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Friday, 1. May 2015

PCAP program MAY 2015

PCAP Program MAY 2015

1st May, 2015, MayDay!

4.05.2015, Monday
At 15.00 to 20.00, M1
PRESENTATIONS (June diplomas)
Arin Zadoorian
Miriam Raggam
Georg Oberlechner

5.05. 2015, Tuesday
9.00 to 13.00 individual meetings, Grzinic office

5.05. 2015, Tuesday
At 13.00 to 14.30, M1
PRESENTATION: Aidar Bekchintaev

5.05. 2015, Tuesday
At 15.00 until 16.00, M1
Q and A after screening in April of Salomonowitz film Das wirst du nie verstehen (2003)
Moderated by Joanna Wilk

5.05. 2015, Tuesday
At 16.30, M1
PRESENTATION: Maira-Enesi Caixeta
PRESENTATION (June diplomas): Julischka Stengele

6.05.2015, Wednesday
At IKL, Karl-Schweighofer-Gasse 3 1070 Wien.

In charge Aneta Stojnic.
The Tours are working- and presenting-sessions in the urban surrounding, along a chosen complex of place/occurrence/claim. They will be visited by all participants and an invited audience. Here the research is discussed and transformative artistic works are shown / performed.

11.05.2015, Monday
M1, at 17.00 until 19.00
Workshop A2 with Muzaffer Hasaltay.
Muzaffer Hasaltay has completed his MA in fine arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. He is artist, filmmaker and conceives photographic and installation works, he lives and works in Vienna.
Hasaltay will discuss the works by the students in the class and his proper work.

12.05.2015, Tuesday
M1, 17.00 to 20.00
Workshop B3, reading Gilles Deleuze “Postscript on the Societies of Control” (1992)
With Aneta Stojnic, text available in three languages, translations: ENGLISH, GERMAN, and TURKISH

15.05 until 17.05.2015, Friday to Sunday
The PCAP class travel program: Loibl Concentration Camp Memorial, Peršmanhof and Schloss Lind / Das andere Heimatmuseum
Travel conceived by Joanna Wilk and Martin Weichselbaumer

*15.05. 2015, FRIDAY
Departure at 7.00 from Vienna
Landstraßer Hauptstraße/Gigergasse

Tour with Peter Gstettner at the
Loibl (North) Concentration Camp Memorial
Loibl Süd Concentration Camp Memorial

More than one thousand prisoners were brought to the Loibl Pass from the Mauthausen Concentration Camp from summer 1943 onwards to dig a road tunnel. Two concentration camps were built there; the south concentration camp (today located on Slovenian territory) and the north concentration camp on the Carinthian side of the pass. After twenty months of construction the 1,542 metre tunnel was opened for the first Wehrmacht vehicles to pass through. The Loibl Concentration Camp was cleared on 7 May 1945 and SS units took some 950 remaining prisoners through the Loibl valley. A day later partisans liberated the column of prisoners before it reached Klagenfurt. Following the clearance and plundering of the former concentration camp complex, all traces of the Loibl (North) concentration camp were wiped out. The grounds were handed over to private owners and used for forestry. After renovation work on the Loibl Tunnel was completed in 1964, the »Amicale de Mauthausen« foundation hung a small and inconspicuous memorial plaque at the entrance to the tunnel. In 1995 an initiative to have the former Loibl (North) Concentration Camp be put under a preservation order resulted in the installation of two large information and remembrance plaques and organized a remembrance ceremony which garnered wide public and international attention. Since 2003 the initiative has stepped up activities aimed at remembering the victims of National Socialist crimes at the Loibl Pass.

The memorial is situated on the Loibl Pass Road, about 1.5 kilometers after the southern entrance of the Loibl Tunnel (border crossing between Austria and Slovenia). The international monument lies to the left of the road, the former concentration camp site is on the right of the road; there are signposted parking spaces on both sides of the road.

The tour will take about 4 hours without a break; we start on the north side and then go to the south side. If bad weather, the hike will be shortened as a result. Recommended are warm clothing and good footwear.

In charge: Mauthausen Komitee Kärnten
URL: loibl-memorial.uni-klu.ac.at

Prof. Peter Gstettner was teaching from1981 to 2004 at the University of Klagenfurt. In 1994 Peter Gstettner founded the Mauthausen Committee Carinthia / Koroška and the Association Memorial Carinthia /Koroška.

*16.05. 2015, SATURDAY
Peršmanhof. On April 25, 1945, members of SS and Police Regiment 13 shot eleven members of a Slovene family in the Upper Austrian township of Bad Eisenkappel. The family lived on the remote Peršmanhof farm which was an important base for the partisan resistance against the National Socialist regime. Since 1981, there has been a small museum at Peršmanhof. In 1983, a memorial to the Carinthian partisans was set up in the property's forecourt.

At Peršmanhof we will have a hike with Zdravko Haderlap „in the footsteps of the resistance”; this hike will take 5 hours with break. The walking time will be 2 hours the other 3 hours will be time to talk. Recommended are warm clothing, good footwear and something to eat. After the hike we will have a break and time to eat or cook something an then we have the possibility to have a look in the museum Peršmanhof.
URL: www.persman.at
Koprein-Petzen/Koprivna pod Peco 3
9135 Bad Eisenkappel/Železna kapla
In charge: Verband der Kärntner Partisanen und/and Društvo/Verein Peršman

Zdravko Haderlap born in 1964 in Bad Eisenkappel / Železna Kapla, grew up in Lepena. From1990 to 1998 founder and artistic director of the Dance Theatre / Plesni Teater Ikarus. 1991 Federal Scholarship for theater experience in Bremen / Germany and Sao Paulo / Brazil.

