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Monday, 1. November 2010


PCAP program November 2010


PROGRAM NOVEMBER 2010

1.November 2010, Monday and 2. November 2010, Tuesday
holidays

3, November, 2011, Wednesday

16.00
DISCUSSION RUNDGANG

17.00
STUDENT WORKS PRESENTATION

Annalisa Cannito
Muzaffer Hasaltay

At 20.00
Workshop title: Decolonizing Knowledge and Life through Theory and Art
The workshop will be conducted by guest lecturer Ivana Marjanovic, PhD candidate, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.

Finale discussion text by Preciado.

4.November 2010, Wednesday

Editorial board book meeting at 9.30 until 11.00

11.00 to 16.00
NEW STUDENT WORKS PRESENTATION
Claudia Caceres
Wilhelm Hejda
Alessandra Klimpel
Joanna Wilk

ERASMUS
Claudia Tomassetti

4.November 2010, Wednesday//4.11.2011, Donnerstag

18.00 – 20.00

Ein Panel über die Zukunft von Kunst und Kultur in einer sich wirtschaftlich und ökologisch schnell verändernden Welt:

Kritische Strategien in Kunst und Medien 2010

Diskussion und Buchpräsentation

Veranstaltet von der Conceptual Art-Klasse an der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien und World-Information Institute

Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Semper Depot, Lehargasse 8, Wien,
Post-Conceptual Art-Klasse, Erste Stock, M1

Diskussion

Mit: Radostina Patulova, Ralo Mayer, Martin Wassermair und Konrad Becker

Moderation: Sonja Eismann

Seit Jahrhunderten wird Kunst, buchstäblich und im übertragenen Sinne, die angebliche Fähigkeit zugeschrieben, eine kritische, politische Verantwortung zu tragen. Doch in den Trends der letzten Jahrzehnte - die Geburtswehen des Hyperkapitals und die ökologische Katastrophe – entwickelten sich kaum Formen der künstlerischen Praxis, die in der Lage sind, solchen Herausforderungen konzeptionell wirksam zu begegnen.
Mit dem Niedergang der postmodernen Theorie und eine zunehmende Schwäche der neoliberalen ideologischen Hegemonie, ist eine ernsthafte Neubewertung einer "kritischen kulturellen Praxis" notwendig.

Im September 2009 lud World-Information Institute in New York eine Gruppe von digitalen Theoretikern und Praktikern ein zu debattieren, ob Kunst, jenseits einer "Kreative-Industrie" und der Dekoration von Katastrophen hinaus, eine Zukunft hat, - oder, falls nicht, welche neuen Arten von Ansätzen gefordert werden könnten. Das Buch "Kritische Strategien in Kunst und Medien" bietet dazu Anstösse.

Tiefgreifende Veränderungen im Zusammenhang mit globalen digitalen Informations- und Kommunikationssysteme stellen das kulturelle Erbe der Zukunft in Frage und erfordern unabhängige kulturelle Intelligenz und anhaltende politische Analyse kultureller Praxis.
Buchpräsentation

Critical Strategies in Art and Media
Perspectives of New Cultural Practices

Konrad Becker, Jim Fleming (eds.)
Autonomedia, New York, 2010

www.autonomedia.org

Welche kollektiven und kollaborativen Praktiken erfinden neue Terrains und Flows jenseits des überholten Models der Fetischobjekte des Künstlers oder Autors als Genie? Was ist die Rolle der Kunst und symbolischen Manipulation in einer von Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien durchdrungenen Welt? Können wir neue Modelle identifizieren, die das Kunstobjekt und den individuellen Autor ersetzen? Wenn ja, woher kommen sie und was könnten sie über die Zukunft kritischer Praktiken aussagen?
Welche neuen "virtuellen" Räume öffnen sich für kulturelle Praxis in elektronischen Medien? Wenn "alte Medien" unter dem Druck des Virtuellen zusammenzubrechen, welche neuen Medien lassen sich finden? Wo ist Platz für neue Formen von Überraschung und Intensität statt didaktischer Illustration und kanalisierter Dissidenz?

Mit welchen Strategien lässt sich dem unstillbaren Appetit der Creative Industries für alles Radikale begegnen? Gibt es Strategien, um diesem Schicksal zu entkommen und nicht zu Moden im Dienste von Verkaufszahlen reduziert zu werden? Oder sind kritische Praktiken dazu verurteilt, mit den Kräften der Konsumgesellschaft Katz und Maus zu spielen?

