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Wednesday, 1. May 2019


PCAP May 2019


PCAP May 1, 2019

May 1, 2019
HOLIDAY: MAY DAY!!!!

OPENING 6.05.2019, Monday
At 18.00
Where:Skulpturenplatz@Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz

Project by the Studio for Conceptual Art [Post-conceptual Art Practices//PCAP]
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna in collaboration with Kunsthalle Wien

BITTE SEIEN SIE ACHTSAM. ANDERE BRAUCHEN IHREN KARLSPLATZ VIELLEICHT NOTWENDIGER.
Exhibition, lecture, workshops, interventions, screening, rapping, performances

When: 6.05, 7.05 and 8.05. 2019

Where: Skulpturenplatz@Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz and Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier

WITH
Iklim Dogan (installation), Đejmi Hadrović (screenings), Mai Ling (screening), Asma Aiad, Megan Auður, Lia Castillo Espinosa, Victoria Eliseykina, JACK Kollectiv, Sarah Raffaela Jackel, Robert Jolly, Maisie Jowett, Aaron Kimmig, Leonie Rosa Knez, Yul Koh, Marta Grace Latigo, Cathérine Lehnerer, Dean Maassen, Patrick Peljhan, Valentin Pfenniger, Manuel Prammer, Xhejlane Rexhepi, Julien Segarra, Sophie Anna Stadler, Dafina Sylejmani alias DACID GO8LIN, Dominik Szereday (audio/interview laboratory, performative interventions with banners and talks)

and passers-by
&
GUESTS:
Mindj Panther, Heba Y. Amin, James Nguyen, Faris Cuchi, Marissa Lobo, maiz

Organization:
Studio for Conceptual Art [Post-conceptual Art Practices]
Prof. Marina Grzinic, Maren Grimm, Julia Hohenwarter, Mika Maruyama
www.akbild.ac.at
kunsthallewien.at

BITTE SEIEN SIE ACHTSAM. ANDERE BRAUCHEN IHREN KARLSPLATZ VIELLEICHT NOTWENDIGER.
The project consists of two threads along which we want to elaborate specific questions. First, what is our responsibility in entering the public space? Who can open it and or has access to it? Second, how is it possible to deconstruct the concept of going public with artworks and performative bodies? Can we raise any social awareness, can we “woke the public space and the people” on questions of marginalization, discrimination, precarity?

In this regard students enter the public space with interventions, constructing topical art objects with discursive and political potentials; the temporary built performative spaces (rapping, shouting, manifesting) will exchange with the passerby, and as well with the specific art and any public. We want to open with this project a platform for dialogue with everybody passing by, building temporary communities and questioning the politics of art practice, the performative of words uttered and bodies in the public space. Using a title, referring to an announcement known from the public transport and adapted to the actual area, we will start this conversation.

HIGHLIGHTS of the program

6.05.2019, Monday
At 18.00 Opening at Skulpturenplatz@Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz

WITH
Iklim Dogan (installation The Bench), Asma Aiad, Megan Auður, Lia Castillo Espinosa, Victoria Eliseykina, Sarah Raffaela Jackel, Robert Jolly, Maisie Jowett, Aaron Kimmig, Leonie Rosa Knez, Yul Koh, Marta Grace Latigo, Cathérine Lehnerer, Dean Maassen, Patrick Peljhan, Valentin Pfenniger, Manuel Prammer, Xhejlane Rexhepi, Julien Segarra, Sophie Anna Stadler, Dafina Sylejmani alias DACID GO8LIN, Dominik Szereday (audio/interview laboratory, performative interventions with banners and talks)
and passers-by

At 19.00 Skulpturenplatz@Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz
Social food: »Beim Essen kommen die Leute Zam«
Cooking by Asma Aiad, Manuel Prammer with help by Cathérine Lehnerer

At 20.00 Skulpturenplatz@Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz
Screening by Đejmi Hadrović
EUROPA and Silent Observer

At 21.00 Skulpturenplatz@Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz
Performance with rapping by Mindj Panther (Simonida and Sandra Selimović, Vienna)

The performance is also connected with the major holiday for the Roma community, Feast of Saint George. It is celebrated on 6th May 2019.

