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Tuesday, 30. December 2008



  1. January 2009, Tuesday, national holiday

8. January 2009, Thursday

At 15.30
SEMINAR: Writing Central European Art History, part 2, public lectures

Writing Central European Art History is a special seminar/course,
that was put together by ERSTE Stiftung and WUS with 7 academics/professors from the so called Central European art institutions and academies: Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Poland, Serbian and Slovakia. It brings fresh inputs on academic art history and the perception on modernism and post-modernism in the former Eastern European territory.
In charge: Marina Grzinic
Assistants/tutors: Ivan Jurica and Ivana Marjanovic, Akbild


AT 15.45 LECTURE by Jan Bakos
Jan Bakos, Member of Presidium of the Slovak Academy of Sciences Faculty of Letters, Comenius University Bratislava, Slovak Republic

Title: Humanists versus Relativists. Visions and Revisions of the Vienna School Methodological Doctrine

The Vienna School of Art History based art historical research on the belief in method and its scientific nature. The orthodox epistemological model of the Vienna School as formulated
by Alois Riegl regarded art history as an exact and non-partial objective science. Riegl’s followers developed and transformed or critically revised his model. The present paper deals with the process of transformations and revisions of the
Vienna School orthodox model.

DISCUSSION: 17.00 to 17.30

PAUSE: 17.30 – 18.00, refreshments

AT 18.00 LECTURE by Piotr Piotrowski

Professor and Chair of Art History Piotr Piotrowski, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland

Title: Towards a Horizontal Art History

The author proposes a theory of a horizontal art history as both a critique of the vertical one, understood as hierarchical and Western oriented scholarly practice, as well as the proposed methodological approach to rewrite a history of modern art along with the pluralistic and non-hierarchical model. The model suggested here is based on an equality of different art historical narratives. Its crucial point is to negotiate different discourses, not in order to create one alternative super-structure, but rather to unveil a dynamic process of exchanging values between them.

DISCUSSION: 19.30-20.00
At 20.00 until 20.30: FINAL NOTES
At 20.30: Dinner in the class: prepared by Miltiadis Gerothanassis and Ivan Jurica

Technical coordination: Eduard Freudmann, Petja Dimitrova
Recording, editing, streaming: Philip Leitner, Analisa Cannito, Chui Jong Yian
Photo archive by Rozati Sayed Saleh, Muzafer Hasaltay

9, January 2009, Friday

At 15.00 until 19.00
Presentations with discussion
Philip Leitner, open source
Lilo Nein, presentation diploma work (June 2009)
Ruth Weismann, recent work (in progress )
Reinhard Uttenthaler presentation of his project: MAUER/WALL

9, January 2009, Friday

The lecture from Spanish to German will be translated by Hansel Sato.

Ángela López Ruiz is artist, curator and researcher, from Montevideo, Uruguay. Graduate from the Republican University, she is specialized in Cinema and Video. Member of the Foundation of Contemporary Art, (Fundación de arte contemporaneo) ww.facmvd.org, where she develops her project of investigation, 05982: Montevideo digital,
Arqueología: los objetos y la imagen, (Archaeology: the objects and the image) facmvd.blogspot.com, Sé lo que hicieron el año pasado, (I know what you did last year) facmvd.blogspot.com.
She has created the Workshop of Cinema/fac www.facmvd.blogspot.com
Some of her out-standing curator ships were: Anthology videoperformance of Clemente Padín, Museo del Barrio, New York, www.elmuseo.org; Cine Expandido I and II (Expanded cinema) at National Museum of Visual Arts, MVD, www.mnav.gub.uy and focos/fac realized in the context of the Regional Meeting of Art www.era.org.uy. As artist she has exhibited from 1999 up to today in Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Caracas, Maracaibo, Santiago de Chile, San Pablo, Paris, Barcelona, Seville, Dresden, Berlin and London.


