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PCAP Program November 2013


PCAP Program November 2013

4.11 to 9.11.2013
RESEARCH TRAVEL OF PCAP TO ATHENS, GREECE

Students: Ye La An, Sarah Binder, Nadja David, Miltiadis Gerothanasis, Naz Gündoğdu, Willi Hejda, Imayna Caceres, Neda Hosseinyar, Daria Kirillova, Niki Kubaczek, Nataša Mackuljak, Esra Özmen, Ceylan Aslıhan Öztürk, Jamila Schamanek, Songül Sönmez, Aneta Stojnić, Reha Refik Tasci, Claudia Tomassetti, Anna Stina Treumund, Irene Wallner, Martin Weichselbaumer, Arin Zadoorian
Ass. Prof: Petja Dimitrova, Muzaffer Hasaltay
Professor: Marina Grzinic

PROGRAM

4.11.2013, MONDAY
8.30
Departure. Take S7 from Wien Mitte Metro to Vienna airport. Costs 4.20 Euro.
9.30
Meeting LOBBY VIENNA AIRPORT, in front of McDonalds; going together to group check in.
HAVE YOUR IDENTITY CARD, PASSPORTS, VISAS! and STUDENT CARD;
USB keys with your work for the presentations, cameras to record and taking photos.
11.20
Departure from Vienna airport TRAVEL A3 881
14.35
Arrival Athens Int. airport El. Venizelos. Minivan takes us from Athens airport to youth hostel (Paid!)
YOUTH HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION:
Athens International
16 Viktoros Hugo Str., 104 38 Athens
30-210-5232540, info@athens-international.com
17.00
City / gallery tour w artist-performer Aristi Costopoulou

5.11.2014, TUESDAY

10.00
Visit to Acropolis archeological space. (Tickets booked are already paid, just go to the ticket office and pick up the tickets for zero payments).
How to go to Acropolis
Take the metro red line in direction to “Agios Dimitrios”. Get off at “Acropolis” station (after 4 stops). Ask there for the entrance of the Acropolis archeological place, it is a 4 min. walk. The Museum of Acropolis will be right beside.
12.00
City and gallery tour with artist-performer Katerina Fanouraki; going to Plaka, the old historical neighborhood of Athens, clustered around the northern and eastern slopes of the Acropolis.

Visiting of the exhibition Christian Boltanski, Eyes at The Onassis Cultural Centre.

17.00
Going to “Steki Metanaston” (Immigrants’ Place. Address: Tsamadou 13), meeting and discussion with immigrants and others who are part of the Steki. Representatives from LOA (Lesbian Group Athens (Lesviaki Omada Athinas - AOL) www.loa.gr) and members from the LGBT group “Ouranio Toxo” (Rainbow) will be there.
Maybe Yiannis Albanis will join you. Yiannis Albanis is an activist on human rights and represents the Network for social and political rights.
From Steki Vana Kostayola spoke with Nasim and from LOA with Xaris!
20.00
Film screening at “Steki Metanaston”
The film is called “RUINS” and it is on the HIV women and their manipulation as part of the crisis. Trailer (in Greek): youtu.be
RUINS: “Α documentary about a shocking case of HIV criminalization in Greece. The story of the persecution of HIV-positive women who were detained by the Hellenic Police, forcibly tested, charged with felony, imprisoned and publicly exposed, when their mug shots and personal data were published in the media in the run-up to the country’s 2012 national elections.”

6.11.2013, WEDNESDAY

11:00 – 16:00
Meeting at Athens Fine Art School with Vassilis Vlastaras, associate professor and Kostis Stafylakis, art theorist and artist. Together they run the project “Unit of Innovation”.
Address: Peiraios 256, Moschato Tavros
Metro from “Metaxourgio”, direction “Agios Dimitrios”.
Get off at “Omonoia” (first stop) to change the line (from red to green). Take the green line with direction “Piraeus”. Get off at station “Kallithea” (5th stop from “Omonia”). From there to the Athens Fine Art School is a 10 min. walk.
STUDENT PRESENTATIONS from both sides!
PCAP presentations:
Naz Gündoğdu/ Niki Kubaczek,
Esra Özmen,
Nataša Mackuljak/Miltiadis Gerothanasis

At 19.00

Theater Ebros, visiting and short discussion on the situation at Ebros self-managed theater; visit during their presentation on the subject of Creative Commons.

7.11.2013, THURSDAY

12.00
Meeting at The Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens.
12.00 with Voula Touri around and
12.30 with Maria Karamessini, Maria Stratigaki (www.mariastratigaki.gr) and maybe Athena Athanasiou (panteion.academia.edu).
These professors are working on immigrants, LGBT, biopolitics, (un)employment etc.

