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Care+Repair – A Growing Exhibition at the Public Workspace by Az W — Eine wachsende Ausstellung im öffentlichen Arbeitsraum des Az W

Nordbahnhalle 21.6.–31.7.2017 — daily 2-10 pm / tägl 14.00–22.00

Care+Repair, in the context of the Vienna Biennale
How can we repair the future? And, how does this involve architecture and urbanism? For this exhibition and research project curated by Angelika Fitz and Elke Krasny the Az W Architekturzentrum Wien establishes a public workspace at Nordbahnhalle in one of Vienna’s largest innercity urban development areas. [Directions]

At Nordbahnhalle, the following six international teams of architects, a-works – Cristian Stefanescu/Bergen, Gabu Heindl/Vienna, Zissis Kotionis+Phoebe Giannisii/Volos, rotorRotor/Brüssel, Meike Schalkk/Stockholm und Rosario Talevi/Berlin, show one of their projects relevant to Care+Repair in an exhibition design by Alexander Schuh.
The first two weeks of July each of the teams will work in tandem with one of the following local experts, Zuzana Ernst, Can Gülcü, Martin Riesing, Beatrice Stude, Brigitte Felderer and students of the Master Program Social Design at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, and Hansel Sato, to develop Care + Repair prototypes at Nordbahnhof.
The exhibition at Nordbahnhalle, consultation hours, walks, talks, discussions, and reading groups invite the public to join Care+Repair at Nordbahnhof. [Programme]

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Photo: Care Walk Nordbahnhof with Elke Krasny/Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2016

How can we repair the future? And how can architecture and urbanism contribute to this? Working in tandem with local experts six international teams of architects develop Care + Repair prototypes on site at the Nordbahnhof. An extensive programme invites people to visit the public work space next to the water tower.

How can very different kinds of knowledge be effectively combined to create neighbourhood networks, new types of communal spaces and housing, the use of existing materials and protecting nature in the city? An exhibition hosted in a former warehouse on location presents projects by the invited architectural teams that show how the Care + Repair approach interacts with the existing urban fabric, taking it into the future.

Documentation of the working processes for the Care + Repair prototypes is added to this growing exhibition on an ongoing basis. An international symposium launches the prototype development. With visits, discussions and workshops throughout the entire duration the public workspace extends an invitation to work jointly on finding solutions for repairing the future.

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This Place Is Pretty Good — 9 architectural approaches to Brăila Cristian Stefanescu. Photo Irina Pata.

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Care + Repair forms part of the VIENNA BIENNALE 2017: Robots. Work. Our Future, which unites designers, architects and visual artists by the joint aim to make a better tomorrow: The VIENNA BIENNALE is organized by the MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / contemporary Art, the University of Applied Arts Vienna, The Kunsthalle Wien, the Az W – Architekturzentrum Wien, and the Vienna Businness Agency with support from the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology as a non-university research partner.

Friday, June 17th, 2016, 10am–10pm (Lectures)
Saturday, June 18th, 2016, 10am–3pm (Workshops)
Fr 17. Juni, 10-22 Uhr (Vorträge) / Sa 18. Juni, 10-15 Uhr (Workshops)
Kunstschule Wien, Denkwerkstatt Sandleitenhof | Rosenackerstr. 14, 1160 Wien
Anmeldung bis 13. Juni erbeten: contact@sohoinottakring.at oder t.0676 3526743

Just Food – Interanationales Symposium (German/English)
kuratiert von Elke Krasny und Hansel Sato

Suppenküchen für Obdachlose und geflüchtete Menschen, Bäuerinnen im Kampf gegen patentiertes Saatgut, urbane Gemeinschaftsgärten, selbstorganisierte Samentauschbörsen: Nahrungsmittel und ihre Produktion sind ein umkämpftes Territorium, in dem sich aktuell Widerstand organisiert. Food Justice Movements praktizieren neue Formen der Selbstorganisation und fordern Verteilungs-und Ressourcengerechtigkeit.
Vorträge, Walks, gemeinsames Essen und Workshops bei dem Symposium Just Food geben die Möglichkeit, die Arbeit von Aktivist_innen, Forscher_innen und Künstler_innen zu globalisierter industrialisierter Landwirtschaft, Kolonialgeschichte, Migration, Geschlechterdifferenzen und urbanen Transformationsprozessen kennen zu lernen und zu diskutieren.