Mit:
Ted Byfield / Nettime, Steve Kurtz / Critical Art Ensemble, McDonald Crowley Amanda / Eyebeam, Claire Pentecost / Continental Drift, Peter Lamborn Wilson / Temporäre Autonome Zone

Und:
Franco (Bifo) Berardi / Rekombinant.org, Marco Deseriis / New York University Rene Gabri / 16 Beaver, Brian Holmes / Continental Drift, Ayreen Anastas / 16 Beaver, Judith Malina / Living Theater, McKenzie Wark / New School, New York, Felix Stalder / World-Information Institute, Beka Economopoulos / No Alternative, Gabriella Coleman / New York University, Andy Bichlbaum / The Yes Men

Dual Channel Screening Loop:
Video-Dokumentation "Kritische Strategien in Kunst und Medien - Perspektiven neuer kultureller Praktiken"

Teil I 43 '

Teil II 1h 12 '

  1. November 2010, Friday

11.00 to 18.00
Workshop title: Decolonizing Knowledge and Life through Theory and Art
The workshop will be conducted by guest lecturer Ivana Marjanovic, PhD candidate, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.

Based on PCAP readings, a book project “Vocabulary of Decoloniality” was initiated by Marina Grzinic, Ivana Marjanovic and students of the Post Conceptual Art Practices class. The concept of the book has been developed as a collective process by the students. The book represents an attempt to transcend the class program and try to contextualize questions of knowledge, dissemination and activation through art and theory.
PRESENTATION TEXTS and WORKS part of the BOOK, program in details announced by Marjanovic

4 presentations: readings, contextualization, works

  1. November 2010, Monday

kkpd seminar at 16h
am MO 29.11 at 16h

  1. November 2010, Tuesday
    Edi and Petja, discussing rundgang, projects preparation
    at 16.00

11.November 2010, Thursday

15:00-18:00
Plattform Geschichtspolitik
General meeting (Jour Fixe) at PCAP class

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  1. November to 19.November 2010, Monday to Friday
    Harun Farocki, Maren Grimm, film seminar

  2. November 2010, Monday

16 .00 to 20.00
Workshop title: Decolonizing Knowledge and Life through Theory and Art
The workshop will be conducted by guest lecturer Ivana Marjanovic, PhD candidate, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.

Based on PCAP readings, a book project “Vocabulary of Decoloniality” was initiated by Marina Grzinic, Ivana Marjanovic and students of the Post Conceptual Art Practices class. The concept of the book has been developed as a collective process by the students. The book represents an attempt to transcend the class program and try to contextualize questions of knowledge, dissemination and activation through art and theory.
PRESENTATION TEXTS and WORKS part of the BOOK, program in details announced by Marjanovic

  1. November 2010, Monday
    At 20.00
    STUDENT WORK PRESENTATION

Dorian Bonelli

  1. November 2010, Tuesday
    9.30 to 14.00
    Editorial board book meeting

14.00 to 16.00
Individual meetings

  1. November 2010, Tuesday

At 17.00
A LECTURE WITH DISCUSSION

“Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media”

GUEST LECTURER: SARAH COOK

Language: English
OPEN TO THE ACADEMY AND PUBLIC AT LARGE

Since 2000, the research centre CRUMB www.crumbweb.org at the University of Sunderland in the UK, has aimed to help curators rethink their practices in the light of new media art's ‘behaviours’. This talk will suggest how the immaterial, time-based and participatory qualities of media art challenge traditional curatorial ways of working, drawing from Sarah Cook's book co-authored with Beryl Graham, "Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media" (MIT Press, 2010).

In 2005 Sarah Cook co-curated an exhibition called “The Art Formerly Known As New Media” at the Banff Centre; five years later new media artworks are increasingly considered a part of the contemporary art world, but those which involve interactivity and technological networks are still difficult to classify according to the established art-world categories based on medium, geography, and chronology. Systems-based artworks invite a rethinking of the work's production, interpretation, exhibition, and dissemination, as well as the role of the curator and audience. While artists have led the way in using the connected, interactive and generative characteristics of new media including social media tools, networks and software art, we are now seeing the rise of projects where ‘the audience’ might become not only a participant, but also to an extent a curator. As such, in today’s mediated landscape, what distinguishes a curatorial practice from the growing roster of online activities ‘read as’ curating which anyone can engage in, such as filtering, blogging, and commenting?

