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PCAP March 2019


PCAP March 2019

March 4, 2019, Monday

IMPORTANT: UNTIL 17.00 hearings of the candidates for Rector election. All courses are suspended until 17.00 by decision of the Rektorat.

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

INTRO new Erasmus students, new students and researcher in the PCAP, new semester plans

March 4, 2019, Monday

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)

Guest artists’ presentations:

Jiajia Qi (China)
Meta Drčar (Slovenia)

Organized by Marina Grzinic, Studio for Conceptual Art (Post -conceptual Art Practices) at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. The presentation is possible thanks to the Artists-in-Residence program of the Austrian Federal Chancellery and KulturKontakt Austria.

Jiajia Qi, China
Title: Shaped by the Labyrinth

Jiajia Qi will introduce Arakawa and Madeline Gins architec¬tural procedure and philosophical theories, and discuss how to combine Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (1921) with Arakawa and Gins’s Architectural Body (2002). This in order to analyze the meaning of perception and to rethink her own research thesis Shaped by the Labyrinths (2018). Jiajia Qi will as well talk on her work The Visible Distance, created during the residency in Advance Contemporary Museum, Changsha, China. When the audience enters the “empty” space, they feel the contradiction between the abstract distance and concrete visual experience. So the questions Qi poses are “What is far?” and “What is close?”
CV: Jiajia Qi was born in Zhejiang, China and is currently living and working in The Hague, The Netherlands. She graduated from Interactive Media Design at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. She also holds a bachelor degree in Sociology from Zhejiang A&F University, Zhejiang, China.

Meta Drčar, Slovenia
Title: Architecture as a perceptive experience

Meta Drčar creates performative sculptures that activate architectural settings to promote the viewer’s spatial engagement. Over the course of the past ten years, she has used site-specific live performances to explore the mediums of body movement and projected light in various architectural contexts. As architecture continues to play an important and evolving role in her creation, she seeks to investigate new modes of establishing parallels between sculpture and space in her current practice. Her ambition is to create sculptural scenarios that not only amplify the concept of the space but also its sensation for the viewer.

CV: Meta Drčar, born in 1985 in Slovenia, is a Paris-based artist. She received her BA Hons in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins, College of Art and Design, London in 2009 and her MA in Dance Theatre; Body in Performance from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London in 2012. She has exhibited at various venues across Europe, including Royal Festival Hall, London, UK (2011), Zabludowicz Collection, 176, London, UK (2011), Galerija Skuc, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2011), ICA, London, UK (2013), Nuit Blanche, Paris, France (2017) and ArtNight London, UK (2018). In June 2017 she was nominated for the Tesla Award by MoTa Museum of Transitory Art, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
(Also workshop A2, 1 of 5)

March 5, 2019, Tuesday

IMPORTANT: UNTIL 17.00 hearings of the candidates for Rector election. All courses are suspended until 17.00 by decision of the Rektorat.

At 17.00
WHERE: AkBild, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)
Introduction to the project: QUEERING MIGRATION – POLITICIZING THE BODY
Your thoughts for possibilities for proposals in relation exhibition to the topic & space at Karlsplatz (exhibition in May 2019 with workshops)
(11.3.2019 : Deadline for INTERNAL PCAP Project Proposals)

INTRO: RESERCH TRAVEL ICELAND, in May 2019

March 5, 2019, Tuesday

at 19.30
Presentation Anka Leśniak (Poland)
OeAD scholarships for mobility in research.

Institution: Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, Poland
Position: assistant professor at the Sculpture and Intermedia Faculty

Title of the research project:
A reconstruction and recontextualisation of cultural discourse by the
means of transmedia art. The Witch by Teresa Feodorovna Ries – a case study

Scholarship in Vienna: from 01.03.2019-30.06.2019

The starting point of the research will be the figure of Teresa Feodorovna Ries, a Russian immigrant of Jewish origin and a sculptor, active in Vienna at the turn of 19th and 20th century, and in particular – her sculpture entitled The Witch (Die Hexe), whose fragment was lost. T. Ries on one hand represents a problem of a female artist who was conscious of her artistic potential and who, despite of limitations imposed on her gender in that epoch, fulfilled her artistic aims. On the other hand, the life of Teresa Ries reminds of a motif of a newcomer from a remote place, who searches for opportunities to make her professional and private plans real, but cannot be completely assimilated, mainly because of her Jewish origin.

