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Monday, 1. June 2009


PROGRAM JUNE 2009


3, June 2009, Wednesday
M1, SEMPERDEPOT
Debating Middle East Conflicts in Post-Nazistic Spaces?
Post-nazistische Räume als Verhandlungsorte der Nahost-Konflikte?
Conceived and organized by Eduard Freudmann in collaboration with Tal Adler on the initiative of students of PCAP as part of "Kritische Künstlerische Praxis als Dissens".
At 15.30
AUDIO RECORDING: BOOK PRESENTATION
Moshe Zuckermann: Zweierlei Israel?
Auskünfte eines marxistischen Juden an Thomas Ebermann, Hermann L. Gremliza und Volker Weiß
142 Seiten
Konkret Literaturverlag, 2003
ISBN 3-930786-39-7
Verwirrender war die Lage nie: Deutsche Kommunisten ergreifen wie die deutsche Rechte im Kampf gegen Israel die Partei der Palästinenser. Antideutsche Linke verteidigen Israels regierende Rechte, israelische Kommunisten gelten ihr als Handlanger islamistischen Terrors. Man hört Rufe: "Antisemiten", "Zionisten", "Philosemiten", "Rassisten", "Imperialisten". Der in Israel geborene Moshe Zuckermann, Direktor des Instituts für Deutsche Geschichte der Universität Tel Aviv, ist mit 21 Jahren von Frankfurt nach Israel emigriert. "Es war", sagt er, "die erwachsene Entscheidung eines jungen linken Zionisten". Inzwischen hat er sich vom Zionismus verabschiedet. Heute wird Zuckermann von Gegnern Israels als Antizionist in Anspruch genommen. Im Gespräch mit den Konkret-Autoren Thomas Ebermann, Hermann L. Gremliza und Volker Weiss räumt er mit Missverständnissen dieser Art auf.
Audioaufnahme der Buchpräsentation am 18. April 2003 in Hamburg.
OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC
3, June 2009, Wednesday at 19.00
M1, SEMPERDEPOT
Debating Middle East Conflicts in Post-Nazistic Spaces?
Post-nazistische Räume als Verhandlungsorte der Nahost-Konflikte?
Conceived and organized by Eduard Freudmann in collaboration with Tal Adler on the initiative of students of PCAP as part of "Kritische Künstlerische Praxis als Dissens".
At 19.00
SCREENING
Bil'in Habibti - Bil'in My Love
Director: Shai Carmeli Pollak
Israel 2006, Digital Beta/Beta SP, 84 min.
Arabic, Hebrew with English subtitles
BIL'IN MY LOVE (Bilin Habibti)
BIL'IN MY LOVE tells the story of a small Palestinian village trying to save itself and to break the occupation in a non-violent resistance against the Israeli Army. Under the pretext of security, the village of Bil'in is about to lose more than half of its lands to the Israeli separation fence and to the neighboring Israeli settlement. In an attempt to stop the bulldozers, tear gas, beatings, arrests and live ammunition, the villagers confront the army in creative weekly demonstrations.
It's not an ordinary documentary, because after following the struggle, in dozens of other villages, Shai Carmeli-Pollak arrives in Bil'in first and foremost, as an activist fighting the occupation and only then as filmmaker. He stays for more than a year and accompanies the village's struggle, focusing on two people that become real friends: Mohamed, a member of the village's local committee against the fence, and Wagee, an olive tree farmer and father of ten, who is losing the majority of his land to the fence.
www.claudiusfilms.com/bilin.swf
OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC
4, June 2009, Thurdsay at 19.00
M1, SEMPERDEPOT
Lehargasse 8, Vienna
Guest Lecture by Johannes Paul Raether | Artist, Activist | Berlin
PRACHTSRASSE, FANMEILE, PREUSSENSCHLOSS
Nation branding and New Nationalism in Germany
Organized by the Institut für das künstlerische Lehramt/ Institute for Education/ in collaboration with Post-conceptual art practices and the Department for Art and Communication at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.