15.30 to 21.00 Athens Biennale with and CAMP with Kostis Stafylakis, art theorist, artist and discussion on art and activist practices neo-fascism in Greece and the Greek riots

8.11.2013, FRIDAY

11.30 meeting at BIOS
Contact person at BIOS: Gabriela Triadafuli
Address: Panagi Tsaldari, Athens
Meeting with the artist Demi Kaia

DEPARTURE TO VIENNA FRIDAY 8.11.2013
At 14.00
From youth hostel, minivan takes us to airport
TRAVEL A3 880 08NOV ATHVIE HK26 1635
Arrival in Vienna at 17.50

CONCEPTUALIZATION/ORGANIZATION
TRIP TO / IN ATHENS
Conceptualization/ content/ research trip Athens:
Vana Kostayola and Marina Grzinic (with help by numerous friends, artists, theoreticians and activists).
Proposal trip: Neda Hosseinyar and Arin Zadoorian
Documentation of the trip: Ye La An, Irene Wallner.
Orientation in Athens and help in situ: Miltiadis Gerothanasis.
Technical help and documentation and presentations support: Muzaffer Hasaltay.
Work on money, travel and accommodation: Petja Dimitrova, Marina Grzinic, Vana Kostayola.
END PCAP TRAVEL, Athens

9.11.2013, SATURDAY installment diplomas
10.11. 2013. SUNDAY installment diplomas
11.11.2013, MONDAY installment diplomas

12.11.2013, TUESDAY

Until 15.00 Installment diplomas

16.00 to 19.00

Erasmus presentations:

Ceylan Öztürk
Ahmed Al-Nawas

12.11.2013, TUESDAY
At 20.00
Post Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP) -Open Critical Debates on Visual and Theoretical productions: “Images, Theory, Politics, and Activism”

Seminar consisting of three lectures with the title Conceptual art and techno-bodies ("cyborg" and "queer" in the new technology environment) by Aneta Stojnic, PhD, theoretician, artist and curator, Belgrade, Serbia

Lecture no 2: re-elaborating the "Cyborg manifesto" (D. Haraway, 1984)

Aneta Stojnic is currently Ernst-Mach Scholarship holder for a research project at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, Conceptual Art study program, IBK.

The lectures focus on the construction of the social, cultural and personal identity in media-dominated environment, relating to the contiguity between "cyborg" and "queer" and its implications in the new technology environment. The cyborg entity deconstructs the binary relations between object and subject, nature and culture, being and non-being, organism and machine, male and female, possibility and impossibility of taking controls own once own body.

The lecture no. 2 will re-elaborate the "Cyborg manifesto" (D. Haraway, 1984), after 30 years in the first world the question of the body as a social construct is more relevant than ever. The technological environment that is here at stand is neither politically nor ideologically innocent. In the contemporary world, information communication technologies are defining the condition of neoliberal globalization. Therefore we need to constantly re-articulate our position when we interact with(in) technology. We need to "queer the cyborg". In this light Stojnic will offer a historical analysis starting from occurrence of the concept of cyborg in fiction to the present moment of "cyborg society". Her thesis is that unlike cyberpunk distopian fictions where the cyborgs represented the margins of the society i.e. the asymmetrical others, today the possibility of "cyborgization" of once own body becomes the privilege of those who can afford it. Contemporary cyborgs have become the first in relation to whom are constructed the imperfect, dispensable, mortal others.

13.11.2013, WEDNESDAY

At 14.30 reflection class travel Greece

16.00 to 19.00
Presentation MA critical Studies and Erasmus

Anna-Stina Treumund
Alain Volpe

At 19.00
Working with diplomants. Exam 14.11.2013.

14.11.2013, THURSDAY
Diploma exams
Annalisa Cannito
Nataša Mackuljak

18.11.2013, MONDAY

15.00 until 17.30

Seminar/workshop with Gin Mueller
TITLE: Queer Performance and Activism in public Space

4 days from 18 to 21.11.2013; EACH DAY starts at 15.00 until 17.30

Der Titel zu Workshop und Text verweist zum einen auf verschiedene theoretische Bezugspunkte wie den Begriff „queer“, die „Performance“ bzw. das „Performative“; und zum anderen auf Praktiken zur Artikulation von Widerstand/Protest/Dissens in öffentlichen Räumen. Die Auseinandersetzung mit Performativität bezieht sich in diesem Horizont auf die Suche nach Möglichkeiten, in inszenierte gouvernementale Ordnungen (nach Foucault sogenannte »Techniken des Regierens«), einzugreifen. Öffentliche und städtische Räume sind von bestimmten Inszenierungs- und Repräsentationsformen geprägt, und als sogenannter „Konfliktraum“ bieten sie auch Möglichkeiten für politische Interventionen. In dem Workshop werden verschiedene Strategien von queerem Aktivismus und politischer Praxis vorgestellt und ausgewählte Anwendungen und Szenarien diskutiert (queere Protestformen, Kommunikationsguerilla, Adbusting, Interventionen, usw). Ziel ist bestimmte Begriffe, Texte, Zugänge vorzustellen und mit Beispielen zu diskutieren.