Symposium mit Beiträgen von:
Dieter Behr, Carla Bobadilla, Ronit Eisenbach, Phoebe Giannisi & Zissis Kotionis, Sonja Stummerer & Martin Hablesreiter („honey & bunny“), Zuzana Ernst (Projekt „A Wiener, halal!“), Elke Krasny, Hansel Sato, Ula Schneider.

In den von Elke Krasny sowie Hansel Sato an der Akademie der bildenden Künste geleiteten Lehrveranstaltungen haben Studierende des Fachbereichs Kunst und Bildung am Institut für das Künstlerische Lehramt Beiträge für das Symposium erarbeitet.

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The Ark by Zissis Kotionis und Phoebe Giannisi. Greek pavillion at the 12th Biennale of Architecture, Venice 2010.

Friday, May 6, 2016 | 5.30 pm to 9 pm, at Migros Museum
Saturday, May 7, 2016 | 10 am to 5 pm, Zurich University of the Arts

Concept Elke Krasny, Lara Perry, Dorothee Richter

With contributions by Amelia Jones, Maura Reilly, Helena Reckitt, Sigrid Schade, Dorothee Richter, Lara Perry, Elke Krasny, Hilary Robinson, Stella Rollig, Lina Džuverović and Irene Revell, Laura Castagnini, Susanne Clausen, Michaela Melian. Videoprogramme: Martina Mullaney, Szuper Gallery, Plan C, Liv Wynter, Louise Fitzgerald, PUNK IS DADA

Detailed information: www.curating.org

 

 

Vortrag im Rahmen des ÖGFA_Schwerpunkts
Hinter den Bildern | Teil 2: Politisches
22. April 2016 | 19.00

Räume der IG Architektur, Gumpendorfer Straße 63b, 1060 Wien

Das folgende Argument ist als bekannt vorauszusetzen: Architektur kann nur im Raum erfahren werden. Architektur kann nur durch die Begehung vor Ort zu Beschreibung, Analyse und Theoretisierung finden. Demgegenüber gilt es jedoch, (sich) immer wieder eindrücklich vor Augen zu führen, dass sich sowohl die Architektur der Moderne/des Industriekapitalismus als auch die Architektur der Globalisierung/der Postindustrialisierung durch ihre Bildwerdung behaupten.

Durch die Fotografie wurde die moderne Architektur zum Argument. Die Architektur und die Fotografie sind historisch untrennbar miteinander verbunden. Diese historiographische Einsicht muss in die Gegenwart erweitert werden. Globalisierte Architekturproduk- tion und über soziale Plattformen verbreitete digitalen Fotografie sind auf das engste miteinander verknüpft.

Der Vortrag geht der Frage nach, auf welche Art und Weise die Praxis des Kuratierens zwischen der Architektur und der Fotografie Stellung bezieht. Anhand von exemplarischen Architekturausstellungen des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts werden die durch die Fotografie erzeugten Blickregime auf Architektur, durch welche Bedeutungsproduktion, Kanonisierung, Einordnung und In-Mehrwert-Setzung hervorgebracht werden, analysiert. Darüber hinaus wird am Beispiel von „Architektur beginnt im Kopf. The Making of Architecture“ und „Penser tout haut / Fair l’architecture“ einem Projekt aus meiner eigenen kuratorischen Praxis erläutert, wie die forschende Kuratorin als Fotografin agiert, um die konventionalisierten Blickregime befragend und querend in den Blick zu nehmen.

On April 20 and 21, 2016, an international symposium with lectures, talks, and workshops will explore issues of institutional memory, National Socialist educational policy, the connections between politics of remembrance and artistic practices and question critically hegemonic histories in the field of art education.

