[artinfo] Maljkovic kirugása

SI-LA-GI . silagiart at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 26 14:00:45 CEST 2007


   Jo, jo illetve nem jo nem jo, vagy .....  MI az OKA hogy kirugtak
   Maljkovic urat ? ?
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     >    1. Fwd: David Maljkovic kicked out from the Croatian Pavilion
     in
     >       Venice (anna balint)
     >    2. FW: EINLADUNG zur Ausstellungseröffnung  FUTURAMA
     >       (David Wilkinson)
     >    3. SOCIALEAST SEMINAR ON ART AND MEMORY (Zagreb 21 April 2007)
     >       (Maja & Reuben Fowkes)
     >    4. TALK/SHOW | tranzit workshops, bratislava, sk | march 07 -
     >       april 14, 2007_x | march 27 - 31 = 4th week (lehocka)
     >
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     >Message: 1
     >Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2007 15:38:00 +0200
     >From: anna balint <anna.drotposta at gmail.com>
     >Subject: [artinfo] Fwd: David Maljkovic kicked out from the
     Croatian
     > Pavilion in Venice
     >To: artinfo at c3.hu
     >Message-ID: <3992E455-56EB-4E99-B53B-61A9E7343209 at no-log.org>
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     >közreadom, persze...
     >nem mintha Magyarországon sokkal különb lenne a helyzet.
     >. pdf mellékletben küldöm a tiltakozó levelet azoknak, akik
     aláírnák.
     >ab
     >
     >Begin forwarded message:
     >
     > >
     > >
     > >
     > > I will distribute the letter on different lists, Anna  will do
     > > through syndicate and all over. It is funny though, or  tragic,
     > > better to say, Marina
     > >
     > >
     > >
     > > Dear Anna Balint, dear Marina Grzinic,
     > >
     > >
     > >
     > > You might have already heard about it: again the commissioner &
     > > curator of a Croatian pavilion kicked out the selected artist.
     This
     > > time it happened to David Maljkovic, who was appointed to
     represent
     > > his country at Biennale di Venezia. This is an alarmingly
     similar
     > > case to what happened to Sanja Ivekovic 3 years ago.
     > >
     > >
     > >
     > > You posted 2002 statements of solidarity with Sanja Ivekovic on
     the
     > > syndicate website; it would be really great if you could help
     to
     > > circulate the remonstrative letter to the Croatian Minister of
     > > Culture, which was send today by fax & mail.
     > >
     > >
     > >
     > > If you need any further information, please do not hesitate to
     > > contact us.
     > >
     > >
     > >
     > > Best regards,
     > >
     > > Sabrina van der Ley & Markus Richter
     > >
     > >
     > >
     > >
     > >
     > > EUROPEAN ART PROJECTS
     > > PROJECT OFFICE
     > > GEIBELSTRASSE 1 / 10961 BERLIN
     > > T +49.30.69 81 94 13 / F +49.30.69 81 94 15
     > > FRONT OFFICE
     > > EUROPEAN ART PROJECTS GMBH
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     >Message: 2
     >Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2007 18:06:22 +0200
     >From: "David Wilkinson" <david.wilkinson at chello.hu>
     >Subject: [artinfo] FW: EINLADUNG zur
     Ausstellungseröffnung  FUTURAMA
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     >-----Original Message-----
     >From: Agnes Gelencser [mailto:gelencser at hungaricum.de]
     >Sent: 23 March 2007 13:23
     >To: xantus at gymsmuzeum.hu
     >Subject: EINLADUNG zur Ausstellungseröffnung FUTURAMA
     >
     >
     >
     >(For English version see please
     >www.sparwasserhq.de / Current and Upcoming / Futurama)
     >
     >EINLADUNG ZUR AUSSTELLUNGSERÖFFNUNG
     >
     >FUTURAMA AND RE-INVENTING TRADITION?
