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Sunday, 2. March 2008


PROGRAMME MARCH 2008


3, March 2008, Monday
At M1

At 16.00
Decolonization and politics of representation in the First capitalist world: Reading Rada Ivekovic text “French Suburbia 2005: The Return of the Politically Unrecognized.” Ivekovic will as well take part in the conference Mid March 2008 in Vienna.The text is published in the book New Feminism. Queer and Networking Conditions, edited by Marina Grzinic and Rosa Reitsamer, published by Löcker Verlag, Vienna, 2008.
TEXT ADDED IN THE PREVIOUS MAIL TO THE CLASS! COPIES WILL BE AVAILABLE THE DAY OF READINGS.

Online: multitudes.samizdat.net

At 19.00

New Austrian experimental video film production XXXXXXXXXXXXX(2007, 50 minutes) and we discuss afterwards about the way of working with the video medium today, new technology, topic, and construction of narrations.

At 20.30
Ivana Marjanovic: Presentation of the project exhibition EXCEPTION – "NEW ART FROM PRISHTINA." The exhibition was forced to close before the opening in the Kontekst gallery, in Belgrade on 7.02.2008.

Eduard Freudmann will comment on the events and show additional visual materials from Belgrade.

Ivana Marjanovic was born in Belgrade in 1979. In June 2005 she graduated at the Belgrade University, Faculty of Philosophy, Art History. Since November 2005 she has been working on the project KONTEKST gallery. She is a PhD candidate at The Academy of Fine in Vienna. She lives and works in Belgrade and Vienna.

www.kontekstgalerija.org

4, March 2008, Tuesday

Individual meetings, contact me for the empty slots
At 11.00 (reserved)
At 12.00 (reserved)
At 12.30

4, March 2008, Tuesday
At M1
At 14.00 Ivan Jurica: organizing a theoretical panel within the Akbild; discussion about the concept, participants, organization
At 16.00 Katharina Morawek Bucharest biennale project BOOK;
works to be presented there; all are invited to join from the class and as well to see about a possible participation in the book, or going with us there (22-26, may 2008).

4, March 2008, Tuesday
At 18.30 OPENING LECTURE
/ State of the Art - Arbeit in Kunst, Kultur und Medien
_
/ Symposium des Kulturrat Österreich
WHERE: Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien
Sitzungssaal, Schillerplatz 3, 1010 Wien

DURATION
/ 4. - 6. März 2008 / Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien
Sitzungssaal, Schillerplatz 3, 1010 Wien

Das Symposium "State of the Art - ARBEIT in Kunst, Kultur und Medien" soll
zum einen Input und Grundlagen für einen österreichweiten
spartenübergreifenden Diskurs schaffen, zum anderen die Entwicklung
konkreter Maßnahmen zur Verbesserung der Arbeits- und Lebensverhältnisse von
Kunst-, Kultur- und Medienschaffenden initiieren.

Mit: Eva Blimlinger, Zuzana Brejcha, Petja Dimitrova, Rainer Hackauf, Marty
Huber, Monika Klengel, Sabine Kock, Patricia Köstring, Daniela Koweindl,
Elisabeth Mayerhofer, Monika Mokre, Susanne Pernicka, Sabine Prokop, Karl
Reitter, Johanna Schaffer, Jeroen Siebens, Eva Simmler, Nika Sommeregger und
Mag Wompel.
/ FULL Programm online
__/ kulturrat.at

6, March 2008, Thursday
WHEN:14.00 h – 19.30

WHERE: | Gemäldegalerie der Akademie der bildenden Künste, Schillerplatz 3, 1010 Wien

ARTISTS ON TOUR
Sehnsuchtsdestinationen im Wandel

Tagung und Reisebüro | Do
Eine Veranstaltung der Gemäldegalerie der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien und Backstage*Tourismus im Rahmen der Ausstellung „TRAUM VOM SÜDEN. Die Niederländer malen Italien“

KünstlerInnen suchen heute auf ihren Reisen zunehmend nach Brüchen an den Randzonen der post-industriellen Gesellschaften. An die Stelle des einstigen Sehnsuchtsbildes vom goldenen Licht des Südens treten häufig die Symbole einer vergehenden Moderne oder die Routen und Knotenpunkte transnationaler Migrationsregime. Dabei finden sich beispielsweise Parallelen zwischen historischen Szenen vor romantisch-ruinösem Architekturhintergrund und der gegenwärtigen Faszination an informeller Aneignung modernistischer Großplanungen.
Anlässlich der aktuellen Ausstellung „Traum vom Süden“ in der Gemäldegalerie, die Italien als bevorzugtes Reiseziel holländischer Künstler im 17. Jahrhundert in den Mittelpunkt rückt, wird die Frage gestellt, nach welchen Mechanismen die Sehnsuchtsproduktion in der aktuellen Kunstszene funktioniert? Was sind die Motive und Erwartungshaltungen? Welchen theoretischen und praktischen „Reisebüchern“, welchen „ReiseleiterInnen “ folgen sie dabei? Und was sind die bevorzugten Trophäen, die mit nach Hause gebracht werden?

