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PCAP Program May 2017


May 1, 2017
MAYDAY

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

At 15.00 to 18.00
Where: Post-Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP), Atelierhaus, Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Vienna, 1. OG Atelier Süd (M1)
Presentation works, students PCAP
Maira-Enesi Caixeta
Grace Marta Latigo
Robert Jolly

Wednesday, May 3, 2017
10.00-11.00 ind. Meetings, Grzinic office

Monday, May 8, 2017

At 10.00
Where: Post-Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP), Atelierhaus, Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Vienna, 1. OG Atelier Süd (M1)
3 blocks, each time Monday-Tuesday; always from 10.00 to 14.00
8.‒9. May, 15.‒16. May and 22.‒23. May 2017

WORKSHOP
“Animation Techniques Workshop: Thinking through animation the decolonial and queer realities” by Pablo Toulouse (as well WORKSHOP B3)
First meeting: 8. May 2017 at 10.00

Pablo Toulouse with a focus on resistance and subculture on one side and the whole topic of research on queer identity, and postcolonial constructions on the other will provide a workshop for everybody at the academy how to use animation as a tool and weapon of mass and counter culture strategies. The workshop is in three blocks in May 2017. The first block is about basic animation techniques together with a short introductory history of animation with a specific focus on animation in political and social movements and animation as a tool of resistance. The second block will be dedicated to traditional animation techniques, chosen for the reason that these techniques are easy to learn and understand and they have very small costs of production. The third and last block will be the production of a short animation film developed by the whole group that took part of the workshop. It will have a strong point on how to create platforms and strategies that allow a self-organized group of people to create and produce animations
Required previous knowledge: none
For registration or any question, contact student mentor PCAP for the artist in residence Cecilia Tasso (cecilia.tasso@outlook.com)

Monday, May 8, 2017

18.00 is the NIGHT school
Where: Volkskundemuseum Wien Laudongasse 15-19, 1080 Wien

The lecture/seminar organized by NIGHT SCHOOL www.nightschool.at The classroom remains the most radical space of possibility (bell hooks)
Die Night School ist eine experimentelle Abendschule, in der von minoritären und marginalisierten, rebellischen und verletzlichen Positionen aus gedacht, gelehrt und gelernt wird. Diese kleine Schule öffnet jede Woche ihre Türen, um sich in hegemoniale Wissensregime einzumischen.

Night school speakers on Monday, May 8: Michelle Mattiuzzi

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

At 10.00
Where: Post-Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP), Atelierhaus, Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Vienna, 1. OG Atelier Süd (M1)
3 blocks, each time Monday-Tuesday; always from 10.00 to 14.00
8.‒9. May, 15.‒16. May and 22.‒23. May 2017

WORKSHOP
“Animation Techniques Workshop: Thinking through animation the decolonial and queer realities” by Pablo Toulouse (as well WORKSHOP B3)
Pablo Toulouse with a focus on resistance and subculture on one side and the whole topic of research on queer identity, and postcolonial constructions on the other will provide a workshop for everybody at the academy how to use animation as a tool and weapon of mass and counter culture strategies. The workshop is in three blocks in May 2017.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017
At 18.00
Where: Post-Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP), Atelierhaus, Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Vienna, 1. OG Atelier Süd (M1)

Screening Beyond Citizen Kane (1993, 105 min), proposed by Camila Rhodi, student mentor, summer semester 2017 in PCAP. Rhodi will present the film and moderate the discussion.
Beyond Citizen Kane (1993) is a British documentary film directed by Simon Hartog, first broadcast on Channel 4 that investigate the power of TV in Brazil, and the power of TV Globo in particular. Beyond Citizen Kane is partly a history of TV in Brazil; partly an examination of Globo’s innovations and its cultural power; partly a revelation of how that cultural power was used to support successive right-wing regimes.
Rhodi states that it makes a connection to the Uncensored program by PCAP, as the documentary was censored in Brazil. It also makes connections with the program of the Night School.