CV: Anka Lesniak, PhD, artist and researcher, member of the Art and Documentation Association based in Lodz, assistant professor at the Faculty of Sculpture and Intermedia of the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk (Poland)

Active as an artist in genres such as: installation, performance, video-art, digital art. She has participated in more than 90 individual and group shows and projects in Poland and abroad, among others in Germany, Austria, South Korea, Italy, Ukraine. In 2003 she graduated from Art History in the University of Lodz. In 2004 she graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz with honors. She received a grant of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage in Poland (2011), a grant of the Mayor of the city of Lodz for artists and culture animators (2015), a grant from the city of Gdansk (2016). In 2016, she was chosen for the Artists-in-Residence programme in Vienna, run by KulturKontakt in cooperation with the Federal Chancellery of Austria. In 2019, she received an OeAD scholarship. She is the author of the book "Invisible inVisible. Women disconnected from history. Site-specific artworks on abandoned buildings". (Lodz: Art & Documentation Association), 2017.

March 6, 2019, Wednesday

At 9.00

WHERE: AkBild, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)
meeting Erasmus

At 10.00

WHERE: AkBild, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)
ADDITIONAL REFLECTION, thoughts on the project: QUEERING MIGRATION – POLITICIZING THE BODY
Your thoughts for possibilities for proposals in relation exhibition to the topic & space at Karlsplatz (exhibition in May 2019 with workshops)

March 6, 2019, Wednesday

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: MAPU HUNI KUIN (Rio Branco, Brazil)
Spiritual leader of the Huni Kuin people

Moderation: Luisa Lobo and Marissa Lobo
Organized by the Institute of Art Theory and Cultural Studies, IKW, and the Studio for Post-conceptual Art Practices, IBK, in collaboration with Marissa Lobo.
Mapu Huni Kuin leads a cultural center project named Huwã Karu Yuxibu. His work aims to rescue and strength the Huni Kuin cultural identity among socially vulnerable indigenous people living outside their lands, attracted by the idea of non-indigenous way of life. The Huwã Karu Yuxibu Center that was established in August 2015 promotes actions such as farming, permaculture, bio-construction, research of traditional medicines, family interaction and knowledge exchange between indigenous and non-indigenous people among others. The center have been weaving a living network of exchange and sharing, and it’s the housing space for indigenous families and young people who leave their villages to study in the capital city of Rio Branco. The financing of such projects are made independently of governmental support. Brazil’s right-wing President-elect Jair Bolsonaro sees indigenous people and their lands as a threat to the country’s progress. He already stated that he will deny new land claims by indigenous people and favors opening their land to commercial mining and farming. A war was declared on Brazil’s Indigenous people. Mapu’s project is one among the many ways in which resistance takes place in Brazil.
(Also workshop A2, 2 of 5)

March 11, 2019, Monday

at 14.00 Augasse plenum Rektor election

March 11, 2019, Monday

17.00 to 19.15, workshop B3 on Hanna Arendt (1 of 5) by Ruth Kager (Peek, Genealogy of Amnesia)

At 19.30 Open discussion PCAP on Kunsthalle project, other open questions

March 12, 2019, Tuesday

At 10.00 Kunsthalle project visiting the place and discussion

12.30 - 13.30, Raum 3.06
WHERE: Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien IKL, Karl-Schweighofer Gasse 3, 1070 Wien

DANI GAL
Lecture: Noise Sources and Blind Spots

Dani Gal’s artistic practice focuses on the production of ideology through the representation of specific historical narratives in a variety of media in order to question the claims of historical knowledge and to reveal and challenge underlying political preconceptions.

