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APRIL 2024 PCAP

Holidays 25.03 to 7.04 2024 IMPORTANT 2 ZOOMS

On Wednesday, 3.04 2024 at 15.00 a ZOOM meeting with 11 positions going to BIP Mainz

On Friday, 5.04 2024 at 15.00 a ZOOM meeting preparation for the 8.04 2024 at 15.00 in Vienna; coming together in the studio PCAP with professors, students, and the vice Rektor Skvara, PLENUM ON SPACE USAGE.

START OF THE MONTH

Monday, 8 April, 2024

at 15.00

WHERE: Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1) PLENUM IN PRESENCE students PCAP, FILM, and professors and guest Vice Rektor, Infrastructure, Werner Skvara, discussion on the usage of the space.

Monday, 8 April, 2024 At 17.00

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

Finalization of Erasmus's presentation Metis Pertsch Mayline Choukroun

At 19.00

Presentation final diploma 16 04 2024 Manuel Prammer

Tuesday, 9 April 2024

At 15.00

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

SHORT MEETING BIP MAINZ for details staying, travel portfolio uploads.

BIP Mainz Travel participating

Asma Aiad Jupiter Rhea Braun Lukas Brunner Persy-Lowis Bulayumi Mariya Dmitrieva Finn Mühl Ertugrul Özbayraktar Pramila Lama Valentin Pfenniger Fedor Shmelkin Tatiana Sukhareva

DETAILS: THE TRAVEL AND STAYING 20-24.05.2024, Mainz Germany Kunsthochschule BIP Mainz Attending: Klasse Grcic, Klasse Bool Mainz Academy of Fine Arts approx 25 students Klasse: Marina Grzinic Vienna Academy of Fine Arts, 11 students Klasse Frederic Pradeau, Klasse XX Academy of Fine Arts Marseille hopefully 8-10 students

Program: PRACTICE CHAOS. Through a workshop format with guests LaTourelle/Witthof, we will bring students together in both digital/physical, and practice/discussion formats to learn from differing methodologies and encourage risk-taking and overlaps. EXHIBITION IN MAINZ FOLLOWS

IMPORTANT:

Upload the portfolio work for the show on 22.04 2024. MONDAY! 2 workshops before ZOOM with the curators and all students (DETAILS WILL BE PROVIDED ZOOM CONNECTION)

WORKSHOPS:

FIRST:
ZOOM 10.04.2024, 10.00 to 13.00

SECOND: ZOOM 30.04 2024, 13.00 to 17.00

Tuesday, 9 April 2024

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

Student presentation Adel Hashemi

Preparation for guest visits in the week 15 to 19.04.2024 2 great positions from Australia lecture, workshop, book talk, and panel.

Wednesday 10.04 2024 Students going to BIP Mainz Workshop ZOOM 10.00 to 13.00 ZOOM

Guest curators LaTourelle/Witthof, exhibition project ALL STUDENTS TAKING PART as well from MARSEILLES and MAINZ. Discussion of curatorial methodology. TAKE PART

Thursday, 11 April, 2024 DO NOT MISS!

At 18.00 ZOOM Zoom-Link akbild-ac-at.zoom.us Meeting ID: 656 1207 5762

IBK lectures Zoom organized by Marina Grzinic with suggestions by Oke Fijal., Sen Reyes, Melina Vesely, and Frau Diamanda

Who is afraid of class struggle? And some other behavior patterns

Lecture by Sergio Zevallos, Berlin and Lima, as part of the IBK lectures.

In this talk Sergio Zevallos will make a journey through different periods of his artistic work, relating them to the political context in which he was living, and to the controversial behaviors and ideas that were generated at that point. The talk develops as a memory of a performance praxis for a social survival and the graphical way of recording that experience. He will present some representative projects for each period, also describing in detail aspects of the processes of their realization.

Sergio Zevallos is a multidisciplinary artist noted for his subversive body actions, photographs, drawings, and installations. He was co-founder of Grupo Chaclacayo (Lima, Peru), a collective of the 1980s that dealt with the intersection of religion, gender, and armed conflicts. In 1989 the group migrated to Germany until it dissolved in 1994. Since then he lives and works between Lima and Berlin. Zevallos works on issues of transcultural identity, gender, and the relationship between the individual and power, or between intimacy and the codes of institutionality. He configures his performative works, installations, photographs, drawings, and sound compositions by collecting images and texts of public circulation, press, popular magazines, television programs, educational manuals, and religious images, which he then recontextualizes and reinterprets anew.