Monday, May 15, 2017
At 10.00
Where: Post-Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP), Atelierhaus, Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Vienna, 1. OG Atelier Süd (M1)
3 blocks, each time Monday-Tuesday; always from 10.00 to 14.00
8.‒9. May, 15.‒16. May and 22.‒23. May 2017

WORKSHOP
“Animation Techniques Workshop: Thinking through animation the decolonial and queer realities” by Pablo Toulouse (as well WORKSHOP B3)
Pablo Toulouse with a focus on resistance and subculture on one side and the whole topic of research on queer identity, and postcolonial constructions on the other will provide a workshop for everybody at the academy how to use animation as a tool and weapon of mass and counter culture strategies. The workshop is in three blocks in May 2017.

Monday, May 15, 2017
18.00 is the NIGHT school (as well workshop A2)
Where: Volkskundemuseum Wien Laudongasse 15-19, 1080 Wien
www.nightschool.at

TITEL: Der Zusammenhang zwischen Hip Hop Migration und Gangsta Rap
Die Lehrveranstaltung stellt eine Verbindung her von Hip Hop, Migration und Gangsta Rap.
Partizipation:
EsRAP
Betül Seyma Küpeli

Gäste
Njideka
Kutlu Yurtseven (MICROPHONE MAFIA), Köln

Wir diskutieren über die Frage von Rassismus, ausgedrückt nicht nur im Wort, sondern genauso durch Gesten und Blicke, und formulieren eine klare anti-rassistische Haltung.
Wir benutzen Sprachen im Plural, um die Sprache als Instrument der Macht zu verstehen und den Imperativ der Integration zu diskutieren.

Die Wiener Rapperin Esra Özmen, besser bekannt als EsRAP, singt dazu:
Österreich bildet fein uns zu Tschuschen aus,
Rassismus hat man auch in Gesten und Blicken drauf,
Versteckt im System, damit es keiner checkt,
Sprache als MACHT, INTEGRATIONSPAKET

Njideka wird ihre Spoken Word Performance mit dem Titel A Diva’s Dish: Spoken Word and Utopia in a time of Wokeness and the Hashtags of Radicalisation präsentieren.

Die Veranstaltung wird von der Postkonzeptionellen Kunstpraxis (PCAP) unterstützt, einem Studiengang an der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien ist. PCAP bildet eine Plattform für die Diskussion verschiedenster Themen von Kunst, Kultur und Politik. PCAP besteht auf einer Praxis aus trans-feministischen und migrantischen Positionen und für eine community-basierte Bildungsarbeit.

SPRACHEN: Deutsch, Englisch, Türkisch

KONTEXT:

Betül Seyma Küpeli (Dipl.Ing) geboren 1987 in Wien, studierte Architektur an der Technischen Universität Wien. Ihre Diplomarbeit beschäftigte sich mit dem Thema „Flüchtlingspolitik und räumliche Strategien in Österreich“. Ihre Arbeit beinhaltet städtebauliche Ansätze in Bezug auf Leerstandsnutzungen, bau- und planungsrechtliche Inhalte, die hinterfragt und bearbeitet werden. Seit 2014 studiert sie Post - Konzeptuelle Kunst an der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien. Sie hat sowohl organisatorisch als auch kuratorisch an Projekten mitgewirkt. Dazu zählen Architekturworkshops, Performance mit Künstlergruppen und Videoarbeiten. Unter anderem beschäftigt sie sich mit Themen wie, gesellschafts-politische und sozio-kulturelle Verhältnisse im hardcore- neoliberalen Kapitalismus, urbane Substanz/Raum/öffentlicher Raum und ihre Aneignung bzw. ein anderes Verständnis von Stadt(-politik), die Beziehung zwischen Gesellschaft und Geschichte und Migration&Asyl.

Esra Özmen aka EsRAP ( 21.Juni 1990 in Wien) ist eine Rapperin, bildende Künstlerin, Performerin, Songwriter, Kulturarbeiterin, Workshopleiterin in Rap/Gesang/Reimen/Texten. Sie absolvierte ihr Studium 2016 an der Akademie der bildenden Künste an der postkonzeptuelle Kunstklasse.