     >Künstler aus Berlin, Budapest und Singapur
     >
     >Casper Cordes
     >Róza El-Hassan
     >Gábor Erdei
     >Jeremy Hiah
     >Tibor Horváth
     >Lilla Khoór / Will Potter
     >Ella Klaschka
     >Tamás Komoróczky
     >Sylwia Ludas
     >Miklós Mécs
     >András Medvegy
     >Lise Nellemann / János Fodor
     >Hajnal Németh / István Majoros
     >Katarina Sevic
     >Tamás St. Auby
     >Tommy Střckel
     >David Wilkinson
     >Ming Wong
     >
     >Kuratiert von János Fodor und Lise Nellemann
     >
     >ERÖFFNUNG
     >
     >am Donnerstag, 29. März 2007 ab 19.00 Uhr
     >im Collegium Hungaricum Berlin (Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 9,
     Berlin-Mitte)
     >um 20.30 Uhr PERFORMANCE mit Würstchen von David Wilkinson
     >ab 21.00 Uhr AUFTRITT der acht MC-s des
     >MC-Monument: Nobel Noise Records, I.J., BonoRooS,
     >Chaos Paar & Dj-Ipsy, Mando, Chloressi, Yeman, David Devilist,
     Mystic
     >Trainer
     >und PARTY mit DJs im Café Geissler und im Foyer
     >
     >AUSSTELLUNG vom 30. März bis 9. Mai 2007
     >
     >Die Ausstellungskonzeption ist anhand eines
     >Singapur-Aufenhaltes von Janos Fodor und Lise
     >Nellemann im Herbst 2006 entstanden. Gezeigt
     >werden Objekte, Installationen, Foto- und Videoarbeiten.
     >
     >"Während subjektive Selbstreflexion und eine
     >gewisse Integrität, die von kultureller
     >Diversität entsteht, die Basis eines nationalen
     >Einheitsgefühls darstellen könnten, erleben wir
     >Geschichtsschreibung und Mythologien, die ein
     >nationales Einheitsgefühl bilden sollten, eher
     >als bequeme Klischees, die keine Verbindung mit
     >einem gelebten Alltag anbieten. Vergangenheit und
     >Zukunft sind Geschöpfe der Gegenwart. Als
     >Arbeitsthese schauen wir uns Zukunft und
     >Vergangenheit als Fiktion an (als wäre es eine
     >Sci-fi-Geschichte), mit der Notiz, dass die
     >Geschichte von uns allen akzeptiert werden muss und doch keine
     Fiktion ist."
     >
     >Eine Ausstellung des CHB in Zusammenarbeit mit Sparwasser HQ
     Berlin.
     >
     >RAHMENPROGRAMM
     >
     >2.-3. April: Seminare mit Ong Keng Sen am
     >Eingeladener Gast der Ausstellung ist der
     >international renommierte Kurator Ong Keng Sen,
     >Direktor des Theaters und Kunstraumes 72-13 in
     >Singapur, der János Fodor und Lise Nellemann für
     >den Aufenthalt in Singapur im Herbst 2006
     >eingeladen hat. <http://www.72-13.com/>www.72-13.com
     >
     >Montag, 2. April, 20.00 23.00 Uhr
     >CHB Konferenzraum, Café und Terrasse
     >Ong Keng Sen stellt die Projekte
     >Creatives-in-Residence und Arts Networtk Asia
     >(ANA) vor. Anschließend offene Diskussionsrunde
     >mit eingeladenen Künstlern und Kuratoren aus Berlin.
     >
     >Dienstag, 3. April, 20.00 24.00 Uhr
     >CHB Konferenzsaal, Café Geissler und Terrasse
     >Ong Keng Sen präsentiert ausgewählte
     >Theaterproduktionen und kuratorische Projekte
     >the interphase between production and process,
     >and all the crazy things in between
     >Anschließend Party
     >
     >Donnerstag, 26. April, 21.00 22.00 Uhr
     >CHB Konferenzsaal, Café und Terrasse
     >Sebastian Biskup
     ><http://www.sparwasserhq.de/Index/HTMLmar7/sebastian.htm>small
     town boy"
     >Anschließend Party mit DJ 22.00 -02.00
     >
     >Freitag, 4. Mai
     >Tag der offenen Tür der Kulturinstitute in Berlin
     >CHB Ausstellungsraum, Kinosaal, Café Geissler und Terrasse
     >16.00 17.00 Uhr Führung durch die Ausstellung
     >durch die Kuratoren Lise Nellemann und Janos Fodor
     >17.00 18.00 Uhr KINO ABEND Vorprogramm, Performancserie
     >20.00 22.00 Uhr
     ><http://www.sparwasserhq.de/Index/HTMLmar7/kino.htm>Alice
     >Münch und Ella Klaschka laden ein zum KINO
     >ABEND mit many small acts by many
     >participants". Durch den Abend führt Ariane Pauls.
     >22.00 03.00 Uhr DJ Party
     >
     >Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch!
