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Friday, 3. June 2016

PCAP Program JUNE 2016

PCAP Program JUNE 2016

1.06.2016 Wednesday Lecture organized by IKL/ Elke Gaugele and IBK/ Marina Grzinic, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

WHERE: Ort | Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Institutsgebäude, Karl-Schweighofergasse 3, 1070 Wien,3.06

Aneta Stojnic, Belgrade Liminal Bodies, (Dis)embodied Subjectivities and Technologies of Control

Abstract: This lecture is to examine the major reconfigurations introduced into the body politics and genealogies by the influence of new technologies (both of insurgency and of control). Therefore, Stojnic argues that it is neither intersectionality not assemblage, but liminality that needs to be in the center of transfeminist genealogies. She will question the meaning of the crucial shift from natural, through cultural to technological bodies in the era of the “society of control” (Deleuze) addressing the manifestations and representations of the body and the corporeal, as socio-cultural, political, psychological, physiological and virtual entities. Contesting the “post-human hype” and taking into the account the genealogy of global changes that lead to the current mass migrations, commonly known as “refugee crises” she will look at the processes of dehumanisation that precede the mechanisms of a subjugation of the other. The question that will be examined is what are the new subjectivities and embodied politics that emerge in such conditions.

CV: Dr. Aneta Stojnic is a Belgrade born theoretician, researcher and artist. Currently, she is assistant professor at the Faculty of Media and Communications (FMK, Singidunum University, Belgrade). In 2015 she was a postdoc researcher at the Academy of fine arts in Vienna, IBK, Post Conceptual Art Practices, and in 2013-14 she was a postdoctoral research-fellow at Ghent University, Faculty of Arts and Philosophy Research centre, S:PAM (Studies in Performing Arts & Media). She published a book Theory of performance in digital art: towards a new political performance (Orion Art, Belgrade, 2015) and authored a number of international publications. She collaborated with institutions and organizations such as: Tanzquartier Wien, Open Systems (Vienna), MAIZ (Linz), Les Laboratoires d'Aubervillier (Paris), Quartier21 (MQ Vienna), Dansens Hus Stockholm, Odin Teatret (Denmark), BITEF Theatre (Belgrade), TkH Walking Theory (Belgrade), October Salon (Belgrade), Pančevo Biennal, Serbia, and many others

3.06.2016, Friday

Where: EXIT at Döblergasse 2 /16 EG 1070 Vienna Opening: 3.06.2016 7pm

Aporias (exhibition) which will be held between 3.06.16 - 18.06.16 in Friday Exit Gallery, Wien. Curator: Deniz Güvensoy

6.06-8.06.2016 Diploma installment: in charge M. Hasaltay.

7.06.2016, Tuesday Ind. Meetings 14.00 to 18.00 Grzinic, office

7.06.2016 Tuesday Where: VBKÖ, Maysedergasse 2 1010 Vienna Opening at 19:00

Didto’s Amoa (Woher wir kommen) Exhibition curated by Stephanie Misa and Lawrence Lacambra Ypil

8-10.06.2016 DIPLOME JUNE 2016 DIPLOMAS from PCAP Daria Kirillova Esra Özmen

8.06. 2016, Wednesday| Where: SOHO in Ottakring Festival, Alte Milchtrinkhalle im Kongresspark - Tram 10 oder 44 bis Liebknechtgasse Tram stop: Liebknechtgasse Lines: 44 or 10 Starts at 18:30 JULISCHKA STENGELE: FETTVERTEILUNG - Tischgespräche mit Kaffee & Kuchen von Julischka Stengele mit ARGE Dicke Weiber (Malena & Christine), Kristina Kuličová, Maira Enesi Caixeta und Sara Ablinger

Julischka Stengele project with the title FETTVERTEILUNG (fat distribution), at the festival SOHO in Ottakring. It deals with the relationship between nutrition, income and gender, with a focus on fat phobia and classism. www.sohoinottakring.at