In ihren Projekten zeigt EsRAP, wie mit einem Medium wie Rap auf politische und gesellschaftliche Problemstellungen reagiert und Widerstand geleistet werden und wie man/Frau sich Gehör verschaffen kann. „Ist Rap die Stimme des Subalternen? Wer definiert sich als subaltern? Wer kategorisiert dich als subaltern? Sind Migrant_innen subaltern? Sind wir uns überhaupt bewusst, dass wir in bestimmte Teile kategorisiert werden?“ Im Zentrum stehen politische Aspekte, wichtige Punkte dabei sind: Migration, Bildung und Freiheit. Themenstellungen sind: die Frage nach meiner Idenität; Sprache und Rassismus im System; Rap als Widerstand; Bedeutung von Hip-Hop; Hip-Hop mehr als Musik; Genderfragen; Rap als Bewegung; Frausein in der Hip-Hop-Szene; der eigenen Geschichte bewusst sein in Bezug auf die Migrationsgeschichte.

Njideka ist eine in London geborene Schwarze österreichische Dichterin, Künstlerin und Aktivistin. In einer Kombination aus Spoken Word, Performance und Vorträgen behandelt sie Themen wie Sprache, Macht(verhältnisse), Dekolonisierung, Afrofuturismus und die Verkörperung von Wissen. Seit 2006 wird ihre politische Arbeit geprägt in der Beteiligung an und in der Zusammenarbeit mit (trans)nationalen Schwarzen, POC und migrantischen Selbstorganisationen. Njidekas Inspiration für Poesie liegt unter anderem in der Überlieferung von Afrikanischer Oral His_Her_Our_story (Geschichte/n, die mündlich überliefert werden) und teilt so Rhythmus, Reim und Wissen, über das geschriebene Wort hinaus, mit. Sie ist Mitgestalterin und Co-Kuratorin des Projektes Bodies of Knowledge - Multiplying Marginalised Subjectivities of Utopia through Art and Storytelling, das von SHIFT 2015 gefördert wurde.

Kutlu Yurtseven ist Rapper der legendären Microphone Mafia und Streetworker. Die Microphone Mafia gehört heute zu den Veteranen des deutschen HipHop. Rossario Pennino und Kutlu Yurtseven haben die Band 1989 mit zwei Schulfreunden gegründet. Seitdem haben sie für Gewerkschaften gespielt, sich immer wieder gegen Rassismus eingesetzt und stehen seit 2009 regelmäßig mit der Auschwitz-Überlebenden Esther Bejarano auf der Bühne—und verbinden dabei Rap in drei Sprachen mit jiddischen Partisanenliedern. Im Jahr 2016 sangen die 91-jährige Esther Bejarano, Rapper Kutlu Yurtseven und Joram, der Sohn von Esther Bejarano, bei einem Treffen der Europäischen Linken.

Kutlu Yurtseven hat sich, genau wie Vassilis Tsianos, immer wieder überlegt, Deutschland zu verlassen. Die unsäglichen Fragen, woher man kommt, wieso man so gut Deutsch spricht – sie können einem schnell zu viel werden. Aber Kutlu Yurtseven bleibt in Deutschland und versucht aufzuklären – mit Rap, mit Schulunterricht.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017
At 10.00
Where: Post-Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP), Atelierhaus, Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Vienna, 1. OG Atelier Süd (M1)
3 blocks, each time Monday-Tuesday; always from 10.00 to 14.00
8.‒9. May, 15.‒16. May and 22.‒23. May 2017

WORKSHOP
“Animation Techniques Workshop: Thinking through animation the decolonial and queer realities” by Pablo Toulouse (as well WORKSHOP B3)
Pablo Toulouse with a focus on resistance and subculture on one side and the whole topic of research on queer identity, and postcolonial constructions on the other will provide a workshop for everybody at the academy how to use animation as a tool and weapon of mass and counter culture strategies. The workshop is in three blocks in May 2017.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017
At 14.00 to 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)
Diploma presentations (June 2017)
Verena Melgarejo Weinandt
Christian Gangl

Tuesday 16, May 2017
At 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)

Artists talks Lina Albrikiene (Lithuania) and Olson Lamaj (Albania)

Organized by Post Conceptual Study Program (IBK).
The presentations are possible thanks to the Artists-in-Residence program of the Austrian Federal Chancellery and KulturKontakt Austria.

Lina Albrikiene (Lithuania)

Title: Exploring Individual and Collective Memory

Lina Albrikiene is going to present her video and installation works by exploring personal and collective memory.

