Oliver Grau | 23 Oct 16:37 2014
Antye Greie-Ripatti | 23 Oct 11:29 2014

Fwd: Hidden Economies: A seminar on economic possibility

fyi

> Hidden Economies: A seminar on economic possibility
> 	
> Hidden Economies - a seminar on economic possibility
> By Brett Bloom, Bonnie Fortune and Lise Skou
> 
> www.hiddeneconomies.net
> 
> Designer, James Langdon's version of 'The Economy is an Iceberg' originally drawn by Ken Byrne. Langdon
created this image for 'Trade Show' (2014) curated by Kathrin Bőhm & Gavin Wade for Eastside Projects, UK.
> 
> Contact
> liseskou@...
> Lise Skou
> Phone: +4553559708
> 
> Address
> www.hiddeneconomies.net
> The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
> Kongens Nytorv 1
> 1050 Copenhagen K
> Denmark
> 
> Info
> Organized by Brett Bloom, Bonnie Fortune and Lise Skou 
> Pre-seminar dinner event: October 22. 7pm 
> Seminar: 23-24 October. 10am-8pm
> 
>  
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LEAP | 22 Oct 13:46 2014
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Workshop Open Call // bösediva - Abwesendes Fleisch // LEAP// Berlin

Dear Spectre readers, I wanted to bring your attention to a workshop process that we are initiating at LEAP in Berlin together with the artist group bösediva, the workshop is called „Abwesendes Fleisch“ („absent flesh") and focuses on the search for a new language of the body. (See below)

John McKiernan


LEAP



bösediva - Abwesendes Fleisch

Eine Bewegungswerkstatt


--German below --


The artists group bösediva is initiating a workshop process in collaboration with LEAP Berlin. We are searching for five to seven participants for a common open learning process.


The workshop is called „Abwesendes Fleisch“ („absent flesh") and focuses on the search for a new language of the body. We are looking for a new quality of movement, which is not contemporary dance, not theater, not therapy, not sport, but maybe art.


The workshop is open end. During its course it will feature public presentations, the form of which will be developed in the group. All members of the group should have a practical or theoretical interest in the performative in some form. Nevertheless, we hope specifically for participants that do not come directly from the dance or Performance backgrounds.


During the working process body and movement experts will be invited in order to widen the knowledge of the participants. These experts come from professions that require an intensive examination of physicality on a practical or theoretical level.


They should inspire us to deal with different body conditions and body images, with control and loss of control, health, the body as a machine, an object, an instrument, with forms of disablement, with torture, sports, nutrition or addiction, without losing sight of the practical work on movement.


The input of experts can be incorporated directly or indirectly in the work. The interventions of experts may be public or private.


The workshop will take the form of a bi-weekly, two-hour meeting at LEAP; a public intervention in the first month is our initial goal. This project is currently not funded, no participants and experts fees or allowances can be paid.


Contact: diva-3HBOHxPBfecuZeo0DBJMuQ@public.gmane.org


-----------------


Wir, die Künstlergruppe bösediva, gründen in Zusammenarbeit mit dem LEAP in Berlin eine Werkstatt und suchen fünf bis sieben Teilnehmer für einen gemeinsamen offenen Lernprozess. Die Werkstatt heißt „Abwesendes Fleisch“. Es geht um die Suche nach einer neuen Körpersprache. Wir suchen eine neue Bewegungsqualität, die nicht zeitgenössischer Tanz ist, nicht Theater, nicht Therapie, nicht Sport, aber vielleicht Kunst.


Das Ende der Werkstatt ist offen. In ihrem Verlauf soll es öffentliche Präsentationen geben, deren Form die Gruppe entwickeln muss. Alle Angehörigen der Gruppe soll ein praktisches oder theoretisches Interesse am Performativen in irgendeiner Form verbinden. Dennoch hoffen wir gezielt auch auf Teilnehmer, die nicht direkt aus dem Tanz- oder Perfomancebereich kommen.


Im Verlauf der Arbeit werden Körper- und Bewegungsexperten eingeladen, die das Wissen der Teilnehmer erweitern sollen. Diese Experten stammen aus Berufen, die eine intensive Auseinandersetzung mit Körperlichkeit auf praktischer oder theoretischer Ebene erfordern. Sie sollen uns anregen zur Auseinandersetzung mit verschiedenen Körperzuständen und Körperbildern, Kontrolle und Kontrollverlust, Gesundheit, mit dem Körper als Maschine, Objekt, Instrument, mit Behinderung, Folter, Sport, Ernährung oder Sucht, ohne dabei die praktische Bewegungsarbeit aus den Augen zu verlieren.


Der Input der Experten kann direkt oder indirekt in die Arbeit einfließen. Die Interventionen der Experten können öffentlich oder nichtöffentlich sein.


Für den Arbeitsrhythmus wären sind zweiwöchentliche, zweistündige Treffen im LEAP und eine öffentliche Expertenintervention im Monat ein erstes Ziel. Dieses Projekt wird zur Zeit nicht gefördert, Teilnehmern und Experten können keine Honorare oder Aufwandsentschädigungen gezahlt werden.


Kontakt: diva <at> boesediva.de



bösediva

Robin Detje/Elisa Duca


diva-3HBOHxPBfecuZeo0DBJMuQ@public.gmane.org

www.boesediva.de





LEAP

Lab for Emerging Arts and Performance

Leipziger Str. 63

(Ecke Markgrafenstraße.)

10117 Berlin


info-maRsbDiNMugdnm+yROfE0A@public.gmane.org

http://www.xleapx.org/


Opening hours

Exhibitions: 12.00-18.00h Tuesday-Saturday (during exhibitions)

or appointment.



