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PCAP June 2019

June 3, 2019, Monday
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)
PCAP: at 16.00 in charge Maren Grimm

June 4, 2019,Tuesday
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)
PCAP: at 14.00 in charge Maren Grimm

June 5, 2019, Wednesday
13.00 to 17.00
Grimm/Krameritsch: LV Film und Fernsehen/Medientheorie
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

June 10, 2019, Monday
Holiday

June 11, 2019, Tuesday
Grzinic, meetings

June 11, 2019, Tuesday
Depot
Breite Gasse 3
A-1070 Wien

at 19.00
LGBTQ - Kunst 50 Jahre nach Stonewall

Gonzalo Casals, Leslie-Lohman Museum, New York
Jakob Lena Knebl, Künstler_in, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien

Das Leslie-Lohman Museum in New York ist weltweit das einzige Kunstmuseum, welches ausschließlich Künstler_innen mit LGBTQ-Erfahrung gewidmet ist. Was 1969 mit der ersten Ausstellung von schwulen Künstlern begann, ist zum international angesehenen Museum mit einer beachtlichen Kunstsammlung geworden. 50 Jahre nach dem Stonewall Aufstand ist es an der Zeit, nach den Auswirkungen der Bürgerrechtsbewegung LGBTQ auf die Kunstwelt zu fragen.

The Leslie-Lohman Museum in New York is the only art museum in the world dedicated exclusively to artists with LGBTQ experience. What began in 1969 with the first exhibition of gay artists has become an internationally renowned museum with a remarkable art collection. 50 years after the Stonewall uprising, it is time to ask about the impact of the LGBTQ civil rights movement on the art world.

Depot
Breite Gasse 3
A-1070 Wien
+43 (0) 699 13 53 77 10
depot@depot.or.at
www.depot.or.at

June 12, 2019, Wednesday
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

10.00 to 12.00
Collective cleaning space m1, pcap for the next semester

June 12, 2019, Wednesday
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

At 14.00 Students presentations

Lía C. Espinosa

Xhejlane Rexhepi

Dafina Sylejmani alias DACID GO8LIN

June 12, 2019, Wednesday
WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1)

17.00 Anka Leśniak
Presentation research project by Anka Leśniak

TITLE
What does "The Witch" represent today?
The sculpture by Teresa Feodorowna Ries and its missing element. Contemporary interpretations.

Anka Leśniak, Ph.D., artist and researcher, assistant professor at the Faculty of Sculpture and Intermedia of the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk (Poland). In 2019 she was awarded the OeAD Scholarship and currently she is an artist researcher at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, Studio for Conceptual Art/Post-conceptual art practices.

The presentation by Anka Leśniak will be a summary of her four-month research residency in Vienna on Teresa Feodorowna Ries (1874-1956), and in particular – her sculpture entitled "The Witch" (Die Hexe, 1895). Teresa Ries, a Russian woman sculptor of Jewish origin came to Vienna to develop her career as an artist. Despite the limitations imposed on her gender in that epoch, she became one of the most successful and recognized Viennese artists. She contributed to Austrian culture until she had to flee from Vienna, to save her life from the Nazis. Teresa Ries sculpture "The Witch" doing her toilette before the Witches Sabbath, exhibited in 1896 in Künstlerhaus, opened to the then 22 years old artist the door to her career. The figure of a young, naked sorceress cutting her toenails with the big scissors challenged the morality and aesthetic taste of conservative Viennese society and became both an object of admiration and insults.

CV:

Anka Leśniak is Polish contemporary artist, active in genres such as: installation, video-installation, video-art, performance art, performative painting. She graduated from Art History in the University of Lodz and the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz in Poland. She was also awarded with a Scholarship of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland (2011) and next years she received grants from the Mayor of the city of Lodz (2015), from the city of Gdansk (2016). Artist in residence of KulturKontakt in Vienna (2016).

In her art, she mainly focuses on the history of women and makes site-specific artworks. Most of her works is closely connected to the particular space or architecture, specifically with the use of abandoned houses or other features that have ceased to fulfil their former functions but for which a new use has not yet been found. She is interested in feminism, topics related to gender, body, ethnic identity, herstory, language and memory. She is an author of the cycles "Body Printing," "Top Models," "Fading Traces," "Women patRIOts," "Invisible in Visible."

www.ankalesniak.pl
www.invisiblewomen.info

June 17, 2019, Monday
At 17.00 Julien Segarra student mentor moderating a discussion

June 24, 2019, Monday
June 25, 2019, Tuesday

TITLE: Critical Inventory: Towards a Methodology of Contemporary Art History

Location: Seminar Room 1, Department of Art History, University of Vienna
University Campus, Hof 9, 1090 Vienna

2 days intensive program in collaboration with Uni Wien, prof. Banai.

For these 2 days together, our main aim is to have productive exchanges about the histories, theories, and methodologies of contemporary art history from a variety of perspectives; To make things lively, we tried to have a variety of formats, including talks, conversations, panels, and artistic interventions and offered a substantial platform to 'emerging voices' as participants and moderators (MA and Phd Students from Uni Wien and the Academy of Fine Arts).

From AkBild taking part: Đejmi Hadrović, Mika Maruyama

SELECTION:

Monday, June 24,2019
Location: Seminar Room 1, Department of Art History, University of Vienna
University Campus, Hof 9, 1090 Vienna

10:15am – 10:30am Opening welcome
10:30am – 12pm Emerging Voices
Đejmi Hadrović
Sexuality And Its Manifestation In Post-Yugoslav Cinematography

Eva Kovač
Specific Contexts demand Specific Methodologies: Writing about the critical role of language in performance art from the post-Yugoslav context

Miroslava Urbanova
Beyond the narratives? Writing about Slovak contemporary art, negotiating the
inscriptions of the Wartime Slovak state.

Moderation: Mika Maruyama

Monday, June 24, 2019

5:10pm – 6:10pm – Collectives and Self-Organized groups

Ivet Ćurlin
What, how and for whom of WHW

Andreja Dugandžić and Boriša Mraović
Hello, I'm doing a research

Siniša Labrović
Endless Adjustments

Alisa Beck
Nein, eure Suppe ess ich nicht
On side-effects and the aftermath of artistic practice in self-organized spaces

Moderation: Marina Gržinić

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Starts at 10.30 ……..

3:10pm – 3:50pm Conversation between Marina Gržinić and Jusuf Hadžifejzović

4:30pm -5pm Keynote Lecture: Gediminas Urbonas The Swamp School

June 28, 2019, Friday
Last day semester
10.00 to 12.00
ceremony issuing the diplomas

Next winter semester 2019/2020
First day, 7.10.2019, Monday at 16.00



 
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