m1 (turm4)
Monday, 31. May 2004



collaboration of bonvicini + grzinic classes
ERFOLGLOSE KÜNSTLER ein Film von Jose van der Schoot
präsentiert von Monica Bonvicini
Donnerstag, 3. Juni 18.00h
Projektraum, Kurzbauergasse 9, 1020 Wien

07/06/04, Monday, 10.00-16.00

Diploma exams Academy of Fine Arts

Class diploma exam by ROLAND SEIDEL

Students from the class are welcome to follow the exams

08/06/04, Tuesday, 10.00-18.00

Diploma presentations Akbild – all departments Fine Arts

09/06/04, Wednesday, 11.30 at turm4

meeting with Charlotte Pöchhacker, director Medien und Architektur Biennale Graz; please students that took photos from the one day workshop situation in Graz in December 2003 to bring the photos: Julia, Ivan, Dorian, David...

09/06/04, Wednesday

At 14.00 until 16.00 lecture Marina Grzinic at Hochschule für Angewandte Kunst, Wien, Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz 2, A-1010 Wien, at the class of Dr. Gerda Lampalzer - Oppermann on video art and video art history

14-16/06/04, MONDAY - WEDNESDAY

collaboration of bonvicini + grzinic classes

Workshop by Rainer Waigmann

Title: FREE MEDIA: radio, Internet, streaming

at turm 4
from 12.00 to 15.00

Workshop as part of the program/project space, labour, medialization by two classes Prof. Bonvicini and Prof. Grzinic at the Academy.


MEETING/BEGINNING OF THE WORKSHOP: 14/06/04, Monday, at 12.00 TURM 4/Akbild

17/06/04, Thursday at turm 4

Exhibition diplomas from the class that received auszeichen in 2003/2004

Ralo Mayer/ Philipp Haupt

Priska Graf


AULA/Akbild: Drawing contest/Fugepreis: D. Kellner, T. Maresch

21/06/04, Monday

collaboration of bonvicini + grzinic classes

At 14.00 until 16.00 at turm4

Lecture by Timothy Druckrey (USA) on the state of things in new media technology, art and politics

Timothy Druckrey is an independent curator, critic and writer concerned with issues of media history, representation, and technology. He has taught in graduate programmes at the International Center of Photography, the School of Visual Arts, and the Center of Creative Imaging. He lectures internationally about the cultural impact of digital media, the transformation of representation, and communication in interactive and networked environments. He edited "Electronic Culture: Technology and Visual Representation" (Aperture), collecting essays on the social impact of digital technology, and worked in curatorial collaborative for exhibitions in New York (Formulations) and Helsinki.

Open to general public. LANGUAGE: ENGLISH!


HARUN FAROCKI seminar !!!!

Prof. Farocki will announce the detailed program and hours in June.

25/06/04, Friday

At 15.00 until 18.00 at turm 4

class meeting: talks

collaboration of bonvicini + grzinic classes

28/06/04, 16:00-22:00 &

"maximum break" Diplomexhibition by Roland Seidel @ t4

29/06/04, Tuesday

9.00 to 14.00 individual meetings room 114

at 15.00 until 18.00 at turm 4

Class meeting: talks, reading: video programs


30/06/04, Wednesday

9.00 to 14.00 individual meetings and talks room 114

01/07/04 THURSDAY

Academy, ending of the semester, diploma ceremony ......

to come to the opening of the exhibition at pavelhaus

A-8490 Laafeld (20 minutes from Graz), Ass. Prof. Gleich to be contacted for details

Opening at 19.00 of the exhibition: RADIKALE POSITIONIERUNG

International exhibitions of art works displaying a radical position in relation to questions of the social, political and historical, artists from Austria, Slovenia, Serbia

A BUS WILL TAKE ALL THE INTERESTED students for free FROM vienna TO laafeld and return them back late evening.... opening party, food, countryside, and gossip talks ....

04/10/04, Monday at 16.00 at turm 4!

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Camp for Oppositonal Architecture

Camp for Oppositional Architecture
Berlin, Germany, June 25th till 27th 2004

This international camp is searching for
possibilities of resistance within the field of architecture and planning.
How to criticize the demands of a capitalist production of space?
How to take a non-affirmative part within this powerful contiguity?

e.g. with
Dr. Simone Hain (Berlin), Prof. Elisabeth Blum (Zürich),
Prof. Peter Marcuse (New York), Agentur Urbane Anarchisten (Berlin), Architough (Kopenhagen), Casagrande Laboratory (Helsinki), GLAS (Glasgow),
Lab-Place (Istanbul), Stadt im Regal (Berlin),
Martin Luce (t4 Wien/Hamburg)


The small part of the built environment that is subject to planning at all is almost completely controlled by the claims of capitalistic utilization: globalized markets and cultures ask for commodified spaces, nation states and corporations require spectacular architectures for representative purposes, the multitude of consumer subjects demands room for individualized privacy. What?s left to do?

From June 25th till 27th 2004, An Architektur organizes the "Camp for Oppositional Architecture" - an international, open congress on the possible ways of resistance within the scope of architecture and planning. The Camp will seek to find, explore and discuss oppositional perspectives of agency that criticize the demands of a capitalistic production of the built environment and try to take a non-affirmative part within this powerful contiguity. How could politically relevant and emancipative work on the basis of planning and architecture or with the means of their critique look like today? Are there any possibilities to challenge and oppose the social order from within the field of planning in a productive way? What are the relevant oppositional stances, practices, strategies or coalitions that might be imagined and realized today?

During the Camp a variety of approaches will be discussed all of which enable political agency by linking planning to participation and protest. An Architektur invites theorists, offices, initiatives and other groups active within these fields to present and develop their positions together. The Camp will take place in the centre of Berlin in a former production building. An ?indoor village? designed and built by students of the University of the Arts (faculty of architecture) will provide overnight accommodation as well as private and working space.

The Camp will start on Friday evening with a public event to outline the possibilities and conditions of critical agency in planning and architecture. Over the weekend the Congress will progress with short statements by all participants and internal workshops. Topical working groups envisaged are on new clienteles/alternative construction industry, open source planning/participation, architecture as a form of protest/oppositional ways of building and on concepts for widening the scope of the profession. Results will subsequently be presented to the public in a kind of topical fair or exhibition. The contributions to and results of the Camp will be published in An Architektur 14.

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