[artinfo] A kiallitasok lathatatlan tortenet szimpozium- reszletes program

dora hegyi hegyidora1 at gmail.com
Fri May 15 14:23:58 CEST 2009

A kiallitasok lathatatlan tortenete

A szimpozium nyelve angol.

Invisible History of Exhibitions
International symposium

Kretakor Bazis
(IX. Budapest, Gonczy Pal u. 2.)

21 May 2009, Thursday

10:00 -10:30
Welcome and introduction	
Dora Hegyi and Zsuzsa Laszla curators, Budapest (HU)

Revisiting exhibitions: reconstruction and re-contextualization

Reesa Greenberg, independent scholar, cultural historian, adjunct
Professor of Art History at Carleton University, Ottawa and York
University, Toronto (CA)

Exhibition histories: monographic, multimodal and meta-reconstructions

Vit Havranek, curator, project leader of tranzit.cz, Prague (CZ)

"Schizophrenic Love" - Emotional relations to the public exhibition space


Jelena Vesic, art historian, curator - Dušan Grlja, political theorist
prelom kolektiv, Belgrade (SRB)

The Case of Students' Cultural Centre, Belgrade in the 1970s

Branka Curcic, artist and researcher - Zoran Pantelic, artist,
producer, educator, kuda.org, Novi Sad (SRB)

The Novi Sad Neo Avant-garde of the 1960's and 1970's. Mapping of
Social and Art History in Novi Sad - Methodology of an Exhibition

lunch break

Archives - the archive as exhibition format and exhibition archives

Natasa Petresin-Bachelez, independent curator and writer, PhD
candidate at EHESS, Paris (SLO/FR)

Innovative forms of archive - exhibitions, events, books and museums

Andrea Tarczali, PhD candidate at ELTE University Budapest, art
historian, aesthetician (HU)

Intelligence Increase = Intelligence Enhancement

Isabelle Schwarz, art historian and curator, Sprengel Museum, Hannover (DE)

Independent Art Spaces in Hungary and Poland: Artpool Archive, the
Exchange Gallery and the Accumulatory Gallery


Yelena Kalinsky, art historian and curator, PhD candidate in the
Department of Art History at Rutgers University (RU)

Exhibiting Discourse: Performance and the Archive in Moscow Conceptualism

Magdalena Ziolkowska, art historian and curator, Muzeum Sztuki, Łodz (PL)
Idea Art

Keiko Sei, writer, curator, media-researcher (JPN/THA)
Exhibition in Video Cassette


Lecture by Tamas St.Auby, artist (HU)

22 May 2009, Friday

East European Exhibitions as tools of identity-politics

Georg Schöllhammer, writer and curator, chief editor of Springerin (AT)

Work with the Drawers, Slide Trays, Files and Boxes!

Izabel Galliera, phD student, History of Art and Architecture,
University of Pittsburgh (US)

Interrogating Curatorial Frameworks: Exhibitions of Art from Post-1989
Eastern Europe

coffee break

Maja and Reuben Fowkes, art historians and curators, translocal.org (GB,HR)

Partisan Exhibitions at the Zero Hour of Curatorial History

12:30- 14:00
lunch break

Exhibition making as an emancipatory practice

Judit Angel, art historian, curator, Kunsthalle Budapest (HU)

Complexul muzeal and related issues

Cristian Nae, art theoretician, assistant professor at G. Enescu Art
University, Iasi (RO)

>From Events to Processes. Rethinking Public Sphere in the History of
Periferic biennial.

Emese Suvecz, art critic, participant in the critical studies program
at Malmo Art Academy(HU)

Smuggling ideologies? - feminism in the Cold-War Hungary

Orshi Drozdik, visual artist based in Budapest and New York (HU/US)

The Female Nude Model. Life drawing and art practice in the
patriarchal art history and in the state-party's art politics

Ana Devic, art historian, curator, What, How and for Whom? (HR)

Revisiting the past, parallel researches

coffee break

Viktor Misiano, art critic and curator (RU)

Hamburg project versus Kliazma project. On Artistic Dialogue in a Time
of Transition

Round Table and closing discussion

How to make exhibitions about exhibitions? Between academic and
curatorial research

Moderator: Georg Schollhammer (AT)
Participants: Reesa Greenberg (CAN), Julia Klaniczay co-founder and
director of Artpool Art Research Center (HU), Livia Paldi chief
curator, Kunsthalle Budapest (HU), Katalin Timár curator and theorist
(HU), Ivet Curlin, art historian, curator - WHW (HR)

The panel aims to discuss different approaches dealing with historical
events and archives. Are academic scholars more precise in collecting
data and interpreting them "objectively", while does curatorial
research really aim to create inspirational collages out of facts?

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