     >
     >Mit herzlichen Grüßen
     >Agnes Gelencser
     >
     >Collegium Hungaricum Berlin
     >Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 9
     >10178 Berlin-Mitte
     >www.hungaricum.de
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     >
     >Message: 3
     >Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2007 21:03:32 +0100
     >From: "Maja & Reuben Fowkes" <fowkes at translocal.org>
     >Subject: [artinfo] SOCIALEAST SEMINAR ON ART AND MEMORY (Zagreb 21
     > April 2007)
     >To: <artinfo at lists.c3.hu>
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     >SOCIALEAST SEMINAR ON ART AND MEMORY
     >Mimara Museum Zagreb, Saturday 21 April 2007
     >
     >The SocialEast research forum considers the art and visual culture
     of
     >Eastern Europe through collaborative projects, exhibitions and
     seminars. The
     >goal of SocialEast is to encourage comparative research into the
     art history
     >of the countries of Eastern and Central Europe, as well as
     consider wider
     >issues in socialist visual culture and beyond. The fourth seminar
     focuses on
     >the role of artists in excavating memories of the socialist
     period. It
     >considers the role of artists, curators and researchers in
     analysing and
     >processing public memories and consciousness, as well as the role
     of visual
     >representations in our understanding and recoding of Eastern
     Europe's
     >socialist past.
     >
     >Speakers include:
     >Zdenka Badovinac (Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana)
     >Erased Memory
     >
     >Misko Suvakovic (Belgrade University)
     >Title to be confirmed
     >
     >Katarzyna Ruchel-Stockmans (University of Leuven)
     >Self-portrait with a Hammer and Sickle. Defining the Self through
     Socialist
     >Symbols
     >
     >Lara Weibgen (Yale University)
     >Performance as "Ethical Memento": Art and Self-Sacrifice in
     Communist
     >Czechoslovakia
     >
     >Andrzej Szczerski (Krakow University)
     >Why PRL now? Translations of Memory in Contemporary Polish Art
     >
     >Hedwig Turai (Institute of Art History Budapest)
     >Past - Unmastered: Comparing Hot and Cold Memory
     >
     >Simon Rees (CAC Vilnius)
     >On A Wing and a Prayer: flying in the face of national expectation
     -
     >Lithuania at Venice 2007
     >
     >Marko Lulic (Vienna)
     >Artist presentation
     >
     >For abstracts, biographies, programme details and booking
     information,
     >please see the SocialEast Forum website www.socialeast.org
     >
     >The SocialEast Forum is an initiative of Dr.Reuben Fowkes, MIRIAD
     Manchester
     >Metropolitan University www.miriad.mmu.ac.uk email:
     r.fowkes at mmu.ac.uk
     >
     >
     >
     >
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     >
     >Message: 4
     >Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2007 09:07:02 +0200
     >From: "lehocka" <lehocka at nextra.sk>
     >Subject: [artinfo] TALK/SHOW | tranzit workshops, bratislava, sk |
     > march 07 - april 14, 2007_x | march 27 - 31 = 4th week
     >To: office at tranzit.org
     >Message-ID: <mailman.786.1174900739.51402.artinfo at lists.c3.hu>
     >Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-2"
     >
     >tranzit.sk bratislava | kunstverein muenchen munich
     >
     >goethe institute bratislava | british council
     >
     >vysoka skola vytvarnych umeni | vysoka skola muzickych umeni
     >
     >vas pozyvaju na | invite you to the
     >
     >
     >
     >TALK/SHOW
     >
     >
     >
     > >> 4. TYZDEN | >> 4TH WEEK
     >
     >
     >
     >(POZOR!!! | ATTENTION!!!) UTOROK | TUESDAY 27., prednáąka |
     lecture, V©VU,
     >18.00
     >
     > >> ANDREAS NEUMEISTER,
     >
     >ANDREAS NEUMEISTER (DE) je spisovatel z Mnichova, ktoreho
     literarna praca
     >obsahuje ideu vizualnosti. Jeho dia premietanie a citanie z  ,Da
     Real World'
     >nas naviguje cez nekonecne horizonty acronym saturujich nase
     zivoto-svety.
     >
     >ANDREAS NEUMEISTER (DE) is a Munich based writer who regularly
     incorporates
     >the idea of the visual in his literary work. His slide-show and
     reading ,Da
     >Real World' navigates through the ubiquitous horizon of acronyms
     saturating
     >our life-worlds.
     >
     >
     >
     >STREDA | WEDNESDAY 28., premietanie | screening, (POZOR!!! |
     ATTENTION!!!)