<div><div dir="ltr">
<div class="gmail_quote">
<div dir="ltr">
<span><p dir="ltr"><span>Dear Spectre readers,
</span><span>
I wanted to bring your attention to a workshop process that we are initiating at <a href="http://www.xleapx.org">LEAP</a> in Berlin together with the artist group b&ouml;sediva, t</span><span>he workshop is called &bdquo;Abwesendes Fleisch&ldquo; (&bdquo;absent flesh") and focuses on the search for a new language of the body. (See below)</span></p></span><span><p dir="ltr"><span>
John McKiernan</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>LEAP</span></p>
<p><br><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>b&ouml;sediva - Abwesendes Fleisch</span></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>Eine Bewegungswerkstatt</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>--German below --</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>The artists group b&ouml;sediva is initiating a workshop process in collaboration with LEAP Berlin. We are searching for five to seven participants for a common open learning process.</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>The workshop is called &bdquo;Abwesendes Fleisch&ldquo; (&bdquo;absent flesh") and focuses on the search for a new language of the body. We are looking for a new quality of movement, which is not contemporary dance, not theater, not therapy, not sport, but maybe art.</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>The workshop is open end. During its course it will feature public presentations, the form of which will be developed in the group. All members of the group should have a practical or theoretical interest in the performative in some form. Nevertheless, we hope specifically for participants that do not come directly from the dance or Performance backgrounds.</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>During the working process body and movement experts will be invited in order to widen the knowledge of the participants. These experts come from professions that require an intensive examination of physicality on a practical or theoretical level.</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>They should inspire us to deal with different body conditions and body images, with control and loss of control, health, the body as a machine, an object, an instrument, with forms of disablement, with torture, sports, nutrition or addiction, without losing sight of the practical work on movement.</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>The input of experts can be incorporated directly or indirectly in the work. The interventions of experts may be public or private.</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>The workshop will take the form of a bi-weekly, two-hour meeting at LEAP; a public intervention in the first month is our initial goal. This project is currently not funded, no participants and experts fees or allowances can be paid.</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>Contact: <a href="mailto:diva@..." target="_blank">diva@...</a></span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>-----------------</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>Wir, die K&uuml;nstlergruppe b&ouml;sediva, gr&uuml;nden in Zusammenarbeit mit dem LEAP in Berlin eine Werkstatt und suchen f&uuml;nf bis sieben Teilnehmer f&uuml;r einen gemeinsamen offenen Lernprozess. Die Werkstatt hei&szlig;t &bdquo;Abwesendes Fleisch&ldquo;. Es geht um die Suche nach einer neuen K&ouml;rpersprache. Wir suchen eine neue Bewegungsqualit&auml;t, die nicht zeitgen&ouml;ssischer Tanz ist, nicht Theater, nicht Therapie, nicht Sport, aber vielleicht Kunst.</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>Das Ende der Werkstatt ist offen. In ihrem Verlauf soll es &ouml;ffentliche Pr&auml;sentationen geben, deren Form die Gruppe entwickeln muss. Alle Angeh&ouml;rigen der Gruppe soll ein praktisches oder theoretisches Interesse am Performativen in irgendeiner Form verbinden. Dennoch hoffen wir gezielt auch auf Teilnehmer, die nicht direkt aus dem Tanz- oder Perfomancebereich kommen.</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>Im Verlauf der Arbeit werden K&ouml;rper- und Bewegungsexperten eingeladen, die das Wissen der Teilnehmer erweitern sollen. Diese Experten stammen aus Berufen, die eine intensive Auseinandersetzung mit K&ouml;rperlichkeit auf praktischer oder theoretischer Ebene erfordern. Sie sollen uns anregen zur Auseinandersetzung mit verschiedenen K&ouml;rperzust&auml;nden und K&ouml;rperbildern, Kontrolle und Kontrollverlust, Gesundheit, mit dem K&ouml;rper als Maschine, Objekt, Instrument, mit Behinderung, Folter, Sport, Ern&auml;hrung oder Sucht, ohne dabei die praktische Bewegungsarbeit aus den Augen zu verlieren.</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>Der Input der Experten kann direkt oder indirekt in die Arbeit einflie&szlig;en. Die Interventionen der Experten k&ouml;nnen &ouml;ffentlich oder nicht&ouml;ffentlich sein.</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>F&uuml;r den Arbeitsrhythmus w&auml;ren sind zweiw&ouml;chentliche, zweist&uuml;ndige Treffen im LEAP und eine &ouml;ffentliche Expertenintervention im Monat ein erstes Ziel. Dieses Projekt wird zur Zeit nicht gef&ouml;rdert, Teilnehmern und Experten k&ouml;nnen keine Honorare oder Aufwandsentsch&auml;digungen gezahlt werden.</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>Kontakt: <a href="mailto:diva@..." target="_blank">diva <at> boesediva.de</a></span></p>
<p><br><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>b&ouml;sediva</span></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>Robin Detje/Elisa Duca</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span><a href="mailto:diva@..." target="_blank">diva@...</a></span></p>
<p dir="ltr"><a href="http://www.boesediva.de/" target="_blank"><span>www.boesediva.de</span></a></p>
<p><br><br><br><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>LEAP</span></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>Lab for Emerging Arts and Performance</span></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>Leipziger Str. 63</span></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>(Ecke Markgrafenstra&szlig;e.)</span></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>10117 Berlin</span></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>info@...</span></p>
<p dir="ltr"><a href="http://www.xleapx.org/" target="_blank"><span>http://www.xleapx.org/</span></a></p>
<p><br></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>Opening hours</span></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>Exhibitions: 12.00-18.00h Tuesday-Saturday (during exhibitions)</span></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span>or appointment.</span></p>
<p><br></p></span>
</div>
</div>
<br>
</div></div>
ll | 21 Oct 22:32 2014
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( nula ) new filecast: 56953 excursus. mp3, 10 minutes.

