., 03:30-04:20 pm
Studio A (english)
The time its design, the design its freedom

MO 09.10., 05:30-07:00 pm
Discussion panel with Q&A

TU 10.10., 11:30-12:20 am
Studio B (german)
Verloren in Raum und Zeit (Lost in space and time)

TU 10.10., 01:30-02:20 pm
Studio C (german)
Intelligenter Geschmack - inszeniertes Leben (Intelligent taste – life of style)

Di 10.10., 05:30-07:00 pm
Discussion panel with Q&A