Dani Gal (born 1975, Jerusalem) lives and works in Berlin.
He studied at the Bezalel Academy for Art and Design in
Jerusalem; the Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste
Städelschule in Frankfurt; and the Cooper Union in New York.
His films and works have been shown widely, including: 54th
Venice Biennale (2011), The Istanbul Biennale (2011), New
Museum New York (2012), Kunsthalle St. Gallen Swizerland
(2013), The Jewish museum New York (2014), Berlinale Forum
Expanded (2014), Kunsthaus Zurich (2015) Kunsthalle Wien
(2015), Documenta 14 (2017), Centre Pompidou (2018).

March 12, 2019, Tuesday

15.00

Presentations Ma in cultural studies
Jennifer Ndidi Iroh
Patricia Gerger

March 12, 2019, Tuesday

17.00 to 19.15 workshop B3 on Hanna Arendt (2 of 5) by Ruth Kager

March 13, 2019, Wednesday
13.00 to 17.00
Grimm/Krameritsch: Film und Fernsehen 2 + Medientheorie 3

March 18, 2019, Monday

At 11.00 to 13.00
discussion Kunsthalle project

At 13.00 to 14.00
Presentation IBK:
mwoyo

15.00 to 17.15 workshop B3 on Hanna Arendt (3 of 5) by Ruth Kager

March 18, 2019, 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 artists’ presentations:

Nikolche Slavevski (North Macedonia)
Sandra Lieners (Luxembourg)
Vikenti Komitski (Bulgaria)

Organized by Marina Grzinic, Studio for Conceptual Art (Post -conceptual Art Practices) at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. The presentation is possible thanks to the Artists-in-Residence program of the Austrian Federal Chancellery and KulturKontakt Austria.

Nikolche Slavevski,North Macedonia
Title: Art and Politics

A decade after the crisis of 2008 that provoked deep political and economic emergencies, nothing is solved. Therefore the presentation will pose some questions as: What is the role of Art and artists in society today? How can Art contribute to the transformation of society? Can Art be non-political at all? Further the questions of the relations of industrial production and cultural production and services will be confronted, as these processes are all processes of commodification; everything that is produced becomes a commodity because of the general mode of production. Art is not an exception.

CV: Nikolche Slavevski (born in 1989 in Bitola, Macedonia) graduated from the academy of Fine Arts in Skopje, painting in the class of prof. Zaneta Vangeli. He has been active in Leftist movement “Solidarity,” member of the Initiative Board and Central Committee of “Levica” (The Left) and also member of Marxist Organization “CRVENI” (REDS), a volunteer Section of the International Marxist organization for Former Yugoslavia. He had his first solo exhibition titled "Painted it Red" at the Center for Culture - Bitola in 2017 and took part in numerous group shows, as "Pop Up AKTO Festival," 2017, Bitola, Macedonia; "3rd International Exhibition of Artists and Art Teachers," 2017, Evora, Portugal and others.

Sandra Lieners, Luxembourg
Title: Visual and conceptual fragmentation in contemporary painting

Sandra Lieners integrates into her work the most recent aspects of figuration. She refers to postmodernism while combining formal configurations inherited from Cubist and Dadaist collages, but all seen through the glasses of pop art.

CV: Sandra Lieners (born in 1990 in Luxembourg) graduated in 2016 from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna with an exchange stay at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence. The most important of her three solo shows so far was in 2016 at CAPE – Center for plurial arts in Ettelbrück. Her works are in different private and public collections such as the Museum for art and history (MNHA), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture in Luxembourg. In 2017, she was invited to New York for a Painting and Mixed Media artist residency with a concluding exhibition. Lieners is the youngest laureate of the Pierre Werner price and was nominated for the Edward Steichen Award in 2017.

Vikenti Komitski, Bulgaria
Title: Seeing as Habit

The presentation will depart from the psychoanalytical concept of the Mirror Stage as developed by Jacques Lacan that proposes that human infants pass through a stage in which an external image of the body gives rise to the mental representation of an "I". Komitski claims that such recognition of one’s own image is a base ground of human subjectivity, and that from that moment on the world keeps being perceived as an image. René Magritte’s painting Not To Be Reproduced (1937) will be used as an illustration to the talk that also relates to topics of deconstruction and reproduction of the image in artistic context. In the last part of the presentation Komitski will make reference to W. J. T. Mitchell’s book What Do Pictures Want?: The Lives and Loves of Images (2006) and to a proper artistic practice.