Teaser in German formulated by Julischka Stengele: Für die Arbeiterfamilie ist der Braten am Tisch ein Statussymbol, für die junge Akademikerin ist es der Verzicht auf Fleisch oder der Einkauf im Biomarkt, der ihren gesellschaftlichen Stand ausweist. Einige haben wenig Geld aber viel Speck auf den Rippen, andere können sich flache Bäuche leisten. Was hat es damit auf sich? Und: stimmt es überhaupt? So oder so: beim Thema Essen sind der erhobene Zeigefinger, das schlechte Gewissen und die Vorurteile nie weit. Referent_innen sprechen zu Themen wie Fettfeindlichkeit und Diskriminierung von dicken Personen oder den Zusammenhängen von Ernährung, Einkommen und Geschlecht. Thematische Zuckerkunstwerke sorgen dafür, dass der Genuss dabei nicht zu kurz kommt. Anschließend steht dem Publikum das Gespräch offen und alle sind herzlich eingeladen, Kuchen für die gemeinsame Tafel mitzubringen.

9.06.2016, Thursday

Where: VBKÖ, Maysedergasse 2 1010 Vienna

At 19:00

Mobile Subjects, Hybrid Histories.

Poet and essayist Lawrence Lacambra Ypil will give a brief presentation of Recollect, his ongoing writing project on the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair, where more than a thousand Filipinos were put on display as part of the Philippine exposition. He will share excerpts of his work, and talk about the role of hybrid forms in exploring cultural identity and the process of working with archival material as a form of cultural and creative collaboration. Lawrence Ypil is the author The Highest Hiding Place. He is an MFA in Nonfiction from the University of Iowa and an MFA in Poetry from the Washington University of St. Louis. He is the Writer-in-Residence at Yale-NUS, Singapore. He is the co-curator of Didto’s Amoa (Woher wir kommen) an ongoing exhibit of Filipino diasporic art which runs June 8 - Aug. 31, 2016 at VBKÖ (Vereinigung bildender Künstlerinnen Österreichs).

20.06.2016, Monday

9.30 to 12.00, ind. meetings Grzinic office

20.06.2016, Monday At 13.00

Where: PCAP (POST CONCEPTUAL ART PRACTICES) STUDY PROGRAM, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1.OG Atelier Süd (M1)

GUEST LECTURE by Petra Ponte

In this lecture Petra Ponte will talk about her curatorial practice and upcoming performative project at studio das weisse haus, A Rap on Race Revisited, for which she wants to collaborate with Vienna-based activists, artists, cultural producers and scholars. A Rap on Race (Rassenkampf-Klassenkampf. Ein Streitgespräch) between the acclaimed black novelist, essayist, playwright and social critic James Baldwin (1924-1987) and the celebrated white anthropologist and long-time curator at the American Museum of Natural History Margaret Mead (1901- 1978) will act as overture for the performative project. With A Rap on Race Revisited she aims to work and think through how the words of James Baldwin and Margaret Mead voiced on August 26- 27, 1970 in New York, can speak (again) in 2016 in Vienna, and wants to find out what frictions come into play, what unscripted conversations, feelings, thoughts and disputes would be dragged along with this revisitation.

CV: Petra Ponte is a curator and cultural producer based in Amsterdam. She holds a BA in Theatre Studies and an MA in Contemporary Art History from the University of Amsterdam. Her recent projects include: prospects. a recital (Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, 2015), I/K (Schloss Ringenberg, 2015) Opening Night Series (OAZO AIR, 2014-2015), FATFORM / FORWARD (2012-2014). From June 15 until July 17, 2016 she is curator in residence at studio das weisse haus. Organized by Muzaffer Hasaltay.