     >V©MU, 18.00
     >
     > >> ANNA SANDERS FILMS,
     >
     >ANNA SANDERS FILMS (F) je fiktivna osoba zijuca v Parizi. Za
     maskou Anny
     >Sanders pracuje kolektiv umelcov s filmarov, ktori produkuju 35mm
     filmy
     >oscilujuce na hrane dokumentu a filmoveho pribehu. V ramci
     TALK/SHOW
     >prezentujeme 35mm filmy od Liam Gillick, Pierre Huyghe, Philippe
     Parreno,
     >Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
     >
     >ANNA SANDERS FILMS (F) is a fictitious persona living in Paris.
     Behind the
     >mask of Anna Sanders operates a collective of artists and
     filmmakers that
     >produces on 35 mm films that oscillate between documentary and
     fiction. The
     >selection for TALK/SHOW will present works by Liam Gillick, Pierre
     Huyghe,
     >Philippe Parreno, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
     >
     >
     >
     >©TVRTOK | THURSDAY 29., prednáąka | lecture, V©VU, 18.00
     >
     > >> MICHAELA MELIAN,
     >
     >MICHAELA MELIÁN (DE) je mnichovska umelkyna a hudobnicka, ktora
     prednasa na
     >Akademii umenia v Hamburgu. Je zakladajucim clenom FSK a v jej
     umeleckej
     >praxi znovuozivuje zabudnute historie politickeho disentu. Jej
     prispevkom
     >pre TALK/SHOW je trans-historicka panorama mnichovskej bohemy od
     1910 do 70
     >rokov minuleho storocia.
     >
     >MICHAELA MELIÁN (DE) is a Munich based artist and musician
     currently
     >teaching at the Art Academy of Hamburg. She is a founding member
     of FSK and
     >in her artistic work negotiates neglected histories of political
     dissent.
     >Her contribution to TALK/SHOW is a trans-historical panorama of
     Munich
     >bohemia from the 1910s to the 1970s
     >
     >
     >
     >PIATOK | FRIDAY 30., prednáąka | lecture, V©VU, 18.00
     >
     > >>  FLORIAN HECKER,
     >
     >FLORIAN HECKER (AT/DE) je umelec a hudobnik zijuci vo Viedni.
     Hecker patri k
     >najinovativnejsim kreativnym, kulturnym tvorcom v ramci
     medzinarodnej sceny
     >elektronickej hudby, mimo inych, pracuje s technologiami
     vytvorenymi
     >archietktmi pod vedenim priekopnika elektronickej hudby Ianisa
     Xenakisa.
     >
     >FLORIAN HECKER (AT/DE) is an artist and musician based in Vienna.
     Hecker is
     >considered as one of the most innovative creative cultural
     producers in
     >international electronic music working, among others, with
     technologies
     >developed by architect and electronic music pioneer Ianis Xenakis.
     >
     >
     >
     >SOBOTA | SATURDAY 31., projekty | projects, tranzit dielne |
     workshops,
     >18.00
     >
     > >> JEREMY DELLER, ANNA SANDERS FILMS, MICHAELA MELIAN, FLORIAN
     HECKER,
     >ANDREAS NEUMEISTER,
     >
     >LUCA FREI, SCOTT KING, PUBLISH AND BE DAMNED, PABLO LEON DE LA
     BARRA,
     >STEPHAN DILLEMUTH, SEAN SNYDER, LOCAL MODERNITIES, ANARCHITEKTUR,
     JAN
     >VERWOERT
     >
     >'The Battle of Orgreave' of Jeremy Deller,  Michaela Melian's
     panoramatic
     >mural, Andreas Neumeister's ,Da Real World' slide show,
     soundperformance of
     >Florian Hecker, films of Anna Sanders Films, Luca Frei's  'Gruppo
     Parole e
     >Immagini', Anarchitektur's The Preliminary Charter of Oppositional
     >Architecture, Perangola workshop of Pablo Leon de la Barra,
     'Casio, Seiko,
     >Sheraton, Toyota, Mars' of Sean Snyder, Archive of Local
     Modernities,
     >situation of Stephan Dillemuth, Scott King's large mural, Jan
     Verwoert's
     >posters and more than 600 publications of Publish and be Damned.
     >
     >JEREMY DELLER (UK) je londynsky umelec, nositel prestiznej Turner
     Prize
     >2004. V jeho praci sa pohybuje medzi rolou umelca, kuratora a
     tvorcu
     >sirokeho spektra projektov ktore su casto zalozene na principe
     ucasti, casto
     >presuva hranice medzi vysokym a nizkym, umenim a kazdodennou
     kulturnou
     >praxou. Pre TALK/SHOW osobne uvedie 'The Battle of Orgreave',
     masivnu
     >rekonstrukciu strajku britskych banikov z 1984/85.