CV: Vikenti Komitski (born in 1983, Sofia) graduated Sculpture at the National Academy of Art in Sofia. He works in a vast variety of media including installation, video and photography. His work often relates to theory and psychoanalysis, sometimes in a critical or ironic way. Some of his solo shows were at Joey Ramone Gallery, Rotterdam, Krinzinger gallery, Vienna (2015) and at ICA Sofia (2013). He lives and works in Berlin.
(Also workshop A2, 3 of 5)

March 19, 2019, Tuesday

10.00 to 13.00
VISITING: Haus der Geschichte Österreich
The House of Austrian History – a forum for discussion
ADRESS: Hofburg, Heldenplatz, 1010 Wien
www.hdgoe.at

HAVE THE STUDENT CARD and 2 euro.
The House of Austrian History is the republic’s first museum of contemporary history. Presented in a modern and insightful way, the new museum invites visitors to the Hofburg to examine and discuss Austria’s history. Starting with the founding of the democratic republic in 1918, the exhibition focuses on social change and political fault lines. While the questions it asks are aimed at the past, they remain relevant to the present as well.
a) Guided tour by ARYE WACHSMUTH and dr. SOPHIE LILLIE
b) Guided tour by the curators in the Museum

ARYE WACHSMUTH, born in Hamburg in 1962. Grown up in Tel-Aviv. Lives as an artist in Vienna. Exhibitions (selection)2016 What Bird Has Done Yesterday ... - dialogue exhibition together with Abigail Reynolds, Gallery Room with Light; 2015 Hotel Metropole. Giving the memory a future, Into the City / Exhibition, Wiener Festwochen Vot Ken You Mach, MWW - Muzeum Współczesne Wroclaw, etc.

Dr. SOPHIE LILLIE is an Austrian art and contemporary historian. Lillie studied art history in Vienna and graduated from Columbia University with a Master of Arts degree. Between 1995 and 2001 she worked for the Jewish Community Vienna in the field of restitution. Since 2001 she works freelance in provenance research. She’s written in the Jewish cultural magazine Nu. Awards: 2003 book What was once. Bruno Kreisky Prize for the political book, recognition prize; 2009 Award of the City of Vienna in the field of science; 2013 Johanna Dohnal Award. Books by Lillie: What was once. Handbook of expropriated art collections in Vienna. Czernin Verlag, Vienna 2003; Enemy powers. The struggle for Gustav Klimt’s Beethoven fries. Czernin Verlag, Vienna 2018.

VISIT organized in collaboration with the Department of Art History, Uni Wien, prof. Noit Banai.
(Also workshop A2, 4 of 5)

March 19, 2019, Tuesday

At 15.00 to 16.45
Kunsthalle project reflection proposals and the framing of the project

March 19, 2019, Tuesday

17.00 to 19.15 workshop B3 on Hanna Arendt (4 of 5) by Ruth Kager

ADDITIONAL SPACE TO TALK 19.30 to 21.00
KUNSTHALLE PROJECT, open questions PCAP

March 25, 2019, Monday

At 12.00 to 14.00 kunsthalle project QUEERING MIGRATION – POLITICIZING THE BODY

rounding of the ideas, work to do
14.00 to 17.00
Presentations Erasmus and new students in the PCAP

Presentation Erasmus:
Karin Keisu
Ida Thuresson
Megan Grimsdottir Audur
Neige Sanchez
Patrick Peljhan

PCAP students:
Dafi Sylejmani
Iklim Dogan

March 25, 2019, 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)

Panel discussion: Beyond the Gaze: On Orit Ishay’s Someone Has Been Sleeping In My Bed Project

With Orit Ishay, Basak Senova, and Christine Bruckbauer, moderated by Marina Grzinic

The panel departs from Orit Ishay exhibition "Someone Has Been Sleeping In My Bed," curated by Basak Senova that opens in Vienna on the 21.03.2019 at philomena+ (Heinestraße 40/7, 1020 Vienna). The exhibition is part of Foto Wien.
www.fotowien.at

Basak Senova will introduce the photographs by Orit Ishay. For Senova the photographs question our perception of reality and the medium of photography itself by creating layers of complexity of vision and gaze on space, time and perspective.