20.06.2016, Monday At 16.00

Where: PCAP (POST CONCEPTUAL ART PRACTICES) STUDY PROGRAM, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1.OG Atelier Süd (M1)

Guest Selma Doborac

Screening Those Shocking Shaking Days. Directed by Selma Doborac 88 min, 2016, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina

“Which guerilla liberation force would you join if you had the choice between two possible styles of liberation work?” reads the question posed at the very get-go of Selma Doborac’s film essay which proceeds over the course of the next 80 minutes to ask with unremitting intensity whether cinematic means can be used to represent the phenomenon war. Is this even possible given the Medusa head of war, perpetually sprouting yet another coiling aspect of the human abyss?
Who feels addressed by this question? Who knows what a person engaged by this question imagines? (Hanno Millesi)

SELMA DOBORAC, geb. 1982 in Bosnien und Herzegowina, arbeitet im Bereich des essayistischen und experimentellen Films, der Fotografie sowie der Installations- und Konzeptkunst. Ihre Arbeiten wurden weltweit auf zahlreichen Festivals, in Einzel- und Gruppenausstellungen gezeigt. Ihr Kurzfilm Es war ein Tag wie jeder andere im Frühling oder Sommer. gewann den CROSSING EUROPE Local Artist Award 2014. // Filme (Auswahl): Es war ein Tag wie jeder andere im Frühling oder Sommer. (It was a day just like any other in spring or summer., 2012, short; CE'14), Those Shocking Shaking Days (2016, doc)

Organized by Martin Weichselbaumer.

20.06.2016, Monday

At 19.00

Where: PCAP (POST CONCEPTUAL ART PRACTICES) STUDY PROGRAM, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1.OG Atelier Süd (M1)

OPENING "In the field"

project exhibition by Erasmus exchange student Saaya Hitomi In cooperation with Post-Conceptual Art Practices, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien.

OPENING HOURS: 21.06.2016 16:00-20:00 22.06.2016 16:00-20:00 23.06.2016 15:00-18:00

Saaya Hitomi new video/ installation work is related to "Women targets in the military base shooting range ". She found evidence of these targets in photographs by the German photographer Herlinde Koelb. According to her, there are women targets in military compounds in France, Germany and United States. Because of many issues, the targets are, generally and specifically in such cases, deeply ethically problematic.

CV: Saaya Hitomi is Erasmus student in Post-conceptual art practices study program (PCAP), Akbild. She is a graduate of Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan; at Inter Media Art dpt. Hitomi is born and raised in Tokyo, Japan.

20.06.2016, MONDAY

Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Post Conceptual Art Practices study program, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1. OG Atelier Süd

At 19.30 exhibition of Annie Gonzaga Lorde’ watercolors of Resistance and Black bodies Subjectivities by the artist from Bahia/ Brazil

At 20.30 talk on Diaspora Encounters " We are many and many more" with Araba Evelyn Johnston-Arthur, Annie Gonzaga Lorde, Tatiana Nascimento, Mãe Beth de Oxum, Marissa Lôbo and Njideka Stephanie Iroh

The talk derives from the complexities and contradictions of radical diasporan political subjectivities. It aims to explore how the realities of our "global" existences multiple spaces, contexts and struggles have shaped and continue to shape our liberatory imaginations.

Key Speakers: Araba Evelyn Johnston-Arthur, Mãe Beth de Oxum and Annie Gonzaga Lorde

CV Araba Evelyn Johnston-Arthur is an activist, theoretical-cultural, and community worker, organizer and co-founder of Pamoja, The Movement of the Young African Diaspora, and of the Research Group on Black Austrian History and Presence. She is currently working on her dissertation on Resistances in the African Diaspora in Austria at the historically Black Howard University in Washington DC.

CV Annie Gonzaga Lorde is activist, Black lesbian, Antiracist and decolonial grafittist, watercolorist and speaker.

CV Mãe Beth de Oxum is Brazilian percussionist who founded Ilê Axé Oxum Karê (Afro-Brazilian worship center) in the Guadalupe neighborhood in the city of Olinda in Pernambuco.The center is structured around "brincadeiras de coco" (local music rhythms) and promotes local festivals called sambadas every Saturday. Among the activities carried out there, one can mention the percussion workshops, technological appropriation from the recycling of computers, development of network communication tools, applications and gadgets for multimedia production. Ancient and contemporary knowledge blend into the space consisting of the exchange generated by visitors.

CV Marissa Lôbo, artist, activist and writer based in Vienna.

