Lectures

Vorträge (Auswahl)

2020

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Radicalizing Care. Curating Mourning, Curating Healing.’ Postgraduate Program in Curating ZHdK Zürcher Hochschule der Künste, 11. Dezember 2020

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Architektur des Sorgetragens.’ Figurationen von Gender im zeitgenössischen Architekturdiskurs, Netzwerk Architekturwissenschaft e.V. in Kooperation mit der Technischen Universität München, 19. November 2020

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Ethics of Care’, Introduction to Architecture and Gender, KTH School of Architecture, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 4. November 2020 (Online)

 — Krasny, Elke. ‘Critical Care. Living with a Broken and Infected Planet.’ MA Program in Modern/Contemporary Art History, organized by Mechtild Widrich, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 19. Oktober 2020 (Online)

— Krasny, Elke. ‘In-Sorge-Bleiben. Urbanes Handeln für einen Planeten in der Krise.’ Green Urban Labs, im Auftrag des Bundesinstituts für Bau-, Stadt- und Raumforschung, organisiert von Phil von Lueder, Flughafen Tempelhof Berlin, 1. Oktober 2020

— Krasny, Elke and Lara Perry. ‘The Future will not be Exhausted. Coloniality of Power, Ontology of Property, Ecologies of Care, and Practices of Futurity.’ Pollen Biennal Conference, Brighton, 24. September 2020 (Online)

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Es braucht eine feministische Architekturbewegung – für eine nichtsexistische Stadt.’ Seminarraumgespräch, Frauenbildungsstätte Frauenhetz Wien, 23. September 2020

— Brown, Lori, Carol Anne Hilton, and Elke Krasny, Radical Care. A Co-Live Reading of Provisions, organized by Site Magazine and Critical Distance. Centre for Curators, 22. Juli 2020 (Zoom)

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Critical Care. Architektur und Urbanismus für einen Planeten in der Krise.’ Fachgebiet Stadtplanung, B-TU Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus – Senftenberg, organisiert von Anke Hagemann, 25. Juni 2020 (Zoom)

— Helena Reckitt and Krasny, Elke. ‘On Caring’. A Conversation, #4 Caring, organized by M.1 / Arthur Boskamp-Stiftung and Soft Agency (Gilly Karjevsky, Rosario Talevi), part of New Alphabet School, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, 12. Juni 2020 (Zoom)

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Critical Care. Von einer Architektur der Sorge.’ Wohngespräche, Institut für Architektur und Entwerfen, Abteilung für Wohnbau und Entwerfen, organisiert von Michael Obrist und Bernadette Krejs, 12. Mai 2020 (Online)

— Krasny, Elke, Clara Meyer, Ulrich Lilie, Andrea Vetter, Philipp Fritsch. ‘Systemwechsel statt Applaus.’ Gespräch: United We Talk, United We Stream & ALEX Berlin, 19. April 2020. (Live Stream)

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Critical Care. Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet.’ Quarantine Dialogues with Dust, Virtual Seminar, organized by Huda Tayob and Sarah de Villiers, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Johannesburg, 2. April 2020 (Zoom)

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Von Verhältnissen zwischen Kunst und Wirtschaft: Debatten um Branding, Aktivismus und Ethik.’ Organisiert vom Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft, Mannheim, 28. Februar 2020

— Beatriz Colomina, Sophie Debiasi Hochhäusl Krasny, Elke and Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen. Resident Alien. Panel Discussion, organized by Stephen Phillips, Austrian Cultural Forum New York, 13. Februar 2020

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Critical Care. Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet.’ New Publications lectures at Pratt Institute’s School of Architecture, organized by Harriet Harris, 11. Februar 2020

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Critical Care. Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet.’ Ethiken des Kuratierens, organisiert von Johannes Ismaiel-Wendt und Fiona McGovern, Universität Hildesheim, 2. Februar 2020

 — Krasny, Elke. Moderation des Panels Public Space and the City mit Benedikt Boucsein, Momoyo Kaijima und Ali Madanipour, Symposium Public Art – City. Politics. Memory, organisiert von Public Art Munich, München 31. Januar 2020

2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating Mourning. Feminist Activism in Contemporary Curating’ Feminist Perspectives in Art Production and Theories of Art, interdisciplinary, international and intergenerational course, ATRIUM Vitoria-Gasteiz, Basque Country, 16. und 17. November 2019

— Krasny, Elke und Alexa Färber. ‘Die Welt trotzdem versammeln: Zur kulturellen Semantik von Zukunft auf postkolonialen Weltausstellungen.’ Welt.Wissen.Gestalten 42. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Volkskunde Hamburg 7. – 10. Oktober 2019 (peer reviewed)

— Krasny, Elke. Expert_in beim Schwarzmarkt für Nützliches Wissen und Nicht-Wissen: Zurück in die Zukunft. Das Rote Wien 1919, 2019, 2119., Wiener Festwochen, Wien 28. September 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Intimate Public. Domestic Power Relations.’, On Power in Architecture,  Igor Zabel Association, Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana, 26 September 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Grundrisse der Reproduktion. Die Haushaltsfrage.’ Alpha Nova Galerie Futura, Berlin, 20. September 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Erinnerung, Trauma, Widerstand, Veränderung. Gegenwärtigkeit, Transnationale Verflechtungen und Geschichtspolitiken in der Kunstvermittlung.’  Entfristungs-Vortrag, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, 19. September 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Critical Care. Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet’, Institute of Advanced Studies at the University of Western Australia, Perth, 3. September 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating Memory. Curating Mourning.’ Masterclass at the Centre of Visual Arts at the University of Melbourne, 22. August 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating for the 99%. Lessons in Ethics from Decolonial and Feminist Activism’ Keynote Lecture, Ethics and Gatekeeping in the Globalised Artworld, conference organized by Brad Buckley and John Conomos, Victorian College of the Arts and Centre of Visual Arts at the University of Melbourne, 15. August 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Critical Care. Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet’, The University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, 8. August 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Critical Care. Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet.’ University of Brighton, Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics, 26. Juni 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Building Memory for Sites of Trauma. Working Toward Extended Histories in Architecture.’ Conference: Fielding Architecture. Feminist Practices for a Decolonised Pedagogy, University of Brighton, 24. und 25. Juni 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating Memory and Curating Mourning.’ Nonument Symposium, CAMP Prague, 14, June 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Vom Recht auf Gehen. Critical Walking Studies.’ Tanzquartier Wien, 7. Juni 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Care-Perspektiven. Kunst. Vermittlung. Bildungsarbeit.’ Hochschule der Künste Bern, 28. Mai 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘On Mourning, Resistance, and Healing. Wake Work as Feminist Border Practice in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside’. Conference: Border Regimes, Territorial Discourses & Feminist Politics. NORA Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research Conference, University of Iceland Reykjavik, 22–24 May 2019. (peer reviewed)

 

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Resisting Surveillance, Practicing Healing: Simone Leigh’s The Waiting Room.’ Lecture, contribution to Scan the Differene: Gender, Surveillance, and Bodies, exhibtion and program organized by Edna Bonhomme, Nina Prader and Vanessa Gravenor, VBKÖ Wien, 16. Mai 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Living Reproductive Labor.’ contribution to the open working group I Know I Care, organized by Jelena Micić in the frame of WienWoche Witches and Bitches, 15. Mai 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Dinner Parties. Large-Scale Sculpture, Social Practice, and Decolonial Strategies in Feminist Art.’ Small Projects for Coming Communites, organisiert von Dorothee Richter und Ronald Kolb, Katholisches Bildungswerk Stuttgart, 11. Mai 2019.

— Krasny, Elke, Angelika Fitz und Marlies Pöschl, Care Matters, Podiumsdiskussion, moderiert von Katharina Brandl und Friederike Zenker, Kunstraum NÖ 10 Mai 2019.