Title: Sé lo que hicieron el año pasado / I know what you did last year
In the year 1970 a fire extinguished, almost in its entirety, the cinema material of the National File of the Image, Montevideo. It was reconstructed on the basis of collector's donations and private cinema archives, but could never fully recover from the censorship of the dictatorship in Uruguay (1973 -1980) and from the low budget that the successive governments assigned to it. The archive from 1974 collected many works from the film festival in Montevideo set up in 1954 by the SODRE, Uruguay's national radio station and a progressive cultural promoter. Among the film makers attending in 1958, when John Grierson was the guest of honor, were Chambi from Peru, Nelson Pereira dos Santos from Brazil, and Fernando Birri from Santa Fe.
Montevideo was the only city of Latin America that sheltered for 2 decades a Festival of Experimental Cinema, which had as protagonists the visit of personalities like Norman McLaren, John Grierson and others. For being Cine of “not commercial” interest, it was not considered of a major importance. Doing an inquiry of the authors of the above mentioned films and reconstructing the movies one to one, we succeeded in reconstructing a new map of the history of the art in the Rio de la Plata.
The point of the investigation is to review the cinema’s history in Uruguay (especially regarding the Experimental Cinema from 50s to 70s) and to reflect on the consequences brought by the extinguished period of the 1970s for contemporary generations. The principal way of research is on one side the historical information given by the protagonists of the time (and the subversion that this information produces in the historicity of the image) and on the other the impact from new artistic productions that arise today and as part of the research.
The project of reconstruction of the material of the National File of the Image, Montevideo is carried out in the City of Montevideo and relies on the support of the Foundation of Contemporary Art, the National File of the Image and the National Museum of Visual Arts.

The screening of 16 mm films from the archive will be facilitated by Chistoph Kolar.

12 to 17, January, 2009, Monday to Friday
Film seminar, prof. Harun Farocki

19, 20. 01. 2009, Monday, Tuesday
Installing RUNDGANG exhibition. In charge Eduard Freudmann and Petja Dimitrova.
21.01.2009 PREOPENING RUNDGANG at 16.00

22 to 25, January, 2009, THURSDAY to SUNDAY
Ordinariat für postkonzeptuelle Kunst (PCAP)
Semperdepot, M1, Lehargasse 8


THURSDAY, 22.01.2009

18 Uhr Ausstellungseröffnung der Studierenden/EXHIBITION OPENING:
Carolina Agredo, Lina Dokuzović, Muzaffer Hasaltay, Ivan Jurica, Christoph Kolar, Kader Muzaqi, Adnan Popović, Johannes Klemen, Michael Pötschko, Sarah Binder, Chui Yong Jian, Maria Kuschelieva, Marissa Lobo, Dayan Ozan Özoglu, Bernadette Uttentahler, Lisa Bolyos, Analisa Cannito, Miltiadis Gerothanassis, Rozati Sayed Saleh, Jasmin Schienegger, Aleksandra Aleksić, etc.

THURSDAY, 22.01.2009
19.30 Uhr. Buchpräsentation/BOOK PRESENTATION:
“At the Crossroads of the Production of Knowledge, Precarity, Subjugation and the Reconstruction of History, Display and De-linking”
HrsgInnen: Lina Dokuzović, Eduard Freudmann, Peter Haselmayer and Lisbeth Kovačič Erschienen 2009 im Wiener Löcker Verlag in Zusammenarbeit mit der Ordinariat für postkonzeptuelle Kunst (PCAP) der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien.

Gespräch mit den HerausgeberInnen und AutorInnen (Araba Evelyn Johnston-Arthur, Vlatka Frketić, Ljubomir Bratić, Fahim Amir, Gerald Raunig, und weitere) sowie Studierenden der PCAP.

Das Buch versammelt höchst unterschiedliche Interventionen in den Räumen der Kunst, Theorie, Bildung, Politik und des Aktivismus in Form englisch- und deutschsprachiger Beiträge von 37 AutorInnen. Es versteht sich als Plattform zur Hinterfragung und Redefinition von Machtrelationen und sozialen Auseinandersetzungen in zeitgenössischer Bildungs-, Kunst- und Kulturproduktion und analysiert jene inner- und außerinstitutionellen Praktiken, anhand derer gegenwärtig die „Autonomie“ in Bildung und Kunst festgemacht werden.

Mit Beiträgen von: Tal Adler, Carolina Agredo, Aleksandra Aleksić, Fahim Amir, Martin Beck, Ljubomir Bratić, Petja Dimitrova, Lina Dokuzović, fin, Kirsten Forkert, Eduard Freudmann, Vlatka Frketić, Juana Gonzalez Vernaza, Marina Gržinić, Muzaffer Hasaltay, Peter Haselmayer, Araba Evelyn Johnston-Arthur, Ivan Jurica, Christoph Kolar, Lisbeth Kovačič, Maria Krisper, Ivana Marjanović, Pablo A. Mejía, Walter D. Mignolo, Katharina Morawek, Kader Muzaqi, Lilo Nein, r0370126@akbild.ac.at, Gerald Raunig, Rúbia Salgado, Patrick Schabus, Tomash Schoiswohl, Jude Sentongo, Šefik Tatlić, Dmitry Vilensky, Marion von Osten and Ruth Weismann

FRIDAY, 23. 01. 2009

14 Uhr Präsentation und Reflektion des //PRESENTATION Seminars “Writing Central European Art History”. Moderation: Ivan Jurica und Ivana Marjanović.
Archive: Philip Leitner, Analisa Cannito, Chui Jong Yian, Rozati Sayed Saleh, Muzafer Hasaltay

FRIDAY, 23. 01. 2009

18 Uhr.: Fimscreening/FILMSCREENING: “In Prison My Whole Life” (UK/2007)
Anschließende/ Diskussion mit/ TALK WITH William Francome.
Filmreihe organisiert von Daniel Erlacher in Kooperation mit Amnesty International.

