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Program March 2006


Monday, 13.03, 2006
M1/ At 16.00
GUEST LECTURE: BANKLEER (Karin Kasböck / Christoph Leitner), Berlin

Mit Performances, dokufictionalen Videos und Techniken des Expanded Cinema erzeugen wir bühnenhafte Installationen. Ausgangspunkt sind meist gesellschaftliche Prozesse, von denen wir direkt betroffen sind – beispielsweise die alle Lebensbereiche durchdringende Ökonomie. Wir arbeiten immer wieder auch in anderen / größeren Zusammenhängen (z.B. hybrid videotracks, prekäre perspektiven) und verfolgen ein Thema über längere Zeit hinweg. Es entstehen mediale Projektwucherungen, die selten ganz abgeschlossen sind und ineinander übergehen. Wir wechseln dabei häufig den Kontext, switchen zwischen öffentlichem Raum (Arbeitsamt, Zoo, Turnhalle, Straße) und Kunstinstitutionen und verweben Videoaktivismus mit Kunstaktion. Wir verwenden gelegentlich Spielsituationen, um aktuell geführte Diskurse erfahrbar zu machen und mit unserem Publikum in eine aktive Kommunikation zu treten. Mehr Informationen unter www.bankleer.org

This lecture is organized as a part of the platform _open project discussions.

Tuesday, 14.03, 2006
AT M1/ at 11.00
Internal discussion / platform _open project:
About OPEN MARKET

Tuesday, 14.03, 2006
At M1/at 15.00
Lecture by Ana Hoffner

Eine Einführung in das "Unbehagen der Geschlechter" von Judith Butler

Auf welche Art und Weise wird Geschlecht produziert? Welche Prozesse von Legitimation und Ausschluss sind daran beteiligt? Was ist die heterosexuelle Matrix und was versteht man unter performativer Subversion?

Tuesday, 14.03, 2006
M1/At 20.00
GUEST LECTURE: PAUL RAJAKOVICS, Wien

"Auf der Suche nach den urbanen Fronten Wiens"

Ausgehend von der These, daß Gentrifizierung theoretisch schon von jedem neuen Bau- oder Kulturprojekt ausgehen kann, wird der "immobilienmarkttechnische Sonderfall" Wien betrachtet: Die Tradition des sozialen Wohnbaus und die Wiedereinführung des "Friedenszinses" nach 1945 haben echte marktwirtschaftliche Immobilienspekulationen erst relativ spät möglich gemacht. Trotzdem kann man natürlich auch in Wien die Auswirkungen des "Phänomens Gentrifizierung" verfolgen - wenn auch ohne die Dramatik US-amerikanischer Großstädte. Die verschiedenen ästhetischen Ausprägungen der Gentrifizierung werden ebenso beleuchtet wie die Frage nach einem möglichen Umgang.

Architekt und und Urbanist, intensive Beschäftigung mit der programmatischen Erweiterung des Berufsfeldes des Architekten und der Entwicklung von neuen Strategien und Taktiken im Urbanismus und Architektur, u.a. durch urbane Interventionen, für die transparadiso den Begriff des „direkten Urbanismus“ entwickelt hat; gründete 1999 transparadiso mit Barbara Holub, Künstlerin (seit 2005 mit Bernd Vlay, Architekt). Dissertation zum Thema „Kontextuelles Handeln in Architektur und Städtebau“ (2000), Universitätsassistent am Institut für Wohnbau und Entwerfen an der TU-Wien (1997-2003), seit 2001 regelmäßige Redaktionsarbeit und Veröffentlichungen in „dérive“- Zeitschrift für Stadtforschung, seit 2001 Lehrauftrag „Phänomene des Siedelns“an der TU Wien, Schindlersstipendium (2004), seit 2004 Co-Sekretär von EUROPAN-Österreich; www.transparadiso.com

This lecture is organized as a part of the platform _open project discussions.

Wednesday, 15.03. 2006
M1/ 10.00 until 12.00
meeting class, technical stuff, new projects, travels and diplomas June 2006, Erasmus students

Wednesday, 15.03. 2006
M1/13.30 -17.30
Guest: Marko Stamenkovic, Belgrade

AGENTS OF CHANGE: Curatorial Practices in the Post-Socialist Condition
Lecture | Project Presentation | Special screening

Marko Stamenkovic prepared a program that consists of a screening, presentation of theoretical reader with the title Enigma of An Object – A collection of Theoretical Writings by Gordan KARABOGDAN & Nikica KLOBUCAR (Zagreb) and his lecture.

Marko Stamenkovic (*1977). Art historian, critic and curator based in Belgrade (Serbia and Montenegro). BA, Art History (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Humanities - Art History Department, 2003). MA, Cultural Policy and Cultural Management (University of Arts in Belgrade, UNESCO Chair for Cultural Management and Cultural Policy in the Balkans, 2005). Beside exhibition-making and curatorial criticism, he is writing on contemporary art issues and collaborates with artists, collectives, institutions and organizations that are open to strategic examination and planning of conditions for corporate system-development in the global art world.