     >
     >JEREMY DELLER (UK) is a London based artist and winner of the
     prestigious
     >Turner Prize 2004. In his work he shifts between the roles of
     artist,
     >curator and producer of a broad range of projects that often take
     shape in
     >participatory modes and frequently sidestep the common
     demarcations between
     >high and low, between art and everyday cultural practices. For
     TALK/SHOW he
     >will personally present 'The Battle of Orgreave', a massive
     re-enactment of
     >the British miner's strike of 1984/85.
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     > >>
     >
     >TALK/SHOW
     >
     >prednasky (stredy, stvrtky, piatky - VSVU) a | lectures
     (wednesdays,
     >thursdays, fridays - AFAD) and
     >
     >projekty (soboty - tranzit dielne) | projects (saturdays - tranzit
     >workshops) - od | by
     >
     >ANARCHITEKTUR (DE),
     >
     >PABLO LEON DE LA BARRA (MEX/UK),
     >
     >JEREMY DELLER (UK),
     >
     >STEPHAN DILLEMUTH (DE),
     >
     >LUCA FREI (CH),
     >
     >SOEREN GRAMMEL (DK/AT)
     >
     >FLORIAN HECKER (AT),
     >
     >SCOTT KING (UK)
     >
     >LOCAL MODERNITY / HEIKE ANDER (AT/DE),
     >
     >MICHAELA MELIAN (DE),
     >
     >ANDREAS NEUMEISTER (DE),
     >
     >PUBLISH AND BE DAMNED / KIT HAMMONDS (UK),
     >
     >ANNA SANDERS FILMS (F), FEAT. LIAM GILLICK (UK), DOMINIQUE
     GONZALES-FOERSTER
     >(F), PIERRE HUYGHE (F), PHILIPPE PARRENO (F),
     >
     >SEAN SNYDER (USA/DE),
     >
     >JAN VERWOERT (DE)
     >
     >
     >
     >CURATED BY
     >
     >STEFAN KALMAR & DANIEL PIES
     >
     >KUNSTVEREIN MUNICH (DE)
     >
     >
     >
     >OD | FROM MAREC | MARCH 07
     >
     >DO | TO APRIL 14, 2007
     >
     >V | AT
     >
     >tranzit dielne | workshops
     >
     >studena 12, bratislava, slovensko | slovakia
     >
     >otvorene od stredy do soboty
     >
     >open from wednesday to saturday
     >
     >od | from 15:00 do | to 18:00
     >
     >&
     >
     >vysoka skola vytvarnych umeni
     >
     >hviezdoslavovo nam 15, bratislava
     >
     >&
     >
     >vysoka skola muzickych umeni
     >
     >svoradova 1, bratislava
     >
     >
     >
     >  <http://www.tranzit.org/> www.tranzit.org
     >
     >www.kunstverein-muenchen.de
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >TALK/SHOW PROGRAM
     >
     >
     >
     >STREDA | WEDNESDAY 07., prednáąka | lecture, V©VU, 18.00
     >
     > >> JAN VERWOERT
     >
     >
     >
     >©TVRTOK | THURSDAY 08., prednáąka, | lecture, V©VU, 18.00
     >
     > >> PUBLISH AND BE DAMNED / KIT HAMMONDS
     >
     >
     >
     >PIATOK | FRIDAY 09., prednáąka, | lecture, V©VU, 18.00
     >
     > >> SCOTT KING
     >
     >
     >
     >SOBOTA | SATURDAY 10., projekty | projects, tranzit dielne |
     workshops,
     >18.00
     >
     > >> SCOTT KING, PUBLISH AND BE DAMNED, JAN VERWOERT
     >
     >
     >
     >STREDA | WEDNESDAY 14., prednáąka | lecture, V©VU, 18.00
     >
     > >> STEPHAN DILLEMUTH
     >
     >
     >
     >©TVRTOK | THURSDAY 15., prednáąka | lecture, V©VU, 18.00
     >
     > >> SOEREN GRAMMEL
     >
     >
     >
     >PIATOK | FRIDAY 16., prednáąka | lecture, V©VU, 18.00
     >
     > >>  LOCAL MODERNITIES / HEIKE ANDER
     >
     >
     >
     >SOBOTA | SATURDAY 17., projekty | projects, tranzit dielne |
     workshops,
     >18.00
     >
     > >> PABLO LEON DE LA BARRA, SEAN SNYDER, STEPHAN DILLEMUTH, LOCAL
     >MODERNITIES,
     >
     >SCOTT KING, PUBLISH AND BE DAMNED, JAN VERWOERT
     >
     >
     >
     >STREDA | WEDNESDAY 21., prednáąka | lecture, V©VU, 18.00
     >
     > >> ANARCHITEKTUR
     >
     >
     >
     >©TVRTOK | THURSDAY 22., prednáąka | lecture, V©VU, 18.00
     >
     > >> LUCA FREI
     >
     >
     >
     >SOBOTA | SATURDAY 24., projekty | projects, tranzit dielne |
     workshops,
     >18.00
     >
     > >> ANARCHITEKTUR, LUCA FREI
     >
     >LOCAL MODERNITIES, PABLO LEON DE LA BARRA, STEPHAN DILLEMUTH, SEAN