Monday, 15.04.2024

at 15.00 meeting in PCAP LARS* commission students representatives, only for students

Monday, 15.04.2024 WHERE: Schillerplatz, Mezannin, lecture room M13a WHEN: 18.00 to 20.00

Keynote Lecture by Dr. Suvendrini Perera and Dr. Joseph Pugliese Settler Colonialism: Its Ongoing Itineraries of Violence

In this lecture we present an overview of our transnational research project Deathscapes: Mapping Racial Violence in Settler Colonial Societies (2016–2020). The project maps racialised deaths in custody and technologies of state violence across several settler states – and their points of origin in the European metropolis. What is distinctive about the research is its grounding of present-day anti-refugee and anti-migrant violence in the ongoing logics of the settler-colonial state and its foundational denial of Indigenous sovereignty.

Drawing on case studies from Australia to Gaza, we discuss some of the key analytical concepts that underpin the conceptual and political fabric of the project. We also outline how the Deathscapes website functions as an anti-archive that refuses the settler state’s purely forensic accounts and reductively statistical tabulations of the Indigenous and refugees deaths generated by its regimes of racialised elimination. We conclude by demonstrating how the Deathscapes site acts as an interface for diverse forms of engagement and exchange among communities, activists, artists and researchers who oppose contemporary settler colonial violence and who are committed to transformative justice outcomes.

Suvendrini Perera is John Curtin Distinguished Emeritus Professor, Curtin University, Australia.

Joseph Pugliese is Professor at the Department of Media, Communications, Creative Arts, Language and Literature, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

Organized in the frame of the Erasmus + project and the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. An event in the scope of Conviviality as Potentiality: From Amnesia to Pandemic towards Convivial Epistemologies (FWF AR 679, 2021–2025).

Tuesday, 16.04.2024 MORNING DIPLOMA EXAM

Tuesday, 16.04.2024

WHERE: Studio ART and INTERVENTION/Concept (PCAP), Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 1OG Atelier Süd (M1) WHEN: 16.00 to 18.00

Workshop Indigenous Femicide, Art and Resistance

Workshop with Suvendrini Perera (John Curtin Distinguished Emeritus Professor, Curtin University, Australia) and Joseph Pugliese (Professor at the Department of Media, Communications, Creative Arts, Language and Literature, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia) on Indigenous femicide, art and resistance.

Please note: The preparatory viewing consists of three items to watch or read in advance.

  1. A feature film that is currently very much in the news, Martin Scorsese's Killers of the Flower Moon. This can be streamed in full on many sites. www.youtube.com.

  2. Say her name, a brief Canadian documentary by an Indigenous filmmaker, Rain. Available on YouTube www.nonviolenceny.org.

  3. The Deathscapes case study Indigenous Femicide and the Killing State. Available at webarchive.nla.gov.au. We will go through this site with the students. As they are Fine Arts Academy students we will focus on art as resistance.

Wednesday, 17.04.2024

WHERE: bibliobox (bookshop focusing on representation of BIPOC literature), Rosa-Luxemburg-Gasse 1-9, 1160 Wien WHEN: 18.30

Bookshop Discussion Suvendrini Perera, Joseph Pugliese (eds.), Mapping Deathscapes: Digital Geographies of Racial and Border Violence (Routledge, 2022)

Thursday, 18.04.2024

WHERE: Tanzquartier Wien GmbH, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien WHEN: 18.00

Panel discussion Migration and Borders in the Globalised World: Living Together in Conviviality?

Border regimes and processes of marginalisation counteract forms of convivial coexistence in different ways in neoliberal nation states, at present as well as in the past. What can be done about this? Which strategies can be used to boost conviviality in this context? And what does it take to make living convivially possible within different societies in the first place?

Suvendrini Perera, Joseph Pugliese, Amani Abuzahra and Monika Mokre will discuss these and other questions on conviviality in a transcontinental panel discussion. Chaired by Marina Gržinić.

An event in the scope of Conviviality as Potentiality: From Amnesia to Pandemic towards Convivial Epistemologies (FWF AR 679, 2021–2025).

Suvendrini Perera is John Curtin Distinguished Emeritus Professor at Curtin University, Australia. Her previous books include: Survival Media (Palgrave, 2017), Australia and the Insular Imagination (Palgrave, 2009) and Reaches of Empire (Columbia University Press, 1992). With Sherene Razack she co-edited At the Limits of Justice: Women of Colour on Terror (Toronto University Press, 2014).

Joseph Pugliese is Professor of Cultural Studies at Macquarie University, Australia. His previous books include: Biometrics: Bodies, Technologies, Biopolitics (Routledge, 2010), State Violence and the Execution of Law: Torture, Black Sites, Drones (Routledge, 2012) and Biopolitics of the More-Than-Human: Forensic Ecologies of Violence (Duke University Press, 2020).