Symposium
Wed, April 20, 2016, 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Thur, April 21, 2016, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Studio Building of the Academy, Lehargasse 6–8, 1060 Vienna
Turning (to) the Archive. Institutional Histories, Educational Regimes, Artistic Practices, and Politics of Remembrance (German/English)

The symposium examines questions on institutional memory, the National Socialist education policies, the relation of the politics of remembrance and artistic practice as well as the archive and its materials within critical historical research and art. Lectures, discussions, and workshops with contributions by Tal Adler/ Friedemann Derschmidt/Elisabeth Samsonow/Karin Schneider/Anna Szöke/Niko Wahl, Eva Blimlinger, Zsuzsi Flohr/Benjy Fox-Rosen/ Eduard Freudmann/Eva Reinold/ Luisa Ziaja, Minna L. Henriksson, Gila Kolb, Elke Krasny, Martin Krenn, Barbara Mahlknecht, Verena Pawlowsky, Birgit Peter, Sabine Plakolm-Forsthuber, Suely Rolnik, Dirk Rupnow, Anna Schürch, Bernadette Settele, Nora Sternfeld 

Download Exhibition Booklet + Program, english

Download Ausstellungs Booklet + Veranstaltungsprogramm, deutsch

UNCANNY MATERIALS
FOUNDING MOMENTS OF ART EDUCATION
A curatorial exhibition, research and education project

Opening | March 10, 2016, 7.00 p.m.
Exhibition dates | March 11–May 16,  2016
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, x hibit, Schillerplatz 3 1010 Vienna

Opening hours Tue–Sun, 10.00 a.m.–6.00 p.m., admission free
Special opening hours March 28 and May 1, 5, 16, 10.00 a.m.–6.00 p.m.

Curators | Elke Krasny and Barbara Mahlknecht

Historical Research | Ina Markova, Rosemarie Burgstaller and Sophie Bitter-Smirnov, Assistance | Eva Maria Eisner, Exhibition Graphics| Alexander Ach Schuh

Artists: Anna Artaker, Ramesch Daha, Zsuzsi Flohr/Eduard Freudmann mit Benjy Fox-Rosen, Lena Rosa Händle, Minna L. Henriksson, ­Hansel Sato, Sekretariat für Geister, Archivpolitiken und Lücken (Nina Höchtl und Julia Wieger) und Imayna Caceres/Pêdra Costa/Verena Melgarejo Weinandt von Wer hat Angst vor dem Museum?

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Elke Krasny und Barbara Mahlknecht, Unheimliche Materialien. Gründungsmomente der Kunsterziehung, 2016
[photograph by by Lisa-Rastl © Akademie der bildenden Kueste, Wien]

 

Fr 4/12 2015, 12:30–9 pm
Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna

Sa 5/12 2015, 10–7 pm
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna Institute for Education in the Arts Karl-Schweighofer-Gasse 3, 1070 Vienna

What kind of new initiatives in art and education arise? What are possible interventions? Contemporary societies are increasingly complex. Migration has no curriculum. Universities reproduce structural racism. Self-organized projects build new spaces for education. Bringing together activists, artists, educators, scholars, students and thinkers, the symposium aims to foster exchange through lectures, presentations of projects and workshops. The focus is on new perspectives of collective learning based upon the agency of art and education.

The symposium was curated by Lena Rosa Händle, Andrea Hubin, Belinda Kazeem-Kaminski, Elke Krasny, Barbara Mahlknecht, Sunanda Mesquita and Hansel Sato.

Organizational and technical support: Andrea Haas, Johannes Köck

A cooperation between the Department of Art and Education at the Institute for Education in the Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and Kunsthalle Wien

Workshop registration counteracting@akbild.ac.at

Wo formieren sich gegenwärtig in Kunst und Bildung Initiativen, die in bestehende Verhältnisse interve­nie­ren und Verände­rungen verwirklichen? Die Komplexität zeitgenössischer Gesellschaften erhöht sich. Migration hat kein Curriculum. Universitäre Strukturen repro­duzieren Rassismen. Selbst­organi­sierte Projekte erzeugen neue Bildungsorte. In Vorträgen, Projekt­vorstellungen und Workshops ermöglicht die Konferenz einen Austausch mit Aktivist_innen, Denker_innen, Forscher_innen, Künstler_innen, Studierenden und Lehrenden, die Perspektiven eines kollektiven Lernens entwickeln, in denen Bildung handelt und Kunst agiert.