CV: Lina Albrikiene (b. 1984) is artist based in Vilnius (LT). From 2002‒2009 she was studying photography and media art at the Art Academy of Vilnius. During her studies she started working on memory issues that influenced her conceptual approach toward video, installation and photography. In 2011 Albrikiene got the Ministry of Culture Grand Prize for the young artist debut. The same year the artist was announced as the Grand Prize Winner at the “Young European Creators’ biennial” (Paris). At the moment Lina Albrikiene lives in Vienna doing her artist in residence program at Kultur Kontakt Austria.

Olson Lamaj (Albania)

Title: How Stars are Born?

Olson Lamaj will present some of his works that investi¬gate social and political issues related both to contemporary life in Albania and to more universal questions in the region. The coming from an ex-communist country has influenced his work that deals with political aspect of everyday life. In small and isolated countries the nationalistic debate has a big impact not only on life but even in shaping the landscape of the city. Lamaj will try to present the impact of political power in building new monuments or dealing with the past communist heritage.

CV: Olson Lamaj (b. 1985) is an Albanian artist living and working in Tirana. His work investigates social and political issues related both to contemporary life in Albania and to more universal and timeless systems of meaning extending beyond immediate conditions. As one of the co-founders of MIZA Gallery in Tirana, Lamaj’s own experience as an artist has been related to the establishment of artistic spaces and institutions in Tirana. Lamaj’s projects emphasize the semiotic oversaturation – and the mysterious, almost mystical qualities – of
objects and images related to political ideologies of various kinds. His artworks function as a collective mythography of the present, laying the groundwork for the projection and creation of new myths.

Monday, May 22, 2017

At 10.00
Where: Post-Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP), Atelierhaus, Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Vienna, 1. OG Atelier Süd (M1)
3 blocks, each time Monday-Tuesday; always from 10.00 to 14.00
8.‒9. May, 15.‒16. May and 22.‒23. May 2017

WORKSHOP
“Animation Techniques Workshop: Thinking through animation the decolonial and queer realities” by Pablo Toulouse (as well WORKSHOP B3)
Pablo Toulouse with a focus on resistance and subculture on one side and the whole topic of research on queer identity, and postcolonial constructions on the other will provide a workshop for everybody at the academy how to use animation as a tool and weapon of mass and counter culture strategies. The workshop is in three blocks in May 2017.

Monday, May 22, 2017
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)
Diploma presentation (June 2017)
Joanna Wilk

Monday, May 22, 2017
18.00 is the NIGHT school (as well workshop A2)
Where: Volkskundemuseum Wien Laudongasse 15-19, 1080 Wien

The lecture/seminar organized by NIGHT SCHOOL www.nightschool.at The classroom remains the most radical space of possibility (bell hooks)
Die Night School ist eine experimentelle Abendschule, in der von minoritären und marginalisierten, rebellischen und verletzlichen Positionen aus gedacht, gelehrt und gelernt wird. Diese kleine Schule öffnet jede Woche ihre Türen, um sich in hegemoniale Wissensregime einzumischen.

Night school speaker on Monday, May 22: Sônia Guajajara

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

At 10.00
Where: Post-Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP), Atelierhaus, Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Vienna, 1. OG Atelier Süd (M1)
3 blocks, each time Monday-Tuesday; always from 10.00 to 14.00
8.‒9. May, 15.‒16. May and 22.‒23. May 2017

WORKSHOP
“Animation Techniques Workshop: Thinking through animation the decolonial and queer realities” by Pablo Toulouse (as well WORKSHOP B3)
Pablo Toulouse with a focus on resistance and subculture on one side and the whole topic of research on queer identity, and postcolonial constructions on the other will provide a workshop for everybody at the academy how to use animation as a tool and weapon of mass and counter culture strategies. The workshop is in three blocks in May 2017.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

At 14.00
Where: Post-Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP), Atelierhaus, Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Vienna, 1. OG Atelier Süd (M1)
Presentations
Mathias Kropfitsch (MA in critical studies)
Pato Wiesauer (student presentation)

Tuesday 23, May 2017
At 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)

Artists talks Gemma Anderson (United Kingdom) and Zun Ei Phyu (Myanmar)

Organized by Marina Grzinic, Post Conceptual Study Program (IBK).
The presentations are possible thanks to the Artists-in-Residence program of the Austrian Federal Chancellery and KulturKontakt Austria.