*17.05.2015, SUNDAY
The last day we will be at Schloss (Castle) Lind in Sankt Marein at Neumarkt in Austria. During the NS period, the castle served as a subcamp of the concentration camp Mauthausen; after 1945, it was left for itself. The artist Aramis, who intensively dealt with the building in his "associative installations" between 1996 and his death in 2010, conceived Das andere Heimatmuseum // The Different Museum of Local History.
URL: www.schlosslind.at

Returning to Vienna in the evening.

20.05.2015, Wednesday
At 15.00, M1
Organized by Joanna Wilk and Martin Weichselbaumer

Guest speaker: Gudrun Blohberger - new Educational Director of the Mauthausen Concentration Camp Memorial
Gudrun Blohberger (chairwoman of the association Peršmanhof in Carinthia and previously director of museum education at the State Museum in Klagenfurt) was appointed in 2015 as the new Educational Director of the Mauthausen Concentration Camp Memorial.

Talk moderated by Martin Weichselbaumer.

"Wilde Minze", 2009, Ein Dokumentarfilm von Jenny Gand und Lisa Rettl
A 2009 / 85 min. / DV PAL
Regie / Kamera / Schnitt: Jenny Gand //
Interview / Recherche / Produktion: Lisa Rettl //
„Wilde Minze“ erzählt die Geschichte einer Mutter-Tochterbeziehung über den Tod hinaus. In Graz werden am 23. Dezember 1944 nach einem Urteil des Volksgerichtshofs acht Todesurteile vollstreckt. Darunter die Villacher Kommunistin und Widerstandskämpferin Maria Peskoller. Ihre Tochter, die damals knapp 16-jährige Helga, überlebt. 65 Jahre danach geht sie auf eine Zeit- und Erinnerungsreise.

21.05.2015, Thursday
At 17.00
3 different study programs exchange at
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Institute for education in the Arts
Karl-Schweighofergasse 3, room 3.06

Presentations by and within:
-Postgraduate Programme in Curating, Institute Cultural Studies in the Arts, Zurich University of the Arts (Dr. Dorothee Richter) and Mirjam Bayerdörfer Assistentin Postgraduate Programm in Curating
-Institut für das künstlerische Lehramt, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
(Dr. Elke Krasny)
-Post-Conceptual Art Practices, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
(Dr. Aneta Stojnic)


FROM Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Post-Conceptual Art Practices
-Esra Özmen: Rap, Work in the Classroom with Migrants (student, postconceptual art practices)
-Peter Palme: analysis of Austria past and present (student, postconceptual art practices)
-Franziska Kabish: Perfomativity and Public spaces ( MA student, postconceptual art practices)
-Maira-Enesi Caixeta: dis-identity positions in Austria (student, postconceptual art practices)

FROM Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Institut für das künstlerische Lehramt
-Anna Graf: Walking as Artistic Performance (student, art and education)

FROM Zurich University of the Arts, Postgraduate Programm in Curating
-John Kenneth: Community engaged project in Harlem New York
-Mirjam Bayerdörfer: Involvement requires perception, exhibition project at Bärengasse Zurich
-Tenzing Barshee: Margaret Honda: Sculptures / Triangle France

26.05, 27.05, 28.05 and 29.05.2015


27.05. 2015, Wednesday
In charge from PCAP Aneta Stojnic

WHERE: Depot
Breite Gasse 3
1070 Wien

This is another collaborative project with the IKL. On 27.05. 2015 it will be students PRESENTATIONS from PCAP:
Neda Hosseinyar and Martin Weichselbaumer.


PLANNED: Symposium 24.06.2015, at IKL.

28.05.2015, Thursday
TALK CANDIDATES entry exam, second round
Grzinic, individual consultations with diploma students

29.05.2015, Friday
TALK CANDIDATES entry exam, second round

Next meeting JUNE 2015
At 14.30 until 17.00

MONDAY, JUNE 1st, at 18.00
At Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Schillerplatz 3
Mezzanin, M13a

Black/Queer Here & There: An Ethnography of an Idea

In this presentation, I will provide some broad outlines of my new work-in-progress, Black/Queer Here and There: An Ethnography of an Idea. This new work seeks to re-narrativize the meaning and significance of Black desire for political empowerment or autonomy; for fun and carefree play in the face of social suffering; and erotic desire for one another. Black/Queer Here & There traces power and differential agency in the lives and works of Black gender non-conformists and sexual minorities across borders of geography, nationality, class, gender, sexuality and citizenship – examining a variety of subjective motivations, scenes and scales.

CV: Jafari S. Allen is Associate Professor of African American Studies and Anthropology at Yale University, and works at the intersections of [queer] sexuality, gender and blackness. Allen is the author of the critical ethnography “¡Venceremos?: The Erotics of Black Self-Making in Cuba“, and editor of “Black/Queer/Diaspora – a special issue of GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies“. www.jafariallen.com

Eine Kooperation von: Gender Talk - Referat Genderforschung Universität Wien / Institute für Queer Theorie / Institut für Kunst- und Kulturwissenschaften, Netzwerk für Frauenförderung, Post-Conceptual Art Practices (Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien)

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