Anmeldung für die Workshops unter counteracting@akbild.ac.at

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Friday, December 4, 2015
Lectures and conversations
Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier Museumsplatz 1 , 1070 Vienna

12:30–1 pm

Welcome Address Andrea B. Braidt, Nicolaus Schafhausen
Symposium Introduction Elke Krasny, Andrea Hubin

1–3 pm

Lecture — Emily Ngubia Kessé

Lecture University of Colour — Dania Awin, Soraya Basaran, Tara Flach and Inez van der Scheer 

Followed by a conversation between Emily Ngubia Kessé, Dania Awin, Soraya Basaran, Tara Flach and Inez van der Scheer

moderated by Andrea Hubin and Ruth Sonderegger

3–3:30 pm break

3:30–5:30 pm

Transversal Methodology: Labour, Love, Fear — Lecture, Silent University Pelin Tan

Aus der Praxis im Dissens — Lecture, Universität der Ignorant_innen/maiz/das kollektiv – Rubia Salgado

Situating Ourselves in Displacement. Conditions, Experiences and Subjectivity across Neoliberalism and Precarity — Lecture, Murmurae and The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest – Paula Cobo-Guevara

Followed by a conversation between Pelin Tan, Rubia Salgado and Paula Cobo-Guevara — moderated by Elke Krasny and Ruth Sonderegger

7 pm

The Question of the Institutional in the Biopolitical Economy of Disposability — Keynote Lecture, Athena Athanasiou

Saturday, December 5, 2015
Workshops
Institute for Education in the Arts Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Karl-Schweighofer-Gasse 3, 1070 Vienna

10–3 pm

Workshop 1
Transversal Methodology: Labour, Love, Fear Silent University – Pelin Tan

Workshop 2
Situating Ourselves Collectively. Exploring the Embodied Politics, Conditions, Experiences and Subjectivity across Displacement Murmurae
Paula Cobo-Guevara

Workshop 3
Workshop for Black Students and Students of Colour University of Colour
Dania Awin, Soraya Basaran, Tara Flach and Inez van der Scheer co-organized by Sunanda Mesquita

Workshop 4
Workshop for Black Lecturers and Lecturers of Colour, Black Youth and Adult Educators and Youth and Adult Educators of Colour
Emily Ngubia Kessé co-organized by Belinda Kazeem-Kaminski

Workshop 5
Rassismuskritische Kompetenz – Ein Haus für alle bauen! PROSA. Projekt Schule für Alle!
Azra Bajrica und Sina Farahmandnia

Workshop 6
Pädagogische Reflexivität in der Migrationsgesellschaft Universität der Ignorant_innen/maiz/das kollektiv
Rubia Salgado und Gergana Mineva

Workshop registration/Anmeldung für die Workshops unter counteracting@akbild.ac.at

Saturday, December 5, 2015
Vernetzungsraum / Space for Encounters
Institute for Education in the Arts, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Karl-Schweighofer-Gasse 3, 1070 Vienna

4–7 pm
Vernetzungsraum / Space for Encounters

AG diskriminierungsfreie Schulbücher, vertreten durch represented by Marlies Brommer, Tobias Dörler, Maria Hündler, Simon Inou (M-Media), Katharina Kanzian, Manuela Picallo Gil, Anna Preiser (M-Media)

Die Akademie geht in die Schule, vertreten durch represented by Antje Lehn, Anna Pritz und Günay Özayli

Arbeitstitel Migrarchis/Working Title Migrarchis, vertreten durch represented by Cana Bilir-Meier

Colectivo Acción Solidaria con México-Austria vertreten durch represented by Mariel Rodríguez und Gerardo Montes de Oca

Fluchthilfe & Du, vertreten durch represented by Katarzyna Winiecka und Singh S.