— Krasny, Elke. ‘L’Académie des Femmes: Subversive Readings, Relational Writings, Intimate Publics.’ Conference: AAH Association for Art History, Panel: Danger! Women Reading, University of Brighton, 4–6 April 2019. (peer reviewed)

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating Memory and Curating Mourning in History and Art’ Guest Lecture, MOME Moholy-Nagy University Budapest, 28. März 2019

— Krasny, Elke, Marlene Engel und Mireille Ngosso, Wien als lebenswerteste Stadt – für wen? Panel Diskussion, Riotfestival Wien, organisiert von der kollaborativen feministischen Plattform RRRIOT, 3. März 2019

— Krasny, Elke and Brigitte Shim. ‘Building our Collective Memory. The House / Museum.’ Design Conversation Series, curated by Kristi Cardoso, Liljestrand House, Honolulu, Hawaii 14. Februar 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Live Curating in Architecture. From Master Houses to Working with a Broken Planet.’ Guest Lecture, ArkDes Stockholm 21. Februar 2019

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Critical Care. Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet.’ Vortrag beim Rundgang, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, 26. Januar 2019.

2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Intimate Publics. On Feminist Spatial Practices.’ Guest Lecture at Delft University of Technology, 21 Dezember 2018

— Krasny, Elke, Roufaida Aboutaleb, Y.M.P, and Antoni Muntadas, What is the Role of Art Schools in a Resilient City? Panel Discussion, moderated by Catherine Somzé, 15th ELIA Biennial Conference Rotterdam 21. – 24. November 2018

— Krasny, Elke im Gespräch mit Jonas Tinius, Andere kuratorische Praktiken, moderiert von Luisa Ziaja, ecm Diskurs 36, Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien, 16. November 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Gathering Feminist Resisters. Assemblies, Dinners, Salons, and Tribunals.’, Conference: Feminist Histories, Radical Women, convened by MASP Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo and Pinacoteca de Estado de Sao Paulo, 12. November 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Territory of Care. A Planetary Perspective in Architecture and Urbanism.’ Conference: Shifting Sites: Territories and Space, convened by Mechtild Widrich, University of Applied Arts Vienna, 10. November 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Wandering Wombs and Arching Bodies. The Hysterical Complex in Feminist Political Thought.’ Conference: Hysteria, Politics, and Performance Strategies, convened by Johanna Braun, University of California Los Angeles, 1. November 2018. (peer reviewed)

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Care&Repair. Feminist Spatial Practices’ Guest Lecture hosted jointly by Materials & Applications and the Women’s Center for Creative Work, Women’s Center for Creative Work Los Angeles, 2. November 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Kuratieren im Salon. Intime Öffentlichkeiten.’ Vortrag bei dem Symposium Who(se) Care(s) Reproduktives Kümmern. Kritisch Feministisch Queer. Eine Kooperation zwischen dem Dissertierendenseminar Kunst und Bildung am Fachbereich Kunst und Bildung der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien und dem Schwulen Museum Berlin. Konzipiert und kuratiert von Birgit Bosold, Vera Hofmann, Lena Fritsch und Elke Krasny. Schwules Museum Berlin, 12. und 13. Oktober 2018

— Krasny, Elke, Astrid Peterle und Elisabeth Holzleithner. ‘Gespräch zu Feminismus und Emanzipation.’ Salon Talk No. 5, kuratiert von Elke Krasny und Astrid Peterle, Jüdisches Museum Wien 10. Oktober 2018

— Krasny, Elke, Astrid Peterle und Elisabeth Holzleithner. ‘Gespräch zu Emanzipation.’ Salon Talk No. 4, kuratiert von Elke Krasny und Astrid Peterle, Jüdisches Museum Wien 8. Oktober 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Critical Care. Architecture, Global Dwelling, Planetary Ethics.’ Keynote Lecture, Temporality & Permanence, 4th Global Dwelling Conference, held by Oikonet, hosted by University of Volos Greece, 21–22 September 2018

— Krasny, Elke und Angelika Fitz. ‘Critical Care. Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet.’ Migrating Ideas, icam 19 conference, International Confederation of Architecture Museums, DAC Danish Architecture Centre Copenhagen 9 – 13 September 2018. (peer reviewed)

— Krasny, Elke, Marcus Patka und Andrea Winkelbauer. ‘Cultureller Dilettantismus. Gespräch zu Salons der Moderne.’ Salon Talk No. 2, kuratiert von Elke Krasny und Astrid Peterle, Jüdisches Museum Wien 2. September 2018.

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Stadt und Frauen. Eine andere Topographie von Wien.‘ Öffentliche Rede im Rahmen von A City of Our Own: Die Stadt gehört uns, Performance und kollektive Fahrradtour mit R.A.D.S. Radical Anarchist Dangerous Sisters, EINANDERbewegt, feminist killjoy, Gloria Amesbauer, Kitti Aszatalos, Jaqueline Batz, Selina Baumgartnerl, Ramona Cidej, Astrid Eder, Mischa Ehrne, Conny Zenk, Volkskundemuseum Wien 29. August 2018

— Krasny, Elke, Fiona Rukschcio und Ulli Weish. ‘Öffentlicher Raum und Sexualisierte Gewalt.’  Ein Filmgespräch, moderiert von Daniela Ingruber. Anlässlich der Premiere von Fiona Rukschcios Film Common Places 2, Screening als Kooperation von anschläge und dotdotdot Open Air Kurzfilmfestival, Volkskundemuseum, Wien 3. August 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Learning With Nordbahnhof – Urban Curating: Erinnerungsarbeit und Stadtentwicklung.’ Symposium Curatorial Learning Spaces – Kuratieren als Methode?, Konzept und Organisation Prof. Dr. Torsten Meyer, Annemarie Hahn, Nada Schroer, Carla Ruthmann, Universität zu Köln und Grimme-Institut. Köln 6.-7. Juli 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Learning from Activism. Social-Practice in Feminist Art.’ Lecture at the conference Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms, convened by Katy Deepwell, Middlesex University London 2 July 2018 (peer reviewed)

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Suzanne Lacy’s International Dinner Party in Feminist Curatorial Thought.’ Beitrag für das Gespräch Kuratorische Arbeit mit/in Communities mit Kadiatou Diallo und Raffael Dörig. Gesprächsreihe Schnittmengen No. 2, eikones Reihe kuratiert und moderiert von Katharina Brandl und Claire Hofmann, Bikini Basel, 29. Juni 2018

— Krasny, Elke, Astrid Peterle und Gabriele Kohlbauer-Fritz. ‘Gespräch zu Fanny Arnstein und Hanna Arendt.’ Salon Talk No. 1, kuratiert von Elke Krasny und Astrid Peterle, Jüdisches Museum Wien 27. Juni 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Care + Repair.’, Lecture at After the Revolution … Who’s going to pick up the gargabe on Monday morning?, two lectures and a public conversation with Elke Krasny and Theresa Dillon, curated and moderated by Rosario Talevi, part of MakeCity A Festival for Architecture and Urban Alternatives, Berlin, 20 Juni 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Feminist Assembly. Curating Beyond Borders.’ Lecture at the symposium Affidamento – Creating Feminist Solidarity in Art and Curating, part of a series of symposia on feminist issues run jointly by Elke Krasny, Lara Perry, and Dorothee Richter, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst 15 June 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Public Breasts. Feminist Ecologies of Citizenship.’ Gastvortrag im PhD Kolloquium, Hochschule Luzern Design & Kunst, 14. Juni 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Art + Democracy.’ Vortrag bei dem Symposium Kunst und Demokratie. Art and Democracy, SOHO in Ottakring, 9. Juni 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Care+Repair Am Nordbahnhof.’ Beitrag zur Buchpräsentation Der abgestellte Bahnhof. Das Wiener Nordbahnhofgelände und die Freiheit des Raumes, organisiert von Dorothea Trappl, Nordbahnhalle Wien 30. Mai 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘UN_Settled. The Right to Housing in Global Crisis.’ Vortrag bei Unbehaust Wohnen. Verheerende wie diskrete Desaster. Perspektiven auf gesellschaftliche Wohnorte und Aufenthalte im Alltäglichen. Internationale Tagung des Forschungsfeldes wohnen+/-ausstellen in der Kooperation des Instituts für Kunstwissenschaft – Filmwissenschaft – Kunstpä̈dagogik an der Universität Bremen mit dem Mariann Steegmann Institut. Kunst & Gender, 3. bis 6. Mai 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Un/Silencing. Feminist Curating – Geschichten, Theorien, Herausforderungen.’ Gastvortrag im Rahmen der Ringvorlesung Kunstpädagogische Positionen, Institut für Kunst und Kunsttheorie der Universität Köln 2. Mai 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating as Care.’ Vortrag bei dem Festival Urban Bloom, kuratiert von Teresa Novotny, Brunnenpassage Wien 26. April 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Suzanne Lacy’s International Dinner Party in Feminist Curatorial Thought.’ Beitrag zum Büchersalon Architecture & Feminisms, Österreichische Gesellschaft für Architektur 16. März 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘The Growing Houses of Skopje in Architectural History: A Question of Style.’ Eröffnungsvortrag, Ausstellung PRE/Fabrik. The Growing Houses of Skopje, organisiert von Milan Mijalkovic und Katharina Urbanek, Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje, 13. März 2018

