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Tuesday, 23. August 2005


Emma Hedditch is an artist living in London. Emma has most recently
developed an ongoing collectively edited video called “A Pattern”;
organised “A political feeling”, I hope so, a ‘social
situation’ which took place over three days at Cubitt Gallery in
London in early 2004; and produced and appeared in “Utopia Live”,
a twelve hour video and sound transmission from the Copenhagen Free
University, Copenhagen (at which she is a research fellow) to the
Whitechapel Gallery, London. Emma’s work activates a commitment to
feminist politics, democratic media and a genuinely collaborative and
collective practice. www.andiwilldo.net

Emma will be in Vienna during one week from 4th to 10th October, and
would like to meet, work and build a project with persons in Vienna.
Questioning some of the existing institutional frameworks, systems
and methods that are active now, whether imposed or self-imposed and
trying to avoid making new ones, moving around, outside and inside,
and between outside and inside, but with self-reflection.

October 4th - Beginning at a self-organised space, Artmosphere
(www.artmosphere-vienna.net/) exploring production physically outside
large institutions, is it a radical system? Organised with friends
and little money, self-production, and an engaged participation as
absolutely political. We will begin in the evening, with food, a
video screening and discussion, and continue on the 5th with extended
discussion and information exchange, what can we do?

October 6th - At the Academy, if we are inside, what can we do here?
how did we get in there? what can we exchange across this system?
What is our position in it, for what can we use it?
Continued on the 7th and 8th of October, how and who should represent
these refusals and resistances, how can we write about this position,
and record what is happening?

October 9th - An imagined critical exchange, amongst an imaginary
fragmentary swarm of persons, who produce a representation of
themselves enacting production. Desiring connection to Ladyfest
Vienna and further autonomous activities in the city. How can we show
support for and open up more exchanges?

Dates: 4th – 9th October 2005
Places: Galerie aRtmosphere, Holochergasse 32/ Top 1,
Entrance Plunkergasse,
A- 1150 Wien
Atelierhaus der Akademie der bildenden Künste, Lehargasse 8, 1060
Wien, 1. Stock,
M1 Department for postconceptual practices,

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