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Monday, 22. February 2010


PCAP, March 2010


PCAP (POST CONCEPTUAL ART PRACTICES) STUDY PROGRAM
Prof. Marina Grzinic
Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna
M1, first floor, Semper Depot, Lehargasse 8, Vienna
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PROGRAM MARCH 2010

1, March 2010, Monday
At 10:00 at M1
Plattform Geschichtspolitik
Sprachen: deutsch und englisch
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Meeting with the participants of the “Arbeitskreis zur Umgestaltung des Lueger-Denkmals” (University of Applied Arts)
including subsequent general working group meeting and a discussion about a possible participation in the “Regime” symposium (tinyurl.com)

2, March 2010, Tuesday

At 18.00 at M1
Meeting organization Prague AVU guests, -last points organization work, discussion
Cooking group
Vernisagge group
Theory and actionart presentation group
-- Discussion OKTO
-- Discussion work

2, March 2010, Tuesday
At 21:00-M1
Reading in MARCH 2010
Text by
Museum. Space. History: New Sites of Political Tectonics A virtual exchange between Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai, and Peggy Piesche
ENGLISH: translate.eipcp.net

Museum. Raum. Geschichte: Neue Orte politischer Tektonik Ein virtueller Gedankenaustausch zwischen Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai und Peggy Piesche
GERMAN: translate.eipcp.net
Readings for the students of the class, discussion and implementation in the art work, activations. In charge of the project Ivana Marjanovic.

3, March 2010, Tuesday
INDIVIDUAL MEETINGS, Grzinic office
10.00 to 14.00

3, March 2010, Wednesday
At 15.00 at M1

Archiving and documentation facility in the class. Project recordings of lectures and performances. AKTION PLAN!
Henning who will introduce the project and ask for proposals and students who are interested in taking part. IMPORTANT TO TAKE PART!

3, March 2010-5, March 2010, Wednesday to Saturday
CONCEPT, POLITICS,
“AKTION” PRAHA – VIENNA, PART II
Study exchange: Concept, Politics, EU and the Wall
PROGRAM, 3. 3. 2010, Wednesday
17.00 official welcome & food at PCAP class space
18.30 Tour through historypolitical manifestations and interventions at the Academy (as part the project/seminar “Plattform
Geschichtspolitik” in english), afterwards discussion at PCAP class space
20.30 Screening: "Film PCAP in Prague" by Sheri Avraham and Marion Oberhofer
PROGRAM, 4. 3. 2010, Thursday
Prague students visiting the city, meeting after lunch
14.00–18.00 PCAP Vienna + CAP Prague Presentation of students’ collaborative and individual projects, part 1:
Christoph Kolar (Vienna)
Jan Trejbal and Susanne Kass (Prague)
Nataša Mackuljak, Johannes Klemen, Adnan Popović (Vienna)
Friederike Höppner (Prague)
Carolina Agredo (Vienna)
Ján Valík (Prague)
Sarah Binder (Vienna)
Petr Skala (Prague)
Ivan Jurica (Vienna)
18.00 dinner
20.00 visiting the opening of the “Changing Channels” exhibition at MUMOK
PROGRAM 5. 3. 2010, Friday
15.00–18.00 LECTURE and WORKSHOP on Museum, History, AntiRacistPolitics
Guests: Araba Evelyn Johnston Arthur and Belinda Kazeem (Research group for Black Austrian History and Presence)
The research group for Black Austrian History and Presence was founded in the course of the exhibition “Hidden Histories. remapping Mozart” in 2005 and is a working group of the self organisation “Pamoja. Movement of the Young African Diaspora in Austria”. The group’s work focuses on decolonising knowledge production and counter his(her)stories. Belinda Kazeem: Currently studying International Development. Fields of specialisation are environment politics, politics of representation, diaspora and migration in the context of fine arts. Part of the research group for Black Austrian history and presence/Pamoja. Araba Evelyn Johnston-Arthur: Activist, Theory-Community-and Culturalworker dealing with the history and presence of the African Diaspora, institutional racism and antiracism, multifaceted black politics of liberation and decolonisation. Cofounder of Pamoja and The Research Group for Black Austrian History and presence/Pamoja. Lectures at the University of Vienna.
19.00–01.30 kicking CLOSING VERNISSAGE (incl. Peter Haselmayer's Performance; Adnan Popovic' Cartoons screening,
Muzaffer Hasaltay new film)

8-12.03.2010
At M1
Seminar prof. Harun Farocki

10.03.2010, Wednesday
At 15.00 at M1

Plattform Geschichtspolitik
Sprachen: deutsch und englisch

General meeting of the working group

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PCAP March 2010

15.03.2010, Monday

At 17.00 Peter Haselmayer and Carolina Agredo, diploma works, discussion, intervention, feed back

At 19.00 short films, experimental European context, selection, watching and analysis, politics of the image, representation

At 21.00 until 23.00 Reading Text by Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai, and Peggy Piesche

Museum. Space. History: New Sites of Political Tectonics A virtual exchange between Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai, and Peggy Piesche
ENGLISH: translate.eipcp.net

Museum. Raum. Geschichte: Neue Orte politischer Tektonik Ein virtueller Gedankenaustausch zwischen Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai und Peggy Piesche
GERMAN: translate.eipcp.net
Readings for the students of the class, discussion and implementation in the art work, activations. In charge of the project Ivana Marjanovic.

