Supersense is a professional analog photography shop, music store, and café in one. It is located on Praterstraße close to Vienna’s big wheel in an impressive historicist “Doge’s palace”. The people behind it call it a “cabinet of wonder and center for analog cultural techniques”.
The analog delicatessen store
You can record and edit 90-second records in the Record Elevator, a modified Jugendstil lift. Old printing presses invite you to print postcards and business cards or posters by yourself with the help of instructors. The “photo department” not only offers all kinds of polaroid cameras and films, it also produces large-format portraits with the proclaimed “world’s largest historic polaroid camera”. And “Vinyl Video” refers to where you press your holiday video onto a record. Not to forget the “analog scent lab”, which was developed in cooperation with the scent and smell researcher Sissel Tolaas.
The taste buds are spoiled in the café in the entrance area. You are served the “analog melange”, so to say, as the Slayer coffee machine was built by hand.
Florian Kaps, Nina Ugrinovich, and Andreas Eduard Hoeller are the brains behind this business idea. With their shared passions for everything analog they want to create “inspiring and true experiences that stimulate the five senses”.
Live concerts are also performed in Supersense. The live jazz series "There is always time for Jazz" began in April. At the heart of the project are the 2005 founded metro trio around Sascha Peres (piano & band leader), Walther Großrubatscher (drums), and Bernhard Osanna (bass). It’s every second Wednesday of the month, either as a trio or with a guest. Recommended! Pre-sale and evening tickets directly in Supersense. Entrance: 15 euro.
+43 (0) 1 96 90 832
Tue – Fri: 9.30 am – 7.00 pm
Sat: 10.00 am – 5.00 pm