7.05. 2019, Tuesday

At 12.00 to 15.00 Skulpturenplatz@Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz
Workshop by Heba Y. Amin with students and passers-by
Title workshop: Intimate Bureaucracy

Followed by interventions in space with talks and screenings.

At 15.00 Skulpturenplatz@Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz
Social food: »Beim Essen kommen die Leute Zam«

At 19.00 Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier
Museumsplatz 1, 1070, Vienna

Public lecture by Heba Y. Amin
Title lecture: Female Subjectivities and Technological Dystopias

Organized by Studio for Conceptual Art [Post-conceptual Art Practices]
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and Kunsthalle Wien
Egyptian artist Heba Y. Amin grounds her work in extensive research that looks at the convergence of politics, technology, and architecture. Techno-utopian ideas, as manifest in characteristic machines of soft colonial power, are at the heart of Amin’s work. Starting from the idea that landscape is an expression of dominant political power, Heba Y. Amin looks for tactics of subversion and other techniques to undermine consolidated systems and flip historical narratives through critical spatial practice.
CV: Amin teaches at Bard College Berlin, is a doctoral fellow in art history at Freie Universität, and a current Field of Vision fellow in NYC. She is the co-founder of the Black Athena Collective, the curator of visual art for the MIZNA journal (US), and co-curator for the biennial residency program DEFAULT with Random Association (IT). Furthermore, Amin is also one of the artists behind the subversive graffiti action on the set of the television series “Homeland” which received worldwide media attention. Amin lives in Berlin.

8.05.2019, Wednesday

At 12.00 to 15.00 Skulpturenplatz@Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz

Workshop by James Nguyen in situ with students and passers-by

Title workshop: Australia-Austria: A New Terra Nullius (immigration as amnesia) — the violence of recurrent colonisations in contemporary Australia
This workshop has been assisted by the University of NSW (Art & Design), Australia

CV: James Nguyen has received support and funding from The Australia Council for the Arts, Samstag, Creative Arts NSW, and the Clitheroe Foundation. Nguyen has completed a Bachelor of Pharmacy (Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga), a Bachelor of Arts. Honours (National Art School, Sydney), a Masters of Fine Arts (Sydney College of Arts, University of Sydney) and currently a Ph.D. candidate at the University of NSW (Arts & Design). Nguyen has also been a fellow at UnionDocs (Centre for Experimental Documentary Arts, NYC), co-founder of Astute Art Investments International, on the artist’s board for WestSpace and currently a Gertrude Contemporary Studio Artist, Melbourne.

Followed by interventions in space with talks and screenings. The reflections are connected with May 8, 1945, the unconditional surrender of Nazi Germany and the end of the WWII. Where are we standing today in the EU regarding rights?

At 15.00 Skulpturenplatz@Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz
Social food: »Beim Essen kommen die Leute Zam«

At 18.00 Skulpturenplatz@Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz
Statements and talk with the title: What do the disobedient bodies speak?
Organized by Grace Marta Latigo with the participation of Asma Aiad, Faris Cuchi, and Marissa Lobo
Talk with activists’ artists who carry historically marked bodies connecting intersectional questions and a narrative of epistemic disobedience. Disobedience is performed trough body-minds, body speeches, body genders, body sexualities and body counter hegemonic positions.