Taking part in the discussion:

Orit Ishay (Israel) is a prominent photographer and visual artist working with video and installation. She is a lecturer in photography. Ishay deals with interactions of people and places, and the way they influence the formation of identity and nationalism. The social, political and security-related changes of the contemporary world are linked to her works, making them both local and globally relevant. Her works were shown widely and they are included in the collections of MOCAK Krakow, MUMOK Wien, The Israel Museum Jerusalem and etc.

Basak Senova (Turkey) is a curator and designer. She curated the pavilions of Turkey and Republic of Macedonia at the Venice Biennale (2009 and 2015). She co-curated the 2nd Biennial of Contemporary Art, D-0 ARK Underground (Bosnia and Herzegovina); curated the Helsinki Photography Biennial in 2014; and acted as the Art Gallery Chair of (ACM) SIGGRAPH 2014 (Vancouver). She is working on the CrossSections project in Vienna, Helsinki, and Stockholm (2017–2019).

Christine Bruckbauer (Austria) is with Negar Hakim founder of philomena+, Vienna. Bruckbauer is an independent art writer, curator and lecturer, focusing on contemporary art practices in South Asia, Middle East and North Africa. She holds a PhD in Art History from University Vienna in Austria and worked as an organizer of contemporary art exhibitions at the Secession Vienna, Austria. In the period 2001–2014 she has lived and worked in Islamabad (Pakistan), London (UK) and Tunis (Tunisia).

(Also workshop A2, 5 of 5)

March 26, 2019, Tuesday

14.00 to 16.15
workshop b3 on Hanna Arendt (5 of 5) by Ruth Kager

March 26, 2019, Tuesday

18.00 in collaboration with prof. Noit Banai

Where: UNI WIEN, Institut fur Kunstgeschichte , Ground Floor of the
Building 9.2, Seminar Room 3

ADDRESS: Garnisongasse 13, Universitätscampus Hof 9, 1090 Wien
Entrance to Hof 9, directly across from "Billa Box" on Garnisongasse.

LECTURE:SUBSENSORIAL ACTIVISM?

Pia Lindman (Finland)

In recent years, Pia Lindman has explored artistic research and practice working within the fields of performance art, healing-as-art, installation, microbes, architecture, painting, and sculpture. To mention one, in her project “Nose, Ears, Eyes” (Sao Paulo Biennale, 2016) Lindman gave treatments to the audience in a hut designed by her and built by local craftsmen specialized in traditional Brazilian building techniques (Pau a Pique, bamboo and mud).
During treatments, Lindman made diagrams, i.e., drawings and paintings based on the visions she saw during the treatments. A result of many years of investigation into the body and its place within the cultural space, Lindman's work responds to a contemporary desire to mend the fission between science and art, healing and creativity – and moves beyond the human body proper to multiple realms of life.
BIO: A recent Professor of Environmental Art at Aalto University (2013-18), Pia Lindman received her second MA degree at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A. in 1999. After ten years of residing in New York, a professorship at Yale University School of Art, and a research fellowship at M.I.T., she now builds an eco-village in Fagervik, Finland. In 2011, Lindman was commissioned to create “Poison and Play” and exhibition at Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin. Residencies include “Field_Notes” at the Biological Research Station in Kilpisjärvi, Lapland, hosted by Bioartsociety (2013 and 2018) and Kuenstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany (2008). She is currently a doctoral candidate at Lapland University.

March 27, 2019, Wednesday
13.00 to 17.00
Grimm/Krameritsch: Film und Fernsehen 2 + Medientheorie 3

Next:
1.04.2019, Monday

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

At 18.00 discussion kunsthalle project, travel Iceland



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