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PCAP Program November 2016


PCAP Program NOVEMBER 2016

November 1, 2016, Tuesday
Holiday

November 7, 2016, Monday
At 16.00
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)
Meeting with new student and discussion on projects presentation at RUNDGANG 2017. Also work on the editing visuals from the research travel San Sebastian.
In charge: Muzaffer Hasaltay.

At 18.00
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

Film proposal by Betül Küpeli, presentation and discussion afterwards
REMAKE, REMIX, RIP-OFF, a.k.a. Motör
(Turkish: Motör: Kopya Kültürü ve Popüler Türk Sinemasi)
Directed by Cem Kaya, Doc. / 2014 / 96 min.
Remake, Remix, Rip-Off does for Turkish popular cinema what Machete Maiden’s Unleashed! (2010) did for its Philippines equivalent. In other words it celebrates a national cinema that, over a specific time period, produced a mind-bogglingly large number of insane cheap movies. The period most specifically featured covers the mid 60’s to the mid 80’s, which in all honesty remains the golden age of the B-movie generally around the world. The name of this film comes from the fact that Turkey is a country that does not recognize international copyright laws and this consequently led to film-makers producing movies in a, shall we say, ‘unique’ manner. There were Turkish versions of, amongst others, Star Wars, Superman, The Wizard of Oz, Rambo, Rocky, Star Trek and E.T.
Betül Küpeli is a student mentor WS 2016.

November 9, 2016, Wednesday

At 17.00
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

Reflection post- San Sebastian, PCAP research travel 2016.

At 18.00
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

Presentation new students:
Julian Ebner

Erasmus students’ presentation:
Ipek Burçak
Paula Doherty
Lei Tiantian

November 10, 2016, Thursday
13.00 to 17.00 individual meetings
Grzinic, office, contact me for the meeting.

At 18.00
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

Presentation work for diploma January 2017 and student presentations.
Christian Gangl

November 11, 2016, Friday
14.00 to 17.00
WHERE: PCAP space at Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1 OG Atelier Süd (M1)
Screenings, reading, discussion

READING a text by Salvini, English/German
to be found here:
transversal.at
transversal.at

November 11, 2016, Friday
The Illegality of Freedom

Where Aula, Main Building
18.00 h – 18.30 h Welcome
Participants | Milica Tomić, Marina Gržinić, Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei, Lidija Radojević, Elke Krasny, Nenad Romić aka Marcell Mars, Jelena Vesić, Jelena Petrović, Karen Mirza, Brad Butler and Övül Ö. Durmusoglu.
Concept | Jelena Petrović

18.30 h – 20.00 h The Illegality of Freedom
Lecture performance by Milica Tomić

A2 workshop from 18.00 to 21.00, taking part in the presentation inside The Illegality of Freedom.

Saturday, November 12th (Room M13, main Building AkBild)
9.30 h – 11.30 h What Does Freedom Stand for Today?
Marina Gržinić (artist, philosopher and Univ.-Prof. PhD., Institute of Fine Arts, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna): What Freedom?
Lidija Krienzer-Radojević (PhD candidate, The University of Art and Design Linz): Shifting the Locality of Neoliberalism
Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei (philologist, and director of The Department of Eagles Tirana, co-director of punctum books and editor/advisor of The New World Summit): New World Summit
11.30 h – 12.00 h Break
12.00 h – 14.00 h The Politics of Resistance by Other Means
Elke Krasny (curator, urban researcher and Univ.-Prof. PhD., Institute for Education in the Arts Academy of Fine Arts Vienna): Unsettling Resistance
Jelena Vesić (freelance curator and writer, researcher at Haus der Kunst, Munich): On Bafflement: The Universal Right To Baffle
Nenad Romić aka Marcell Mars (free software advocate, artist/hacker, Zagreb): Public Library Memory of the World
14.00h – 15.00h Lunch break
15.00h – 17.00h Art and Resistance Beyond the Social Utopia
Jelena Petrović (Univ.-Prof. PhD., Institute for Art and Cultural Studies, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna): Towards Another Singularity
Karen Mirza and Brad Butler (artists, filmmakers and co-founders of no.w.here London): The Museum of Non Participation: Resisting The (Act)ual
Övül Ö. Durmusoglu (freelance curator and writer Berlin and Istanbul, director/curator of YAMA Public Screen, Istanbul): When the world needs togetherness

November 14, 2016, Monday

11.00 to 13.00
WHERE: PCAP space at Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1 OG Atelier Süd (M1)
Screening, reading, discussion

READING a text by Salvini, English/German
to be found here:
transversal.at
transversal.at
14.00 to 17.00
WHERE: PCAP space at Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1 OG Atelier Süd (M1)
Diplome and student presentations:
YeLa An
Martin Weichselbaumer

As well A2 workshop from 14.00 to 17.00.