At 20.00 Skulpturenplatz@Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz
Screenings by
Screenings by
MAI LING, My name is Mai Ling
JACK Kollectiv, The Suitcase-Suit
Soli-Video-Kollektiv, MAIZ SOLI –VIDEO's

Cooking by Asma Aiad, Manuel Prammer with help by Cathérine Lehnerer

Sound equipment and sound providing by Robert Jolly

Zine concept by Megan Auður, Victoria Eliseykina, Cathérine Lehnerer, and Anna Sophie Stadler

May 9, 2019, Thursday
At 18.00

Where:

SEMINAR ROOM 1, BUILDING 9.2
INSTITUT FÜR KUNSTGESCHICHTE, UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA
UNIVERSITY CAMPUS, HOF 9
GARNISONGASSE 13, 1090 VIENNA
LECTURE BY Vasyl Cherepanyn (Kyiv)
Title: Gesamtkunstwerk Counter-Revolution

Lecture as part of The Art of Pedagogy, The Pedagogy of Art:
Institutions of Learning in Global Contemporaneity
Lecture Series, Summer 2019

In his lecture, Vasyl Cherepanyn will analyze the cultural and political context in Europe with regards to democracy affected by populism, the potential of political solidarity and the threat of the extreme right, arguing that the future of a united Europe is at stake for the left today. The presentation also focuses on the functioning of public institutions under the conditions of war in Ukraine, where radical attitudes and hostility have continued to increase, and hate speech has spread on both national and international levels, connecting symbolic and real violence to their influence on cultural processes. What actions need to be taken to reclaim democracy in a time when it became a fetish to cover the political alternative? How do ideological polarizations in contemporary societies affect the way the artistic field operates? Instead of speculating about what art and culture can bring to politics, it's the artists themselves who must proclaim – where art fails only politics can help?

CV: Vasyl Cherepanyn is Head of the Visual Culture Research Center (VCRC, Kyiv) and a lecturer at the Cultural Studies Department of the University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. He has been lecturing at European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), University of Helsinki, Free University of Berlin, Merz Akademie in Stuttgart, Masaryk University in Brno, Institute for Advanced Studies of the “Political Critique” in Warsaw, Greifswald University. He was a visiting fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He recently co-edited Guidebook of the Kyiv International (Medusa Books, 2018) and '68 NOW (Archive Books, 2019) and curated The European International and Hybrid Peace projects. VCRC is the organizer of The School of Kyiv – Kyiv Biennial 2015 and The Kyiv International – Kyiv Biennial 2017. VCRC has received the European Cultural Foundation's Princess Margriet Award for Culture in 2015, and the Igor Zabel Award Grant for Culture and Theory 2018.

May 15, 2019, Wednesday
13.00 to 17.00
Grimm/Krameritsch: LV Film und Fernsehen/Medientheorie

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

May 16 to May 21, 2019
PCAP RESEARCH TRAVEL TO ICELAND

SOME HIGHLITS OF THE PROGRAM

17.05.2019 Friday
Iceland Academy of Arts - Fine Arts department (Reykjavík).
Open doors - Rundgang exhibition, meeting students, presentations.

18.05.2019 Saturday

Driving day in Snæfellsnes to Snæfellsnes glacier area.
visit of the Library of Water (Roni Horn) on the way back to Reykjavík.

19.05.2019 Sunday

Museums and off spaces

20.05.2019 Monday
14.00 to 17.00
University of Iceland,
Gimli, IS-101, Reykjavík, Iceland

ROOM 101 booked

Lecture by Kristín Loftsdóttir (Prof. in Anthropology)
Crisis and Coloniality at Europe’s Margins: Creating Exotic Iceland.

Lecture for the PCAP supported by the Mobility and Transnational project in Iceland

After the lecture panel exchange students Reykjavík and Vienna.

21.05 to 23.05. 2019, Vienna
Second part entry exam AKBILD/IBK

May 22 2019, Wednesday

13.00 to 17.00
Grimm/Krameritsch: LV Film und Fernsehen/Medientheorie

WHERE: ROOM TO BE ANNOUNCED

May 27, 2019, Monday
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)
PCAP: at 16.00 in charge Maren Grimm

May 28, 2019, Tuesday
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)
PCAP: at 16.00 in charge Maren Grimm

May 29, 2019, Wednesday
13.00 to 17.00
Grimm/Krameritsch: LV Film und Fernsehen/Medientheorie
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

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June 3, 2019, Monday at 16.00



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