16.03.2010, Tuesday

10.00 to 14.00, office Grzinic
Individual meetings

At 14.00 Archiving and documentation facility in the class. Project recordings of lectures and performances. AKTION PLAN! Henning who will introduce the project and ask for proposals and students who are interested in taking part. IMPORTANT TO TAKE PART!

At 17.00 short discussion regarding march past program, 1 to 14.03.2010

At 18.00 presentation: genealogy, performance, queer

At 21.00 until 23.00 Reading Museum. Space. History: New Sites of Political Tectonics A virtual exchange between Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai, and Peggy Piesche
ENGLISH: translate.eipcp.net

Museum. Raum. Geschichte: Neue Orte politischer Tektonik Ein virtueller Gedankenaustausch zwischen Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai und Peggy Piesche
GERMAN: translate.eipcp.net
Readings for the students of the class, discussion and implementation in the art work, activations. In charge of the project Ivana Marjanovic.

18.03.2010, Thurdsay

At 15.00 at M1
Plattform Geschichtspolitik
Sprachen: deutsch und englisch
General meeting of the working group

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19.03.2010, Friday
At 10:00
ATTENTION: - meeting point: University of Vienna at the porter

Plattform Geschichtspolitik
Sprachen: deutsch und englisch

Guided tour alongside the historical manifestations at the University of Vienna by Her-bert Posch (Institute for Contemporary History, University Vienna) including a meeting with Bele Marx and Minna Antowa, who reconfigured the “Siegfriedkopf” monument

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22.03. 2010, Monday

At M1, HOUR WILL BE SENT LATER
Reading of text and watching films with discussions

Reading in MARCH 2010
Text by
Museum. Space. History: New Sites of Political Tectonics A virtual exchange between Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai, and Peggy Piesche
ENGLISH: translate.eipcp.net

Museum. Raum. Geschichte: Neue Orte politischer Tektonik Ein virtueller Gedankenaustausch zwischen Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai und Peggy Piesche
GERMAN: translate.eipcp.net
Readings for the students of the class, discussion and implementation in the art work, activations. In charge of the project Ivana Marjanovic.

23.03.2010, Tuesday

At M1, HOUR WILL BE SENT LATER
Reading of text and watching films with discussions

Reading in MARCH 2010
Text by
Museum. Space. History: New Sites of Political Tectonics A virtual exchange between Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai, and Peggy Piesche
ENGLISH: translate.eipcp.net

Museum. Raum. Geschichte: Neue Orte politischer Tektonik Ein virtueller Gedankenaustausch zwischen Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai und Peggy Piesche
GERMAN: translate.eipcp.net
Readings for the students of the class, discussion and implementation in the art work, activations. In charge of the project Ivana Marjanovic.

24.03.2010, Wednesday

At M1, HOUR WILL BE SENT LATER
Reading of text and watching films with discussions

Reading in MARCH 2010
Text by
Museum. Space. History: New Sites of Political Tectonics A virtual exchange between Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai, and Peggy Piesche
ENGLISH: translate.eipcp.net

Museum. Raum. Geschichte: Neue Orte politischer Tektonik Ein virtueller Gedankenaustausch zwischen Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai und Peggy Piesche
GERMAN: translate.eipcp.net
Readings for the students of the class, discussion and implementation in the art work, activations. In charge of the project Ivana Marjanovic.

25.03.2010, Thursday
At 15.00 M1

Plattform Geschichtspolitik
Sprachen: deutsch und englisch

General meeting of the working group

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EASTER HOLIDAYS: 26.03 to 11.04.2010; START IN APRIL 12.04. 2010

READ MORE ABOUT Plattform Geschichtspolitik
Plattform Geschichtspolitik

English description:
The work group “Platform for History Politics”* is an initiative of students, activists and teachers associated with the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, which defines itself as an open collective, according to the logic of the work groups that have been formed within the Academy occupation of 2009/2010. It marks the beginning of a continuous process of critically reflecting and publicly dealing with the Academy’s participation in Colonial-ism, (Austro-)Fascism and National Socialism. As is all too usual for Austrian institu-tions, these histories of the Academy have been repressed thus far. One of the few pro-jects that publicly dealt with the fascist and National Socialist history of the Academy (the only one?) is a symposium and a subsequent publication that were initiated and or-ganized by a group of students in 1990 who were then faced with the opposition of the institution (see the recommended scholarly reading: “Im Reich der Kunst”).