56953 excursus

Our tireless habit of trawling like magpies leaves us a trove of disconnected fragments of unclear
usefulness. Combined with the feverish symptoms of our imagination’s labors, they elicit continents
of bleak emptiness, dark harbors, burst tensions, moments of quiet violence, and even love. We find
solace in these digressions.

http://nula.cc/56953 
http://soundcloud.com/nulacc/56953-excursus

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56946 islands

The city of Wrocław, formerly Breslau, lies on both sides of the river Odra, and spans some eleven islands.
After the war, its populace was driven out and replaced, the newcomers also having been forced from of
their previous abodes. This has left this richly layered city fragmented, but not broken.

http://nula.cc/56946

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56939 father of apples

With the sound of trickling water all around and the late summer wind in the trees, many parts of Almaty enjoy
an almost pastoral ambience, surprising for a rectilinear city of a million and a half people. …

http://nula.cc/56939

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Jonathan Reus | 21 Oct 19:24 2014
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Book presentation No Patent Pending, self-made performative media

Within the exhibition In Praise of Shadows at TETEM art space iii will give a presentation of its freshly printed publication “No Patent Pending, self-made performative media” on Tuesday evening 11 November. The presentation is accompanied by talks by: Evelina Domnitch en Dmitry Gelfand, Matteo Marangoni en Jonathan Reus.

The book collects contributions from Ewen Chardronnet, Evelina Domnitch & Dmitry Gelfand, Lars Kynde, Alessandro Ludovico, Matteo Marangoni, Jonathan Reus, Joel Ryan & Kristina Andersen, Dieter Vandoren, Anne Wellmer, Godfried-Willem Raes and Yolanda Uriz within a playful format designed by Studio Luc Derycke. Edited by Matteo Marangoni.

The book presentation will be accompanied by a program of talks by:

Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand: "Art as Rigorous Phenomenology"
Matteo Marangoni: "Invention, Speculation, Utopia, and the Heritage of the Avant-garde"
Jonathan Reus: "Being There - on art of presence"

Program:
Tuesday 11 November 2014:
19.00 Doors open
19.30 Start program
21.00 Drinks
21.30 End

Talks will be in English
Entrance: free
Let us know if you are coming before 10 November via receptie-EoCdyEBIuLg@public.gmane.org

Location:
TETEM kunstruimte
Stroinksbleekweg 16
7523 ZL Enschede, the Netherlands
www.tetem.nl

Book information
No Patent Pending, self-made performative media.
84 pages + box, 17 x 24 cm loose leaf. Published by iii editions with MER. Paperkunsthalle. ISBN number: 978 94 9177 567 3
<div><div dir="ltr">
<span class="">Within the exhibition In Praise of Shadows at TETEM 
art space iii will give a presentation of its freshly printed 
publication &ldquo;No Patent Pending, self-made performative media&rdquo; on Tuesday
 evening 11 November. The presentation is accompanied by talks by: 
Evelina Domnitch en Dmitry Gelfand, Matteo Marangoni en Jonathan Reus.<br><br>
 The book collects contributions from Ewen Chardronnet, Evelina Domnitch
 &amp; Dmitry Gelfand, Lars Kynde, Alessandro Ludovico, Matteo 
Marangoni, Jonathan Reus, Joel Ryan &amp; Kristina Andersen, Dieter 
Vandoren, Anne Wellmer, Godfried-Willem Raes and Yolanda Uriz within a 
playful format designed by Studio Luc Derycke. Edited by Matteo 
Marangoni.<br><br> The book presentation will be accompanied by a program<span class=""> of talks by:<br><br> Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand: "Art as Rigorous Phenomenology"<br> Matteo Marangoni: "Invention, Speculation, Utopia, and the Heritage of the Avant-garde"<br> Jonathan Reus: "Being There - on art of presence"<br><br> Program:<br> Tuesday 11 November 2014:<br> 19.00 Doors open<br> 19.30 Start program<br> 21.00 Drinks<br> 21.30 End<br><br> Talks will be in English<br> Entrance: free<br> Let us know if you are coming before 10 November via <a href="mailto:receptie@...">receptie@...</a><br><br> Location:<br> TETEM kunstruimte<br> Stroinksbleekweg 16<br> 7523 ZL Enschede, the Netherlands<br><a href="http://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.tetem.nl%2F&amp;h=OAQHhXcqt&amp;enc=AZPR23QPdWaWI7KWuwHeDxNTzUJ0HxlkY-eKSqsSvWO3oxUSMoN100v1bQn02vJw09c&amp;s=1" rel="nofollow nofollow" target="_blank">www.tetem.nl</a><br><br> Book information<br> No Patent Pending, self-made performative media.<br> 84 pages + box, 17 x 24 cm loose leaf. Published by iii editions with MER. Paperkunsthalle. ISBN number: 978 94 9177 567 3</span></span>
</div></div>
Andreas Broeckmann | 21 Oct 17:10 2014
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Fwd: searching for critical urban research agents in Athens!

dear fellow spectrites, these colleagues are looking for interesting 
contacts in Athens - if you can help, please, contact oliver directly:

oliver lerone schultz <vision@...>

regards,
-a

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Betreff: [CDCinfo] taking a look at 'Subsumption' : searching for 
critical urban research agents in Athens!
Datum: Tue, 21 Oct 2014 16:35:15 +0200
Von: oliver lerone schultz <vision@...>

dear colleagues,

'Enclosures of New Athens. Sightseeing new localisations of power' will
be a workshop in the confines of 'New Babylon Revisited', curated by
Daphne Dragona and supported by Goethe Institut Athens, taking place
between Nov. 3rd and 9th.

... and we are still looking for partners in Athens for 'critical
siteseeing' between Nov. 3rd and 6th!

– if you know people and/or projects in Athens invested in researching –
practically, theoretically, academically – places and spaces in relation
to the constitution (or de-construction) of power, please forward the
following link:

http://001-newathens-event.subsumption.xyz/

... or put us in contact! :-)

the research-intervention is planned as Participatory Activist Research
(containing 'activism' as well as 'research') and will take the form of
an workshop on the commons and their (mediatic) enclosures. this
workshop I will do together with Adnan Hadzi (reSync) – using – amongst
other things – the PirateBox as a research collection vehicle and as
tool for collective medial methodology
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PirateBox). but we will also be
collaborating with the Athens Wireless Metropolitan Network
(http://www.awmn.net/) and others.
– it will also be the first phase of the re-activation of the ‚Glossary
of Subsumption' as a 'Collective Edition' (see
postmedialab.org/glossary-subsumption-workshop).

grateful for any support in this!
oliver

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Radio Web MACBA | 21 Oct 17:05 2014
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New podcast: INTERRUPTIONS #18. Vox et repetitio, by Eduard Escoffet #soundpoetry

New podcast: INTERRUPTIONS #18. Vox et repetitio, by Eduard Escoffet #soundpoetry

In this new instalment, we capture some of the infinite instances of voice and repetition in
Eduard Escoffet's sound poetry collection.

http://rwm.macba.cat/en/curatorial/interruptions-eduard-escoffet/capsula

‘Repetition is a form of change.’

Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt, Oblique Strategies

 

Repetition is one of the core elements of poetry; it is engraved into the DNA of what poetry is or what it has tried to be. The idea of repetition (and reproduction) can be traced back to its origins: poetry was born because of its capacity to capture and conserve a story or a thought –in the absence of writing, rhymed verse aids in the memorisation and reproduction of a text– and the capacity of the spoken word to transport both speaker and listener, to transcend the moment thanks to repetition, which is the foundation of trance rituals –the most spiritual aspect of poetry.

 

And from that point on, we can detect the idea of repetition in various aspects of poetry throughout history, from the most basic –rhyme, meter– to formal strategies such as refrains and rhyming words in sestinas. In the twentieh century repetition became more complex and pervasive –we shouldn’t forget that this period saw the birth of pop and of mass cultural communication: nothing requires repetition and variations on a single element as much as a message that aspires to spreading everywhere and reaching everybody–, and new experimental genres began to emerge, such as echoes, in which the poet’s voice is repeated. It was the start of a desire to push repetition further: to repeat the voice, the sound of the poet, and create a vocal canon with oneself.

 

Throughout the ages, poetry has ultimately always been a kind of voice recording machine. But actual recording was not an option until the twentieth century, when technology made it possible to record, play back, process and multiply the voice of the poet. One source, infinite layers. A machine for expressing the multiplicity that exists in every voice, in every person. This led to the birth of a new genre, a new path that is in reality simply a revival of the original poetry which existed before print: voice and repetition.

 

In my own case, the idea of repetition has always accompanied me to the point where I can say it almost obsessed me. I see repetition in the origins of poetry, and also in the melody that weaves over a constant loop during an endless dawn at a club, and in the infinite variations of baroque music –everything is already invented, there is only variation, as Baltasar Gracián said. And repetition is also the noise that makes it possible to climb the ladder of escape, and absence, and the death instinct, and a change, and the door that indicates that there is a way out of here. To me, all of this –sound poetry, repetition– maps out a zone of convergence between technological innovation, the return to original poetry and the avant-garde in the sense of the transformation of reading and writing systems. Repeating a word over and over strips it of its ordinary definition and reveals an unexpected sound and meaning, freed from the word’s accumulated history. And repeating the same voice over itself makes it possible to add layers of meaning that a univocal poem cannot transmit. That’s what poetry is: to speak again, to silence words, to rediscover, repeat and feel the variations.



Enjoy!


<div><div dir="ltr">
<div>
<h1><span>New podcast: INTERRUPTIONS #18. Vox et repetitio, by Eduard Escoffet #soundpoetry</span></h1>
<p> </p>
<span>In this new instalment, we capture some of the infinite instances of voice and repetition in<br>Eduard Escoffet's sound poetry collection.<br><br><a href="http://rwm.macba.cat/en/curatorial/interruptions-eduard-escoffet/capsula">http://rwm.macba.cat/en/curatorial/interruptions-eduard-escoffet/capsula</a><br><br></span>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-GB">&lsquo;Repetition is a form of change.&rsquo;</span></span></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-GB">Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt, </span><span lang="EN-GB">Oblique Strategies</span><span lang="EN-GB"> </span></span></p>

<p class="MsoNormal" align="right"><span><span lang="EN-GB">&nbsp;</span></span></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-GB">Repetition is one of the core elements of
poetry; it is engraved into the DNA of what poetry is or what it has tried to
be. The idea of repetition (and reproduction) can be traced back to its
origins: poetry was born because of its capacity to capture and conserve a
story or a thought &ndash;in the absence of writing, rhymed verse aids in the
memorisation and reproduction of a text&ndash; and the capacity of the spoken word to
transport both speaker and listener, to transcend the moment thanks to
repetition, which is the foundation of trance rituals &ndash;the most spiritual
aspect of poetry. </span></span></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-GB">&nbsp;</span></span></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-GB">And from that point on, we can detect the
idea of repetition in various aspects of poetry throughout history, from the
most basic &ndash;rhyme, meter&ndash; to formal strategies such as refrains and rhyming
words in sestinas. In the twentieh century repetition became more complex and
pervasive &ndash;we shouldn&rsquo;t forget that this period saw the birth of pop and of
mass cultural communication: nothing requires repetition and variations on a
single element as much as a message that aspires to spreading everywhere and
reaching everybody&ndash;, and new experimental genres began to emerge, such as
echoes, in which the poet&rsquo;s voice is repeated. It was the start of a desire to
push repetition further: to repeat the voice, the sound of the poet, and create
a vocal canon with oneself. </span></span></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-GB">&nbsp;</span></span></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-GB">Throughout the ages, poetry has ultimately
always been a kind of voice recording machine. But actual recording was not an
option until the twentieth century, when technology made it possible to record,
play back, process and multiply the voice of the poet. One source, infinite
layers. A machine for expressing the multiplicity that exists in every voice,
in every person. This led to the birth of a new genre, a new path that is in
reality simply a revival of the original poetry which existed before print:
voice and repetition.</span></span></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-GB">&nbsp;</span></span></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-GB">In my own case, the idea of repetition has always
accompanied me to the point where I can say it almost obsessed me. I see
repetition in the origins of poetry, and also in the melody that weaves over a
constant loop during an endless dawn at a club, and in the infinite variations
of baroque music &ndash;everything is already invented, there is only variation, as
Baltasar Graci&aacute;n said. And repetition is also the noise that makes it possible
to climb the ladder of escape, and absence, and the death instinct, and a
change, and the door that indicates that there is a way out of here. To me, all
of this &ndash;sound poetry, repetition&ndash; maps out a zone of convergence between
technological innovation, the return to original poetry and the avant-garde in
the sense of the transformation of reading and writing systems. Repeating a
word over and over strips it of its ordinary definition and reveals an
unexpected sound and meaning, freed from the word&rsquo;s accumulated history. And
repeating the same voice over itself makes it possible to add layers of meaning
that a univocal poem cannot transmit. That&rsquo;s what poetry is: to speak again, to
silence words, to rediscover, repeat and feel the variations. </span></span></p>