Gemma Anderson (United Kingdom)

Title: Drawing as a way of knowing for art and science

This talk presents drawing as a way of knowing for art and science through the development and dissemination of drawing practices that extend understanding of, and engagement with, the diversity of natural form. Led by drawing practice, the approach encompasses a set of experimental methods including interdisciplinary collaboration, museum collection study and workshop design, often within the context of scientific institutions like the Natural History Museum. This artistic research has contributed to the development of two interlinked bodies of artistic research (and two new terms and practices) ‘Isomorphology’: the observational study of the shared forms and symmetries of animal, mineral and vegetable species, and ‘Isomorphogenesis’: the systematic representation of dynamic form through drawing.

CV: Gemma Anderson studied Fine Art Printmaking at the Royal College of Art and Falmouth University. She has collaborated on a number of innovative art/science projects including ‘Hidden Geometries’ with the Mathematics Department at Imperial College London; ‘Isomorphology’ and the ‘Cornwall Morphology and Drawing Centre’ with the Natural History Museum, London; and ‘Portraits: Patients and Psychiatrists’ (Wellcome Trust Arts Award 2009) in collaboration with psychiatrists and patients at Bethlem Royal Hospital. She completed a PhD in Arts at the University of the Arts London in 2015 and is currently a research fellow at the University of Exeter and associate Lecturer in Drawing at Falmouth University. Her book Drawing as a Way of Knowing in Art and Science (Intellect Press 2017) will be launched September 2017.

Zun Ei Phyu (Myanmar)

Title: Introduction to Myanmar and Myanmar contemporary art scene

Zun Ei Phyu will give an intro what is Myanmar contemporary arts and how Myanmar artists have to survive and learn for many perspectives of arts.

CV: Zun Ei Phyu is visual artist from Yangon, Myanmar. Since 2008 she works with installations, paper cutting transparent sheet painting and light projection (playing with shadows) and sometime as well with performance. She is a Medical Doctor working 2 a week at Charity Clinic, practicing as well art. She has been in several art residencies, among others in Japan (Tokyo), Indonesia (Ubud on Bali) and Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur). She took part in many international art exhibitions and festivals in Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, etc., exploring different culture and socio-economic conditions in different places.

Monday, May 29, 2017

at 10.00
Where: Post-Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP), Atelierhaus, Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Vienna, 1. OG Atelier Süd (M1)

PCAP installment exhibition 30.05 at 17.00, even with presentations and talks

Hypermigrationculture: my education is your culturation!

Presentation of students’ animation works from the workshop by Pablo Toulouse and exhibition of students’ new projects at Post-Conceptual Art Practices

At 14.00
Where: Post-Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP), Atelierhaus, Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Vienna, 1. OG Atelier Süd (M1)
Presentations
Martin Weixelbaumer (diploma 2017/18)
Mehrnoosh Roshanaei (Erasmus exchange student)

18.00 is the NIGHT school (as well workshop A2)
Where: Volkskundemuseum Wien Laudongasse 15-19, 1080 Wien

The lecture/seminar organized by NIGHT SCHOOL www.nightschool.at The classroom remains the most radical space of possibility (bell hooks)
Die Night School ist eine experimentelle Abendschule, in der von minoritären und marginalisierten, rebellischen und verletzlichen Positionen aus gedacht, gelehrt und gelernt wird. Diese kleine Schule öffnet jede Woche ihre Türen, um sich in hegemoniale Wissensregime einzumischen.

Night school speakers on Monday, May 29: María do Mar Castro Varela and Nikita Dhawan

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

At 10.00 until 14.00
Where: CONCEPTUAL ART PRACTICES) STUDY PROGRAM, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1 OG Atelier Süd (M1)

RESEARCH SEMINAR (third session from 3) FOR DOCTORAL STUDENTS IN PHILOSOPHY open to all from the PCAP and larger Reading, discussion and reflection:
Achille Mbembe. Necropolitics. Published in Public Culture, Winter
2003 15(1): 11-40.

docs.google.com

IMPORTANT:::::::::
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
At 17.00

Where: Post-Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP), Atelierhaus, Lehárgasse 8, 1060 Vienna, 1. OG Atelier Süd (M1)

Hypermigrationculture: my education is your culturation!