     SNYDER,
     >SCOTT KING, PUBLISH AND BE DAMNED
     >
     >
     >
     >UTOROK | TUESDAY 27., prednáąka | lecture, V©VU, 18.00
     >
     > >> ANDREAS NEUMEISTER
     >
     >
     >
     >STREDA | WEDNESDAY 28., premietanie | screening, V©MU, 18.00
     >
     > >> ANNA SANDERS FILMS with LIAM GILLICK, DOMINIQUE
     GONZALES-FOERSTER, PIERRE
     >HUYGHE, PHILIPPE PARRENO
     >
     >
     >
     >©TVRTOK | THURSDAY 29., prednáąka | lecture, V©VU, 18.00
     >
     > >> MICHAELA MELIAN
     >
     >
     >
     >PIATOK | FRIDAY 30., performnce, tranzit dielne | workshops, 18.00
     >
     > >> FLORIAN HECKER
     >
     >
     >
     >SOBOTA | SATURDAY 31., projekty | projects, tranzit dielne |
     workshops,
     >18.00 (- APRIL 14, 2007)
     >
     > >> JEREMY DELLER, ANNA SANDERS FILMS, MICHAELA MELIAN, FLORIAN
     HECKER,
     >ANDREAS NEUMEISTER,
     >
     >LUCA FREI, SCOTT KING, PUBLISH AND BE DAMNED, PABLO LEON DE LA
     BARRA,
     >STEPHAN DILLEMUTH, SEAN SNYDER, LOCAL MODERNITIES, ANARCHITEKTUR,
     ANDREAS
     >NEUMEISTER, JAN VERWOERT
     >
     >
     >
     >TALK/SHOW does what it says: over the period of 4 weeks a group of
     >altogether 16 internationally reknown artists and cultural
     practioners are
     >invited to deliver a TALK at Bratislava Academy of Fine Arts and
     Design. In
     >the course of this programme a SHOW will build up step by step at
     tranzit
     >workshops, with each invited guest contributing a work to the
     show. On a
     >non-pragmatic level, however, TALK/SHOW also signifies the media
     format
     >epitomizing what critics have called the denigration of the public
     sphere.
     >Before the background of recent developments in the urban and
     political
     >landscape of Bratislava, the project TALK/SHOW thus revolves
     around issues
     >of the constitution of the public sphere and questions of public
     access to
     >urban as well as discursive spaces in the face of their increasing
     >normalisation, commercialisation and privatisation. TALK/SHOW will
     try to
     >enter a dialogue with a local public by presenting comparable
     developments
     >within the so-called 'Western' world through the work of 16
     international
     >artists, architects, musicians, graphic designers, filmmakers and
     curators
     >whose practices share a common interest in exploring the
     possibilities of
     >articulating parallel structures to mainstream economies of space
     and
     >discourse: sub-economies, sub-communities, sub-publishing,
     sub-architectures
     >and sub-designs. While the invited groups and individuals are
     analysing and
     >infiltrating the political, economical and urban realities of the
     early 21st
     >Century, they at the same time employ these conditions to divert
     resources
     >towards forms of production that critically re-negotiate questions
     of power,
     >ownership and authorship within the public sphere. In this
     TALK/SHOW  brings
     >together a unique and internationally outstanding group of
     creative
     >producers that are not only able to present developments and
     strategies
     >parallel to those experienced in Slovakia but as a whole might
     create an
     >atmosphere of inter-cultural exchange within which both sides will
     be able
     >to discover common grounds.
     >
     >STEFAN KALMAR & DANIEL PIES - K.M
     >
     >
     >
     >ANARCHITEKTUR (DE) is a group of Berlin based architects and
     theoreticians,
     >regularly publishing a magazine on contemporary debates about
     architecture
     >and urban planning. They are also the initiators of the  "Camp for
     >Oppositional Architecture" that, continuing in the tradition of
     socially
     >committed groups of architects such as C.I.A.M. or Team 10,
     discusses the
     >framework and opportunities for a politically involved
     contemporary
     >production of architectural space.