CV tatiana nascimento is poet, slammer, translator, film-maker and publisher.

CV Njideka Stephanie Iroh utilizes poetry and spoken word to form a point of departure for multilingual, cross-genre storytelling.

Exhibition with buffet.

This event takes place in the context of and in collaboration with Njideka Stephanie Iroh and Marissa Lobo’s project Bodies of Knowledge – Multiplying Marginalised Subjectivities of Utopia through Art and Storytelling. Sponsored by SHIFT 2015.

21.06.2026, Tuesday

At 14.00 PCAP meeting travel discussion program and discussion contributions book, BORDER THINKING

At 15.30 screening, preparation lecture Yuderkys Espinosa

Embrace of the Serpent, 2015, film directed by Ciro Guerra, Colombia, 120 min.

The film tells two stories, taking place in 1909 and 1940, both featuring Karamakate, an Amazonian shaman and last survivor of his tribe. He travels with two scientists, German Theodor Koch-Grunberg and American Richard Evans Schultes, to look for the rare yakruna, a sacred plant.The film is loosely inspired by the diaries written by the two scientists during their field work in the Amazon.

21.06.2026, Tuesday

At 19.00

Where: PCAP (POST CONCEPTUAL ART PRACTICES) STUDY PROGRAM, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1.OG Atelier Süd (M1)

GUEST LECTURE by Yuderkys Espinosa Miñoso

TITLE: Hacer genealogía de las prácticas del presente: Una crítica a la colonialidad de la Razón feminista desde la experiencia histórica en América Latina. [A genealogy of the practices of the present: A critique of the colonial feminist reason, coming from the historical experience in Latin America]

TRANSLATION Spanish into English by Ronja Vogl MODERATION after the lecture by Marissa Lobo


It is about responding to the key question, if we are to propose a genealogical method to be applied to the feminist field, then it translates into: How did we become the feminists who we are? What are the possible conditions that allowed feminism to believe in what it believes, to say what it says, to do what it does, in a region that is geopolitically determined by its status as a "third world" that drags along it the colonial trauma, as a condition of being what we are today.

From these questions emanate the possibility to reflect upon some key issues regarding feminism in Latin America and its history of dependency. Not a Latin American feminism but feminism in Latin America. We see that there is no universal feminism, as it is proposed by the heritage of the Eurocentric modernity. If in the statement that feminism encounters modernity, we do not encounter any surprises, nevertheless we have to ask how you can be prepared/ willing to follow it in regions of the world, where modernity reveals itself only as what it is: racist, Eurocentric, capitalist, imperialist and colonial.

Perhaps women, gender, and despised sexualities have succumbed to the idea, on the basis of theorizing and the feminist thinking that the past has always been worse for us. Maybe we could say that feminism states that our struggle can’t be anything else than modern, if it proclaims modernity as historical time that allows us to break free from it. This argument illuminates the different interests between feminism, and antiracist, anti and de-colonial fights in the region. It allows us to reveal the hidden pattern of feminist fights and its commitment to coloniality.

Coming from the proposal of a genealogy of experience I want to present coloniality, racism and the euro-centrism of the feminist reason and thus to open up the possibility to draw attention to other forms of fights and commitments that come from the margins in order to face these reason.

CV Yuderkys Espinosa Miñoso

Is a thinker, activist, writer and a lecturer, committed to radical movements’ flows against racism, (hetero) patriarchy and coloniality. She was born in an Afromestizan family and grew up in the popular neighborhoods of Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic. She used to live thirteen years as a migrant in Argentina and currently lives in Colombia. From there she mobilizes and visits the territory of Abya Yala. She is engaged in a project of political formation and development of critical, anti-racist feminist and de-colonial Latin American thinking. She adopted very early the proposal of María Lugones to develop a de-colonial feminism and ended up converting herself in one of its principal referees in America Latina. She founded and coordinated the group: Latin-American feminist studies, formation and action (GLEFAS) and coordinated the area of formation and the independent editorial”at the border”(”en la frontera”). She is candidate for a doctorate at the University of Philosophy of Buenos Aires, under the supervision of María Lugone, in order to develop a critic of the feminist reason of Latin America. She is frequently invited as a lecturer and teacher by universities, investigation centers, NGOs and activist collectives.