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Making Time for Conversations of Resistance. A Tool in Architecture’ Contribution to the Panel on Tools, moderated by Miriam Stoney, Becoming “We” Forum, The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL University College London 9 March 2018

— Krasny, Elke, moderator at the conference Women Architects and Politics in the Long 20th Century – Biographies, Buildings, Ideologies, Memories, kuratiert von Christina Budde und Mary Pepchinski, Deutsches Architekturmuseum Frankfurt, 17. bis 19. January 2018.

2017

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating Beyond Borders. Feminismen – Fragen des Kuratierens.’ Gastvortrag Universität Hildesheim Kulturcampus Domäne Marienburg 20. Dezember 2017.

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Exhausting – (Not) Exhausted. Curating without Borders in Contemporary Art Geographies.’ Contribution to the panel discussion Exhausted Art Geographies, moderated by Jelena Petrovic, curated by BLOCK as part of Europoly, Museum für Volkskunde Wien, 16. Dezember 2017

– Krasny, Elke, Boris Buden und Hedvig Turai. ‘Is Teaching Always Political?’ Paneldiskussion über Redefreiheit, Zivilgesellschaft und Demokratie, PATTERNS Lectures conference Is teaching always political? New challenges in higher education, initiated by Erste Foundation, implemented by World University Service WUS, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna 24. und 25 November 2017

– Krasny, Elke and Lara Perry. ‘Care Walks: Mapping the routes of childcare in and around Phoenix Brighton.’ Collective conversation at the exhibition Maps and Lives, facilitated by University of Brighton staff Louise Purbrick, Claire Wintle, and Lara Perry, Phoenix Brighton 17 November 2017.

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Care+Repair. Involved Urban Curating – A Feminist Practice.’ Keynote Lecture at the forum Curating: a Concept in Transition, Phoenix, Brighton, 18. November 2017

— Krasny, Elke, Lara Perry, Erika Tan, Lucy Day, Claire Wintle, and Helen Mears. Decolonizing Feminist Curating, Seminar, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, 16. November 2017

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Reaching the Audience. Partners, Programmes, Formats, Education.’ Lecture and Workshop für die Museumsakademie im Auftrag von Bundesministerium für Europa, Integration und Äußeres, Österreichische Botschaft Amman, Jordan Museum, Ammann, 26. bis 30. November 2017

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Care in Architecture.’ AA Women and Architecture in Context 1917-2017: an International Conference, organized by the Architectural Association and the Paul Mellon Centre London, 2. bis 4. November 2017 (peer reviewed)

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Art in Urban Transformation: Vienna Nordbahnhof.’ Walk and Lecture for the students participating in the Vienna Studio run by the Newcastle School of Architecture, Vienna Nordbahnhof, 16. Oktober 2017

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Public Art: Vienna Karlsplatz.’ Walk and Lecture for the students participating in the Vienna Studio run by the Newcastle School of Architecture, Vienna Nordbahnhof 17 October 2017.

— Krasny, Elke, Andrea Braidt, Boris Buden, Hedvig Turai, Christiane Erharter. ‘Is Teaching Always Political?’ Patterns Lectures Roundtable by Erste Foundation, 8th ELIA Academy What’s going on Here? Exploring Elasticity in Teaching and Learning in the Arts, Central Saint Martins University of the Arts London 5-7 July 2017

— Krasny, Elke. ‘On Care and Repair.’ Keynote Lecture at the symposium Care+Repair, curated by Angelika Fitz and Elke Krasny, Architekturzentrum and Vienna Biennale 2017, Wien Nordbahnhalle, 30. Juni 2017

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Conversations of Resistance.’ Beitrag zur Buchpräsentation Feminist Futures of Spatial Practice: Materialism, Activism, Dialogues, Pedagogies, Projections mit Meike Schalk und Helena Mattsson, hosted by ChickLit Buchhandlung, Wien, 13. Juli 2017

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Thinking Architecture: Care+Repair.’ Gastvortrag im Rahmen der Jour-Fix-Vortragsreihe, organisiert vom Jour-Fixe Studierendenteam, Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart, 27. Juni 2017

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Feminist Assembly. Live Art History.’ Lecture at the conference Making Women’s Art Matter, organized by Nadia Hebson and Hana Leaper, Paul Mellon Centre for British Art London 9 February 2017. (peer reviewed)

2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Involved Urban Practice.’ Lecture at the symposium Emergency Accomodation. Practices of Urban Solidarity, convened by Yanna Barkouta and Zissis Kotionis, Greek Pavilion, Biennale of Architecture Venice 2016, 29. Oktober, 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Suzanne Lacy’s International Dinner Party in feminist curatorial thought.’ Keynote Lecture, Architecture and Feminisms, 16th AHRA Archictecture Humanities Research Association Conference, KTH Stockholm, 17. November 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Unsettling Resistance.’ Lecture at the symposium Illegality of Freedom, organized by Jelena Petrovic, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 12. November 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Involved Urban Practices. Empathy + Complicity.’ Vortrag, Das Feste + das Bewegliche. Interdisziplinäre Tagung zu Mobilitäten in der Architektur, Cultural Anthropology Meets Architecture, Forum Stadtpark Graz. 10. und 11. November 2016.

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Claims for the Future, Indigenous Rights, Housing Rights, Land Rights, Women’s Rights, Conference: Performing Citizenship, organized by the Graduate School Performing Citizenship, HafenCity University Hamburg, 2–4 November 2016 

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Involved: Urban Curatorial Practice.’ Lecture + Workshop, 5th International Symposion Curating Exchange, organized by press to exit project space, Skopje 22. September – 1. Oktober 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘The Power of Writing.’ Lecture + Workshp, KHiO Oslo National Academy of the Arts, 11-14 October 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism.’ Lecture, Master Plan for Duam-dong by Apolonija Šušterši, Aeri Jeong, Dari Bae, Curator Maria Lind, Gwangju Biennale 2016, 3. September 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Art and Public Space. Empathy and Complicity.’ Lecture at the symposium Braila Laboratory, organized by Ion Mincu University Budapest and Bergen Architecture School, MNAC Bucharest, 21-22 July, 2016.

