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Tuesday, 1. May 2018


PCAP May 2018


PCAP May 2018

1, May, 2018
Mayday, holiday

7 May 2018, Monday

10.00 to 11.00
ind. meetings Grzinic Office

At 13.30 meeting PCAP

At 15.00 reading until 17.15
Reading text “ Now, Little Ship, Look Out!” by Suvendrini Perera, book Border Thinking, 2018.

7 May 2018, Monday
WHERE: Conceptual Art (Post-conceptual Art Practices), PCAP, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1 OG Atelier Süd (M1)

At 18.30 Nobodies Revolution-THE REVOLUTION OF ROJAVA
Screening and talk with political activist Mahmut MIRZANLI

Mahmut MIRZANLI is political activist with focus on Kurdistan. He is representative of HelpKobane – Humanitarian Aid Organisation in Austria for Kobane.

Presentation and moderation of the event by Betül Seyma KÜPELI and Songül SÖNMEZ.

Screening:

Radio Kobani, 2017, 70min., by Reber Dosky
The film presents a story of a young reporter in war-torn Kobanî.
Director Reber Dosky is known for Radio Kobanî (2016), Lokroep (2013) and Paardenkracht (2016).

Fear us women, 2017, 27min., by David Darg

The film follows Hanna Bohman, a Canadian civilian who has spent the last three years in Syria as a volunteer soldier battling ISIS. As a member of the YPJ, an all-female Kurdish army, Hanna gives an inside look at the women fighting for liberation in one of the world’s most dangerous countries.

Director David Darg is an award winning film maker and co-founder of RYOT Media.

14 May 2018, Monday

At 14.00 open space PCAP, discussion and preparation of the display for June 11, 2018.

At 16.00
Presentation research project Marina Grzinic, Sophie Uitz
Genealogy of Amnesia: Rethinking the Past for a New Future of Conviviality.

Part 2, introduction and screening of Valentin Areh, Radovan Karadzic's Secret Plans, 2016, 51 min, documentary for television.

The TV film shows newly retrieved materials and accounts obtained at the trial of Radovan Karadzic at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Hague Tribunal.

The documentary was premiered 2 days before the final sentence to Karadzic at the Haag Tribunal, March 24, 2016. Karadzic was sentenced to 40 years for Srebrenica genocide in BiH, among others criminal acts.

Valentin Areh (born 1971) is a Slovenian journalist, war correspondent and writer. He participated in 1991 as a soldier in the short Slovenian war for independence. He subsequently attended Ljubljana University, studying history and sociology. He concluded his studies at Ljubljana by obtaining a Master's degree covering certain sociological aspects of the US electoral system. Areh has fifteen years of experience as a war correspondent in places such as Croatia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Chechnya, Afghanistan and Iraq. He was one of the few journalists to remain in Kosovo during the Kosovo War of 1999 and he survived a tortuous escape out of the country during NATO’s war to expel Serbian forces.

Discussion afterwards.

15 May 2018, Tuesday
At 14.00 open space PCAP, discussion and preparation of the display for June 11, 2018.

At 15.00 reading until 17.15
Reading text “ Now, Little Ship, Look Out!” by Suvendrini Perera, book Border Thinking, 2018.

15 May 2018, Tuesday

At 18.00
Presentation work Diplome June 2018:
Nadja David

17 May 2018, Thursday
LANGUAGE STRATEGIES exhibition
@Austrian Cultural Forum London

The exhibition is a collaboration between the Austrian Cultural Forum London, Central Saint Martins and the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, and is curated by Alice Woodhouse

Friday 18 May — Friday 20 July 2018
Private View Thursday 17 May 18.00 — 21:00

Language Strategies is a group exhibition of artists whose work
engages with the challenges and politics of communicating

Austrian Cultural Forum London
28 Rutland Gate
Knightsbridge
London SW7 1PQ
www.acflondon.org

Exhibiting Artists

• Alaa Alkurdi

• Alexander Jackson Wyatt

• Andrea Maurer

• Eva Schach

• Jennifer Walshe

• Marika Schmiedt in collaboration with Sara Bissen, Marina Grzinic, Sarah Raffaela Jackel, Ali Kianmehr, Aaron Kimmig, Leonie Knez, Malin Kuht, Grace Marta Latigo, Juliana Melzer, Elisabeth Taruvinga Mtasa, Dominik Szereday, Irene Wallner

• Shao-Jie Lin

Marika Schmiedt, renewed Austrian artist, was invited by the Studio for Post-conceptual art Practices (PCAP) at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna to have a workshop with students. She proposed the title that is as well central to her work: INTEGRATION NO THANKS! Perspectives & Resistance.

The result of the workshop is 17 posters by 13 authors presented at the Rundgang in 2018 as a collaborative exchange in between Marika Schmiedt and the students.

Part of the Language Strategies exhibition in London is a workshop. Taking part in the workshop from PCAP are Sara Bissen, Sarah Raffaela Jackel, Aaron Kimmig, Leonie Knez and Dominik Szereday.

21 May 2018, Monday
Holiday

27 May, 2018, Sunday

EXTRA

At 12h Filmmuseum WIEN: Donna Haraway: Storytelling for the Earthly
Survival (2016, Fabrizio Terranova) | Talk: Fahim Amir

WHERE: Filmmuseum WIEN Augustinerstraße 1, 1010 Wien

Group attendance from PCAP

28 May, 2018, Monday
Entry exams, 2 final part of the entry exam

EXTRA

28 May, 2018, Monday
WHEN: 16.30
WHERE: Weltmuseum Wien
Heldenplatz
1010 Wien

Exhibition guide by Lisl Ponger through her exhibition: The Master Narrative

Organized by Marwa Abou Hatab and Conceptual Art (Post-conceptual Art Practices), PCAP, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien.

28 May, 2018, Monday

18.30 meeting with PhD in Philosophy, talk and open to all PCAP

Where: PCAP, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1 OG Atelier Süd (M1)

29 May, 2018, Tuesday
Entry exams, 2 final part of the entry exam

EXTRA
29 May, 2018, Tuesday
17.00 to 20.00 individual meetings, Grzinic office

30 May 2018, Wednesday
Entry exams, 2 final part of the entry exam

Next 4.06.2018, Monday
At 14.00 open space for discussion and reflection

At 15.00

Presentation PEEK research, part 3, presentation by Marina Grzinic and Sophie Uitz

antisemitism, holocaust, genealogy of amnesia, Austria/Europe

At 19.00 lecture Antonio Negri
at Lehargasse 6-8, Vienna.
OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC



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