November 14, 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)

Artist talk by Grethell Rasúa (Havana, Cuba)
Title: Beyond of the metaphor. The utility sense in six artworks from Cuba

“Generally I work with the reformulation of judgments of aesthetic, ethical and economic values: with what we understand culturally as good or bad, right or not, the way we perceive the beauty or ugliness of things. I use various means of expression and documentation: performance, objects, jewelry, photography, video, environment, site specific, drawings and installations, as evidence of human activity on the context in which I live.” - Grethell Rasúa

CV: Grethell Rasúa has graduated from the Cátedra de Arte de Conducta a project by Tania Bruguera and the University of the Arts (ISA) in 2009. She is a visual artist who has done
curatorial projects and works currently as a professor at the National Academy of Fine Arts, Havana. She has had numerous exhibitions in museums, galleries,
cultural centers, private residences, universities, biennials and video festivals in
different countries.

This presentation is possible thanks to the Artists-in-Residence program of the Austrian Federal Chancellery and KulturKontakt Austria.

Organized by Marina Grzinic, Post Conceptual Study Program (IBK).

Following by the presentation
of NG Chor Guan
Title: Archive the Future

Being a Music Composer,NG Chor Guan has been trained by learning musical instruments since 3 and half years old. He realised the most powerful of the music is actually coming from Sound. Sound not only archive the past, but it shows the future.

C.V.
Ng Chor Guan is a Malaysian composer, creator, sound designer, active thereminist, improviser, educator, artistic director and co-founder of TOCCATA studio. His artistic vision is forward and transformative, featured works include: Space Age (2010-2013), a space-transformative interdisciplinary performance, and Mobile Phone Orchestra (2011).Guan has also created original works and performed the theremin in more than 30 cities across the world in varying forms of collaboration.His recent and ongoing project, ‘2020’, is a five years initiative with a focus on multidisciplinary performance featuring ideas of change and time travel.

This presentation is possible thanks to the Artists-in-Residence program of the Austrian Federal Chancellery and KulturKontakt Austria.

Organized by Marina Grzinic, Post Conceptual Study Program (IBK).

November 15, 2016, Tuesday

At 10.00
Individual meetings, Grzinic, office

11.00-13.00
WHERE: PCAP space at Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1 OG Atelier Süd (M1)
Rundgang, preparation, technical needs, discussion space organization, performances and screening.

13.00 to 15.00
Student presentation:
Irene Wallner
Aydar Bekchintaev

November 15, 2016, Tuesday

16.00 to 18.00
WHERE: PCAP (POST CONCEPTUAL ART PRACTICES) STUDY PROGRAM,
Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien,
1 OG Atelier Süd (M1)

Artist talks by
Bojan Djordjev and
Anka Leśniak

Bojan Djordjev (Belgrade, Serbia)
Title: Conditions for/of collective thinking

Bojan Djordjev is performance maker from Belgrade, educated in theatre and art theory in Belgrade and Amsterdam. As an artist he is interested in indiscipline text/language based performance and performative potentials of theory. Apart from Belgrade, his works have been shown in Berlin, Brussels, Amsterdam, New York, Vienna, Zurich, Zagreb, Rijeka, Ljubljana, and etc. One of the co-founders of TkH – Walking Theory theoretical and artistic platform and journal for performing arts theory, Belgrade. His recent works revolve around finding artistic and theatrical public formats for Marxist thought as well as research into artistic heritage of the Left in Yugoslavia and elsewhere. In spring of 2016 he took a trip to Buenos Aires on a cargo ship in order to study intricate choreography of world trade.

Anka Leśniak (Łódź, Poland)
Title: Invisible inVisible. Site-specific artworks on abandoned houses

Anka Leśniak’s most recent project Invisible inVisible comprises works that draw on biographies of women disconnected from history’ – as the artist defines her protagonists. Leśniak focusses on ambiguous figures, recognized in their times in their cities, areas, regions; yet their biographies are somewhat “tainted,” which denies them a firm place among figures commemorated in monuments.

CV: Anka Leśniak concentrates on the role of women in history and art history. Graduate in art history from the University of Łódź (2003) and the Faculty of Visual Education (currently Faculty of Visual Arts) at the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź, Poland (degree with honors, 2004). In 2013 she began her PhD studies at the Faculty of Sculpture and Intermedia of the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. Participant in more than 80 individual and group shows in Poland and internationally.
The presentations are possible thanks to the Artists-in-Residence program of the Austrian Federal Chancellery and KulturKontakt Austria.

Organized by Marina Grzinic, Post Conceptual Study Program (IBK).

November 15, 2016, Tuesday
At 19.00
Where: Sammlung Friedrichshof STADTRAUM, Schleifmühlgasse 6 / im Hof, 1040 Wien
LECTURE: YASUMASA MORIMURA – My Art, My Story, My Art History
In an hour-long lecture Yasumasa Morimura gives an insight into his work, his influences and working processes, and provides an interesting perspective on post war Japanese society and art.