Amani Abuzahra, who holds a doctorate in philosophy and is an author, is one of the best-known speakers on the topic of anti-Muslim racism in Austria. Her research and lecturing activities have taken her to the USA, Finland, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and the University of Istanbul. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna. Her latest publication: Ein Ort namens Wut (K&S Verlag).

Monika Mokre is a political scientist and senior scientist at the Institute of Cultural Studies of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. She teaches at several universities in Vienna. She is politically active in the areas of asylum, migration and prison. Relevant recent publications: Liberation knowledge as a research program. Thinking with Heinz Steinert (Westfälisches Dampfboot, 2022; co-editor), The city as a site of solidarity (transversal 2021; co-editor).

Marina Gržinić is a doctor of philosophy and works as a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Marina Gržinić has published numerous articles, essays and several books and has been a video artist in the field of political film for 40 years. She is currently leading the research project Conviviality as Potentiality (FWF AR 679) with her research team Dr. Sophie Uitz, Dr. Jovita Pristovšek, Dr. Araba Evelyn Johnston-Arthur and Mag. Asma Aiad (convivialityaspotentiality.akbild.ac.at).

Monday, 22.04 2024

UPLOAD OF THE PORTFOLIOS BY STUDENTS GOING TO BIP MAINZ

BIP Mainz travel participating Asma Aiad Jupiter Rhea Braun Lukas Brunner Persy-Lowis Bulayumi Mariya Dmitrieva Finn Mühl Ertugrul Özbayraktar Pramila Lama Valentin Pfenniger Fedor Shmelkin Tatiana Sukhareva

Tuesday, 23.04 2024 At 16.00 meeting on ZOOM My Meeting PCAP regular meeting let's talk on and reflect on CONVIVIALITY EPISTEMOLOGIES

Tuesday 23.04 2024 at 16.00 Time: Apr 23, 2024 16:00 Vienna

Join Zoom Meeting akbild-ac-at.zoom.us

Meeting ID: 616 6485 5081

An intensive week wonderful guests SUVENDRINI PERERA and JOSEPH PUGLIESE, meet and discuss, some of the concepts, spaces we use and meet, and what was said, a very necessary process of what is beautifully subsumed as CONVIVIALITY EPISTEMOLOGIES!

PCAP reflection on the guests from Australia, perspectives and knowledge

Monday, 29.04 2024 At 16.00 meeting on ZOOM

Intro Travesti strategy. Guests in Vienna, Frau Diamanda and Pêdra Costa. When 30.04 2024 at 18.00

Where Wohlmut: Wohlmutstraße 4

Marina Grzinic Mauhler is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: My Meeting PCAP REGULAR: TRAVESTI EPISTEMOLOGIES Time: Apr 29, 2024 16:00 Vienna

Join Zoom Meeting akbild-ac-at.zoom.us

Meeting ID: 687 3091 1151

Tuesday, 30.04 2024

From 13.00 to 17.00 ZOOM students only BIP MAINZ 2 workshop

Tuesday, 30.04 2024

When: 18.00 Where: Wohlmut, Off-Space Wohlmutstraße 4/1020, 1020 Vienna

Join us in a performative event

TITLE: Travesti Wanderings and Other Migrations

A central stage is taken by two remarkable positions

Frau Diamanda (Perú, 1971)

Translator, writer, travesti audiovisual artist, drag performer, independent curator, cultural infector, DJ, and occasional actress based in Barcelona.

Pêdra Costa (Brazil, 1978)

Groundbreaking Brazilian performance and transdisciplinary artist,
visual & urban anthropologist, performer, and tarot reader based in Berlin.

Travesti Wanderings and Other Migrations is a creative exploration and artistic journey that delves into the complexities of travesti, sexual dissidence, history, knowledge, work, migration, and coloniality. A live talk between Frau Diamanda and Pêdra Costa serves as a performative event is bringing forth a radical reimagining of sexual history, pleasure, power, and the processes of racialization within Europe. Shedding light on what constitutes sexual dissidence and the significance of the travesti identity, as well as anti-canonical knowledge and strategies from various countries in Latin America, is central to this event. Latin America's differing societal and political landscapes highlight the importance of understanding and addressing travesti experiences. This event also touches upon the history of colonialism by white imperial Europe and its contemporary manifestations.

At 20.00 community kitchen, food by ARA (pay as you wish, pay as you can).

With DJ Frau Travesti Residente into MayDay. The bar for drinks will be open.

Concept and organization: Oke Fijal, Marina Grzinic, Sen Reyes, Melina Vesely

Supported by MA7, WOHLMUT, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna/ Art and Intervention /Concept

May 1, 2024 WEDNESDAY MAYDAY labor rights at the forefront.



 
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