Planet 10, vertreten durch represented by Ezgi Erol und Lilly Axster

PROSA – Projekt Schule für Alle!, vertreten durch represented by Azra Bajrica und Sina Farahmandnia

Strategien für Zwischenräume, ein Projekt von trafo.K, Büro für Kunstvermittlung und kritische Wissensproduktion, vertreten durch represented by Renate Höllwart

Kurator_innen-Team von Wer hat Angst vor dem Museum, vertreten durch represented by Verena Melgarejo und Imayna Cáceres

In Zusammenarbeit mit Andrea Hubin wurde das Gesprächssetting mit Studierenden in den beiden von Hansel Sato geleiteten Lehrveranstal­tungen Künstlerische Kunstvermittlung und Künstlerische kollaborative Praxis im Fachbereich Kunst und Bildung am Institut für das Künstlerische Lehramt vorbereitet.

The setting for the talks was prepared in collaboration with Andrea Hubin with students who participated in the following two courses, Artistic Art Education and Artistic Collaborative Practice, taught by Hansel Sato at the Department for Art and Education at the Institute for Education in the Arts.

 

Mit Unterstützung durch die Frauenabteilung der Stadt Wien MA 57 sowie mit Unterstützung durch und in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Arbeitskreis für Gleichbehandlungsfragen der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien

Supported by the City of Vienna Women’s Department MA 57 Supported by and in cooperation with the Equal Opportunities Team at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

| Seminar: Art, public space and progress
| Lecture | Public Art: On Critical Urban Practice
| Hordaland Art Centre, Bergen, Norway – 17/09/15

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Ines Doujak, Vigil (Mahnwache), Morzinplatz, Vienna, July 9 – Oct 1, 2010

Time | April 17–18, 2015
Venue | Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien, 2. OG Mehrzwecksaal, und Mobiles Stadtlabor, (TU Wien, Resselpark/Karlsplatz,1040 Vienna)

PhD Symposium, organized by Prof. Elke Krasny, Ass. Prof. Sabine Knierbein and Prof. Rob Shields.

A politics of care needs to be situated between bodies, place and matter. These come together both as elements of public and political life in cities and as as the subjects of research, knowledge production, and scientific inquiry.

This conference aims to take up the complexities of public life and a new politics of care and concern situated in the commonalities, connectivities, and nuanced spatialities between bodies, place, and matter. Three panels “Bodies. Place. Matter” examine public life and the spatialisations of care and concern from the perspectives of urban, design and cultural disciplines. A common politics of care addresses the entanglement of infrastructures, resources, and affects, alignments, contradictions, and conflicts, labour, work, and pleasure, distribution and access, local site-specificity and a globalized production of space. If public space is indeed a critical part of public life or the embodied geographies of the public sphere, then we need to rethink its inherent potentials between everyday life practices and the production and critical reflection of scientific insights/knowing.

As a joint project between the Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space (http://skuor.tuwien.ac.at), Vienna University of Technology, Austria – where all three organizers worked together within the frame of the City of Vienna Visiting Professorship Programme 2014 – the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria and Space and Culture, University of Alberta, Canada, a PhD Symposium will take place on 17th/18th April 2015. The conference seeks to bring together activism, contemporary art, research, critical spatial practice well as urban theory, design and planning to reflect and discuss issues of public life and a spatial politics of care.

Panel 1 – Bodies
The panel is less about what bodies are, but rather about how bodies act, what bodies can do, what bodies must do. Bodies are subjects. Bodies are subjected. Bodies produce. Bodies reproduce. Bodies depend. Bodies resist. Bodies are vulnerable. Bodies put themselves on the line. Bodies matter. Bodies support. Bodies care. The panel seeks to examine the implications and reverberations of austerity, globalization, rapid transformations, economic downturn, precarity, in/difference, in/justice, re/production, and re/distribution with regards to the spatialised implications of bodies co-producing public life and bodies co-dependent in a politics of care. The panel is dedicated to seeking new alignments, critical links, and productive transgressions between emergent practices, theories, and histories addressing bodies in public life and a politics of care. The panel welcomes contributions questioning, unpacking, and critiquing these complexities with a particular focus on feminist spatial agency in contemporary art, curating, urban research, and urban design, as well as the history and theory linking and transgressing these fields.