November 21, 2016, Monday

At 17.00
WHERE: PCAP space at Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1 OG Atelier Süd (M1)

Screening and talk afterwards:

The Land Between, a film by David Fedele
Australia 2014, documentary, 78 minutes. English subtitles.

The Land Between offers an intimate insight into the hidden and desperate lives of Sub-Saharan African migrants living in the mountains of northern Morocco. For most, their dream is to enter Europe by jumping a highly-militarised barrier into Melilla, a Spanish enclave on the African continent. With unique and unprecedented access, this film documents the everyday life of these migrants trapped in limbo, as well as the extreme violence and constant mistreatment they face from both the Moroccan and Spanish authorities. It also explores many universal questions, including how and why people are prepared to risk everything, including their life, to leave their country, their family and friends, in search of a new and better life.

Film proposed by Martin Rudlet, Erasmus plus program exchange at the Academy.
After the screening debate moderated by Martin Rudlet.

November 28, 2016, Monday

16.00-18.00
WHERE: PCAP space at Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1 OG Atelier Süd (M1)

Screenings, reading, discussion

READING a text by Salvini, English/German
to be found here:
transversal.at
transversal.at
November 28, 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)

Guest lecture by Regina Wuzella (Vienna/Berlin)

Title: Re-visiting Space – (cinematographic) mappings of Tsé Biiʼ Ndzisgaii
Monument Valley (Navajo: Tsé Biiʼ Ndzisgaii) is a region of the Colorado Plateau located on the Arizona–Utah border in the US. The valley lies within the range of the Navajo Nation Reservation. Monument Valley has been featured in many forms of media since the 1930s. The valley has defined what decades of moviegoers think of when they imagine the American West.

Lecture in German language. Discussion afterwards in German and English.

CV: Regina Wuzella is since 2015 free cultural worker and PhD candidate. She studied Film-and Media Studies and Post-Conceptual Art Practices in Vienna and Paris. She continued her post graduate Studies in Media Culture at Bauhaus-University Weimar and UC Berkeley, CA. In the period 2010– 2012 she was Junior Fellow at IKKM – Weimar, Bauhaus-University. From 2012 to 2015 she was scientific employee at FAU-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg at the Department of Theater-, Film- and Media Studies.

As well B3 workshop.

Lecture organized by Marina Grzinic, Post Conceptual Study Program (IBK).

November 29, 2016, Tuesday

At 10.00 until 12.00
ind. meetings, Grzinic office

At 12.00 to 14.00
WHERE: PCAP space at Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1 OG Atelier Süd (M1)
Rundgang technical list, space logics.

At 14.00 meeting book Border Thinking final proposals

November 29, 2016, Tuesday
At 15.00 to 18.00
WHERE: PCAP space at Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1 OG Atelier Süd (M1)
Screenings, reading, discussion

READING a text by Salvini, English/German
to be found here:
transversal.at
transversal.at
FINALE
November 29, 2016, 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 Khaled Ramadan (Lebanon)

Title: The Panache of Artivism within the Imperial Cultural Narrative of the Middle East

Khaled Ramadan
 is Artivist, Filmmaker, Curator and Art Writer. Currently, director of Bait Muzna Center for Art Film, Oman. Ramadan’s professional areas of expertise are the history of art and visual culture, investigative aesthetics, constructed media, and documentary filmmaking. For the past decade his work has navigated the fields of art research, theory and practice, with a particular emphasis on the topic of informational aesthetics. Far from the traditional methodology of filmmaking, Ramadan’s specialized approach is that of a transformative archivist; his work presents an unexpected arrangement and exploration of visual and geographical mapmaking that is committed to bringing about social equality, representation, and memory in relation to history. Ramadan’s film practice has been most inspired by Lev Manovich’s book The Language of New Media. Manovich’s theories indicate how the re-conceptualization of filmmaking can function as a tool to understand the power relations existing between film critic, media, contemporary art, and visual culture. Ramadan’s scope is to record the invisible, to span neglected history in a non-journalistic fashion, as an archivist or révélateur.
Ramadan participated in numerous projects, among others in Be-diversity, MUSE di Trento, Italy 2015; A Room of His Own, The Artsonje Center Seoul 2014; Overflow, The Politics of Water, Kumho Museum of Art, Seoul 2014; The Maldives Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale 2013; Manifesta 8, Spain; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid; KW Berlin, Germany; frei_raum Q21 exhibition space, Vienna 2016. In 2009 Al-Jazeera TV produced a documentary about Ramadan’s work and activities. Khaled Ramadan: Lebanon
Lecture organized by Marina Grzinic, Post Conceptual Study Program (IBK) and Walter Seidl, curator, Vienna.

Ramadan will make a final point on the research travel by PCAP in Spain in 2016.

Next PCAP meeting 5.12.2016
Film screening and presentation by Yosef-Joseph-Yaakov Dadoune, Tel Aviv, Israel



 
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