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism. Growing the Seeds of Change.’ Keynote Lecture, Ecoweek Pristina, 10. September 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Take Back the Event. Curating Architecture Differently.’ icam 18 conference, International Confederation of Architecture Museums, MAO Museum of Architecture and Design Ljubljana 29 May-4 June 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Education – Beyond the Institution.’ Introductory Lecture and moderation, Symposium Hands On enhancing architectural education, organized by Peter Fattinger, Technische Universität Wien 1–3 June 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Kunst und Bildung. Dimensionen des Politischen.’ Kurzvortrag und Teilnahme an Paneldiskussion, Dimensionen des Politischen, 28. Internationale Fachtagung für Kulturanthropologie, Europäische Ethnologie und Volkskunde, Kunsthaus Graz. 25. bis Mai 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Menstruation Art.’ Vortrag, Erstes Wiener Menstruations Symposium. Künstlerische Stategien zur MenstruationsKultur, organisiert von Valentina Mitterer, Wien WUK Projektraum 28. Mai 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Beyond Gender: Feminist Curatorial Materialism.’ Lecture and Workshop, Spring School Memory Kharkiv, organized by CSM Foundation Center for Contemporary Art Kiev, Zifferblatt Kharkiv 10–15 May 2016

— Krasny, Elke, ’Curatorial Materialism: A Feminist Perspective on Independent and Co-Dependent Curating.’ Lecture at the symposium Curating in Feminist Thought, curated by Elke Krasny, Lara Perry, and Dorothee Richter, Migros Museum Zurich and ZHdK Zurich University of the Arts, 6 May 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism. The Right to Green.’ Lecture in the series Spaces in Common, convened by Derya Özkan & Güldem Baykal Büyüksaraç, Studio X Istanbul, 30 April 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism.’ Guest Lecture in the Urban Economics Seminar, invited by Karin Reisinger, KTH Stockholm, 27 April 2016

— Elke Krasny and Barbara Mahlknecht, ‘Uncanny Materials. Founding Moments of Art Education 1941.’ Vortrag im Rahmen des von Elke Krasny und Barbara Mahlknecht kuratierten Sympsoiums Turning (to) the Archive. Institutional Histories, Educational Regimes, Artistic Practices, and Politics of Remembrance, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, 20., 21. und 23. April 2016.

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Kuratieren zwischen Architektur und Fotografie. Über Blickregime in Architekturausstellungen.’ Vortrag im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe Hinter den Bildern/Politisches, eingeladen von Angelika Fitz, Österreichische Gesellschaft für Architektur, Wien IG Architektur 22. April 2016.

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Feminist Curatorial Materialism.’ Guest Lecture at the Feminist Theory Seminar of the Gender Studies Postgraduate Program, invited by Athena Athanasiou and Elena Tzelepis, Panteion University Athens 15 April 2016.

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Wie könn(t)en transversal Politiken die Verhältnisse zwischen Selbstorganisation und Institution an der Schnittstelle von Kunst und Bildung verändern?’ Un_Universität/ Un_University, invited by Ricarda Denzer and Jo Schmeiser, Universität für Angewandte Kunst Wien 12.–13. April 2016.

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Valie Export’s Transparent Space: A radical feminist curatorial manifesto.’ Labours of Love, Works of Passion: The social (re)production of art workers from industrialization to globalisation, panel convened by Angela Dimitrakaki and Kirsten Lloyd, AAH Association of Art Historians Conference 2016 University of Edinburgh 7–9 April 2016.

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Transnational Curating. Putting Research into Context.‘ Guest Lecture, Studium Generale Program, Royal Academy of the Art The Hague 11 February 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Architecture, Art, and Social Reproduction.’ Lecture and Workshop, Post Industrial Design Post Graduate Program University of Thessaly Volos, 2–5 February 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Architektur der sozialen Reproduktion.’ Vortrag, Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky Symposium k/m/eine Küche, Wien Margarete Schütte Lihotzky Raum, 21. Jänner 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘En route to Work.’ Einführungsvortrag. Symposium Friedrich Engels. En route to Work. Inszenierte Unsichtbarkeit in der Stadt. Kuratiert von Christoph Grafe und Elke Krasny, Bergische Universität Wuppertal und Historisches Zentrum Wuppertal, 14.–15. Januar 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Kuratorischer Materialismus. Feministisch kuratieren – Feminismus/Feminismen kuratieren.’ Gastvortrag im Rahmen von KunstWissenschaftPerspektiven. Vortragsreihe des Fachbereichs Kunstwissenschaft und Medientheorie, Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe 13. Januar 2016

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Urban Curating. Allianzen.Konflikte.Teilhaben. Widersprüche.’ Gastvortrag im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe to be defined, kuratiert von LAF Leerstand als Freiraum Pforzheim 12. Januar 2016

2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Urban Curating.’ Lectue at the symposium Participatory Practices in Art and Architecture. Listening, Translating and Curating, organized by Meike Schalk, Apolonija Sustersic, and Gunnar Sandin, Malmö Inter Arts Centre 12-13 November 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism.’ Lecture, Moravska Gallery Brno. 26 November 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating Architecture. Curating Art. Contemporary Encounters.’, organized by the Igor Zabel Foundation, Museum for Architecture and Design Ljubljana 15 November 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Urban Research and Urban Curating.’ Vortrag + Workshop, Bauhaus Universität Weimar, 25. Oktober 2015

— Elke Krasny. ‘Public Art: On Critical Urban Practice.’ Hordaland Art Centre Bergen, 17 September 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Von der urbanen Praxis des Häuslichen.’ Symposium Wohn/Raum/Denken. Politiken des Häuslichen in Kunst, Architektur und visueller Kultur, Universität Bremen, 10.–11. Juli 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Migratory Subjects in Contemporary Feminist Art Practices.’ 15. Internationale Migrationskonferenz, Migration und Gender, Centre de Documentation sur les Migrations Humaines, Dudelage Luxemburg18 – 20 June 2015 (peer reviewed)

 

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Practices of Care: Art, Work, Urban Labour.’ Research Workshop, The Fabric: Social Reproduction, Women’s History and Art, organized by Angela Dimitrakaki and Kirsten Lloyd, Edinburgh College of the Arts, 12 June 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism.’ Lecture, BINA Belgrade International Architecture Week, Kulturni centar Beograda, 22–23 May 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Planetary Perspective and Politics of Care.’ Symposium, Whose Commons’ Sustainability in Relation to Belonging, Tanzquartier Wien, 28 May 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Host/ile In/Difference. Red Mined’s Curatorial Practice, Symposium Hostile Intelligence and the General Antagonism, Pratt Institute Brooklyn New York City 9 April 2015 (peer reviewed)

— Krasny, Elke und Maria Welzig, ‘Ehemalige Residenzbezirke in Berlin – Madrid – Paris – St. Petersburg – Wien: Architektonische und funktionale Entwicklungen seit dem Paradigmenwechsel der 1980er Jahre’ Symposium Berlim/Salvador: Reapropriacao Urbana Entre Marketing e Autoafirmacao, Goethe Institut Salvador/Bahia, 3. und 4. April 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Feminist Curating.’ Curatorial Studies Graduate Seminar, University of British Columbia Vancouver 13 March 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism. Symposium Spatial Politics and City, Belkin Art Gallery, University of British Columbia Vancouver, 12 March 2015. (Invitation)

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism. The Right to Green.’ University of Maryland School of Architecture, 25 February 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism. The Right to Green.’ Medialab Prado 2 February 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating Architecture.’ Guest Lecture, KHAS Architecture Talks 2015–2016, Kadir Has University Istanbul Turkey 9 October 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Critical Art Education.’ Symposium to educate. Methods, Theories and Practices of Art Education, mumok Wien 27. Oktober 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism. The Right to Green.’ Nuit Blanche and Riga Technical University, 5-6 September 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Zwischen den Stühlen.’ Symposium Stadt-Theater – Theater und Stadt, Rathaus Bielefeld 24. Jänner 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Wer stiftet Stadt? Organisationsformen des Urban Commoning.’ Vortrag im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe Smart People & Urban Commoning, Chair for Urban Design and Urbanization TU Berlin, 14 Jänner 2015

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism.’ Vortrag bei Urban Commoning. Die Stadt der Gesellschaft, Workshp organisiert von Arch+ und IFA Berlin, ARCH+ Studio, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, 6. Februar 2015

2014

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating as Caring. Mapping Affinities, Affects, Feminist Durationality, and Solidarity.’ Symposium Curating: Glittering Myth, Social Symptom, Revolutionary Force? A Conference on Curatorial Knowledge, ZHdK University of Fine Arts Zurich, 15 November 2014

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating and the Politics of Care.’ Patterns Lecture Series, Academy of Fine Arts and Design of the University of Ljubljana Slovenia, 3 November 2014

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Volksküche – Communal Kitchen.’ Lecture at Mind Into Matter, Halifax, Dalhousie Architecture School