Keynote Lecture: Kim Trogal, Visiting Design Fellow, School of Architecture, University of Sheffield, Britain

Discussant: Julia Wieger (tbc), Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria

Panel Introduction, Moderation and Rapporteur: Prof. Mag. Elke Krasny, Professor for Arts and Communication, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, and City of Vienna Visiting Professor 2014 (winter term), Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Vienna University of Technology, Austria, Contact: elke.krasny@gmail.com

Panel 2 – Place
The debate around abstract spaces of capitalism and how they been mediated through planning and design professions and practice has been taken up again critically, both from relational perspectives on public space and from anthropological approaches to embodied spaces. This session is dedicated to unravel new urban planning, design and urban studies approaches addressing relational geographies and politics of care in these fields. Potential contributions to this panel might address issues of bodily experience and action, as well as relational pedagogies or curricular innovations to enhance education and reorganize elites through critical practice, action and reflection in and on public space. It welcomes contributions that seek to differentiate and qualify contemporary debates on the (re)emergence of collective interests, urban cultures and public claims, and strengthens a reading of forms of embodied resistance and protest as intervention and alteration in current modes of production of space and place.

Keynote Lecture: Prof. Dr. Kirsten Simonsen, Professor in Social and Cultural Geography, Department of Environmental, Social and Spatial Change (ENSPAC), Roskilde University, Denmark

Discussant: Dr. Sandra Huning, Centre for Urban and Regional Sociology, TU Dortmund, Germany

Contact: Ass. Prof. Dr. Sabine Knierbein, Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Vienna University of Technology, knierbein@skuor.tuwien.ac.at

Panel 3 – Matter
Paradoxically, in a more globalized world where communication technologies have made interaction less dependent on bodies in a shared location, where the ‘spaces of concern’ lie either at planetary scales too large to grasp or nanotechnologies dissolve our faith in the solidity of matter, the materiality of bodies, trees and animals is still prominent. Concrete materiality anchors media and political concerns as the infrastructure of care and concern. Political force appears dependent on bodies occupying public places. Yet ‘what matters’ is only recognized within a context or ‘space of concern’ in which it takes on meaning. How are the empirical elements of cities, the bricks of public spaces and the flesh of bodies taken up through practices to become the pivots of ethical and political spatialisations of care and concern?

Keynote: Prof. Dr. Sha XinWei, Professor and Director, School of Arts, Media and Engineering, Synthesis Center, Arizona State University, Phoenix, USA

Discussant: DI Ian Banerjee, Centre of Sociology, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Contact: Prof. Dr. Rob Shields, Henry Marshall Tory Endowed Research Chair and Professor of Sociology, City-Region Studies Centre, Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta Edmonton, Canada and City of Vienna Visiting Professor 2014 (summer term) Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Vienna University of Technology, rshields@ualberta.ca

Friday, April 17, 2015
Venue: Studio Building of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Mehrzwecksaal, 2nd floor, Lehargasse 8, 1060, Wien
9:00 Arrival and Registration
9:30 Opening
Panel I – Bodies (Elke Krasny)
Discussant: Julia Wieger (tbc)
10.00 Bodies – Introduction (Elke Krasny)
10.10 Keynote Speech (Kim Trogal)
10:40 Panel Presentations
Architecture for and by women (Maria Bostenaru Dan, University of Bucharest, Romania
Art, Resistance and Protest: The Case of “Salvem El Cabanyal”, Valencia, Spain (Matilde Igual, University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria)
Tale of a Rooftop (Nafiseh Mousavian, ENSA Paris La-Villette, France)
12:00 Discussant Feedback (Julia Wieger)
12:10 General Debate (Elke Krasny)
12:30 Lunch break

Panel II – Place (Sabine Knierbein)
Discussant: Sandra Huning
14:00 Place – Introduction (Sabine Knierbein)
14:10 Keynote Speech Kirsten Simonsen
14:40 Coffee break
15:10 Panel Presentations
From Bodies of Political Space to Bodies as Space of Politics: Women in Turkey in “Eclipse of Reason” (Burcu Ates, Middle East Technical University, Turkey)
Children in open public space. A case study from Banjaluka (Dajana Rokvić, Bosnia and Herzegowina)
Borderline Places. New Urban University Campus Life and urban peripheries in Turkey (Ali Kemal Termelez, Ozyegin University and İstanbul Kultur University, Istanbul, Turkey)
16:30 Discussant Feedback (Sandra Huning)
16:40 General Debate (Sabine Knierbein)
17:00 Break
18:00 Evening Event