Presentation of the lecturer by Eva Egermann
Moderation debate after the lecture Eduard Freudmann
SUMMARY OF THE LECTURE
In the recent years Germany has seen yet another revival of Nationalism. Unlike in the Nineties, when Nazi-skins and the Kosovo war dominated the discourses around Nationalism in Germany, the contemporary "new Nationalism" expresses itself in culture. Building up to the 2006 world cup and the 60year anniversary of the BRD in 2009 an unprecedented amount of nation branding-campaigns, exhibitions and events was organized to communicate Germany as a strong, yet self-critical Nation. In the term of the "purified nation" and the "Kulturnation" and along narratives of a seemingly funny and harmless "party-otism" where "it’s only about soccer" new forms of a "culturalized Nationalism" seem to take shape.
CV LECTURER
Johannes Paul Raether is an artist and author, activist and performer based in Berlin. He will show his new project, Prachtstrasse, a slide show, which he produced since 2006. The slide-film researches the image-campaign “Germany – Land of Ideas, “ an initiative of the German government and the Federation of German Industries during the soccer world championship in 2006. In this framework, six monumental sculptures were erected in the centre of Berlin – all representing “German” inventions.
Johannes Paul Raether will also discuss examples of intervening into the national consensus in culture by the means of performance, actions, happenings and artist organization, focusing on how to articulate a fundamental critique of the nation, as a critical cultural producer, without being embraced by the very contemporary German nationalist discourse: “the self-critical nation.”
OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC
5,6,7, June 2009, installment diploma
In charge Freudmann and Dimitrova.
8, 9, 10, June 2009, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
DIPLOMA EXAM
From the class 10.06 in Semper depot
Lilo Nein (basement)
Lina Dokuzovic (M1)
8. to 12.06, 2009
FILM SEMINAR prof. Harun Farocki
Place will be announced!
EXTRA: 8.06.2009, MONDAY, DEPOT, Vienna
At 19.00
Representing History. Case study – Perestroika
Filmscreening und discussion
PARTICIPANTS
Olga Egorova, Chto Delat?, St. Petersburg
Dmitry Vilensky, Chto Delat?, St. Petersburg
Moderation: Lisa Bolyos, Kollektiv Annegang
IN ENGLISH
Depot
Breite Gasse 3
1070 Wien
www.depot.or.at
REGULAR: 10 June 2009 Wednesday, 2009
M1, SEMPER DEPOT
At 20.00
READING and CONCLUSION: Louis Althusser, Ideology and ISA.
Conducted by Ivana Marjanovic, Annalisa Cannito, Miltiadis Gerothanasis, Reinhard Uttenthaler.
DISCUSSION of the text by Agon Hamza, Pristina, Kosovo
«NEW BORN IDEOLOGY,« published in REARTIKULACIJA, no. 6, 2009.
Text accessible at
www.reartikulacija.org
Discussion and presentation of Hamza text by Grzinic and Marjanovic in collaboration with the reading group.
OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC
11, June, 2009, national holiday, academy closed
12, June, 2009, FRIDAY
ARTIST TALK: SINIŠA ILIĆ, Belgrade, Serbia
Presentation of 2 art works and discussion
Moderation by Ivana Marjanovic
WHERE: KulturKontakt Austria - Gallery ART POINT
Universitätsstraße 5
1010 Wien
WHEN: at 19.00
Siniša Ilić is in Vienna as part of the Kultur Kontakt art residency Program.
Ilić will talk about his two art works in progress displayed at the group show “ 2. Ausstellung, Artist in Residence, 2009” in Vienna at KulturKontakt Austria – Gallery ART POINT.
SINISA ILIC WORKS:
1. On fatigue
Paper folders are on the table. Each is entitled with: tired of: being a symptom, of repetition, of articulation, of dealing, of migrations, of heteronormativity, of criticism, of maintaining status quo… or similar. Drawings in the folders are portraits of fictional, no name, everyday characters, figures, positions, unrecognizable in their eclectic identities. Faces tired of here-and-now, but still or never ready for radical intervention. Audience is proposed to go through the faces/portraits/drawings and move/reposition them as he/she wish, between folders, through fatigues.