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curator as Carer. Towards a Feminist Historiography of Curating’ Conference: Writing/Curating/Making Feminist Art Histories, University of Edinburgh, 27–28 March 2014

— Krasny, Elke and Abir Boukhari. ‘Informal Urban Messages.’ Lectures and Dialogue Archiving the Public. Reading the Walls, Depot Wien, 28. Januar 2014

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Unplanned History. Writing it Up. Writing it Down.’ Lecture + Workshop, Igor Zabel Association for Theory and Culture Ljubljana, 13 March 2014

— Krasny, Elke und Barbara Mahlknecht. ‘Jenseits des disziplinären Horizonts.’ Vortrag und Workshop, Museumsakademie in Kooperation mit Stadtmuseum München, 20.–21. März 2014

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Urban Curating. Allianzen, Konflikte, Teilhaben, Widersprüche.’ Vortrag im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe begegnen – interagieren – teilhaben, Organisation Rachel Mader in Zusammenarbeit mit Sabine Gebhardt Fink und Alexandra D’Incau, Hochschule Luzern, 24. April 2014

— Krasny, Elke. ‘On Epistemology and Historiography. Critical Curatorial Feminist Practice.’ Lecture, Postgraduate Program in Curating, invited by Dorothee Richter, Museum Bärengasse Zürich, 7 March 2014

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism. How to Make a Difference. Alignments between Architecture, Landscape, Planning, Art, Activism, and Civic Engagement.’, Guest Lecture in Brigitte Shim’s Studio, Yale School of Architecture, 26 February, 2014

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Fragen urbaner Gerechtigkeit.‘ Vortrag bei dem Symposium Nospolis, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, 7. Februar 2014

— Krasny, Elke, Liza Fior and Jane da Mosto, Lectures and Conversation, Who’s Afraid of Critical Practice?’ (Re) Orientations Architecture and Feminisms, AHRA architecture humanities research association, orientations, Stockholm KTH Royal Institute of Technology, 27 January 2014

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Re/Forming the Future.’ (contributor), International Symposium, Workshops and Deliberations, Freehouse. Radicalizing the Local, organized by Jeanne van Heeswijk, 14-17 January 2014

— Krasny, Elke. ‘On Urban Curating.’ Contesting Space. Architecture as a Social Practice, Brno Fakulta architektury, 7 January 2014

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism. The Right to Green.’ The Centre for City Ecology with Urbanspace Gallery Toronto, 3 January 2014

2013

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Who Cares? Urban Curators at Work.’ Vortrag im Rahmen des Post-Graduate Programme in Zurich, Zürcher Hochschule der Künste, 13. Dezember 2013

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Wessen Räume? Urbane Transformationsprozesse und ihre Narrative.’ Vortrag im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe 100 Jahre Schweizer Werkbund, Ortsgruppe Bern, Vision Stadtquartier, Bern 19. Nocemvber 2013

— Krasny, Elke. ‘A Contemporary Agora in Today’s Vienna. Urban Epistemology and Redistributive Urbanism of Public Space.’ Lecture Series von SKuOR Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Puzblic Space, Technische Universität Wien, 15. November 2013

— Krasny, Elke, ‘Ausstellen als Versuchsanordnung einer kritischen Historiographie der Schnittstellen zwischen künstlerischen Strategien, Politiken von Bildung und Protestbewegungen.’ Vortrag bei dem Symposion Turning Education, organisiert von Elke Gaugele, Elke Krasny und Elisabeth Sattler, Institut für das Künstlerische Lehramt, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, 11. Oktober 2013

— Krasny, Elke, ‘Wie kommt das Zeitgenössische in die Architektur? Von Bewegungen, Bildern, Körpern, Protesten und Verletzlichkeit.’ Eröffnungsvortrag, plan prolog14, Köln, 4. Oktober 2013

— Krasny, Elke, ‘Fragile City. Whose Places? Whose Stories? Whose City?’ Keynote Lecture für das Symposium und Workshop En Transition. Ville comme Musée, Tunis, Tunesien, 1. Oktober 2013

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Experimental Urbanism.’ Keynote Lecture im Rahmen der Sommeruniversität bergisch project, Solingen, 28. September 2013

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Who Owns the LANDSCAPE?Collective Appropriations and Landscape Planning.’ Keynote Lecture, ECLAS European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools Konferenz, Hamburg, 23. September 2013

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Auf der Suche nach einem neuen Politikverständnis zwischen Stadt-Selber-Machen und Austerity Urbanism.’ Keynote Lecture, Symposion My City, Urbane Künste Ruhr, pact Zeche Zollverein Essen, 13. September 2013

— Krasny, Elke. Moderator of the Panel Discussion Who’s afraid of the Public? with Simon Sheik, Marie Luise Angerer, Sergio Edelsztein and Aria Spinelli, ICA Institute of Contemporary Art London, 4. Mai 2013

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating Architecture.’ Vortrag an der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, 18. März 2013

— Krasny, Elke. ‘On Urban Curating.’ Lecture, Panel Discussion with Clémentine Deliss, Elke Krasny, Maria Lind and Justin McGuirk, LSE Cities Literary Festival, London School of Economics, London 2. März 2013

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism.’ Lecture GSAPP Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University, 20. Februar 2013

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating Architecture.’ Lecture, The John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, University of Toronto, 7. Februar 2013

2012

— Krasny, Elke. Common Ground: Between Art and Urban Practice, moderator and discussnat, organized by Theatrum Mundi, Biennale di Venezia, Venedig, 23. und 24. November 2012

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism.’ Vortrag, Georg-Simon-Ohm-Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften Nürnberg, 23. Oktober 2012

— Krasny, Elke. Make_Shift: The expanded field of critical spatial practice, Respondentin; Internationale Tagung kuratiert von Francesca Ferguson, Technische Universität Berlin, 6. Oktober 2012

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism.’ Vortrag, plan12 Köln, 23. September 2012

— Krasny, Elke. ‘On Urban Curating. Sharing and Caring – Ethics and Desires in the Public Realm.’ Foundation Center for Contemporary Art, Kiev, Kiev, 29. September 2012

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Hands-On Urbanism.’ Vortrag bei der Akademie einer Neuen Gropiusstadt, organisiert von Jörg Stollmann, Berlin, 24. August 2012

— Krasny, Elke. Architektur ohne Grenzen, Moderation der Gründungsveranstaltung, Architekturzentrum Wien, 18. April 2012

2011

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Partizipative künstlerische Praxen.’ Vortrag im Rahmen des Postgraduate Program in Curating der ZHdK Zürcher Hochschule der Künste, Kunstmuseum Thun, 9. Dezember 2011

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Wie wir wohnen?, Keynote Lecture, Wohnbaubiennale 2011 – Manifeste des Wohnens, Technische Universität Wien, 22. September 2011

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curating as Walking, Walking as Curating.’ Leture Hongkong Art School, 23. April 2011

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Kunst und Vermittlung.’ Im Rahmen der Ringvorlesung, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, 25. Januar 2011

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Garden as Community.’ Lecture, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Kanada, 10. Januar 2011

 

— Krasny, Elke. ‘The Force is in the Mind. Making of Architecture.’ Lecture, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Kanada, 11. Januar 2011

2010

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Architektur: Zwischen Krise, Streik und Intervention.’ Vortrag beim 15. Internationalen Symposion für Architekturtheorie, Kraftakt Architektur: Jeu magnifique oder/und Medium des Sozialen, Wuppertal, 25. und 26. November 2010

— Krasny, Elke. ‘The Force is in the Mind. The Making of Architecture.’ Zagreb Society of Architects, Zagreb, 28. Oktober 2010

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Notions of Transversality: Dialogues of Aesthetics, Ethics, Politics.’ Summer School for Curators Yerevan, Yerevan Armenia, 15. August 2010

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Künstlerisches Handeln und Kunstvermittlung in der Schule.’ Hochschule Luzern, 31. Mai 2010

