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October 13 - 16, 2005

International symposium

Schaubühne Lindenfels,
Karl-Heine-Strasse 50, 04229 Leipzig

The “East Art Map” of the Slovenian artist group IRWIN is the impulse behind the project’s attempt to reflect on the (inter-)relationships between contemporary art in eastern and western Europe. With an eye on the transnational aspects of such relations, the symposium will debate the (re-)construction of art history and the politics of representation. The interdisciplinary symposium is designed to provide the platform for productive exchange between academics, artists, and the public. In this way, the symposium will function as a launch pad for a permanent “triangular” cooperation model between these three groupings.

Project leadership and coordination: Prof. Dr. Marina Gržinić, Ljubljana/Wien, Prof. Dr. Günther Heeg and Dr. Veronika Darian, Leipzig.




Conference language: English

PROGRAMME

THURSDAY, 13th OCTOBER 2005

18.00, Ballsaal:
Welcome and opening of the symposium
Participants:
Dr. Georg Girardet (Councillor of Culture, City of Leipzig)
Katrin Klingan (Artistic Director of relations)
Prof. Dr. Marina Gržinić and Prof. Dr. Günther Heeg (Co-Directors of Mind the Map! – History Is Not Given)

18.30, Grüner Salon: Press conference

19.30, Ballsaal: Performance: "Sofia SP – Science Is Fiction" (frankfurter küche Ballsaal Leipzig / Sofia)

20.30 Buffet, music


FRIDAY, 14th OCTOBER 2005

10.00 – 19.00 Video-loops:
Konstantinos Goutos: "berliner fuge, 2003" (Café)
Video compilation of selected artworks included in the "East Art Map" (Westflügel)
10.30 – 11.00 Introduction to the video compilation of selected artworks included in the "East Art Map" by IRWIN (Westflügel)

11.00 – 12.30, Ballsaal: 1st Panel
Prof. Dr. Beatrice von Bismarck (Introduction)
Ewa Wójtowicz: "Approaching the Project: From Conceptual Art to Net Art"
Marko Stamenković: "Curatorial Cross-Border Politics from (the East of) Europe: Global Communicative Actions, Digital Interventions and a Distributive Network of Powers"

12.45 – 14.15, Ballsaal: 2nd Panel
Prof. Dr. Grzegorz Dziamski (Introduction)
Anya Zaytseva: "The Russian Action in the Changing Institutional Context"
Roman Grabner: "Vadim Zakharov – Between Preserving the Disappearing and Disappearing in the Preserved"

15.30 – 17.00, Grüner Salon: 3rd Panel
Prof. Dr. Miško Šuvaković (Introduction)
Šefik Šeki Tatlić: "Inclusion as the Paradigm of the A-Political within the Capital Machine"
Antje Dietze: "Enter, Exit and Re-enter the Ghost"

17.15 – 18.45, Grüner Salon: 4th Panel
Prof. Dr. Werner Fenz (Introduction)
Michael Wehren: "Who Can Narrate without Translating?"
Mirjana Peitler: "Terms of Time and Space in the Art Practice of Andrej Monastyrskij and the Group Collective Actions"

19.00, Grüner Salon: Film presentation Marc Tobias Winterhagen: "Crossing the Borders. A Model for the European Union, 2005"
Clemens von Wedemeyer: "OTJESD" (Leaving/Weggang), 2005
Introduction and discussion with Prof. Dr. Beatrice von Bismarck, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Marc Tobias Winterhagen and Konstantinos Goutos


SATURDAY, 15th OCTOBER 2005

10.00 – 19.00 Video-loops: Marc Tobias Winterhagen: "Crossing the Borders. A Model for the European Union, 2005" (Eingang zum Grünen Salon)
Konstantinos Goutos: "berliner fuge, 2003" (Café)
Video program curated by Prof. Dr. Ekaterina Degot, Moscow (Westflügel)
10.30-11.00 Introduction to the video program curated by Prof. Dr. Ekaterina Degot (Westflügel)

11.00 – 12.30, Ballsaal: 5th Panel
Prof. Dr. Günther Heeg (Introduction)
Bojana Cvejić: "Coming out of Identity into a Greater Transformational Potential: On the Non- Representative Performance Practices in South-East Europe"
Ralo Mayer and Philipp Haupt: "Gothenburg N.B."

12.45 – 14.15, Ballsaal: 6th Panel
Prof. Dr. Marina Gržinić (Introduction)
Dr. Veronika Darian: "PCs (pronounce: pieces) of Evidence. Who Speaks, Whodunit and Whoami?"
Maxim Krekotnev: "The Conceptualism, the Capitalism, its Politics & its Hallucinations"

15.30 – 17.00, Grüner Salon: 7th Panel
Prof. Dr. Ekaterina Degot (Introduction)
Jacek Zydorowicz: "Art as Virus. Polish Critical Art after 1989"
Alexander Koch: "KUNST VERLASSEN #5: Why Would You Give Up Art in Postwar Eastern Europe (And How Could We Know)? Adding Some New Blind Spots to the East Art Map"

18.00 – 19.30, Ballsaal:
Final Panel "Mapping the (Triangular) Research"
With Participants of the Symposium

22.30, Ballsaal: Party with DJ


SUNDAY, 16th OCTOBER 2005

Schaubühne Lindenfels
10.00 – 19.00 Video-Loops:
Marc Tobias Winterhagen: "Crossing the Borders. A Model for the European Union, 2005" (Eingang zum Grünen Salon)
Konstantinos Goutos: "berliner fuge, 2003" (Café)
Video compilation of selected artworks included in the "East Art Map", Video programme curated by Prof. Dr. Ekaterina Degot, Moscow (Grüner Salon)

15.00 Panel in Hagen
Dr. Michael Fehr (Introduction)
Karoline Kaluza: "Continuities and Discontinuities in the Development of Modern Polish Fine Art, Focusing on the History of the Muzeum Sztuki Lodz"

 
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