     >
     >
     >
     >PABLO LEÓN DE LA BARRA (UK/MEX) is a London based artist, curator,
     publisher
     >and gallerist, who has curated numerous exhibitions dealing with
     urban and
     >artistic practices all across Europe and South America. For
     TALK/SHOW de la
     >Barra will initiate a Perangola workshop at tranzit workshops. -
     BE
     >MARGINAL, BE HEROIC! - SPECIAL EVENT ON SATURDAY 17: Parangole
     workshop with
     >very special guest PABLO LEÓN DE LA BARRA (UK/MEX). Parangole is
     an artistic
     >practice developed by Brasilian modernist Helio Oiticica, central
     figure of
     >the South-American Anthropophagia movement of the 1960s, which
     involves the
     >collective production of costumes, capes and clothes from leftover
     textiles
     >and other materials. BRING ONE PIECE OF CLOTH OR PLASTIC TO CREATE
     YOUR OWN
     >PARANGOLE!, "My entire evolution, leading up to the formulation of
     the
     >Parangole, aims at this magical incorporation of the elements of
     the work as
     >such, in the whole life-experience of the spectator, whom I now
     call
     >'participator'." | Helio Oiticica, Notes on the
     Parangole  *Parangole,
     >slang, meaning animated situation and sudden confusion and/or
     agitation
     >between people.
     >
     >
     >
     >JEREMY DELLER (UK) is a London based artist and winner of the
     prestigious
     >Turner Prize 2004. In his work he shifts between the roles of
     artist,
     >curator and producer of a broad range of projects that often take
     shape in
     >participatory modes and frequently sidestep the common
     demarcations between
     >high and low, between art and everyday cultural practices. For
     TALK/SHOW he
     >will present 'The Battle of Orgreave', a massive re-enactment of
     the British
     >miner's strike of 1984/85.
     >
     >
     >
     >STEPHAN DILLEMUTH (DE) is a Munich based artist and cultural
     activist. He
     >will present his artistic work as well as his collaborative
     research and
     >project work from Friesenwall (Cologne) to Papertiger TV, the
     Summer Academy
     >(Munich) and his speculative inquiry into the history of bohemia
     and the
     >'Lebensreform'-movement.
     >
     >
     >
     >LUCA FREI (SWE/CH) is a Swiss artist living in Lund, Sweden. In
     his work he
     >has consistently been exploring the borders between art as an
     autonomous
     >aesthetic practice and as a participatory public process. In
     Bratislava he
     >will present his series of fictitious political posters 'Gruppo
     Parole e
     >Immagini".
     >
     >
     >
     >SOEREN GRAMMEL (DE/AT),  is a curator presently working as
     director of
     >Grazer Kunstverein, Graz (AT). Among many other projects he has
     curated
     >Videonale 9, Bonn, Telling Histories, Munich, and was initiator of
     the
     >video-archiv on documentary practices 'It's Hard to Touch the
     Real'.
     >Throughout his career he has been challenging the common standards
     of
     >exhibition making. Soeren Grammel will introduce his curatorial
     work and
     >initiate a workshop on performative practices in curating in
     collaboration
     >with Daniel Pies.
     >
     >FLORIAN HECKER (AT/DE) is an artist and musician based in Vienna.
     Hecker is
     >considered as one of the most innovative creative cultural
     producers in
     >international electronic music working, among others, with
     technologies
     >developed by architect and electronic music pioneer Ianis Xenakis.
     >
     >
     >
     >SCOTT KING (UK) is a London based artist and one of the most
     important
     >graphic designers of his generation. Among others, he has been art
     director
     >of ID Magazine, Sleazenation, designed record covers for
     Morrissey, Pet Shop
     >Boys, Suicide and also publishes the fanzine CRASH!
     >
     >
     >
     >LOCAL MODERNITIES (DE/AT) is a research project mapping the
     locally specific
     >articulations of post-war modernist architecture in the former
     Soviet
     >Republics and their relations amongst each other. Heike Ander,
     curator and
     >critc based in Vienna and Munich, will introduce the project and
     its rich
     >archive of photographic documents.
     >
     >
     >
     >MICHAELA MELIÁN (DE) is a Munich based artist and musician
     currently
     >teaching at the Art Academy of Hamburg. She is a founding member
     of FSK and
     >in her artistic work negotiates neglected histories of political
     dissent.