— Krasny, Elke. AzW akut: Wohnen im Asyl, Moderation des Podiumsgesprächs mit Ute Bock, Barbara Holub, Karl Langer, Charles Ofoedu und Peter Scheifinger, Architekturzentrum Wien, 7. April 2010

2009

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Curator’s Talk.’ Alexandre Centre, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, 19. November 2009

— Krasny, Elke. ‘The Force is in the Mind. The Making of Architecture.’ Konferenz: La professione dell’architetto Frammenti dagli archivi privati. The Work of the Architect. Fragments from the private archives, Ancona dipartimento architettura rilievo disegno urbanistica storia, Ancona, 21. und 22. Mai 2009

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Garden as Community.’ Vortrag bei der Tagung Landschaft, Gehäuse, Orientierung am Institut für Kunstwissenschaft und Kunstpädagogik, Universität, Bremen, 5. bis 7. Juni 2009

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Urbanismus, Urbanologie.’ Ringvorlesung zu theoretischen Ansätzen/Methoden, Institut für Kunst- und Kulturwissenschaften in Kooperation mit dem Institut für künstlerisches Lehramt, Akademie der bildenden Künste, 16. Juni 2009-06-16

2008

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Museum Power Gender. The project www.musieum.at’ Lecture, Erster internationaler Kongress der Frauenmuseen, veranstaltet vom Frauenmuseum Meran, Meran, 11. bis 13. Juni 2008

2007

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Narrativer Urbanismus, Vortrag beim Symposium Geschichten – Räume – Identitäten.’ Vortrag im Rahmen der Ausstellung Volksgarten. Die Politik der Zugehörigkeit, veranstaltet vom Büro der Erinnerungen, der TU Graz und der Uni Graz, 7. Dezember 2007

— Krasny, Elke und Siegfried Mattl, ‘Bildung und Forschung, Ein Privatissimum über Recherche, Muße und Besinnung.’, Dialogische Stadtführung Ringstraße Revisited. 150 Jahre Ringstraße. Eine Reihe interdisziplinärer Führungen, kuratiert von Iris Meder, veranstaltet von der Zentralvereinigung der Architekten, 24. November 2007

— Krasny, Elke. ‘City Telling Zagreb. Participatory Urban Collage.’ Vortrag im net.kulturni klub mama, auf Einladung von BLOK, Urban Festival, Zagreb, 14. Mai 2007

2006

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Gehen Lernen Denken.’ Keynote Lecture, Symposion Wege in die Stadt. Urbane Transformationsproezsse und ihre Narrative, Bremer Zentrum für Baukultur, 2.–3. Dezember 2006

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Unsere Welt in den Augen der Welt. Identität und Authentizität als Frage der Gestaltung im Medium Weltausstellung.’ Vortrag beim Symposion Villa Paragone Thesen zum Ausstellen, 20. Designtheoretisches Symposion, veranstaltet von Burg Giebichenstein Hochschule für Kunst und Design Halle, Volkspark in Halle an der Saale, 9.–11. November 2006

— Krasny, Elke. ‘City Telling or Walking Down Memory Lane.’ Lecture, Scope II Symposion Sites and Subjects Narrating Heritage veranstaltet von uma information technology, Hofburg Wien, 28. und 29. September 2006

2005

— Krasny, Elke, Männersachen und Frauendinge. Gender und Museum. Jugendliche untersuchen das Österreichische Museum für Volkskunde, Vortrag beim 17. Österreichischen Museumstag Die Sprache des Museums, 20. – 22. Oktober 2005

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Museum Macht Geschlecht.’ Vortrag beim Symposium Verkupplungstaktiken. Aktuelle Positionen in der Kunst- und Kulturvermittlung, Symposion der Universität Bremen, Institut für Kunstwissenschaft und Kunstpädagogik, in Kooperation mit dem Focke-Museum Bremen, 2005

2004

— Krasny, Elke. Wer benennt die Städte & Plätze? Teilnahme an der öffentlichen Podiumsdiskussion veranstaltet vom Aktionsradius Augarten im Rahmen des Projekts Augartenstadt, Wien, 23. November 2004

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Museum Macht Geschlecht.’ Vortrag im Rahmen der Seminarreihe Feministische Theorie und Geschlechterforschung, organisiert von Silvia Stoller und Eva Waniek, Institut für Wissenschaft und Kunst in Wien, 10. März 2004

2003

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Displaying Gender. Museum Macht Geschlecht.’ Präsentation von www.musieum.at, Depot Wien, 16. Dezember 2003

— Krasny, Elke, Peter Rantasa und VoxTheaterKarawane, Raumpraktiken: Kunst und Öffentlicher Raum, Gespräch, organisiert von theatercombinat: firma raumforschung, Wien, 6. Dezember 2003

2000

— Krasny, Elke. ‘Living Life. Virtuelle Wohngemeinschaften.’ Vortrag bei 24 Stunden Wohnbau am Institut für Wohnbau der Technischen Universität Wien, 21.3. 2000

Oslo Architecture Triennale 
2 October, 2019, 16:00 – 18:00
ROM for kunst og arkitektur, Maridalsveien 3, Oslo
Organiser ROM and Oslo National Academy of the Arts

With the general neoliberalization of life all work and no play has shifted to all play is work. Given the Oslo Triennale’s radical suggestion of linking new forms of play to the concept of degrowth, it is of interest to reflect on how taking back play can, our could, be a viable form of resistance against the biopolitical paradigm of neoliberal capitalism and its exhausting 24/7 ideology.

Historically, the playground developed as a pedagogical site not merely dedicated to children’s play, but much rather teaching children the right way of playing. This lecture focuses on uses of the playground in both literal and figurative terms. Who’s taking the children to the playground while parents are at work? Which parts of the world are considered their playground by those who are in power? How can we start envisioning or dreaming new forms of play given the historically gendered and racialized ideas of the playground? 

playgrounds_in_1900_1_

 

 

Buchvorstellung mit Elke Krasny
23. September 2019, 20:30

Pro qm – thematische Buchhandlung zu Stadt, Politik,
Pop, Ökonomiekritik, Architektur, Design, Kunst & Theorie 
Almstadtstraße 48-50
D-10119 Berlin

Today, architecture and urbanism are capital-centric, speculation-driven, and investment-dominated. Many cannot afford housing. Austerity measures have taken a disastrous toll on public infrastructures. The climate crisis has rendered the planet vulnerable, even uninhabitable. This book offers an alternative vision in architecture and urbanism that focuses on caring for a broken planet. Rooted in a radical care perspective that always starts from the given, in the midst of things, this edited collection of essays and illustrated case studies documents ideas and practices from an extraordinarily diverse group of contributors.

Focusing on the three crisis areas of economy, ecology, and labor, the book describes projects including village reconstruction in China; irrigation in Spain; community land trust in Puerto Rico; revitalization of modernist public housing in France; new alliances in informal settlements in Nairobi; and the redevelopment of traditional building methods in flood areas in Pakistan. Essays consider such topics as ethical architecture, land policy, creative ecologies, diverse economies, caring communities, and the exploitation of labor. Taken together, these case studies and essays provide evidence that architecture and urbanism have the capacity to make the planet livable, again.

Fitz, Krasny, Architekturzentrum Wien (Eds)
Critical Care. Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet
MIT Press, 2019, 9780262536837
EUR 35.90

Elke Krasny und Eva Kuschinski
Vorträge und Gespräch, 20.9.2019, 19.00

alpha nova & galerie futura
Weibliche Visionen in Kultur Politik und Kunst e.V.
Am Flutgraben 3, 12435 Berlin

Vorträge „Reproduktionsort und Ware: Die Wohnung als Kristallisationspunkt gesellschaftlicher Widersprüche“ von Eva Kuschinski und „Grundrisse der Reproduktion. Die Haushaltsfrage“ von Elke Krasny (PhD) mit anschließendem Gespräch.

