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PCAP March 2021


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MARCH 2021

March 1, 2021, Monday At 16.00 1 meeting summer semester Join Zoom Meeting Marina Grzinic Mauhler is inviting you to a scheduled Join Zoom Meeting akbild-ac-at.zoom.us

Meeting ID: 556 346 5501 Passcode: 334556#

Topic: Pcap regular Time: Mar 8, 2021 16:00 Vienna

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Meeting ID: 556 346 5501 Passcode: 334556#

March 2, 2021, Tuesday Zoom 16.00 to 18.00 Project in public space, preparation, presentations

March 8, 2021, Monday March 8th International Women’s Day Zoom 16.00 to 18.00 Join Zoom Meeting akbild-ac-at.zoom.us

Meeting ID: 556 346 5501 Passcode: 334556# at 16.00 presentation ERASMUS Imrich Veber

Intro into work Rizvana Bradley lecture 11.03. 2021

March 9, 2021, Tuesday Zoom 16.00 to 18.00

Project in public space, preparation presentation of written proposals clusters by

Nathalie Koebli, Markus Haas, Sisanmi Schuller, Valentin Pfenniger

Numan, Imrich Veber

Johannes Fischer

Kyra Wilhelmseder

Ju Yoo

Flavio Merlo

plus Robert Jolly and Ju Yoo drafting the idea based on the notes from meeting partners: Smashing Worlds/Smashing camp lab at 17 15 Sara Bissen project in preparation exchange

CCC and PCAP. CCC Research Master Program at HEAD – Geneva School of Art and Design, SWITZERLAND By zoom meeting with the students. Exchange. Sara Bissen invited us. WE HAVE THE DATE for the GENEVA collaboration: 19.04 MONDAY at 16.00 ALTERNATION CCC and PCAP, students, 15 minutes and feedbacks from our side: Michelle Seidl, Robert Jolly, Henrie Dennis, Demian Keihsler, Chandra Esser, Sisanmi Schuller, Numan Mohammad, Tino Zimmermann, Ju Yoo, Rui Bai, Imrich Veber, Flavio Merlo,Susanna Nuwordu, Sarah Jackel, Markus Haas, Kyra Wilhelmseder

March 11, 2021, Thursday IMPORTANT and MANDATORY Zoom 18.00 LECTURE The Aesthetics of Seriality POSTOPONED TO 18.03 2021

March 15, 2021, Monday Zoom 16.00 to 17.45 Join Zoom Meeting akbild-ac-at.zoom.us

Meeting ID: 556 346 5501 Passcode: 334556#

at 16.00 Presentations ERASMUS Tino Zimmermann Johannes Fischer PLUS Intro Nomusa Mahhubu lecture on 22.03 at 18.00, and, Intro Anna Menyhért lecture on trauma and digital platforms on 24.03 2021 at 15.00

15.03.202, Monday, special invitation 18:00 until 19:30 kueltuergemma Link to the Live-Talk: Join Zoom Meeting us02web.zoom.us

Meeting ID: 898 8906 7680 Passcode: 809680

BE CAREFUL! to FIRST REGISTER THROUGH THIS ZOOM LINK!

It is with great honor that we announce the online lecture “A Forty Year Dance toward Liberation" from the Maestra Cherríe Moraga on March 15th at 18:00 until 19:30 as part of the Be longing* online series in the frame of the “kültüř gemma! Is On!” An Online Gathering Bringing Together and Celebrating Migrant + BIPoC Artists in Vienna''. Moderation: Sara Hassan and Marissa Lôbo. Technical Support: Heather Saenz Cherríe Moraga will present an open-ended conversation on the evolving promise of transnational woman of color feminism, beginning with the publication of This Bridge Called My Back - Writings by Radical Women of Color in 1981. She will also speak of her current political and cultural engagement as co-founder/director of Las Maestras Center for Xicana[x] Indigenous Thought, Art and Social Practice in California. Cherríe Moraga is an internationally recognized poet, essayist and playwright whose professional life began in 1981 with her co-editorship of the groundbreaking feminist anthology, This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color. The author of several collections of her own writings, including: A Xicana Codex of Changing Consciousness, Loving in The War Years, and Waiting in the Wings: Portrait of a Queer Motherhood.

March 16, 2021, Tuesday Zoom 16.00 to 18.00 Join Zoom Meeting akbild-ac-at.zoom.us

Meeting ID: 556 346 5501 Passcode: 334556# Project in public space, preparation, presentations FINALISATION to ENTER the papers March 18, 2021

March 18, 2021 Thursday LECTURE of dr. RIZVANA BRADLEY at 18.00 (postponed from 11.03.2021)

NEW ZOOM CONNECTION/Mar 18, 2021 18:00 Vienna

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Meeting ID: 976 9350 3005

LECTURE The Aesthetics of Seriality RIZVANA BRADLEY (UC BERKLEY)

Guest lecture by Rizvana Bradley organized by the Conceptual Art Studio/ IBK/ Prof. Marina Grzinic/ in the context of »Ringvorlesung IBK« Summer Semester 2021.