<span><br><br></span>
</div>
<span>Enjoy!<br></span><div><p><span><br></span></p></div>
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stefan rusu | 21 Oct 13:14 2014
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Public Events in the frame of SPACES ON THE RUN

 

Dushanbe Art Ground announces a series of public events in Dushanbe in the frame of: “SPACES ON THE RUN - Mapping, activating, rethinking the status of public spaces in Central Asian context” project.

 

Period: 21 - 26 of October 2014

Project organizer: Dushanbe Art Ground (Public Foundation “Sanati Muosir”)

Project partners: Prince Claus Fund/NL, Arts Collaboratory - a Hivos&DOEN Foundation programme/NL, Goethe Institute Tashkent/Uzbekistan, Goethe Institute Almaty/Kazakhstan.

 

Project partners in Tajikistan: The State University of Visual Art and Design of Tajikistan, The Union of Artists of Tajikistan, The Union of Designers-TJ, The Union of Architects-TJ/Dushanbe.

Regional partners: Studio-ADDress, Almaty/Kazakhstan, Saken Narinov/studioVDNH/Almaty,

 

A series of public events conceived as part of Final Presentation section of the project will activate a number of spots in Dushanbe. This locations where previously selected by participants during the research and documentation section of the project that deals with the changing status of public space and its shifted function after the country become independent and following the period of civil war in Tajikistan. A series of public events comprises: activation of Mobile Unit developed by Ewa Rudnitska/Poland, guided-tour conceived by Sulaymon Sharifi/ Tajikistan, an exhibition designed by Alexei Rumyantsev/ Tajikistan along with the lectures, presentations of a number of projects presentations realized by project participants and contributors from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.

 

PROGRAM:

 

21 October (Tuesday)
Guided tour: “Lost Mosaic” – Sulaymon Sharifi, visual artist, Tajikistan
Time: 14.00-15.00
Location: Textile Factory Guliston
Address: Bukhoro Str.

 

22 October (Wednesday)
Location: Children’s Park (Mobile Platform)
Address: 54 Shohtemur Str.
1. Launch of Mobile Platform - Ewa Rudnicka, architect, Poland.

Time: 15.00-15.30

2. Presentation of Children-Youth Center, Dushanbe

Time: 15.30-16.15

3. Presentation “ Activation of public space in Poland” – Ewa Rudnicka-architect, Poland.

Time:  16.30-17.15

4. Lecture “Projects in public space” – Saken Narynov-architect, Kazakhstan.

Time:  17.30-18.15

5. Presentation “Vanishing city. Parks of Dushanbe” – Gafur Shermatov-writer, urban activist, Tajikistan

Time:  18.15-19.00

 

23 October (Thursday)

Project “Youth Lake Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”, Omorova Gulbara-visual artist, Kyrgyzstan

Location: Youth Lake, Dushanbe

Time: 16.00-16.30


24 October (Friday)
Location: Cinema 8 March
Address: Rudaki Bul.
1. Presentation of media project “On the streets of Bukhara”- Alexandr Nicolaev-visual artist, Uzbekistan
Time: 15.00-15.45
2. Lecture-presentation “Transformation of public space in Almaty” – Saken Narynov-architect, Kazakhstan.
Time: 15.45-16.30
3. Project presentation: “My City. Choice” – Alexandr Nicolaev-visual artist, Uzbekistan
Time: 16.30-17.15
4. Project presentation: “Dushanbe-selfie” - Tuychieva Surayo-visual artist, Tajikistan
Time: 17.30-18.15
5. Lecture-presentation: “Dushanbe Mosaics” – Sulaymon Sharifi-visual artist, Tajikistan
Time: 18.15-19.15


25 October (Saturday)

1. Project presentation: “Top citizens"- Bakytzhan Salikhov-designer/visual artist, Kazakhstan

Time: 14.00-15.00
Location: Central Store
Address: Rudaki Bul.2. Public action “Absence”- Alexei Rumyantsev- visual artist, Tajikistan
Time: 17.00-19.00
Location: Chaihona (located on the territory of a former museum Behzod)
Address: Corner of 31Ainy Str. And Lahuti Str.

 

 

"SPACES ON THE RUN - Mapping, activating, rethinking the status of public spaces in Central Asian context" project aims is to understand/analyze the processes behind recent transformations of the public spaces in post-socialist context and investigate the status of public spaces in Central Asia challenging the hegemonic narratives, consumerist and private interests by re-appropriating/re-thinking and re-activating the public space trough contemporary art and social practices. The project consist in the following components: Mobile Workshop organized in Dushanbe, research-documentation lab, theoretical seminars, a number of art projects/creative interventions in the public space will be realized by invited participants from Central Asia (Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan).

 

This project is supported by Prince Claus Fund, The Netherlands, Arts Collaboratory - a Hivos&DOEN Foundation programme, The Netherlands, Goethe Institute Almaty/Kazakhstan, Goethe Institute Tashkent/Uzbekistan and by Adam Mickewicz Institute, Poland.

 

Project team:

project curator - Stefan Rusu, project manager - Jamshed Kholikov, coordinator of educational section - Surayo Tuychieva

 

Address:

Dushanbe Art Ground,

State University of Visual Arts and Design of Tajikistan,

Str. Aini 31, Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Post code: 734012

 

FB page: https://www.facebook.com/dushanbe.artground?fref=ts

 

Dushanbe Art Ground (Public Foundation “Sanati Muosir”)– is a non-profit organization registered in 2012 in Dushanbe. DAG mission is to advocate for the development of contemporary art practices in Tajikistan, to redefine the role of the artist in contemporary society and shift the function of the artist from mere producer to engaged researcher and critic. DAG strategy is to achieve long-term sustainable development for new media arts and new platforms where creative and civic communities could collaboratively invent alternative avenues for social development and change. Dushanbe Art Ground activity is supported by Open Society Institute–Assistance Foundation in Tajikistan and Swiss Cooperation Office, Tajikistan.