Presentation of students’ animation works from the workshop by Pablo Toulouse and exhibition of students’ new projects at Post-Conceptual Art Practices

Students’ animation works from the workshop by Pablo Toulouse, artist in residence from Argentina
WORKS BY
Catherina Franziska Lehnerer & Pato Wiesauer (animation: Magic is with in transition)
Samira Fux, Sarah Jackel & Dana Rausch (animation: The tooth story)
Pietro Desiró & Tim Zeiler & Nora Manthei (animation:shift(ing))
Maira Caixeta & Mirabella Dziruni (animation: Cyber Reality)
Ali Saadat (animation: Rabbit)
Pablo Toulouse will revisit what was seen in the workshop and showing the material that has been produces out of it, in an open presentation. He will focus on one of the most prominent faces of animation, animation as praxis of resistance. Analyzing productions through history that developed new spaces for topics such as gender, sexual identities other than heteronormative ones, socio-economic issues such as structures of power
and capitalization of resources. Question to be envisioned is “Has animation grown to be a powerful story telling tool for marginalized topics?” and how it influenced generations with politics of metaphors?
Workshop Student mentor: Cecilia Tasso

Exhibition of students’ new projects at Post-Conceptual Art Practices
WORKS BY
Samira Fux (newspaper Unter Palmen, Nr. 2, in collaboration with Dana Rausch, 2017)
Christian Guzy (installation, 2017)
Betül Shayma Küpeli and Esra Özmen (Schools of Tomorrow, Berlin, 2017, report)
Grace Marta Latigo and Cecilia Tasso (ich kündige!, stand-up-antiblog, 2017)

Catherine Lehnerer and Aniela Helen Guse (video installation Dieses Spiel ist kein Lebensersatz, 2017)
Nora Manthei (Leinwand I, 55 x 52 x 200 cm, 2017)
Mika Maruyama (traveling exhibition Behind the Terrain, Yogyakarta and Hanoi, 2017, report)
Manuel Prammer (Heart bit and the new atelier space, 2017, report)
Camila Rhodi (What if?, intervention, 2017)
Mehrnoosh Roshanaei (video installation Yonder, 2017

ERASMUS SS 2017: Vienna in 4 months – a book project
Artist booklets by
Catherine Lehnerer: fuck it - A MINI-ZINE FOR EVERYONE
Nora Manthei: 15.02.2017 - 30.05.2017
Mehrnoosh Roshanaei
Genevieve Strong

Muzaffer Hasaltay: video installation "Political Party", 2017
Nase Zine, numbers 1 to 4

PARTY with food and drinks part of the event!

additional
Datum | 30.05.2017, 19.00 h
Ort | Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 6, 1060 Wien, Prospekthof

Die Lebensgeschichte von Hélène Cixous, die als Kind jüdischer Eltern in Algerien aufwuchs, trägt die Spuren der großen politischen Konflikte des 20. Jahrhunderts. Die Existenz zwischen den Sprachen und den Kulturen zieht sich wie ein roter Faden durch ihr Werk und findet auch in ihrem philosophischen Denken, dass das Andere immer als konstitutiven Teil des Eigenen begreift, seinen Ausdruck. Die fundamentale Forderung nach Diversität und Differenz, die ihr Denken stellt, scheint heute im Hinblick auf den wachsenden Einfluss nationalistischer und neofaschistischer Strömungen dringlicher denn je. Peter Engelmann spricht mit ihr über ihre Biografie, ihr politisches und feministisches Engagement, ihre langjährige Freundschaft mit Jacques Derrida und die Hintergründe ihres Schreibens.

In Französisch mit deutscher Konsekutivübersetzung von Isolde Schmitt.

Eine Veranstaltung des Passagen Verlags in Kooperation mit der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien. Gefördert durch das Institut Français.

Die Gesprächsteilnehmer
HÉLÈNE CIXOUS, 1937 als Tochter jüdischer Eltern im algerischen Oran geboren, ist eine französische Schriftstellerin, Dramaturgin, Essayistin, Feministin und Theoretikerin.

PETER ENGELMANN ist Verleger, Philosoph und Herausgeber zahlreicher Texte der französischen Philosophen der Postmoderne und Dekonstruktion.

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DIPLOME preparations



 
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