Since October 2009, the working group has tried to link its activities to that work, aiming at establishing a platform for the broader discussion of history politics at the Academy. Considering the overwhelming quantity of relevant subjects and simultaneously limited resources, it was decided to focus on a certain time period during the first phase of the project, the one spanning from shortly before until shortly after National Socialism. Four subjects were defined for concentrated work: interviews with contemporary witnesses, the provenience research of the Academy’s library and art collections, the restitution of possible dispossessed objects, and critical interventions in architectural and spatial mani-festations.

During the spring 2010 term, those subjects should be elaborated on, whereas new participants will have the possibility of defining different fields of work according to their interests if required. Furthermore, additional networking with initiatives dealing with related subjects outside of the Academy is projected, such as:
• Meeting with the participants of the “Arbeitskreis zur Umgestaltung des Lueger-Denkmals” (University of Applied Arts Vienna)
• Guided tour alongside the historical manifestations at the University of Vienna by Herbert Posch (Institute for Contemporary History, University of Vienna) includ-ing a meeting with Bele Marx and Minna Antowa who reconfigured the “Sieg-friedkopf” monument
• City tour alongside selected “Türkendenkmäler” (monuments referring to the Ot-toman Wars in Europe) in the 1st district by Silvia Dallinger, Marion Gollner, Jo-hann Heiss and Johanna Witzeling (DOC-Team at the Austrian Academy of Sci-ences, research project: “Die Türken vor (und in) Wien” – Zur Vermittlung und Vergegenwärtigung von Geschichtsbildern der “osmanischen Bedrohung” in Österreich)

  • “History Politics” is a literal translation of the German term “Geschichtspolitik” and is used since there is no generally-accepted translation. It refers to the fact that the construc-tion of history and its political interpretation are immanent to history as such.

Languages: German and English

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Deutsche Beschreibung:
Die Arbeitsgruppe Plattform Geschichtspolitik ist eine Initiative von Student_innen, Aktivist_innen und Lehrenden, die der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien nahe stehen und versteht sich als offenes Kollektiv im Sinne jener Arbeitsgruppen die im Rahmen der Akademiebesetzung entstanden sind. Sie markiert den Beginn eines kontinuierlichen Prozesses, in dem die Teilhabe der Akademie an Kolonialismus, (Austro-)Faschismus und Nationalsozialismus kritisch reflektiert und öffentlich verhandelt wird. Wie in österreichischen Institutionen allzu üblich, wurden diese Geschichten der Akademie bisher verdrängt. Eines der wenigen Projekte, welches Faschismus und Nationalsozialismus an der Akademie thematisierte (das einzige?), ist ein 1990 von einer Gruppe Studierender, gegen beträchtliche Widerstände aus der Institution, initiiertes und organisiertes Symposium samt nachfolgender Publikation (siehe empfohlene Fachliteratur: „Im Reich der Kunst“).

Seit Oktober 2009 versucht die Plattform Geschichtspolitik nun an die bestehende Arbeit anzuknüpfen um eine Plattform für breitere Diskussionen über Geschichtspolitiken an der Akademie zu etablieren. Angesichts der beträchtlichen Anzahl relevanter Themen bei gleichzeitig beschränkten Ressourcen, wurde entschieden den Fokus während der ersten Phase des Projekts auf einen begrenzten Zeitraum zu legen, jenen kurz vor bis kurz nach dem Nationalsozialismus. Hierbei wurden vier Schwerpunkte definiert: Interviews mit Zeitzeug_innen, Provenienzforschung über die Bestände der Bibliothek und der Kunstsammlungen der Akademie, die Restitution etwaiger geraubter Güter und kritische Interventionen in architektonische und räumliche Manifestationen.

Im Sommersemester 2010 soll weiter an den bisherigen Schwerpunkten gearbeitet werden, wobei alle neuen Teilnehmer_innen auch die Möglichkeit haben bei Bedarf andere Arbeitsfelder gemäß ihren Interessen festzulegen. Darüber hinaus ist die weitere Vernetzung mit Initiativen geplant die sich außerhalb der Akademie mit verwandten Themen befassen:
• Treffen mit Teilnehmer_innen des „Arbeitskreis zur Umgestaltung des Lueger-Denkmals” (Universität für angewandte Kunst)
• Führung durch geschichtspolitische Manifestationen an der Universität Wien von Herbert Posch (Institut für Zeitgeschichte, Uni Wien) inklusive einem Treffen mit Bele Marx und Minna Antowa, den Umgestalter_innen des Siegfriedkopfs
• Stadtrundgang zu ausgewählten „Türkendenkmälern“ im 1. Bezirk mit Silvia Dallinger, Marion Gollner, Johann Heiss und Johanna Witzeling (DOC-Team an der Akademie der Wissenschaften, Forschungsprojekt: „Die Türken vor (und in) Wien“ – Zur Vermittlung und Vergegenwärtigung von Geschichtsbildern der „osmanischen Bedrohung“ in Österreich)

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