 

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stefan rusu - curator

dushanbe art ground
tel: + 992 935036903
email: suhebator-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org
skype: suhebator1

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<p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Public Events in the frame of SPACES ON THE RUN</span></span></p>

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</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Dushanbe Art Ground announces a series of public
events in Dushanbe in the frame of: &ldquo;SPACES ON THE RUN - Mapping, activating, rethinking
the status of public spaces in Central Asian context&rdquo; project. </span></span></p>
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</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
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</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Period: 21 - 26 of October 2014</span></span></p>
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</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Project organizer: Dushanbe Art Ground (Public
Foundation &ldquo;Sanati Muosir&rdquo;)</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Project partners: Prince Claus Fund/NL, Arts
Collaboratory - a Hivos&amp;DOEN Foundation programme/NL, Goethe Institute
Tashkent/Uzbekistan, Goethe Institute Almaty/Kazakhstan.</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Project partners in Tajikistan: The State
University of Visual Art and Design of Tajikistan, The Union of Artists of
Tajikistan, The Union of Designers-TJ, The Union of Architects-TJ/Dushanbe. </span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Regional partners: Studio-ADDress, Almaty/Kazakhstan,
Saken Narinov/studioVDNH/Almaty, </span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">A series of public events conceived as part of
Final Presentation section of the project will activate a number of spots in
Dushanbe. This locations where previously selected by participants during the
research and documentation section of the project that deals with the changing
status of public space and its shifted function after the country become
independent and following the period of civil war in Tajikistan. A series of
public events comprises: activation of Mobile Unit developed by Ewa
Rudnitska/Poland, guided-tour conceived by Sulaymon Sharifi/ Tajikistan, an
exhibition designed by Alexei Rumyantsev/ Tajikistan along with the lectures,
presentations of a number of projects presentations realized by project
participants and contributors from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and
Tajikistan. </span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
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</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">PROGRAM:</span></span></p>
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</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
<span>21 October (Tuesday)<br>Guided tour: &ldquo;Lost Mosaic&rdquo; &ndash; Sulaymon Sharifi, visual artist, Tajikistan<br>Time: 14.00-15.00<br>Location: Textile Factory Guliston<br>Address: Bukhoro Str.</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
<span>22 October (Wednesday)<br>Location: Children&rsquo;s Park (Mobile Platform)<br>Address: 54 Shohtemur Str.<br>1. Launch of<span lang="EN-US"> Mobile Platform - Ewa Rudnicka, architect,
Poland.</span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Time: 15.00-15.30</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">2. Presentation of Children-Youth Center, Dushanbe </span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Time: 15.30-16.15</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">3. Presentation &ldquo; Activation of public space in
Poland&rdquo; &ndash; Ewa Rudnicka-architect, Poland.</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Time:<span>&nbsp;
</span>16.30-17.15</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">4. Lecture &ldquo;Projects in public space&rdquo; &ndash; Saken
Narynov-architect, Kazakhstan.</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Time:<span>&nbsp;
</span>17.30-18.15</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">5. Presentation &ldquo;Vanishing city. Parks of Dushanbe&rdquo;
&ndash; Gafur Shermatov-writer, urban activist, Tajikistan </span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Time:<span>&nbsp;
</span>18.15-19.00</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">23 October (Thursday) </span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Project &ldquo;</span><span lang="EN-US">Youth Lake Yesterday,
Today and Tomorrow</span><span lang="EN-US">&rdquo;, </span><span lang="EN-US">Omorova
Gulbara</span><span lang="EN-US">-visual
artist, Kyrgyzstan</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Location: </span><span lang="EN-US">Youth Lake,</span><span lang="EN-US"> Dushanbe</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Time: 16.00-16.30</span></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US"><br></span></span></p>
<span><span lang="EN-US"> </span>24 October (Friday)<br>Location: Cinema 8 March<br>Address: Rudaki Bul.<br>1. Presentation of media project &ldquo;On the streets of Bukhara&rdquo;- Alexandr Nicolaev-visual artist, Uzbekistan<br>Time: 15.00-15.45<br>2. Lecture-presentation &ldquo;Transformation of public space in Almaty&rdquo; &ndash; Saken Narynov-architect, Kazakhstan.<br>Time: 15.45-16.30<br>3. Project presentation: &ldquo;My City. Choice&rdquo; &ndash; Alexandr Nicolaev-visual artist, Uzbekistan<br>Time: 16.30-17.15<br>4. Project presentation: &ldquo;Dushanbe-selfie&rdquo; - Tuychieva Surayo-visual artist, Tajikistan<br>Time: 17.30-18.15<br>5. Lecture-presentation: &ldquo;Dushanbe Mosaics&rdquo; &ndash; Sulaymon Sharifi-visual artist, Tajikistan<br>Time: 18.15-19.15<span lang="EN-US"></span>

