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Thursday, 1. December 2005


PROGRAM DECEMBER 2005


5. – 10, December 2005/ Monday to Friday
At M1/
Prof. HARUN FAROCKI: film seminar
Starts at 10.00

13, December, Tuesday
At 13. 00 at M1/

PRESENTATION STUDENT WORKS
CHRISTIAN EGGER

13. December, Tuesday
At 14. 30 at M1/

ARTIST PRESENTATION: CHRISTINE/CLARA/ OPPEL

13. December, Tuesday
At 18.00 at M1/

LECTURE by/ Vortrag von ROSA REITSAMER (Soziologin, DJ) und
MIKKI MUHR (Künstlerin, Kunstvermittlerin)

Young British Artists und Britpop
Zur Reformulierung der künstlerischen (Pop)Identität in Großbritannien

Unter dem Begriff „young British Artist“ (yBA) werden britische
KünstlerInnen subsumiert, die seit den späten 1980er Jahren von London
aus den internationalen Kunstmarkt erobern. Rückblickend hat es den Anschein, dass der britische Kunstmarkt mit diesem Label eine Neuformulierung einer künstlerischen Identität anstrebte, die sich auch in der Popmusik mit Britpop vollzog. Der Hype der „yBA“ und des Britpop ist auf ein erfolgreiches Zusammenspielen
einer Reihe von Institutionen (Ausbildungsstätten, Galerien, Museen,
Sammlungen) mit den Mainstreammedien zurückzuführen. Sowohl Britpop als
auch die „yBA“ nehmen für sich in Anspruch britischen Pop bzw. britische
Kunst und damit eine kohärente britische Identität und „Britishness“ zu
repräsentieren. Die künstlerische Identität der „yBA“ weist Charakteristika auf, die zum einen auch der Definition der „neuen Selbstständigen“ entsprechen, zum
anderen einer avantgardistischen Idee verpflichtet ist, die am Ende des

  1. Jahrhundert aufgegriffen und weiterentwickelt wurde.

Im Vortrag werden Ansätze und Methoden einiger„yBA“ analysiert und
Fragen nach den Bezügen zur Kunstgeschichte wie Kanonbildung, Zitat,
Bruch, ironischer Kommentar, Provokation und nach den Kontexten der
künstlerischen Produktion gestellt.

14. December, Wednesday
10.00-12.00 INDIVIDUAL MEETINGS

14. December, Wednesday
At 13.00 at M1/

NEW STUDENTS PRESENTATIONS

LISBETH KOVACIC
RUTH WEISMANN
MAJDA TURKIC

14. December, Wednesday
At 18.00 at M1
LECTURE/PRESENTATION

HARV STANIC with guest ELISABETH ZIMERMANN

Harv Stanic will present Bauhaus UNI-Universitaet Weimar
as the only Chair for Radio and Radio Art education in German
speaking area (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) do and how.
radiostudio.org & bauhaus.fm

Stanic and Zimermann will put into perspective Art and Radio with the creation of new pop-culture and radio education in artistic and academic institutions.

Elisabeth Zimermann is chief editor of KunstRadio at ORF.

Harv Stanic is Artistic Assistant of Experimental Radio and educator (dipl. soc. and cult. anthropologist), he joined the chair in Spring 2001. Stanic came from Amsterdam to Weimar to contribute and help the program explore possibilities in radio and media art, including: new wireless transmission technologies, linking Open Source theory and practice in a professional radio environment, try out new radio formats, research the contemporary popular music styles and electro-acoustic works with students, and discuss their respective projects and works of art in context of radio/art/acoustic space. In the past Stanic initiated various Free and Open source initiatives Europe-wide, from the founding of ASCII (first internet cafe in the world running entirely on Linux and free of charge - 1997) and contributing to the organisation and support of various important events in modern day electronic media, art and culture (hal2001 - twente, n5m - amsterdam, connect congress - zurich, net-congestion - amsterdam, noborder - strassbourg, tech2 - bristol, hexpo - ljubljana etc.). But always linked to radio and netradio as a program maker and broadcast designer deeply rooted in a Free radio movement that originated in Amsterdam in the late 80s (radio100, vrije kaiser, dfm rtv. international). With an extensive bio in IT industry (qnx, embedded technologies, naval navigation systems), he has worked in Europe, South Africa and Japan and has given speeches and workshops at various international conferences and events always stressing the importance of Open Source software as a way out of proprietary and copyrighted realm. At the moment, Stanic is compiling a reader about netradio and a new radio theory in the age of the internet in collaboration with various internationally dispersed authors. He is also busy setting up a summer season temporary radio station as an Europe-wide project to be realised in the next two years ... and still, occasionally, he makes music with various international collaborators.



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