Saturday, April 18,  2015
Venue: Studio Building of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Multi-Purpose Space (Mehrzweckhalle), 2nd floor, Lehargasse 8, 1060, Wien
Panel III – Matter (Rob Shields)
Discussant: Ian Banerjee
9:00 Matter – Introduction (Rob Shields)
9:20 Keynote Speech (Sha XinWei)
9.50 Panel Presentations
The changing role of the public sector in spatial planning (Grazia Bonvissuto, Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
Benevolence (Ekaterina Timina, Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
Who cares after Red Vienna? Appropriating the city’s places of concern (Tihomir Viderman, Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
11:30 Discussant Feedback (Ian Banerjee)
11:40 General debate (Rob Shields)
12:00 Lunch break
13:30 Networking and Exchange Workshop
15:00 Coffee Break
15:30-16:30 Rapporteurs’ Summary
Panel 1 Bodies (Elke Krasny)
Panel 2 Place (Sabine Knierbein)
Panel 3 Matter (Rob Shields)
Place: Mobiles Stadtlabor Karlsplatz, U-Bahn Station Resselpark, 1040 Vienna
18:00 Book Presentation “Public Space and Relational Perspectives”
Panel Debate with Dr. Sandra Huning (TU Dortmund, Germany), Prof. Kirsten Simonsen (University of Roskilde, Denmark), DI Ian Banerjee (Vienna UT)
20.00 SKuOR Soirée (Reception)
Registration
The conference addresses students in the related fields in their late master or PhD phase and encourages them to present their current thesis topic to a wider audience. The programme may be subject to change. Due number of seats, please register for the conference until 12th April 2015 (info@skuor.tuwien.ac.at).

 

 

 

KUNST UND BILDUNG
Wiener Vorlesung vom 4. März 2015
Wiener Rathaus, Wappensaal, 1., Lichtenfelsgasse 2, Feststiege II

“Auf der Wiener Secession steht: ‘Der Zeit ihre Kunst. Der Kunst ihre Freiheit’ (Ludwig Hevesi). Diese Sätze führen zu Folgesätzen: Der Zeit ihre Lehre. Der Lehre ihre Freiheit. Gemeinsam veranlassen diese Sätze, über die Verhältnisse zwischen Kunst und Bildung nachzudenken. Was tun Kunst und Bildung? Wie kann künstlerische Produktion als unabschließbarer Prozess ein Weiter-Arbeiten, ein Weiter-Denken, ein Weiter-Bilden fordern und ermöglichen? Ausgehend von Beispielen aus meiner kuratorischen und lehrenden Praxis werde ich zeigen, wie das Unabschließbare, das Unfertige künstlerisch, politisch und gesellschaftlich weiter arbeitet. In die Vorzukunft gedacht, werden Kunst und Bildung nie fertig geworden sein. Dort liegt ihr utopischer Horizont.“

Elke Krasny

 

Begrüßung: Rektorin Mag.a Eva Blimlinger
Antrittsvorlesung der Professur “Kunst und Bildung” an der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien: Univ.-Prof.in Mag.a Elke Krasny
Anschließend Diskussion mit Eva Blimlinger und Elke Krasny
Moderation: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hubert Christian Ehalt
Datum: Mittwoch, 4. März 2015, 19 Uhr
Ort: Wiener Rathaus, Wappensaal, 1., Lichtenfelsgasse 2, Feststiege II

Eine Veranstaltung in Kooperation mit der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien

Lecture at the Medialab Prado. 2015, February 2

Esta conferencia y debate se enmarca dentro del seminario público Urbanismo Afectivo que tendrá lugar en Madrid durante los días 3, 4 y 5 de Febrero de 2015 organizado por Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space (Vienna University of Technology), VIC Vivero de Iniciativas Ciudadanas e Intermediae-Matadero.

La conferencia se impartirá en inglés sin traducción.

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For streaming this video please go to http://medialab-prado.es/article/hands-onurbanismtherighttogreen#