Her best known works are the articles: “Ethnocentrism and coloniality in Latin-American feminism: complicity and consolidation of feminist hegemonies in the transnational space” (2009); “The challenge of the Latin-American feminism in the actual context” (2010): The future is already past: a critic of the idea of progress in the narrations of the liberation of sex-gender and queer identities in Abya Yala (2015); and her book: Writings by a dark lesbian (2007). She also coordinated various publications: Critical approximations at the theoretical political practices of the Latin-American feminism (2010). With Karina Ochoa and Diana Gómez she edited the book: Weaving from “another world”: feminism, epistemology and de-colonial stakes in Abya Yala (2014)

CV Ronja Vogl, born 1978 in Berlin, lives and works in Vienna and Mexico City, considers herself as a world citizen. Main focuses of her artistic work: migration, refuge/escape, critical analysis of society processes. www.ronjavogl.com

CV Marissa Lobo, artist, activist and writer based in Vienna.

Presentation done in the context of and in collaboration with Njideka Stephanie Iroh and Marissa Lobo project "Bodies of Knowledge" – Multiplying Marginalized Subjectivities of Utopia through Art and Storytelling. Sponsored by SHIFT 2015.

22 June 2016, Wednesday AT 17.00 OPENING EXHIBITION DIPLOME WORKS 15|16 Opening speech: Rektorin Eva Blimlinger xhibit, Hauptgebäude

The exhibition is on view TUESDAY to SUNDAY from 14.00 to 18.00.

23.06.2016, Thursday

At 19.00 Where| Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1. OG Atelier Süd

Screening and talk with artist and filmmaker belit sağ

Title: Do fictive images have tangible consequences? [Fiktif imajlar somut sonuclar doğurabilirmi?] belit sağ will talk about overarching themes in her video practice, such as images of violence and violence of images. She will also talk about the censorship of her recent video Ayhan and Me (2016) in Turkey. Moderated by Betül Küpeli and Cana Bilir-Meier Languages: English &Turkish

CV’s: belit sağ is a videographer and visual artist from Turkey, based in Amsterdam. She recently finished a residency program at International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York. During 2014-2015 she was in residency at Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten. She studied mathematics in Turkey, and art in The Netherlands. Her video background is rooted in alternative video-activist/artist groups in Ankara and Istanbul, where she co-initiated groups such as VideA, Karahaber, and Videoccupy. sağ’s work has been exhibited, amongst others, in EYE Film Institute, Rotterdam International Film Festival (The Netherlands), Tütün Deposu, Documentarist Documentary Days (Turkey), Oberhausen Short Film Festival ( Germany), DMZ Documentary Festival (Korea), CEAC (China).

Betül Shayma Küpeli studied Architecture. She is currently enrolled in the Post Conceptual Art Practices Study Program at Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Lives and works in Vienna.

Cana Bilir-Meier, lives and works in Vienna, she is filmmaker, cultural producer, author and curator. Studied Art and Education. She is currently enrolled in the Art and digital media class at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.

Event organized by the PCAP (Post Conceptual Art Practices Study Program) and Art and Digital Media Class, at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.

30.06. 2016, Thursday starts at 18.00 WHERE: Galerie Michaela Stock, Schleifmühlgasse 18, 1040 Vienna


18 h | PERFORMANCE | Vlasta Delimar (HR) | The Right to Orgasm in the '60s 19 h | PANEL DISCUSSION | The struggle with the meaning of masculinity | Marina Grzinic (SI), Bariaa Mourad (L), Ursula Maria Probst (A) 20 h | PERFORMANCE | Nina Kamenjarin (HR) | Shave off 21 h | PERFORMANCE | Siniša Labrović (HR) | Birth of Man party: Wednesday, June 29, 6 pm

1.07.2016 FRIDAY 10.00-12.00 ceremony diploma

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