</span><span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US"><br></span></span></p>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">25
October (Saturday)</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">1. Project
presentation: &ldquo;Top citizens"- </span><span lang="EN-US">Bakytzhan Salikhov</span><span lang="EN-US">-designer/visual artist,
Kazakhstan</span></span></p>
<span>Time: 14.00-15.00<br>Location: Central Store<br>Address: Rudaki Bul.2. Public action &ldquo;Absence&rdquo;- Alexei Rumyantsev- visual artist, Tajikistan<br>Time: 17.00-19.00<br>Location: Chaihona (located on the territory of a former museum Behzod)<br>Address: Corner of 31Ainy Str. And Lahuti Str. </span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">"SPACES ON THE RUN - Mapping,
activating, rethinking the status of public spaces in Central Asian context</span><span lang="EN-US">" project aims is to
understand/analyze the processes behind recent transformations of the public
spaces in post-socialist context and investigate the status of public spaces in
Central Asia challenging the hegemonic narratives, consumerist and private
interests by re-appropriating/re-thinking and re-activating the public space
trough contemporary art and social practices. The project consist in the
following components: Mobile Workshop organized in Dushanbe,
research-documentation lab, theoretical seminars, a number of art
projects/creative interventions in the public space will be realized by invited
participants from Central Asia (Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and
Uzbekistan). </span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">This project is supported by Prince Claus Fund, The
Netherlands, Arts Collaboratory - a Hivos&amp;DOEN Foundation programme, The
Netherlands, Goethe Institute Almaty/Kazakhstan, Goethe Institute Tashkent/Uzbekistan
and by Adam Mickewicz Institute, Poland. </span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Project team:</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">project curator - Stefan Rusu, project manager -
Jamshed Kholikov, coordinator of educational section - Surayo Tuychieva</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Address:</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Dushanbe Art Ground, </span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">State University of Visual Arts and Design of
Tajikistan, </span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="RU">Str. Aini 31, Dushanbe,
Tajikistan. Post code: 734012</span><span lang="EN-US"></span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">FB page: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/dushanbe.artground?fref=ts"><span>https://www.facebook.com/dushanbe.artground?fref=ts</span></a></span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-US">Dushanbe
Art Ground (Public Foundation &ldquo;Sanati Muosir&rdquo;)&ndash; is a non-profit organization
registered in 2012 in Dushanbe. DAG mission is to advocate for the development
of contemporary art practices in Tajikistan, to redefine the role of the artist
in contemporary society and shift the function of the artist from mere producer
to engaged researcher and critic. DAG strategy is to achieve long-term
sustainable development for new media arts and new platforms where creative and
civic communities could collaboratively invent alternative avenues for social
development and change. Dushanbe Art Ground activity is supported by Open
Society Institute&ndash;Assistance Foundation in Tajikistan and Swiss Cooperation
Office, Tajikistan.</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="RU">&nbsp;</span></span></p>
<span>

</span><p class="MsoNormal"><span><span><span lang="EN-US">==============================================================</span></span></span><span><span lang="EN-US">=========================</span></span></p>
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email: <a href="http://compose/?mailto=mailto%3asuhebator-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w <at> public.gmane.org" target="_blank">suhebator@...</a><br>
skype: suhebator1<br></span><br>
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Andreas Broeckmann | 21 Oct 10:55 2014
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(fwd) The launch of THE MANIFESTA JOURNAL READER

THE MANIFESTA JOURNAL READER
launch in St. Petersburg on October 24, 2014

19:00 - 21:00 at Smolny Institute, the Department of Liberal Arts and 
Sciences,
(Address: 58-60 Galernaya, Room 223, the Cinema Hall)

The Manifesta Journal Reader is a book that compiles twenty-eight 
articles selected from the previous seventeen issues of the Manifesta 
Journal, one of the first international, professional publications on 
contemporary curatorship. Initiated by the Manifesta Foundation, 
Amsterdam, this extraordinary publication has been translated into 
Russian and published as a collaboration between the Faculty of Liberal 
Arts and Sciences (Smolny College), St. Petersburg State University, 
Manifesta Foundation and Calvert 22 Foundation.

The Manifesta Journal Reader is the result of a dialogue between the 
Publications and Education departments of Manifesta, the Curatorial and 
Critical Writing MA of the St. Petersburg State University and Calvert 
22 Foundation who together discussed the possible opportunities provided 
by MANIFESTA 10 taking place in St. Petersburg. These fruitful and 
inspiring discussions led to a reflection about the legacy of MANIFESTA 
10, the need to leave a permanent trace and the role that Smolny 
College, St. Petersburg plays in shaping the future generations of 
curators and writers.
The Manifesta Journal Reader represents an important step in Calvert 
22’s mission to use cross-cultural communication to broaden theoretical 
awareness and to strengthen practical skills in the arts in Russia and 
Eastern Europe.

The collection of texts, based on the practices and theories of 
contemporary curating, is edited by Viktor Misiano, co-founder of the 
Manifesta Journal with Igor Zabel, and former Manifesta Journal Chief 
Editor, critic, and curator, in collaboration with Nataša 
Petrešin-Bachelez, current Manifesta Journal Chief Editor and the 
support of Virginie Bobin, former Associated Editor.

The Manifesta Journal Reader will provide a solid theoretical body of 
articles to reconsider the meanings and the effects of curatorial 
practices today focusing in the first part on the theoretical 
foundations of curating and formulating a grammar and manual of 
contemporary curatorship in order to move, in the second part, on to 
urgent (geo)political, humanistic, instigating and controversial 
potentialities.

The selection of the articles reflects the evolution of the professional 
figure of the curator and curating since 2003, when the Manifesta 
Journal was founded by the Manifesta Foundation, Amsterdam, with the 
subtitle “Journal of Contemporary Curatorship” to nowadays where the 
focus has shifted to “Around Curatorial Practices”.

It is envisioned that The Manifesta Journal Reader will function as a 
comprehensive textbook for future Russian curators, comprised of a 
wide-reaching sequence of both theoretical and pragmatic articles on 
contemporary artistic and curatorial practices written by outstanding 
international curators and intellectuals, including Russian thinkers 
such as Viktor Mazin and Viktor Misiano but also international thinkers 
like Mary Anne Staniszewski, Rasha Salti, Cuauhtemoc Medina, John 
Akomfrah or Fatima El-Tayed.
The publication was initiated by the Manifesta Foundation, Amsterdam 
(Esther Regueira, Sepake Angiama and Lisa Mazza) in collaboration with 
the FLAS Master of Arts Program in Curatorial Studies (Olesya Turkina 
and Natalia Alyoshina), St. Petersburg State University and the Calvert 
22 Foundation.

The launch will be in Russian and English with simultaneous translation. 
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Annie Abrahams | 21 Oct 09:59 2014
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tonight opening Aksioma Ljubljana

Annie Abrahams Solo exhibition
21 October – 7 November 2014,
Aksioma Project Space, Ljubljana
Tuesday, 21 October at 20h / opening and presentation.

