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PCAP November 2018


PCAP November 2018
November 1, 2018
HOLIDAY

8., 9., and 10. November 2018
WHERE: INSTEAD IN THE PCAP space Akbild in THE MUMOK//, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna

SYMPOSIUM GENEALOGY OF AMNESIA
Crushing Silences, Constructing Histories
at MUMOK Museum of Modern Art Foundation Ludwig Vienna
A symposium on the silencing of colonialism, anti-Semitism, and contemporary turbo-fascist nationalism in Belgium, Austria, and the former Yugoslavia. Re-examining counter-memory and counter-history projects, interventions, and processes of resistance in order to open up spaces for new directions in politics, futurity, and collective struggles. Organized by the FWF-project “Genealogy of Amnesia,” developed at the Studio of Conceptual Art (PCAP), Institute of Fine Arts, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.

PROGRAM/ FREE ENTRANCE

November 8, 2018 (Thursday)

MUMOK cinema, Museumsplatz 1, basement, 1070 Vienna
17.30–18.00
Opening: Eva Blimlinger (Rector of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna), Marina Gržinić (Genealogy of Amnesia, head of research) and Sophie Uitz (GoA, researcher)
18.00–19.30
Gloria Wekker (Utrecht University): A Genealogy of Amnesia in Europe
Gloria Wekker in conversation with Birgit Sauer (University of Vienna)

November 9, 2018 (Friday)

MUMOK cinema, Museumsplatz 1, basement, 1070 Vienna

10.00–13.00
Marina Gržinić (Academy of Fine Arts Vienna): Introduction. Burdened by the past, re-thinking the future
Collectif Mémoire Coloniale et Lutte contre les Discriminations (Brussels): The Challenges of De-Colonial Movements – The Afrodescendants Facing the Colonial Denial and the Mutations of the Colonial Propaganda in Belgium
Sophie Lillie (Vienna): The Burden of Proof. How Negligence, Incompetence and Anti-Semitism Shaped Art Restitution Policies in Post-War Austria

15.00–16.00
Araba Evelyn Johnston-Arthur (Howard University, Washington DC): (Re)membering Resistances in the African Diaspora in post-Nazi Austria as “Counteramnesic Practice”

16.15–19.00
Filmscreening The Waldheim Waltz (directed by Ruth Beckermann, Austria 2018, 93 min.)
Ruth Beckermann (Vienna) in conversation with Michael Loebenstein (Austrian Filmmuseum Vienna)

November 10, 2018 (Saturday)

MUMOK lounge, Museumsplatz 1, 5th floor, 1070 Vienna

10.00–13.00
Sefik Tatlić (Academy of Fine Arts Vienna): “New” Fascism. The Aftermath of the Europeanization of Western Balkans and the Necropolitics of Historical Revisionism
Pedro Monaville (New York University Abu Dhabi): Between Hauntology and Memory Work. The global afterlives of Belgian colonialism
Ruth Wodak (Lancaster University and University of Vienna) and Markus Rheindorf (University of Vienna): Austrian Identity after WWII: Contested Narratives and Lingering Silences

15.00–18.30
Sophie Uitz (Academy of Fine Arts Vienna): Rethinking Politics, Memory and History after Totalitarianism
Max Silverman (University of Leeds): Palimpsestic Memory, Ethics and Performance
Nejra Nuna Čengić (New Europe College Bucharest): What Happened, Happened!
Shirley Anne Tate (Leeds Beckett University): Love for the Dead: The Libidinal Economy of Post-race Conviviality

This symposium is organized as part of the arts- and theory-based research project “Genealogy of Amnesia: Rethinking the Past for a New Future of Conviviality,” funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF, project number AR439.
archiveofamnesia.akbild.ac.at

November 12, 2018, Monday

At 16.00 to 20.00
WHERE: AkBild, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

STUDENT PRESENTATIONS
Asma Aiad
Aaron Kimmig (1 part)
Jana Schamanek

November 13, 2018, Tuesday

10.00-12.00
Office Grzinic, ind. Meetings, contact me for an appointment

November 13, 2018, Tuesday

13.00 to 16.00
WHERE: AkBild, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

STUDENT PRESENTATIONS
Siegfried König
Maira-Enesi Caixeta
Elisabeth Taruvinga Mtasa Tawanda
Aaron Kimmig (2 part)
Juliana Melzer

November 13, 2018, Tuesday
At 17.00 to 19.15

WORKSHOP B3 and the SEMINAR: toward questions of representation of the body and esthetics Marina Grzinic and Mika Maruyama PhD in philosophy mentor
WHERE: AkBild, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)
The seminar will consist of discussions on the body inside the relation in between art and media theory. The interventions of gender, race, class on the body will be exposed.

November 19, 2018, Monday

14.00 to 16.00
WHERE: AkBild, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

STUDENT PRESENTATIONS
Leonie Rosa Knez
Robert Jolly

November 19, 2018, Monday

At 18.00
WHERE: Studio for Conceptual Art (Post-conceptual Art Practices), PCAP, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien,
1 OG Atelier Süd (M1)

GUEST ARTISTS PRESENTATIONS
Erdem Taşdelen │ Canada/Turkey
Britta Benno │ Estonia

19.15.-19. 30 Pause
Heather Beardsley │ USA
Iwona Ogrodzka and Karolina Balcer│ Poland
Continuation with drinks and talks.
The presentation is possible thanks to the Artists-in-Residence program of the Austrian Federal Chancellery and KulturKontakt Austria.

Erdem Taşdelen
Title: The Curtain Sweeps Down



Erdem Taşdelen will present an overview of the themes explored in his recent project The Curtain Sweeps Down. He will take up the notion of pseudotranslation as a lens through which to view the social and political transformations in Turkey in the last few decades, and consider whether self-concealment can be an effective strategic tool to advance progressive politics in environments where open dissent may be too risky.