Moving between discussions of film, photography, drawing, painting, and performance, this talk offers a meditation on the relationship between aesthetic seriality and violence. Specifically, it aims to think about seriality in relation to questions of violence, dispossession, affect, and gesture to address the abstract refrains of fugitivity, flight, and refusal within black aesthetics.

CV: Dr. Rizvana Bradley is Assistant Professor of Film and Media at UC Berkeley. Before coming to UC Berkeley, Bradley was an Assistant Professor in the History of Art and African American Studies at Yale University. Her scholarship and writing on contemporary art, film, and media has been published in Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture, Black Camera: An International Film Journal, and Film Quarterly, as well as other journals. She curated a number of academic arts symposia, including events at the British Film Institute, London, the Serpentine Gallery, London, and most recently, the Stedelijk Museum of Art, Amsterdam.

Organized in collaboration with the Performative Digital LAB of the project Smashing Wor(l)ds: Cultural Practices for re/Imagining & un/Learning Vocabularies, supported by Creative Europe and led by kulturen in bewegung, an initiative by VIDC, Vienna.

March 22, 2021, Monday at 16.00 until 17.00 we meet to discuss previous lectures

March 22, 2021, Monday

IMPORTANT and MANDATORY Zoom 18.00

LECTURE NOMUSA MAHKUBU (The University of Cape Town, South Africa) Guest lecture by Nomusa Makhubu (South Africa) organized by the Conceptual Art Studio/ IBK/ Prof. Marina Grzinic, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Zoom link: Zoom-Meeting beitreten us02web.zoom.us

Meeting-ID: 822 6820 1810 Kenncode: 931289

Belly of the Beast – Disobedience, Decoloniality and Class Struggle The question of class remains central to the Southern African Decolonial movements and Fallism, globally.

Cv: Nomusa Makhubu (BFA, MA, PhD, PGDHE, Rhodes University) is an art historian and artist based at the University of Cape Town. She is the recipient of the ABSA L’Atelier Gerard Sekoto Award (2006) and the Prix du Studio National des Arts Contemporain, Le Fresnoy (2014). Makhubu is the chairperson of Africa South Art Initiative (ASAI). She is a member of the South African Young Academy of Science (SAYAS). Makhubu is an American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS-AHP) fellow and was a research fellow of the Omooba Yemisi Adedoyin Shyllon Art Foundation (OYASAF) in Nigeria, Lagos. She is the chairperson of the Africa South Art Initiative (ASAI). Makhubu was a committee member of the National Arts Festival. She was a recipient of the CAA-Getty travel award in 2014. She co-edited a Third Text Special Issue: ‘The Art of Change’ (2013) and later co-curated the international exhibition, Fantastic, in 2015. Her current research focuses on African popular culture, photography, interventionism, live art and socially-engaged art. She lectures Art History and Visual Culture at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Organized in collaboration with the Performative Digital LAB of the project “Smashing Wor(l)ds: Cultural Practices for re/Imagining & un/Learning Vocabularies,” supported by Creative Europe and led by kulturen in bewegung, an initiative by VIDC, Vienna, and with DEPOT (Kunst und Diskussion), Vienna.

March 23, 2021, Tuesday At 16.00 until 18.00 Join Zoom Meeting akbild-ac-at.zoom.us

Meeting ID: 556 346 5501 Passcode: 334556# Presentations projects ERASMUS Markus Haas Rui Bai

March 24, 2021, Wednesday IMPORTANT AND MANDATORY

at 15.00 ZOOM Online-Webinar: us02web.zoom.us

Trauma in the Digital Age. The Representation, Transmission, and Processing of Trauma on Social Media

Guest lecture by Anna Menyhért (Budapest) organized by the Conceptual Art Studio/ IBK/ Prof. Marina Grzinic, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.

Since the 2000s, social media networks have introduced major changes in the way people are regularly exposed to content related to the traumatic experiences of others (wars, catastrophes, individual disasters, violence, and rape). Social media provides information even in cases which mainstream (state-run) media do not cover. Exposure to traumatic content may have an unsettling effect on users, but social media is also used for processing trauma. This project investigates the representation, transmission, and processing of trauma – individual as well as collective, historical, and intergenerational – in the digital environment. The project focusses on how each digital media platform shapes trauma-related communication according to their affordances. It draws on case studies linked to different social media platforms including Facebook groups related to the Holocaust; transnational migratory trauma in Hungarian migrants’ blogs; contemporary implications of the Treaty of Trianon as transmitted via YouTube; the resilience of gender-based trauma victims in connection with the #MeToo campaign on Twitter; and a comparative analysis of bystander behaviour during the Holocaust and in a digital context, including the study of cyberbullying on Facebook and Instagram.

CV: Anna Menyhért is Professor of Trauma Studies at the Budapest University of Jewish Studies. From 2016 to 2018, she was a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellow at the University of Amsterdam. Previously, she led the Trauma and Gender in Literature and Culture Research Group at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. Her research interests include trauma studies, social media studies, memory studies, critical theory, and women’s writing.

Organized in collaboration with Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies /Das Wiener Wiesenthal Institut für Holocaust-Studien (VWI).

NEXT MEETING 12.04. 2021, MONDAY at 16.00

SEE THAT 29.03 2021 UNTIL 11.04.2021 is Easter holidays



 
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