Production: CONA  institute for contemporary art processing
Gallery partner: Aksioma – Institute for Contemporary Art
Residency partner: JSKD and French Institute

The works presented in the exhibition Mie Lahkoo Pomagate? (can you help me?) investigate different attitudes toward language and problematize how its expressivity is structured when placed in a new environment.

The created pieces have an open structure and can be understood as a sort of “hacking”, through which another sphere of what used to be called net art is opened. This other zone is no longer caught in the virtual world, it does not examine its imprints on reality, but cuts through the space of in-betweenness, the real / the virtual, past / present. It calls for a responsible, watchful, and careful entering, reading, acting, reacting, even when we are becoming a witness of a past event, when we are interpreting offered materials, combining, connecting, and understanding them.

More information : http://aabrahams.wordpress.com/2014/10/12/mie-lahkoo-pomagate-can-you-help-me/

Please come along if you are in Ljubljana

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I am also very happy that my book is out :
Annie Abrahams: from estranger to e-stranger
Living in between languages October 2014

The book, 98 pages, is available in print on demand (soft cover) http://www.lulu.com/shop/annie-abrahams/from-estranger-to-e-stranger/paperback/product-21808647.html
and as a free .pdf copy http://www.cona.si/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/from_estranger_to_e_stranger.pdf or  http://www.lulu.com/shop/annie-abrahams/from-estranger-to-e-stranger/ebook/product-21808727.html
<div><div dir="ltr">Annie Abrahams Solo exhibition<br>21 October &ndash; 7 November 2014,<br>Aksioma Project Space, Ljubljana<br>Tuesday, 21 October at 20h / opening and presentation.<br><br>Production: CONA &nbsp;institute for contemporary art processing<br>Gallery partner: Aksioma &ndash; Institute for Contemporary Art<br>Residency partner: JSKD and French Institute<br><br>The works presented in the exhibition Mie Lahkoo Pomagate? (can you help me?) investigate different attitudes toward language and problematize how its expressivity is structured when placed in a new environment.<br><br>The created pieces have an open structure and can be understood as a sort of &ldquo;hacking&rdquo;, through which another sphere of what used to be called net art is opened. This other zone is no longer caught in the virtual world, it does not examine its imprints on reality, but cuts through the space of in-betweenness, the real / the virtual, past / present. It calls for a responsible, watchful, and careful entering, reading, acting, reacting, even when we are becoming a witness of a past event, when we are interpreting offered materials, combining, connecting, and understanding them.<p>More information : <a href="http://aabrahams.wordpress.com/2014/10/12/mie-lahkoo-pomagate-can-you-help-me/">http://aabrahams.wordpress.com/2014/10/12/mie-lahkoo-pomagate-can-you-help-me/</a></p>
<p>Please come along if you are in Ljubljana<br></p>
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<div dir="ltr">///<br><br><div><div><div>I am also very happy that my book is out :<br>Annie Abrahams: from estranger to e-stranger<br>Living in between languages October 2014<br><br>The book, 98 pages, is available in print on demand (soft cover) <a href="http://www.lulu.com/shop/annie-abrahams/from-estranger-to-e-stranger/paperback/product-21808647.html">http://www.lulu.com/shop/annie-abrahams/from-estranger-to-e-stranger/paperback/product-21808647.html</a><br>and as a free .pdf copy <a href="http://www.cona.si/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/from_estranger_to_e_stranger.pdf">http://www.cona.si/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/from_estranger_to_e_stranger.pdf</a> or &nbsp;<a href="http://www.lulu.com/shop/annie-abrahams/from-estranger-to-e-stranger/ebook/product-21808727.html">http://www.lulu.com/shop/annie-abrahams/from-estranger-to-e-stranger/ebook/product-21808727.html</a><br><span><span></span></span>
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One Minute Volume 8

Sorry for any cross posting...

One Minute Volume 8.

Furtherfield Gallery is pleased to host One Minute Volume 8, a new 
series of shorts curated by filmmaker Kerry Baldry.

The screening is accompanied by One Minute Remix pt. 2, a selection of 
moving images from One Minute Volumes 1-7.

01 November - 23 November 2014

Artists in Volume 8 include (in no particular order):
Paul Rooney, Nicky Hamlyn, Claire Morales, Nick Jordan, Gordon Dawson, 
Sana Ghobbeh, Tony Hill, Alex Pearl, Sam Meech, Greg Pope, Kayla Parker 
and Stuart Moore, Philip Sanderson, Martin Pickles, Guy Sherwin, Olga 
Jurgenson, Kerry Baldry, Tansy Spinks, Sam Renseiw, Katherine Meynell, 
Philippos Kappa, Kelvin Brown, Chris Paul Daniels, Stuart Pound and 
Rosemary Norman, Julia Dogra-Brazell, Marty St. James, Shaun Hay, 
Virginia Hilyard, Eva Rudlinger, Louisa Minkin, Steven Ball, Kate 
Jessop, Zhel (Zeljko Vukicevic), Riccardo Iacono, Karen Densham, Mary 
Stark, Nicolas Herbert, Michael Szpakowski, Max Hattler, Steven 
Woloshen, John Kippin, Daniela Butsch, Leister/Harris

Artists in One Minute Remix pt. 2 include:
Laure Prouvost, Guy Sherwin, Nick Jordan, Gordon Dawson, Nicki Rolls, 
The Gluts, Emily Richardson, Tina Keane, Marty St. James, Katherine 
Meynell, Catherine Elwes, Tony Hill, Kerry Baldry, Alex Pearl, Martin 
Pickles, Louisa Minkin, Stuart Pound, Phillip Warnell, Steven Ball, Lynn 
Loo, John Smith, Nick Herbert, Chris Meigh Andrews, Kayla Parker and 
Stuart Moore, Mark Wigan Williams, Anahita Razmi, Lumiere et Son, 
Riccardo Iacono, Alexander Costello, Eva Rudlinger.

http://www.furtherfield.org/programmes/exhibition/one-minute-volume-8


Gmane