BIOGRAPHY: Sarah Cook is a curator and writer based in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK and co-author with Beryl Graham of the book "Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media" (MIT Press, 2010). She is currently a research fellow at the University of Sunderland where she co-founded and co-edits CRUMB, the online resource for curators of new media art and teaches on the MA Curating course. www.crumbweb.org

In 2011 she will co-chair "Rewire, the Fourth International Conference on the histories of media art, science and technology" with FACT in Liverpool. Having grown up in Canada, Sarah has a longstanding association with The Banff Center where she has worked as a guest curator and researcher in residence for the Walter Phillips Gallery, the International Curatorial Institute and the New Media Institute, developing exhibitions, summits, residencies and publications. After completing her PhD in 2004, Sarah worked as adjunct curator of new media at BALTIC. In 2008 Sarah was the inaugural curatorial fellow at Eyebeam Art and Technology Center in New York, where she worked with the artists in the labs to develop exhibitions of their work. For over ten years Sarah has curated and co-curated international exhibitions including Database Imaginary (2004), The Art Formerly Known As New Media (2005), Package Holiday (2005), Broadcast Yourself (2008) and Untethered (2008).

24.November, Wednesday, 25. November, Thursday and 26.November, Friday

Akbild/PCAP and Bratislava academy/ art studio meetings students Academy of Fine Arts, Bratislava
Program proposal for Bratislava conceived and organized by Ivan Jurica, artist, curator, writer

PCAP Vienna (Prof. Marina Gržinić); Studio Ilona Németh (Prof. Németh) Bratislava
“DER DRANG NACH OSTEN – PARALLELS TOWARDS COLONIALITY AND POST-COLONIALISM WITHIN THE CENTRAEUROPEAN SPACE”

Short description of the project by Ivan Jurica

In November/December 2010 an exhibition project will be realised in the Galéria HIT in Bratislava/Slovakia (opening of the exhibition on 28.10.). Its title „Der Drang nach Osten – Parallels Towards Coloniality And Post-Colonialism Within The Central-European Space“ („Der Drang nach Osten – paralely ku kolonialite a post-kolonializmu v stredoeurópskom priestore“) focuses a re-writing of the official collective history (or rather histories) within the Central-European space.

The aim of the project is to create (through selected artworks and texts) a theoretical base for reconsidering the history and the presence of Central-European Space not just as any history or even nostalgia for the past, but as history of repressions based on borders, ideologies, religion, capital and exploitation (comparable to the history and presence of neo/coloniality). More than else in the world this space is to be thought as a laboratory of ideologies, each of them creating own socio-political systems with own, often completely contradictory, values; i.e. Austro-Hungarian Empire; National Socialism; Soviet Union & its satellites; Post 89 transition, but also interior histories as in case of ex-Czechoslovakia or ex-Yugoslavia, or repression of minorities within the states system.

As it is an art project, one of the main questions would be, what role had and still has the official art(history) and culture to fulfill within these processes of repression, colonization and its naturalization ..?

Another constitutive part of the project is a small symposium with theoreticians on art and economy (25.11.) and a group workshop on Coloniality between the students of the Academy of Fine Arts (VŠVU), Bratislava (Studio Prof.Ilona Németh) and the PCAP (Post-Conceptual Art Practices; Prof.Marina Gržinić) at the Academy Of Fine Arts in Vienna (24. - 26.11.). All theoretical events will take place at the Academy in Bratislava.

Participating artists/Collectivs/Projects: Muzzaffer Hasaltay, Check Instead, Michal Moravčík, Lina Dokuzovic, IRWIN, Marina Gržinić/Aina Šmid, Joanna Richardson/David Rych, Re-Mapping Mozart, Jaro Varga, Ivan Jurica
Speakers at the symposium: Marina Gržinić, Hannes Hofbauer, Silvia Ruppeldtová, Christian Kravagna (?), Ilona Németh
Theoretical texts by: Hannes Hofbauer, Suzana Milevska, Marina Gržinić, Silvia Ruppeldtová, Anetta Mona Chişa, Ivan Jurica
Project conceived and organized by Ivan Jurica and the team of Galéria HIT (Dorota Kenderová, Jaro Varga)

PROGRAM BY DAYS:
24.11. DEPARTURE AT 8.00 by BUS from Vienna
(Group from Vienna arriving in Bratislava; hostel check in), in the morning
13.00 Official welcome at the Academy in Bratislava
13.30 – 21.00 Students presentations
Visiting exhibition at the Galeria HIT

25.11.
11.00 Visiting the main building of the Academy at Drotarska cesta; maybe also small presentaions of 2 other studios
(Break)
17.00 – 20.00 Colloqium/Symposium on Coloniality at the Academy Bratislava
Dinner?
21.00 Party

26.11.
11.00 - ? Visiting the city and exhibition(s)
DEPARTURE FROM BRATISLAVA AT 17.00 to Vienna, at 18.00 cca in Vienna

29.11.2010, Monday

kkpd seminar at 16.00



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