13.30 a screening of a cultural road movie

Frederic Jacquemin, Gert Van Berckelaer, Lukas Stallaert

LE TROISIEME PARADIS

2003-2005 | DVD | color | 55min | English/French

ITTACA | Fondation Hicter | Brussels | Belgium

www.fondation-hicter.org; www.ittaca.org

A documentary proposing a panoramic scrutiny of the present cultural landscape in Europe, based on an extensive cycle of interviews gathering views of artists, curators and cultural theorists such as Catherine David (France), Brian Holmes (U.S.A.), Ana Tilroe (Netherlands), Michelangelo Pistoletto (Italy), Jerome Sans (France), Hans Ulrich Obrist (Switzerland), Gerald Rauning (Austria), Natasa Ilic (Croatia), Gerald Matt (Austria), Barbara Borcic (Slovenia), Carl Biorsmark (Latvia -Sweden), Matthew Herbert (U.K).

14.50 presenation of theoretical reader Enigma of An Object – A collection of Theoretical Writings by Gordan KARABOGDAN & Nikica KLOBUCAR (Zagreb)

Gordan Karabogdan, born in 1980 in Mainz-Mombach, Germany. Graduated from the Graphic Department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in 2004 and has been exhibiting since 1996.

Nikica Klobucar, born in 1977 in Zagreb, Croatia. Graduated Philosophy and History of Art from the Human Studies Faculty at the Zagreb University. Klobucar is a collaborator of the Drama Program of the Croatian National Radio, an author of the numerous articles in Croatia's prestigious cultural magazines, a poet and a writer.

Karabogdan and Klobucar will make the presentation and take part in the debate.

15.40 lecture by Marko Stamenkovic, Belgrade

AGENTS OF CHANGE: Curatorial Practices in the Post-Socialist Condition

The lecture generally centres on the understanding of the issue of contemporary art curatorship. More specifically, it addresses the system of art in the area known as former ‘Eastern Europe’ (Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe), with a particular emphasis on the mechanisms of curatorial practices in the post-socialist condition; more precisely, it refers to the post-Cold War period in Eastern Europe, a transitional phase from the models of communist totalitarianism toward the models of capitalist democracy, or simply - from Ideology to Consumerism. The lecture should therefore be approached and understood within two precise theoretical and political coordinates, one of them being recognized within a contemporary pattern pertaining to the global capitalism, another one – to the post-socialist (Eastern European) transition.

Thursday, 16.03.2006
At 11.00 to 13.00
Internal discussion / platform _open project:
About OPEN MARKET, part 2

Thursday, 16.03.2006
M1/ At 15.00 to 17.00

GUEST LECTURE : RENATA POLJAK (Zagreb)

Renata Poljak (1974) Split, Croatia; B.A., Art Education (University of Split), 1992-1997, Post-graduate studies, E.R.B.A.N., Nantes, France 1998-1999,

ArtsLink , visiting artist, San Francisco Art Institute, U.S.A. 2002

MQ Vienna, artist in residency, MuseumsQuartier Wien, 2004

Lives in Vienna, Split and France.

Filmography:

2005 Great Expectations, super 16mm, 17min, color, produced by Camera Lucida - Paris and HFS (Croatian Club’s Association) – Zagreb, supported by CNC ( France), France 2 and Croatian Ministry of Culture

Videography(selection):

2004 Today, 3min 10sec, color, produced by Niederösterreich kultur, Austria

2003 Today, 7min, color, produced by Niederösterreich kultur, Austria

2002 The video installation Wonderland consists of one video projection (video Wonderland) and two TV sets (video Alice on loop)

Wonderland, 2min, Alice, 2 min. color

produced with help of SCCA (Sarajevo Contemporary Art Center). Sound collaboration with Broccolichi Pascal.

2000 Sans titre (No Title), 40 sec. on loop, color, prod. by Renata Poljak and help of Art radionica Lazareti, Dubrovnik

2000 Skok / Jump, 4min, color, prod. by Renata Poljak

1999 Souvenirs, 7min30sec, color, prod. by E.R.B.A.N. Art Academy in Nantes, France

Thursday, 16.03.2006
At 18.00 MUMOK, MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, Vienna, Museum quartier

Opening of the exhibition Works from the Collection of Erste bank group

(On 28.3. 2006 at 16.00 we will have a guided tour by Mikki Muhr through the exhibition, details to be announced in the next program 27-28, March 2006.)

Friday, 17.03.2006
M1/ At 11.00

Meeting of students going for a Working excursion/visit to Academies of Fine Arts at Ustje nad Labem and Dresden (4.4.-8.4.2006)

Presentation of the trip. Prepared by Thomas Schoisswohl. Presentation of the visit to the concentration camp Terezin. Details of the travel prepared by Gerhard Gleich.

Discussion of the program by us at the Academies Ustje nad Labem and in Dresden.

Friday, 17.03.2006
At 17.00 : Travel to Bratislava,

Works from the Collection of Erste bank group, part II.

Opening of the exhibition at Tranzit Gallery, Bratislava

FREE BUS from Vienna to Bratislava !

Departure at 17.00 from Bellariastrasse, Vienna

Take a passport, back at 22.30 from Bratislava to Vienna



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