Gin Mueller (Dr.Phil.) lives in Vienna. Works as a dramaturge, Performer, Theorist, Lecturer at the University of Vienna. In April 2008 Gin Mueller book was published: „Possen des Performativen, Theater, Aktivismus und queere Politiken“, republicart 7, Wien: Turia+ Kant, 2008. Recent Theatre/Performance/Film-Productions: „Rebelodrom – Aktionslabor für politische Interventionen“ (brut, Wien 2013)„ Melodrom – The Making of a rebellious Telenovela“ (Mexico City, brut_Wien, 5.10.2012/14), „Who shot the Princess?, Boxstop Telenovelas“, Mexico City (Juli, August 2011), Graz (6.9. 2011), Wien (16.-24.9. 2011), „Orlanding the dominant, a queere Burlesque“ (Jänner 2008), etc.

Open to the entire academy and organized in collaboration with the Netzwerk and Conceptual Art dpt, Akbild.
Der Workshop ist für alle Studierenden zugänglich und findet im Rahmen des Studienprogramms der Klasse Konzeptuelle Kunst in Kooperation mit dem Netzwerk für Frauenförderung statt.

19.11.2013, TUESDAY
15.00 until 17.30

Seminar/workshop with Gin Mueller
TITLE: Queer Performance and Activism in public Space
Open to the entire academy and organized in collaboration with the Netzwerk and Conceptual Art dpt, Akbild.
Der Workshop ist für alle Studierenden zugänglich und findet im Rahmen des Studienprogramms der Klasse Konzeptuelle Kunst in Kooperation mit dem Netzwerk für Frauenförderung statt.

20.11.2013, WEDNESDAY
15.00 until 17.30

Seminar/workshop with Gin Mueller
TITLE: Queer Performance and Activism in public Space
Open to the entire academy and organized in collaboration with the Netzwerk and Conceptual Art dpt, Akbild.
Der Workshop ist für alle Studierenden zugänglich und findet im Rahmen des Studienprogramms der Klasse Konzeptuelle Kunst in Kooperation mit dem Netzwerk für Frauenförderung statt.

20.11.2013, WEDNESDAY

At 19.00
Where: Depot
Breite Gasse 3
1070 Wien
See www.depot.or.at
PRESENTATION BOOK

Utopia of Alliances, Conditions of Impossibilities and the Vocabulary of Decoloniality. Löcker Verlag, Wien 2013
Edited by the Editorial Group for Writing Insurgent Genealogies

The book is the outcome of processes of studying, learning and de-learning, established in the Post-Conceptual Art Practices class at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. What’s at stake here is to reflect not only on historical colonialism but also on the ways in which capitalism frames the world we inhabit. The notion of decoloniality has provided a radical option with which to rethink learning processes coming from positions that are not exclusively Western-orientated but are instead formed by other political-social contexts and perspectives.

Taking part in the presentation:
Carolina Agredo, Annalisa Cannito, Miltiadis Gerothanasis, Marina Grzinic, Marissa Lôbo, Ivana Marjanovic, editors

With numerous contributors in the book from Vienna.

21.11.2014, THURSDAY

8.30 to 12.00
Individual meetings, Grzinic, office

12.00 to 14.00
CLASS MEETING, discussion RUNDGANG program, MANDATORY meeting

21.11.2014, THURSDAY
15.00 until 17.30

Seminar/workshop with Gin Mueller
TITLE: Queer Performance and Activism in public Space
Open to the entire academy and organized in collaboration with the Netzwerk and Conceptual Art dpt, Akbild.
Der Workshop ist für alle Studierenden zugänglich und findet im Rahmen des Studienprogramms der Klasse Konzeptuelle Kunst in Kooperation mit dem Netzwerk für Frauenförderung statt.

25.11.2013, MONDAY
At 17.00 until 20.00
Seminar „Kritisches konzeptionelles Verständnis von Film, Video und Fotographie“
By Muzaffer Hasaltay

26.11.2013, TUESDAY
At 20.00
Post Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP) -Open Critical Debates on Visual and Theoretical productions: “Images, Theory, Politics, and Activism”

Seminar consisting of three lectures with the title Conceptual art and techno-bodies ("cyborg" and "queer" in the new technology environment) by Aneta Stojnic, PhD, theoretician, artist and curator, Belgrade, Serbia

Lecture no 3: conclusion on the topic relating to the body; from natural trough cultural to the technological body

Aneta Stojnic is currently Ernst-Mach Scholarship holder for a research project at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, Conceptual Art study program, IBK.

The lectures will focus on the construction of the social, cultural and personal identity in media-dominated environment, relating to the contiguity between "cyborg" and "queer" and its implications in the new technology environment. The cyborg entity deconstructs the binary relations between object and subject, nature and culture, being and non-being, organism and machine, male and female, possibility and impossibility of taking controls own once own body.

The lecture no. 3 will give a certain conclusion on the topic relating to questions how the digital technologies brought the crucial shifts and changes in contemporary understanding of the body; from natural trough cultural and to technological bodies. These shifts produced and keep on producing, unstable changes in the architecture of the reality, indicating the influence of the symbolic aspect over the physical aspect. Weather we talk about (bio)technologically and medically altered physical bodies or mediation of the so called “natural” body into the cyber/digital space, human beings no longer perceive their own bodies as fixed, finished, organically complete entities, but rather as flux, extendible bodies in the permanent process of becoming. This will be connected with questions of biopower and biopolics.



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