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Monday, 29. November 2004


PROGRAM DECEMBER 2004


6. December 2004, Monday

At 15.00 until 19.00

Diploma works presentations (Exam in January 2005):

Gabrielle Cram

Lilla Khoor

Project presentations:

Mike Fleischner

Andreas Duscha

6. December 2004, Monday

At 19.30 meetings two classes

FLUC PROJECT 18-20.January 2005

Details of the program

Organizational data

Leaflet printing

6. December 2004, Monday

At 22.00 FILM SCREENINGS

*DERRIDA, 2002, 85 minutes

Jacques Derrida (July 15, 1930 – October 8, 2004) was an Algerian-born French literary critic and philosopher of Jewish descent, considered the first to develop "deconstruction".

When French philosopher Jacques Derrida visited a USC classroom several years ago, his erudite arguments, charming accent and wavy white hair elicited a series of soft sighs. Mixing an excellent score by Ryuichi Sakamoto with interviews, lectures and snippets from everyday life, the film offers the standard chronicle of personal details — he was born in 1930 in Algeria, dreamed of being a soccer star and today suffers from sleeplessness — along with a précis of his philosophy, which is founded on the rejection of the idea of origins. This rejection spins off into numerous paradoxes to become deconstruction, a much-misunderstood term that is addressed not only by Derrida, but by the form of the documentary itself, which frequently calls attention to the process of its making. Derrida reflects frequently on the inability to chronicle a life, or to approach truth, and the filmmakers don’t hide the fact that they’re present, or the fact that what they’re making is implicitly biased and incomplete. For Derrida, there is no original truth by which to measure things. But for some, that will be beside the point. The film takes you into Derrida’s life: What does he eat for breakfast? What’s on his bookcase? How does he get along with his wife? The result is fascinating, whether you’re smitten by him or his work, or simply intrigued by contemporary thought. (Holly Willis)

Screening organized by Martina Lunzer-Brem.

*POSTSOCIALIZEM + RETROAVANTGARDA + IRWIN (POST-SOCIALISM + RETROAVANTGARD + IRWIN) 22.05 min, 1997

The video is based on the philosophical text “Mapping Post-socialism” about the cultural-artistic and political space of ex-Yugoslavia. The philosophical text elaborates thinkers as Hegel, Zizek and Derrida. Three artists - art groups respectively coming from Ljubljana - (IRWIN), Zagreb (Mladen Stilinovic) and Belgrade (the artist known only by his fake name, as “Kasimir Malevich”) with their artistic projects and especially with their relation to the socialist and post-socialist ideology code in a specific way the ex-Yugoslavia territory. The result of this coding process is retroavantgarda, a specific aesthetic and social movement produced by these artists in the 1990s.

7. December, 2004, Tuesday

INDIVIDUAL MEETINGS

At 9.00Lidija

At 9.30 Alexander

7. December, 2004, Tuesday

At 12.00 to 15.00

Projects presentation

Criss Bonelli

Christian Mayer

Dorian Bonelli

7. December, 2004, Tuesday

At 15.30 until 18.00

GUEST IN THE CLASS: PRESENTATION with talk

Nazar Hontschar (UKRAINA)

Presentation organized by Klaus Goelz.

13.-17. December, 2004
FILM SEMINAR by HARUN FAROCKI

FERIEN/HOLIDAYS

  1. 12 –7. January 2005 !


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