Destinationen und Beiträge von:
Augarten: Christian Kravagna | Belgrad: Eduard Freudmann, Lorenz Aggermann, Can Gülcü | Bukarest, Wien: Austauschprojekt (Archive in Residence) | Cap Manuel (Senegal), Gondar (Äthiopien): Tim Sharp | Casablanca: Marion von Osten | Damaskus u.a.: Christian Reder | Dresden, Graz, Pri_tina u.a.: Petja Dimitrova (Ordinariat für Postkonzeptuelle Kunst) | Halle-Neustadt: Mona Hahn | Istanbul: Ovidiu Anton | Kumasi (Ghana): Andrea Börner, Bärbel Müller; Lager des Mittelmeerraums: Tom Holert | Las Vegas: Eva Egermann,
| Katarzyna Winiecka (Institut für Bildnerische Erziehung) | Lhasa: Michael Höpfner | Matamoros (Mexico), Medjedja (Bosnien), Tirana: Hannes Zebedin | New York:
Judith Huemer | Shanghai: Mathias Windelberg | Wien: Isa Rosenberger, Sofie Thorsten (Ordinariat für Performative Kunst und Bildhauerei) | Wien: Lisl Ponger | u.a.

10, March 2008, Monday
At M1: STUDENTS PRESENTATIONS OF PROJECTS
FROM 16.00 to 22.00

At 16.00 THE DEATH OF NOMANDEN

Presentation and Discussion of the idea of Nomanden, the space, collection of publications and DVD’s in M1, reading groups and other associated projects

With the nomanden and the space we identified with it, we wanted to avoid a closed idea of definition by defining it as a space for meaning in physical reality and in language that is under permanent construction and movement. Practically this has meant a lot of argumentation as to what it actually is and what should be done with it, although a main function has been the collection of all kinds of publications and visual work (also online), and the provision of a space where one can "schmökern", hang around and reflect, discuss, inform, create, donate (publications of all kinds).

There has been a range of topics and projects concerning among others: knowledge production, pedagogy, the Bologna Process, neo-liberalism, the commodification and economization of education, conceptual and post-conceptual art, art- and social-political theory etc. We would like to go through some of this history and discuss what nomanden could become in the future.

At 18.30
PRESENTATION by “minilesson one”
Title of the work: “Rewind the script to”
See details under:
www.akbild.ac.at

At 20.00
PREMIERE OF THE VIDEO FILM
TITLE: Zagreb – A research on the status of contemporary aliens and monsters
AUTHORS: Muzaffer Hasaltay, Katharina Aigner, Adnan Popovic, Johannes Klemen
LENGTH: approx. 45 min, Zagreb/Vienna 07/08

11, March 2008, Tuesday

Individual meetings

At10.00 (reserved)
At 11.00
At 12.00

11, March 2008, Tuesday
M1 STUDENT PRESENTATION
At 16.00 MUZAK: Tajikistan films
"Tajikistan – different views on a project or Muzak’s view on different projects”

11, March 2008, Tuesday
At 19.00 A GUEST LECTURE
Organised by the Department for Post-conceptual art practices, Akbild and the Faculty for Art Education at the Academy of Fine Art, Vienna.

WHO: Dmitry Vilensky | Artist | St. Petersburg and Berlin

TITLE: WHAT IS TO BE DONE? DO IT YOURSELF!

WHERE: Institut für das künstlerische Lehramt/ Institute for
Education in the Arts Karl-Schweighofergasse 3, 1070 Wien, 3. Stock |
Gr. Hörsaal

WHEN: 11, March 2008, Tuesday at 19.00

Guest lecture by Dmitry Vilensky became famous in St. Petersburg in the early 1990s due to his creative activities and organization of photo exhibitions associated with the beginnings of St. Petersburg photography as an independent artistic trend. In 1995, he established a PHOTOpostscriptum, a union in cooperation with other Petersburg photographers. In 1997, Dmitry departed for Germany, where he joined the left intellectual circles. Vilensky returned to Russia with clear convictions about the role and purpose of art as a form of social action. He started a collaborative project Chto Delat? (What is to be done?).

Chto delat/What is to be done? was founded in early 2003 in Petersburg by a workgroup of artists, critics, philosophers, and writers from Petersburg, Moscow, and Nizhny Novgorod with the goal of merging political theory, art, and activism. Since then, Chto delat has been publishing an English-Russian newspaper on issues central to engaged culture, with a special focus on the relationship between a repoliticization of Russian intellectual culture and its broader international context. These newspapers are usually produced in the context of collective initiatives such as art projects or conferences. Each newspaper addresses a theme or problem central to the search for new political subjectivities, and their impact on art, activism, philosophy, and cultural theory.

Lecture held in English. Discussion in English and German. Open to public.

ATTENTION: EASTER HOLIDAYS 15.03 to 1.4.2008.
We start on TUESDAY 1.04.2008! THE CLASS IS GOING TO BE RENOVATED! CLOSE from 15.03 to 15.04!!!
The space of our temporary class will be announced!



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