Frühstück im Park wurde am 18.10.2018 in Wien, Österreich, gegründet und steht für warmes, gesundes, gutes und stärkendes Frühstück, das gemeinsam mit obdach- und wohnungslosen Menschen im Wiener Esterhazypark eingenommen wird. Künstlerische Beiträge, wie Musik, Lesungen, Performances runden das Ganze immer wieder ab. Bedürftige Menschen werden nicht als Almosenempfangende gesehen, sondern können aktiv mit arbeiten und sorgten so dafür, dass mittlerweile rund 120 Menschen in den Monaten März bis Oktober wöchentlich kommen. In den Wintermonaten gibt es FiP mobil. Zur Zeit wird an einem social business gearbeitet.
drei Jahre FiP am 20.10.2021
Breakfast in the Park was founded on October 18th, 2018 in Vienna, Austria, and stands for warm, healthy, good and strengthening breakfast, which is taken together with homeless people in Vienna’s Esterhazypark. Artistic contributions, such as music, readings, performances round off the whole thing again and again. Needy people are not seen as alms recipients, but can actively help and thus ensure that around 120 people come weekly from March to October. In the winter months there is FiP mobile. A social business is currently being worked on.
Collecting Life: starting from the passion of collecting as such and the overlapping of artists and hoarders and their fascination for collections that are also representative of a way of li!fe, Rukschcio made a movie in 2012 about a philosopher (“Collecting Life: the cascades of Dr. P.” A 2012, 28 min.) The protagonist collects newspapers and books and considers his apartment as the “spatial concept of his brain”.
In addition to this film Fiona Rukschcio also produced collages and objects that function as instructions for the camera: the camera should move among the piles of paper like the airplane is flying between mountains in her collages.(Installation: „The cascades of Dr. P“ A 2013, 24:30 min)
In order to view the theme from different angles and make it more accessible to the public, she put together an extensive related programme.
The fffr-communication award was created by Fiona Rukschcio in order to distinguish exceptional achievements in the field of communication. It is awarded once every year to honor individuals or groups for ideas, initiatives or actions which came to the attention of the jury and were especially appreciated by it.
The fffr-communication award is intended to form a new kind of communicating which indicates courage for inconsistent and respectful acts.
Previously award winners: Yvonne Allinger 2009, Brigitte Friessnig-Zmasser 2010, Andreas Schmidsberger 2011, Susanne Karpisek 2013
Autumn 2009: artistic wall contribution for the Sofitel in the Vienniese Jean-Nouvel Tower
Artistic concept: Alain Bony and Henri Labiole
Artists: Adam Fard, Almut Hahn, Eva Kadlec, Kris Lemsalu, Adrian Moldovan, Peter O.S., David Peschka, Fiona Rukschcio, Elisa Schlifke, Sabina Smiljanic, Nasim Yilmaz
Jean Nouvel liked my handwriting so much, that he commissioned me to write all the titles under the art works direct on the wall.
Fiona-Projekt since 2007, link for more information