2. A Letter to Heiner M, version II
Is a collaboration with the Croatian author Goran Ferčec. It is an intervention in/on his (performance) text “A Letter to Heiner M.” (“Brief an Heiner M.”), written in 2007. Installation presents a double set of instructions for the possible performer/reader/audience. Ilić presented a work in progress’ proposition for newspaper/art book project. “A Letter to Heiner M, version II”, is Ilić and Ferčec third collaboration project. They started the first collaboration in 2005.
Siniša ILIĆ, short CV
Born in 1977, Belgrade, Serbia. MA at the Painting Department, Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade. He exhibits in Serbia and abroad; he draws on the gallery walls and presents performances at exhibitions’ openings. He is co-founder and member of TkH (Walking Theory), Belgrade, independent performance art and theory platform, and as well of TkH magazine. He writes and performs texts on performance. He collaborated at selected theatre projects as stage designer. In 2002 with theatre director Bojan Djordjev, Ilić started a long term project Desert of Picture.
OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC
15.06. 2009, MONDAY
M1, SEMPER DEPOT
At 10.30 to 11.30 Student presentation: Bernadette Uttenthaler
At 12.00 until 15.00 SaGA (Sarajevo Group of Authors) FILM GROUP PRODUCTION DURING THE WAR IN Bosnia and Herzegovina 1992-1995
Presentation of excerpts from documentaries and the feature film with in situ translation and comments. Presentation for the PCAP is organized by Freudmann, Grzinic, Klemen and Popovic.
In 1990 Ademir Kenovic together with Ismet Arnautalic created SaGA (Sarajevo Group of Authors), which gathers most of Sarajevo filmmakers, professionals and students as well as a great number of writers, poets, painters, creators in different fields. The war and siege of Sarajevo, BiH, between 1992-1995 curbed feature film production and innumerable shorts and documentaries, among them members of the Sarajevo Group of Authors (SaGA), that gave impressive testimony to the lives, suffering and the war.
BACKGROUND
Bosnia and Herzegovina was one of the most prolific centers of film production in the former Yugoslavia, with strong tradition of film-making and a history of award-winning directors. A burst of productions in the 1960s known as the Black Wave launched names as for example Bata Cengic's The Role Of My Family in the World Revolution, etc. Less overtly political cinema emerged after the death of Tito in 1980, notably the work of Emir Kusturica, which achieved worldwide acclaim and numerous awards (Do You Remember Dolly Bell?, When Father Was Away On Business). SaGA (Sarajevo Group of Authors) FILM GROUP PRODUCTION during the 1990s reinvented documentary film possibilities.
OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC
24, 25 and 26.06.2009
Exhibition class diploma works: LINA DOKUZOVIC, IVAN JURICA, LILO NEIN
25.06.2009, THURSDAY
M1, SEMPER DEPOT
CONCLUSION OF THE SEMESTER at PCAP
From 16.00 to 24.00: FILMS, PRESENTATIONS, LECTURE
PROGRAM:
At 16.00 CHRISTOPH KOLAR, recent films “Ankerbrot” and “Gemeindebauten”
At 18.00 REGINA WUZELLA, lecture on/about film
AT 20.00
NATAŠA MACKULJAK, JOHANNES KLEMEN AND ADNAN POPOVIĆ
Screening of VAŠAR, experimental video documentary; cca 90 minutes, Sarajevo/Vienna 2008/2009
VAŠAR SUMMARY
During six weeks in summer 2008, we researched and documented current, political and cultural phenomena in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The initial point of the work was traditional annual fairs in Bosnia and Herzegovina, called “vašar.” The fairs are interesting and weird, but we realized that focusing only on rural phenomena would result an exotic romanticized Balkan, or rural Bosnia and Herzegovina. Therefore we decided to integrate in our documentary contemporary progressive artists, cultural workers and political activists from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Besides we included as well recent political and cultural events, mixing them with peculiar personal stories, stories and events we had a chance to document. The structure of our the video film should represent the chaotic political and social situation in contemporary Bosnian society, as the word “vašar” implies, it means in Serbo-Croatian “disorder” or “chaos.” – Mackuljak, Klemen and Popović
OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC
26.06 2009, FRIDAY
At 10.00 SEMPER DEPOT, diploma ceremony
WE START NEXT SEMESTER 5.OCTOBER 2009 at 16.00!



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