Die Wohnung wie wir sie heute kennen, ist ein Ort, an dem gesellschaftliche Widersprüche sichtbar werden und sich auch räumlich manifestieren. Sie hat sich (idealtypisch) als der Ort herausgebildet, an dem Menschen sich erholen, zurückziehen, Hausarbeit machen, geschützt sind, essen, schlafen, ihren Alltag verbringen. Zugleich ist sie aber als Ware in Kapitalkreisläufe eingebunden. Im Vortrag geht es darum, aus feministisch-materialistischer Perspektive die Einbettung der Wohnung in diese widersprüchlichen gesellschaftlichen Verhältnisse zu diskutieren und so auch aktuelle politische Verhandlungen der Wohnungsfrage – und warum sie sich wie für wen stellt – kritisch in den Blick zu nehmen.

Wer sammelt den Müll auf am Montag in der Früh nach der Revolution, fragte die feministische Künstlerin Mierle Laderman Ukeles im Jahr 1969. Wir müssen fragen: Wer entsorgt den Müll nach acht Stunden in der Fabrik? Wer ist im Atelier, während gekocht wird? Aus der Perspektive des feministischen Marxismus auf reproduktive Arbeit werden Wohnungsgrundrisse von Bauhausbauten in Dessau und Gemeindebauten des Roten Wien untersucht. Der Vortrag verfolgt Grundrisse der Reproduktion und verbindet die Haushaltsfrage mit der Geschichte der Architekturmoderne und des Feminismus.

Eva Kuschinski lebt in Hamburg und arbeitet dort seit 2015 als wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin an der HafenCity Universität. Zuvor hat sie unter anderem in Frankfurt am Main Humangeographie und Soziologie studiert. Im Rahmen ihres Dissertationsprojekts denkt sie über materialistisch-feministische Perspektiven auf die Wohnungsfrage nach. Auch darüber hinaus ist sie interessiert an solchen Zugängen zu Stadt und Gesellschaft und deren Vermittlung. 2018 arbeitete sie beispielsweise mit dem feministischen Theaterkollektiv Swoosh Lieu an deren Stück „WhoReclaims?! – ein collagierter Streifzug durch die Raumfrage“, das utopische Momente und Praktiken feministischer Raumnahme portraitierte.

Elke Krasny, PhD, ist Professorin an der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien. Sie forscht und kuratiert zu Fragen von Feminismen, Arbeit, Ökonomie, Ökologie und Erinnerungspolitiken in Architektur, Urbanismus, zeitgenössischer Kunst und Kunstvermittlung. Jüngste Vorträge: ‘Gathering Feminist Resisters. Assemblies, Dinners, Salons, and Tribunals’, Museo de Arte de Sao Paulo; Wandering Wombs and Arching Bodies. The Hysterical Complex in Feminist Political Thought’, University of California Los Angeles und ’Kuratieren im Salon. Intime Öffentlichkeiten‘ Schwules Museum Berlin. 2019 hat sie gemeinsam mit Angelika Fitz das Buch Critical Care. Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet (MIT Press) herausgegeben.

Die Veranstaltung findet statt im Rahmen der Reihe „Feministische Wohngeschichte(n) für die Zukunft. Berlin, Bauhaus und darüber hinaus“ (6.9.-18.10.2019).

Event auf facebook

Erinnerung, Trauma, Widerstand, Veränderung
Gegenwärtigkeit, trans­nationale Verflechtungen und Geschichtspolitiken in der Kunstvermittlung

Vortrag, 19. September 2019
Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien
IKL Karl-Schweighofer Gasse 3, 1070 Wien
11.00, Raum 3.06

Die Vergangenheit ist das Problem der Gegenwart. Erinnerung ist das um­kämpfte Terrain von Ideologien und Interessen. Kunst artikuliert Verhält­nisse zur Vergangenheit. Kunst mobilisiert Erinnerung. Kunstvermittlung ist nicht nur Teil der kritischen Aufarbeitung und Reflexion dieser Verhältnisse, sondern auch handelnde Akteur_in in der Veränder­barkeit und Veränderung dieser Verhältnisse. Erinnerungs-Aktivismus bringt Denk- mäler zu Fall, führt zur Errichtung neuer Museen, klagt Reparation ein, fordert Repatriation. Transnationale Verflechtungen im Erinnerungs-Aktivismus und seinen Geschichts­­politiken erörtert der Vortrag an Hand von aktuellen Entwicklungen in Berlin, Cape Town, Seoul und Wien. Die Wunden, Traumata, und Konflikte der Vergangenheit sind die Wunden, Traumata, und Konflikte der Gegenwart. Der Vortrag reflektiert deren Gegenwärtigkeit und Vergegenwärtigung in kunstvermittelnder Erinnerungsarbeit und Trauerarbeit als Aufgabe und Herausforderung für kunstbasierte, forschungsgeleitete und gesellschaftlich involvierte Praxis in der Lehre und im Kuratieren.

New Zealand Institute of Architects APL Design Series
NZIA APL Design Series
Christchurch Art Gallery
Montreal Street
Christchurch

I will be giving lectures on Critical Care, the research I did on Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet, together with Angelika Fitz at the Az W Architekturzentrum Wien in Auckland on August 12, in Wellington on August 13, and in Christchurch on August 14. The other speakers are Lindley Naismith & Jane Aimer – Scarlet Architects and Patrick Clifford Architectus.

Critical-Care_Architecture-and-Urbanism-for-a-Broken-Planet_2019_photo-by-Peter-Putz_01

Critical Care – Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet, Installation view Az W Architekturzentrum Wien. Photo by Peter Putz.

Liljestrand Foundation, Honolulu, Hawai‘i
Design Conversation Series:
Brigitte Shim & Elke Krasny present
“Building Our Collective Memory – The House / Museum”

Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 5:30 p.m.

The modern house has been the site for great experiments and invaluable exploration in new ways of living. The House / Museums exist in different forms around the world. Liljestrand House has transformed from a single family house to a new House / Museum. It is amongst a growing number of global house museums that provide visitors with a deeper understanding of the radical types of spatial innovations that have been explored through the house in the modernist period.

We hope you will join us for Brigitte & Elke’s “Building Our Collective Memory – The House / Museum” presentation and conversation. Together, they will present a range of significant House / Museums around the world providing a context to the important work being done at Liljestrand House. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with them throughout this informal discussion and cocktail event at the inspired setting of the Liljestrand House. 

info [at] liljestrandhouse.org | (808) 537-3116
3300 Tantalus Drive, Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96822

 

Interiors Buildings Cities — Lecture, 21 December, 2018, 12:45-15:45

Delft University of Technology, Architecture of the Interior, Room C
Julianalaan 134, Delft, The Netherlands

Looking forward to giving a lecture on ’Intimate Publics: Feminist Spatial Practices’ at Interiors Buildings Cities. We will explore the politics of intimacy and discuss how feminist spatial practices contribute to activism in domestic and public space.

elke-krasny_lecture_181221_intimate-publics_

Shifting Sites: Territories and Space, University of Applied Arts Vienna
9-10 November, 2018

VENUE: Department of Site-Specific Art/Ortsbezogene Kunst
Paulusplatz 5, 2nd floor, 1030 Vienna, Austria

FRI, 09.11.18 

3 pm | Joint visit to Haus der Geschichte Österreich
Meetingpoint: Main entrance Österreichische Nationalbibliothek,Josefsplatz 1, 1015 Wien

7 pm | Exhibition Opening, Activate the Territories, Paulusplatz 5, 1030 Wien
Welcome Gerald Bast (Rector), Paul Petritsch (Head of the Department)
Introduction (Johanna Tinzl, Mechtild Widrich)
Bar Planet Polyester (The Gabi, The George, The Heri, and The Students)

SAT, 10.11.18

2 pm | Welcome (Paul Petritsch)
Introduction, Shifting Sites: Territories and Space (Mechtild Widrich)

2.30 pm | Elke Krasny, Territory of Care. A Planetary Perspective in Architecture and Urbanism

3 pm | Beti Žerovc, Can the High Modernism of Yugoslav Monuments Be Viewed as a Trojan Horse of Capitalism in Socialism?

