Research projects

03 e 04/04: simpósio – Berlim/Salvador: Reapropriação Urbana Entre Marketing e Autoafirmação
Instituto Cultural Brasil-Alemanha
Salvador/Bahia,  Av. Sete de Setembro, 1809, Vitória, Brasil

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| Gespräch zur Kunst im öffentlichen Raum
| Donnerstag, 30. Jänner 2014, von 16 bis 22 Uhr
| im Kunstraum Niederoesterreich
| Herrengasse 13, 1014 Wien

Vorträge und Gespräche mit

Khan Adalat / Flüchtlingsaktivist, Refugees Protest Camp Vienna
Clifford Erinmwionghae / Flüchtlingsaktivist, Refugees Protest Camp Vienna
Rachel Garfield / Künstlerin und Autorin, London
Marissa Lôbo / Künstlerin und Aktivistin, Wien
Anne Elizabeth Moore / Herausgeberin und Künstlerin, Chicago
Gabi Ngcobo / Kuratorin und Künstlerin, Johannesburg
Pelin Tan /Autorin und Kuratorin, Mardin

Kuratiert und moderiert von Elke Krasny

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| Women’s:Museum. Curatorial Politics in Feminism, Education, History, and Art | Frauen:Museum. Politiken des Kuratorischen in Feminismus, Bildung, Geschichte und Kunst
| Edited by | Herausgegeben von | Elke Krasny + Frauenmuseum Meran

Initiating a dialogue between the network of women’s museums and feminist practices in curating, this volume gathers different perspectives from art historians, artists, curators, educators, historians, human rights activists, museum directors, researchers, scholars, and theorists. It juxtaposes essays, interviews, email dialogues, and excerpts from the transcripts of two symposia on Women:Museum hosted at the Vienna City Library and at the Meran Women’s Museum. Resulting in a contemporary transnational historiography, this compendium charts issues of feminist strategies in and out of the museum, and examines public engagement through curatorial activism.

Contributors | Mit Beiträgen von: Gudrun Ankele, Vida Bakondy, Barbara Blasin, Carla Bobadilla, Angela Dimitrakaki, Petja Dimitrova, Elisabeth von Dücker, False Hearted Fanny, Nicoletta Favout, Eva Geber, Li Gerhalter, Susanna Gyulamiryan, Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat, Amelia Jones, Elke Krasny, Rudolfine Lackner, Igor Markovic, Suzana Milevska, Lara Perry, Stefania Pitscheider Soraperra, Sigrid Richter, Dorothee Richter, Astrid Schönweger, Mansoureh Shojaee.

Introduction by Elke Krasny
Contents | Inhaltsverzeichnis

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15,5 x 23,5 cm
Broschur, zahlr. Abbildungen
german/english | deutsch/englisch
332 pages | Seiten

Löcker Verlag Vienna, 2013
€ 24,80

ISBN 978-3-85409-624-5

2013, Friday May 10,  6:00pm / presented by PublicsAffair + The Centre for the Spatial Realm

98Weeks Project Space: Chalhoub Bldg, Naher Str, off of Armenia Street Mar Mikhael / Ground floor. Near Tawlet Restaurant, facing Spoiler Center dead end street at the corner of Anthurium Flower shop Continue reading…

ARTEFACTFESTIVAL 2013
13-24 February 2013
STUK KUNSTENCENTRUM LEUVEN

www.artefact-festival.be
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In 1911 Le Corbusier made a reversed ‘Grand Tour’ to the Orient. Starting out in Berlin he travelled to Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Belgrade, Bucharest, Istanbul, Athens, Napels, Rome and back home to La Chaux-de Fonds. The English translation turned his Voyage d’Orient intoThe Journey to the East. In 2011 Elke Krasny (AT) and David Bergé (BE) travelled to Athens, Belgrade, Istanbul, Rome and Vienna and had conversations with local activists, architects, artists and intellectuals focusing on the urban characteristics and transformation, on monuments and the ideologically loaded terms East and the Orient. Le Corbusier’s voyage reORIENTed 1911-2011, follows these narratives: Elke Krasny composed a multivoiced text-based installation and David Bergé a photographic exploration, aiming to capture transitional contemporary urbanities in a complex dialogue between text and image.

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Photos of the Installation by Joeri Thiry, STUK Kunstencentrum

 

Doing Art in the Public Realm

The shadows cast by the past are growing longer. The identifications with the present time are shattered by numerous fault lines. In the context of globalized artistic and cultural production, history becomes both, a circulating resource and a challenge to specifically address the local. Continue reading…

Le Corbusier’s Voyage Re-orient-ed 1911:2011 Ein Reisebericht von Elke Krasny und David Bergé Eröffnung am Freitag, 23. November 2012, 19 Uhr kunsthaus muerz Wiener Straße 35, 8680 Mürzzuschlag Ausstellungdauer  : 24.11.2012–27.1.2013 Continue reading…

Hands-On Urbanism 1850-2012 by Elke Krasny, curator, and Alexander Schuh, graphic designer, is part of the exhibition Common Ground curated by David Chipperfield Padiglione Centrale, 13. Mostra Internazionale di Architettura, La Biennale di Venezia 2012, 29. 8.–25. 11. 2012

 

Szenario lebenswerte Stadt | Scenario liveable City
Hands-On Urbanism 1850-2012

DQE-Hlle, Heliostraße 35–37, Ehrenfeld
Open: 21.09, 18–22, Eröffnung | 22.28.09. 13–21 Uhr

Dates
So 23.09., 18 Uhr, Vortrag Hands-On Urbanism von Elke Kransy (Kuratorin)
anschl. Gespräch mit Pablo Molestina (Architekt, Professor an der FH Düsseldorf) 

– Mapping the Everyday. Neighbourhood Claims for the Future, artist-in-residence, Audain Gallery, Simon Fraser University in Kollaboration hit den Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre, Vancouver, 2011 – City Telling Hongkong, curator-in-residence, Hongkong Community Museum Project, 2011 – Walking Hamburg, Hamburg’s Informal Messages, artist-in-residence, Gastatelier Fleetinsel Hamburg, , 2011 – Walking Ijburg.City Telling, artist-in-residence, Blue House in Ijburg/Amsterdam, 2009 – Walking Linz, Voyage into the Neighbourhood, artist-in-residence, Bellevue.Yellow House, Kulturhauptstadt Linz 2009