 CV: Erdem Taşdelen is a Turkish-Canadian artist based in Toronto. His practice is rooted in conceptualism and involves a range of media including installation, video, sculpture, sound and artist books. His diverse projects bring self-expression into question within the context of culturally learned behaviors, where he often draws from unique historical narratives to address the complexities of current sociopolitical issues.

Britta Benno
Title: Estonian Contemporary Printmaking Female Artists: Spaces, Identities, Mediums

The main focus of the presentation is on contemporary women printmakers in Estonia, including Britta Benno’s latest works. What are the practices by the women artists selected by Benno Britta and how they reflect contemporary Estonian printmaking? The presentation approach is based on research and conversations with artists, analyzing their portfolios and art practices.
CV: Britta Benno is a printmaker and drawing artist living and working in Tallinn, Estonia. She presents autobiographical narratives in her personal graphic language while using various techniques – drawing, printmaking, animation and installation. She is preparing currently her doctoral research thesis at the in Estonian Academy of Arts on Estonian contemporary female printmaking artists and their spaces, identities, mediums.

Heather Beardsley
Title: Fabulatory Epistemology: the Art of Faking Science

For the past few of years I have been exploring intersections of art and science within my work, both by emulating how scientists work and borrowing the visual language with which scientific research is communicated to a non-expert public. This lecture would examine projects I have carried out over the past few years on this topic, examining the process and the outcomes of these works. I would also give a brief explanation of the project I am carrying out during the KulturKontakt residency in Vienna.
CV: Heather Beardsley is an American visual artist that received her BA from the University of Virginia in 2009, and her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Fibers and Material Studies in 2015. After graduating, Beardsley was granted a Fulbright Scholarship for Installation Art in Vienna, Austria for the 2015-2016 academic year, and the following year she was awarded a twelve-month Braunschweig Projects International Artist Scholarship by the Ministry of Science and Culture of Lower Saxony, Germany. She has exhibited work throughout the United States and Europe, including New York, Chicago, Austria, Germany, Slovakia, the UK, and Ireland.

Iwona Ogrodzka and Karolina Balcer
Title: Art & Business Collective Wykwitex: How to build a successful team and make art together?

Ogrodzka and Balcer have been working as a part of an art collective called Wykwitex. Considering their artistic experience in a group made up of 7 members, they will show advantages and disadvantages of team work. It will contain the issue of co-authorship and the division of artistic work in the group. The presentation will contain examples of actions and divisions of the Wykwitex group.
CV: Iwona Ogrodzka, born 1991, graduated of the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw. She works in the field of new media art, installation and painting. Karolina Balcer, born in 1988, lives and works in Wroclaw. She is active in various fields, including painting, video and installations in public spaces. Balcer is particularly interested in architecture as a tool of organizing social life. Ogrodzka and Balcer are members of the Managing Board of Wykwitex, Wroclaw (Poland).

November 20, 2018, Tuesday

10.00-12.00
Office Grzinic, ind. Meetings, contact me for an appointment

November 20, 2018, Tuesday

At 13.00 to 16.00
WHERE: AkBild, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

STUDENT PRESENTATIONS
Sarah Jackel
Manuel Prammer
Grace Marta Latigo

November 20, 2018, Tuesday
At 17.00 to 19.15

WORKSHOP B3 and the SEMINAR: toward questions of representation of the body and esthetics Marina Grzinic and Mika Maruyama PhD in philosophy mentor
WHERE: AkBild, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)
The seminar will consist of discussions on the body inside the relation in between art and media theory. The interventions of gender, race, class on the body will be exposed.

November 26, 2018, Monday

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

The Right to Say No (To Mining)
Guest: Nonhle Mbuthuma
Nonhle Mbuthuma is the spokesperson of Amadiba Crisis Committee/ South Africa.
Introduction and moderation by Jakob Krameritsch (IKW) and Maren Grimm (IBK).

Time table:
13.00 Screening of “The Shore Break“ by Ryley Grunenwald, South Africa, 2014. It is a film about the struggle of the Amadiba Crisis Committee.
15.00 to 17.00 Q & A with Nonhle Mbuthuma (Amadiba Crisis Committee)/South Africa
The proposed Xolobeni mine is a project by Transworld, a wholly owned subsidiary of Australian corporation Mineral Commodities (MRC), and would be one of the largest titanium mines in South Africa. Amadiba Crisis Committee (ACC) was formed in 2007 by villagers of Xolobeni in Pondoland to fight mining titanium in their area. About 200 households face displacement from the farmland on which their livelihoods depend. It is unclear how the villagers will be compensated and where their livestock will move. They will mine around people’s houses. Also this is a proclaimed marine protected area – mining cannot take place here. ACC believe that the mining eco-tourism and agriculture are real development alternatives and that mining will rule out tourism trade.

November 27, 2018, Tuesday

At 11.00 PCAP meeting technical needs and exhibition for RUNDGANG 2019

November 27, 2018, Tuesday
At 13.00 to 16.00
WHERE: AkBild, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)
STUDENT PRESENTATIONS

Victoria Eliseykina
Christian Guzy
Dominik Szereday

November 27, 2018, Tuesday
At 17.00 to 19.15

WORKSHOP B3 and the SEMINAR: toward questions of representation of the body and esthetics Marina Grzinic and Mika Maruyama PhD in philosophy mentor
WHERE: AkBild, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

The seminar will consist of discussions on the body inside the relation in between art and media theory.
The interventions of gender, race, class on the body will be exposed.

NEXT: Monday 3.12.2018



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