In Prison My Whole Life (UK/2007)
Basierend auf einer Idee von William Francome und Katie Green
Regie: Marc Evans; Buch: Marc Evans & William Francome; 93Min, eng.OV
In Prison My Whole Life ist ein Dokumentarfilm über den berühmten Todesstrafen-Fall des afroamerikanischen Journalisten Mumia Abu-Jamal. Produzenten sind der britische Schauspieler Colin Firth und seine Frau Livia, Regie führte der bekannte Regisseur Marc Evans.

Dieser Film erzählt die Geschichte der Reise eines jungen Mannes, William Francome, der in derselben Nacht – am 9. Dezember 1981 – zur Welt kam, in der Mumia Abu-Jamal verhaftet und des Mordes an einem Polizeibeamten angeklagt wurde. Dabei setzt sich Francome nicht nur mit der Geschichte des letzten Vierteljahrhunderts, sondern auch mit Rassismus, Klassenvorurteilen, und den Widersprüchen und Schrecken der Todesstrafe auseinander. Der Film zeigt seine Gespräche mit AutorInnen, MenschenrechtsaktivistInnen und MusikerInnen wie Alice Walker, Noam Chomsky, Angela Davis, Snoop Dogg und Steve Earle – und natürlich Mumia Abu-Jamal selbst, der von alten Fotos abgesehen unsichtbar bleiben muss, weil die zum Tod Verdammten heute nicht mehr gefilmt oder fotografiert werden dürfen. Außerdem bringt der Film die bisher stärksten Argumente für ein neues Verfahren für Abu-Jamal, zum Teil aufgrund neuer Beweise für Abu-Jamals Unschuld, die während der Dreharbeiten von dem Heidelberger Autor M ichael Schiffmann entdeckt wurden.

Der Film steht unter Schirmherrschaft der wichtigsten Menschenrechtsorganisation der Welt, Amnesty International, ein bisher einmaliger Vorgang in der Geschichte der Organisation.(Text: Deutsch-Amerikanisches Institut, Heidelberg)

Trailer: www.agit-doc.org

SATURDAY, 24.01.2009
18 Uhr, Vorträge, Performances, Screenings, LECTURES
Lisa Bolyos, lecture
Peter Haselmayer, performance “How to Break Reality”
Marissa Lobo, lecture/performance

SUNDAY, 25.01.2009
18 Uhr: Filmscreening/FILMSCREENING : “ The Elephant in the Room (UK/2008)
In Rahmen der Filmreihe von Daniel Erlacher
Anschließende Diskussion mit dem Regisseur des Films/ TALK WITH Dean Puckett.

The Elephant In The Room (UK/2008)
Buch/Regie:Dean Puckett; 92min; eng. OV
6 1/2 Jahre nach der Tragödie von 9/11 sind die psychologischen Auswirkungen dieser Katastrophe noch immer quer über den Globus zu spüren.
"The Elephant In The Room" begleitet den Filmemacher Dean Puckett bei seiner Untersuchung der kulturellen Auswirkungen von Paranoia und 9/11 auf die britische Lebenswelt: von AktivistInnen des 9/11 Truth Movement über die Psyche von MuslimInnen im modernen Grossbritannien bis hin zu einem Besuch in New York City zum 6. Jahrestag der Anschläge, wo er eine Stadt vorfand, die noch immer eine große offene Wunde hat.
Der Film zeigt die stille Scham der USA: die 9/11 First Responders, also Feuerwehrmänner, Polizistinnen und HelferInnen, die an 9/11 als erste vor Ort waren um zu helfen und von denen mittlerweile tausende an schweren Lungenkrankheiten, Krebs und anderen Beschwerden leiden. Sie alle wurden von der Bush-Administration an 9/11 nachweislich beim Thema der Luftqualität belogen, und dann als sie nicht mehr gebraucht wurden, fallengelassen.
"The Elephant In The Room" erzählt vor allem ihre Geschichte, denn niemand anders tut es.

26 to 30.01.2009, EXAMS AKBILD

1.2 -1.3. 2009 FERIEN//HOLIDAYS

NEXT LECTURE IN MARCH: 2.3.2009, Monday at 16.00

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