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Monday, 31. October 2011

PCAP program November 2011


4.11.2011, Friday
At 11.00 to 13.00 Individual meetings, Grzinic Office
At 14.00 M1, presentations PCAP
Oberlechner Georg
Özmen Esra
Palme Peter
Schawalder Miro
Scheibelhofer Silvia
Kunz Simone

4.11.2011, Friday
At 20.00
CONCLUDING THE READING OF TRINH MINH-HA, interview/text. The reading will be supported by the translation in German of her book. Language: English/German.
9.11.2011, Wednesday
At 15:00 - 18:00 in M1
KKPD, seminar by Petja Dimitrova

10.11.2011, Thursday
At 15:00 in M1
Plattform Geschichtspolitik, seminar by Eduard Freudmann

11.11.2011, Friday
At 15:00 - 18:00 in M1
Emanzipatorische Interventionen als künstlerische Strategie 3, seminar by Can Guelcue

14.11.2011, Monday
M1, At 15.30
Thomas Schoiswohl presentation/lecture diploma work /installation/ in the class:
What means a political research in art?
The diploma work by Thomas Schoiswohl is based on a conception of art research into history, activist intervention and political engagement in the post Nazi Austria. Thomas will guide us through all the most important points of his work!
Mandatory for the first year students, Erasmus in the class and Ma students critical studies! Languages: English and German.

14.11.2011, Monday
AT 17.30 we go to HISTORY /PERFORMANCE/FILM event for study reasons!
Where: Filmcasino Vienna, entrance free.
ADDRESS: Margaretenstraße 78, 1050 Wien
At 18.00
Nervous Magic Lantern Performance
Ken und Flo Jacobs
As part of the Vienna Art Week, Ken und Flo Jacobs will give a live presentation of one of the legendary Nervous Lantern Magic Performances.
In the mid-1970s, these experiments ultimately led him to develop the unique method he calls the Nervous System, a series of live performances with film projections he has continued to refine to this day.
Using two modified projectors that show the same film with a slight delay between them, Ken Jacobs turns found footage—usually from old movies—into ceaselessly flickering and pulsating three-dimensional images. With the Nervous Magic Lantern system, which he developed in 2000, his work came to verge on abstraction: he creates abstract three-dimensional figures with nothing but the play of light and shadow. This technique represents Jacobs’s attempt to come as close as possible to the essence of film and evoke new sensory impressions while eschewing existing imagery.
CV: The New York-based experimental filmmaker and “cinematic performer” Ken Jacobs (b. Brooklyn 1933) ranks with Maya Deren, Kenneth Anger, Stan Brakhage, Jack Smith, and Jonas Mekas as one of the pioneers of the New American Cinema of the 1960s and 1970s. As early as the late 1950s, he developed his own aesthetic-political filmic practice. His training in painting—he studied with Hans Hoffman—influenced his early films, in which an abstract expressionist language predominates, including, in particular, his early classic of American avant-garde cinema, Tom, Tom, The Piper’s Son (1969). Ken Jacobs’s work Capitalism: Slavery (2006) is on display in the exhibition Animism.
14.11.2011, Monday
At 20.30 in M1
Animation films and presentation works by David Kellner, who is working on his diploma for June 2012.

15.11. 2011 Tuesday

At 10.00 to 13.00 Individual meetings, Grzinic office
At 13.00 presentations PCAP
Phd in arts
Tanel Rander
Jaroslav Varga
First year students:
Hosseinyar Neda
Potemkina Anastasia
Shestakova Anna
Tasci Reha Refik
Wagner Katharina

15.11. 2011 Tuesday
At 20.00 screening with discussion, film evening organized by Claudia Caceres and Marissa Lobo
Teza, 2008
140 min (Ethiopia/ Germany)
Director, Screenwriter, Editor: Haile Gerima
Language: Amharic, German, English.
German Subtitles

The film traces the anguished trajectory of an idealistic young intellectual named Anberber from his origins in a small village through his years as a medical student in Europe; his return to Ethiopia where he ends up a casualty of the Marxist military revolution that overthrew Emperor Haile Selassie in 1974; and his exile to West Germany, where he becomes a victim of racism.

16.11.2011 Wednesday
At 15:00 - 18:00
KKPD, seminar by Petja Dimitrova
21.11.2011, Monday
Travel PCAP // Budapest

22.11.2011 Tuesday
Travel PCAP // Budapest

23.11.2011 Wednesday
Travel PCAP // Budapest

24.11.2011 Thursday
At 15:00 in M1
Plattform Geschichtspolitik, seminar by Eduard Freudmann
25.11.2011 Friday
At 15:00 - 18:00 in M1
Emanzipatorische Interventionen als künstlerische Strategie 3, seminar by Can Guelcue

30.11.2011, Wednesday

At 15:00 - 18:00 in M1
KKPD, seminar by Petja Dimitrova

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