     >Her contribution to TALK/SHOW is a trans-historical panorama of
     Munich
     >bohemia from the 1910s to the 1970s
     >
     >
     >
     >ANDREAS NEUMEISTER (DE) is a Munich based writer who regularly
     incorporates
     >the idea of the visual in his literary work. His slide-show and
     reading ,Da
     >Real World' navigates through the ubiquitous horizon of acronyms
     saturating
     >our life-worlds.
     >
     >
     >
     >PUBLISH AND BE DAMNED (UK) is a touring archive and annual fair
     for
     >alternative artists' publications that has, among others, been
     presented at
     >Cubitt, London, Casco, Utrecht and LA MOCA, Los Angeles. Publish
     And Be
     >Damned was initiated by Emily Pethick and Kit Hammonds, who will
     introduce
     >the project at Bratislava Academy of Fine Arts.
     >
     >
     >
     >ANNA SANDERS FILMS (F) is a fictitious persona living in Paris.
     Behind the
     >mask of Anna Sanders operates a collective of artists and
     filmmakers that
     >produces on 35 mm films that oscillate between documentary and
     fiction. The
     >selection for TALK/SHOW will present works by Liam Gillick, Pierre
     Huyghe,
     >Philippe Parreno, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
     >
     >
     >
     >SEAN SNYDER (DE/US) is a Berlin based artist whose work is an
     extended
     >research into the imagery and the reporting of war. The intention
     is not to
     >comment on political issues, but to investigate the
     representational modes
     >of events that are consumed second hand. Snyder will present his
     video
     >'Casio, Seiko, Sheraton, Toyota, Mars' produced for 9th Istanbul
     Biennial
     >which maps the transnational migration of global brands across
     enemy
     >territories and ideological demarcations.
     >
     >
     >
     >JAN VERWOERT (DE) is a Berlin based critic working as contributing
     editor
     >for frieze. He teaches at Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam and
     writes, among
     >others, for Metropolis M, Afterall and Piktogram. His talk ,From
     >Appropriation to Invocation' discusses the crisis of
     historiography
     >coinciding with the crisis of the nation state and our definitions
     of social
     >communities: ,Many seek to bring back the national myth. But this
     is not
     >where we want to go. We live surrounded by the ghosts of
     unresolved
     >conflicts. Evoking these ghosts in the clandestine ceremonies of
     critical
     >art practice may open up ways to construct alternative communities
     around a
     >different sense of shared histories.'
     >
     >
     >
     >and others...
     >
     >
     >
     >www.tranzit.org <http://www.tranzit.org/>
     >
     >www.kunstverein-muenchen.de <http://www.kunstverein-muenchen.de/>
     >
     >
     >
     >TALK/SHOW
     >
     >podporuje | is supported by
     >
     >goethe institut bratislava
     >
     >british council bratislava
     >
     >auswartiges amt bundesrepublik deutschland
     >
     >academy of fine arts
     >
     >academy of dramatic arts
     >
     >magyar koztarsasag kulturalis inteze
     >
     >institute francaise
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >kunstverein muenchen
     >
     >podporuje | is supported by
     >
     >Kulturreferat der Landeshauptstadt München
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >tranzit.sk
     >
     >podporuje | is supported by
     >
     >SLOVENSKA SPORITELNA
     >
     >  <http://www.slsp.sk/> www.slsp.sk
     >
     >
     >
     >tranzit
     >
     >podporuje | is supported by
     >
     >ERSTE BANK GROUP:
     >
     >ERSTE BANK | SLOVENSKA SPORITELNA | CESKA SPORITELNA
     >
     >  <http://www.erstebank.at/>
     www.erstebank.at  <http://www.slsp.sk/>
     >www.slsp.sk  <http://www.csas.cz/> www.csas.cz
     ><http://www.erstebankgroup.net/> www.erstebankgroup.net
     >
     >
     >
     >--------------------------------------------------------------
     >
     >
     >
     >tranzit dielne | workshops & tranzit ateliery | studios
     >
     >podporuje | is supported by
     >
     >SHOPPING PALACE & SORAVIA GRUPPE
     >
     >  <http://www.shoppingpalace.com/> www.shoppingpalace.com
     www.soravia.at
     >
     >a  | and
     >
     >SWAN
     >
     >www.swan.sk
     >
     >--------------------------------------------------------------
     >
     >
     >
     >s podakovanim | with thanks to
     >
     >ATELIER R
     >
     >BAGLS
     >
     >KONSEPTI
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >
     >End of Artinfo Digest, Vol 49, Issue 34
     >***************************************
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