[artinfo] SocialEast Seminar on Art and Documentary Ludwig Museum
Budapest 10 November 12-18pm
Maja & Reuben Fowkes
fowkes at translocal.org
Fri Nov 10 10:22:15 CET 2006
Forum on the Art and Visual Culture of Eastern Europe
SEMINAR NO.2 - ART AND DOCUMENTARY
Ludwig Museum Budapest Friday 10 November 2006 12-6pm
Tea and coffee
12.15 Welcome: Reuben Fowkes (MIRIAD Manchester Metropolitan University)
12.30 Socialist Memory Film Screening Part I:
Anri Sala, Intervista, 1998 (25 min)
13.00 Lynda Morris (Norwich School of Art and Design)
'Picasso: Peace or Freedom: Sheffield Peace Congress 1950'
13.30 Anton Lederer (Rotor Graz)
'Don't trust the pictures. Some examples of manipulation in art'
Lead by Jim Aulich (MIRIAD Manchester Metropolitan University)
14.20 Eva Forgacs (Pasadena Art Centre for Design)
'Documenting Socialism and its Culture'
14.50 Angela Harutyunyan (University of Manchester)
'Collective Memory Fragmented: Public Symbols and Political Power in Minsk'
Lead by János Sugár (Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest)
16.20 Socialist Memory Film Screening Part II
Introduced by Maja and Reuben Fowkes (Translocal.org)
Zbynek Baladran (Czech Republic), Working Process, 2004 (9 min)
Arturas Raila (Lithuania), The Girl is Innocent, 1999 (17 min)
Goran Devic (Croatia), Imported Crows, 2005 (22 min)
Johanna Billing (Sweden) Magical World, 2005 (6.12 min)
17.30 Final discussion
18.00 End of programme in Ludwig Museum
18.30 Private View of Revolution is not a Garden Party
Trafó Gallery, Liliom utca 41, IX District, Budapest
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