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Wednesday, 26. November 2014


PCAP Program December 2014


1 December 2014, Monday

At 16.00, M1
Technical needs for the diplomas and Rundgang, MANDATORY!

1 December 2014, Monday
At 18.00 we join the
Anti-Lecture by JAMIKA AJALON, US/EU

WHERE: Department of Video and Videoinstallation at the Akademie der Bildenden Kuenste Wien, Semper depot, room parallel to M1, Lehargasse 8.

Seminar by Marion Porten featuring the guest talk by Jamika Ajalon

This Lecture is organized by Moira Hille (IKW) and Marion Porten (IBK). It’s part of Hille’s seminar "On artistic research" and Porten’s seminar "I don’t intend to speak about just near by*". It is supported by: Post-Conceptual Art Practices / Video and Videoinstallation / Master Critical Studies
BIOGRAPHY:
Jamika Ajalon is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, performer musician American exile living and working in Europe for over a decade. She has Ma Degree in Art and Cultural Theory, with an emphasis on WOC (Women Of Color) subjectivity, at Goldsmiths University, (GB) and a Bachelors in Film and Video from Columbia College Chicago, (USA). Much of her music, video work, documentaries, and performative anti-lectures speak for blurring and obliteration of borders, geographical, psychological, and with an emphasis on memory as time travel, and hidden and coded WOC narratives. She uses literature (including prose/poetry), critical theory, art, and science fiction to explore these themes. Find out more about her at www.facebook.com/jamikaajalon.artistpage and jamikaajalon.tumblr.com

2 December 2014, Tuesday

Ind. Meeting 9.00 to 15.00, Grzinic office.

2 December 2014, Tuesday

16.00 to 19.00, M1
DIPLOMA PRESENTATION (January 2015):
Christian Diaz Orejarena

Students’ presentations:
Clifford Erinmwionghae
Aydar Bekchintaev

2 December 2014, Tuesday

WHERE: M1

At 20.00 KAROLINA BREGUŁA, Poland

Artist talk presentation with the title: The effect of art
The lecture will consist as well of screening of works as Fire Followers (48 min) and of numerous other works by the artist.

Language: English.

BIOGRAPHY:
Karolina Breguła (born 1979), Polish multimedia artist; creates installations, happenings, video, photography. She has graduated from the National Film Television and Theatre School in Łódź where she now has been working on her PhD. She has performed and exhibited internationally at such venues as places as Zachęta National Gallery in Warsaw, National Museum in Warsaw, Jewish Museum in New York or at the 55th Venice Biennale (Italy). She is the author of works such as Fire-Followers (2013), Art Translationg Agency (2010) or Let Them See Us (2003). She has received numerous awards including the Polish Ministry of Culture Scholarship, Młoda Polska Scholarship, the View art prize or Samsung Art Master prize. She lives and works in Warsaw.

Organized in collaboration with Kulturkontakt Austria.

ALSO A2 seminar done in collaboration with artist Muzaffer Hasaltay, Vienna.

  1. December is holiday
  2. December 2014, Tuesday

16.00 to 19.00, M1
Students’ presentations:
Neda Hoseinyar
Daria Kirillova

  1. December 2014, Tuesday

At 20.00, M1
Film projection: Reflections Unheard: Black Women in Civil Rights, 2013, Running Time: 81min, by Nevline Nnaji, USA Reflections Unheard is a feature length documentary, and the first of its kind to focus exclusively on black women’s contributions and experiences during the Civil Rights era. Through the personal stories of several former black female Civil Rights activists, Reflections Unheard: Black Women in Civil Rights unearths the lesser-known story of black women’s political marginalization between the male-dominated Black Power movement, and the predominantly white and middle class Feminist movement during the 1960s and 70s, as well as the resulting mobilization of black and other women of color into a united Feminist movement.
(from Grzinic handaparate! Akbild Library!)

10.December 2014, Wednesday
Ind. Meeting 9.00 to 15.00, Grzinic office.

10.December 2014, Wednesday
16.00 to 19.00, M1
Students’ presentations:
Peter Palme
Jamila Schamanek
Ezgi Erol

  1. December 2014, Monday

16.00 to 19.00, M1
Screening different video films from former Yugoslavia: Cmajcanin, Bilankov,, etc., and discussion.

  1. December 2014, Monday

WHERE: M1

At 20.00 CRISTINA DAVID, Rumania

Artist talk presentation with the title: Coming clean about my fear: I am still afraid of being a mediocre artist.
Language: English.

BIOGRAPHY:
Cristina David (born 1979), contemporary artist based in Bucharest. She studied at the Faculty of Mathematics and at the National Art University of Bucharest, in Romania. In 2007 David received an MA in Fine Arts at the Art Academy in Bergen, Norway. Since 2012 David has worked as an invited lecturer at the Photo-Video Department at the National Art University in Bucharest. David art works were exhibit in galleries and museums from around the world, among which some of the relevant exhibitions venues and contemporary art events are: the Contemporary Art Museum of Bucharest, Video Art Biennial (Tel- Aviv), Shedhalle (Zurich), Kunsthalle Leipzig, Montehermoso Art Space (Vitoria, Spain), Futura Gallery (Prague), Manifesta8- Contemporary Art Biennial (Spain), The Performance Art Institute (PAI) (San Francisco), Kiasma, Museum of Contemporary Art of Finland (Helsinki), Rotor gallery (Graz).

Organized in collaboration with Kulturkontakt Austria and Romanian Cultural Institute Vienna.

ALSO A2 workshop/seminar done in collaboration with artist Muzaffer Hasaltay, Vienna.

  1. December 2014, Tuesday

Ind. Meeting 9.00 to 15.00, Grzinic office.

  1. December 2014, Tuesday

16.00 to 19.00, M1
Students presentations:
Claudia Tomassetti
Martin Weichselbaumer

  1. December 2014, Tuesday
    WHERE: M1

At 20.00 CHIBUIKE UZOMA, Nigeria
Artist talk presentation with the title: Alternative Resolutions (modalities behind the front)
Language: English.

BIOGRAPHY:
Chibuike Uzoma (born 1992), studied painting and received his BA from the University of Benin, Nigeria. A social commentator, Uzoma, has since 2010, developed an active photography practice alongside his studio work as a painter. Taking a spontaneous approach to his artistic work even as a constructionist, he endeavors to make his images in the creative moment by conceptually making each of his pieces an experiment. Currently, Chibuike Uzoma lives and works in Lagos, Nigeria.

Organized in collaboration with Kulturkontakt Austria.
ALSO A2 seminar done in collaboration with artist Muzaffer Hasaltay, Vienna.

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