3.30 pm | Coffee Break

5 pm | Dora Imhof, Imaginary Islands. A Journey Around Andreas Gursky’s Dubai World

5.30 pm | Inge Hinterwaldner, From Heavenly Maneuvers to Atmospheric Turmoil. Aesthetic, Political, and Ecological Dimensions of Sky Art and Space Art

6 pm | Round Table, Concluding panel with participants
The lectures are accompanied by students’ interventions.

7.30 pm | Dinner with all participants, the team and students
Moped, Salmgasse 23, 1030 Wien

Lecture at at Feminist Histories, Radical Women,
MASP Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo, November 12, 2018

Gathering Feminist Resisters: Assemblies, Dinners, Salons, and Tribunals
Curatorial labour can be understood as a work of gathering that brings together non-humans and humans. While curatorial history writing, including critical feminist histories of curating, has by far privileged the exhibition format, this lecture focuses on social, cultural, and activist gatherings. Through a transhistorical this presentation will include the following key examples: Jewish salon culture during the late 18thand early 19thcentury; lesbian salon culture and transracial salons hosted by Negritude women at the early 20thcentury; cultural, social and political activism during the United Nations Decade for Women 1975–1985, highlighting the International Tribunal on Crimes Against Womenand Suzanne Lacy’s International Dinner Party; art activism at the beginning of the 21stcentury, in particular Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter, initiated by Simone Leigh, and Guess Who’s Coming for Dinner, Too? by Patricia Kaersenhout. The analysis combines art historical materialism and political thought to tease out how curating gatherings practices feminist resistance

2,000 participants at International Tribunal on
Crimes Against Women. 1974
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
FREE INSCRIPTIONS ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT
–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––-

NOVEMBER 12th, 2018
MON | 10h – 18h

10h
Introduction with Adriano Pedrosa and Jochen Volz.
 
10h30 – 12h30
 
ANDREA GIUNTA | Radical Women, an Intersectional Perspective
In this presentation I will analyze Radical Women, an exhibition about art made by Latin American and Latinx artists from 1960-1985. Although it starts from what the art world was, and in large part still is – patriarchal, racist, and classist –, this exhibition subverts the patriarchal perspective, here replaced by a feminine and feminist perspective. An authorship of predominantly white female artists persists. However, the agenda of the exhibition goes beyond these appearances. Matters of race and sexual dissidence are addressed in different works, considering perspectives that can be understood from a critical position towards the parameters of the regimented societies of Latin America, whose normative ideal was white and heterosexual. Societies in which some women had recently achieved the right to vote and, like other areas of society, were subject to repression, censorship, imprisonment, and torture.

EUGENIA VARGAS PEREIRA | Accounts Towards a Feminist Conversation
In this presentation, I will approach my experience as a woman and artist in the world of photographers during the 1980s, approaching my works present in the exhibition Radical Women. What did it mean to be a feminist in that decade? How did the art world react to it? I will speak about how the inclusion of the body in my work brought along marks of previous memories and experiences accumulated over time.

JANET TORO | Limits, Creativity, and Resistance
I will show performances and installations made between 1990 and 2017 in Chile and Germany. The works presented are a response to the extreme realities I experienced, in which limits – whether of social, political, or economical terms – delimited a restraining territory. My production is a response to such contexts. Creativity gathered with imagination goes beyond, bringing knowledge together and questioning the borders of contingency with minimal gestures, radical works. They are signs of resistance, and their edges also offer a glimpse of poetry.

14h – 16h

ELKE KRASNY | Gathering Feminist Resisters: Assemblies, Dinners, Salons, and Tribunals

Curatorial labor can be understood as a work of gathering that brings together non-humans and humans. While curatorial history writing, including critical feminist histories of curating, has by far privileged the exhibition format, this lecture focuses on social, cultural, and activist gatherings. Through a transhistorical perspective, this presentation will include the following key examples: the Jewish salon culture during the late 18th and early 19th century; the lesbian and transracial salons hosted by Negritude women at the early 20th century; the cultural, social and political activism during the United Nations Decade for Women 1975-1985, highlighting the International Tribunal on Crimes Against Women and Suzanne Lacy’s International Dinner Party; art activism at the beginning of the 21st century, in particular the collective Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter, initiated by Simone Leigh, and Guess Who’s Coming for Dinner, Too?, by Patricia Kaersenhout. The analysis combines art historical materialism and political thought to tease out how curating gatherings practice feminist resistance.

RENATA BITTENCOURT | Black Radicalness
This presentation intends to broaden the reflections provided by the exhibition Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985, focusing on the production of African-American female artists. Names like Adrian Piper, Senga Nengudi, Lorraine O’Grady, and Howardena Pindell are representative of Black women who approached issues related with gender and ethnicity in their works.
 
KATY DEEPWELL | On the Presence and Politics of Local/Global Dynamics in Feminism and Contemporary Art
Where is feminist activity manifest in contemporary art? How can it exist as so intensely local and at the same time be global in its reach? Is feminism only visible in one form in the arenas of cosmopolitan and international exchanges (the blockbuster exhibition, the art biennale or the art journal)? Is it seen only through certain topics, issues or ideas? Where do the national or regional models of study in art history and criticism touch the reality and multiplicity of women artists’ productions, networks and transnational exchanges? Can feminism only be identified in notions of transmission and engagement through histories or genealogies, or trajectories or does it remain unrecorded and elusive, “out there”? Or is feminism always “recovered,” “constructed” after the fact? Is feminism limited if it is only “uncovered” in key works by individual artists or can its presence across multiple forms and sites be understood only when many group activities, events, exhibitions, publications are recognised?

16h30 – 18h

JUDY CHICAGO | Looking back at The Dinner Party
In October 2017, an exhibition titled Roots of The Dinner Party: History in the Making opened in the galleries of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum, where The Dinner Party has been permanently housed since 2007. In conjunction with this exhibit, the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington D.C. opened a smaller show, Inside The Dinner Party Studio, which explored my unique collaborative methods. The presentation will survey these two shows and look back at my journey from my early research into what was then an unknown history of women in Western civilization, to the fulfillment of my goal of permanent housing. I will also discuss the ongoing impact of The Dinner Party, which was seen by one million viewers during its worldwide tour from 1979 to 1988 and has attracted 1.5 million viewers since it has been at the Brooklyn Museum.
 
MAURA REILLY | Curatorial Activism: Resisting Sexism and Masculinism
“Curatorial Activism” is a term I use to designate the practice of organizing art exhibitions with the principle aim of ensuring that certain constituencies of artists are no longer ghettoized or excluded from the master narratives of art. It is a practice that commits itself to counter-hegemonic initiatives that give voice to those who have been historically silenced or omitted altogether—and, as such, focuses almost exclusively on work produced by women, artists of color, non-Euro-Americans, and/or queer artists. In this presentation, I will focus on the importance and mini-historiography of curatorial activist projects that resist sexism and masculinism, and will explore current statistics that substantiate the urgent need for a reevaluation of curatorial practice.

 

 
The seminar Feminist Histories, Radical Women, organized in partnership with Pinacoteca de São Paulo, gives continuity to a previous event held in MASP in February 2018, counting on the presence of female artists, researchers, activists, and curators.
 
This second event presents itself as a forum where artists, curators, and theorists can approach the main topics related with feminism and art, thus engendering new perspectives in connection with the exhibition Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985, parallelly taking place at Pinacoteca de São Paulo and based on a theme that concerns MASP’s curatorial project for 2019.
 
It is also part of the research undertaken for the exhibition Histories of Women, Feminist Histories, expected to come about in MASP between August and November 2019. The exhibition is split in two parts: Histories of Women, which includes artworks from several territories, styles, and pictorial genres, ranging from the 16th century until the late 19th, and Feminist Histories, comprising artists of different nationalities who work around feminist ideas or in response to them in the 21st century.
 
The seminar integrates the public program of the exhibition Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985, curated by Cecilia Fajardo-Hill and Andrea Giunta, and organized by the Hammer Museum of Los Angeles, currently on display at Pinacoteca de São Paulo until November 19th.
 
Organization: Adriano Pedrosa, André Mesquita, Isabella Rjeille, and Jochen Volz.