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Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Schillerplatz 3, Raum M 13 (Mezzanin), 1010 Wien

Forschungsprojekt und Vortragsreihe der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien

Konzept: Chantal Mouffe

Die Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien setzt die im letzten Jahr von Chantal Mouffe initiierte Vortrags- und Seminarreihe zu den immer komplexeren wie kritischen Bedeutungen, die mit dem Begriff von Öffentlichkeit oder dem weiter gefassten Begriff von »public« verbunden sind, im Studienjahr 05/06 fort. Implizit steht damit ein breites Spektrum dichotomer Relationen zur Diskussion: sei es das Verhältnis zwischen öffentlich und privat, öffentlichen und privaten Räumen, Territorialisierungen und Deterritorialisierungen, Innen und Außen, Partikularität und Universalität. Unter anderem zielt das Projekt darauf ab, das Verhältnis von Kunst und Öffentlichkeit zu beleuchten - ein Thema, das durch das 20. Jahrhundert hindurch mit verschiedenen Begriffen und Vorstellungen verbunden war. Der institutionelle Rahmen unterschied klar zwischen Produktion auf der einen Seite, Rezeption und Reflexion auf der anderen. Diese binäre Relation war nicht nur ein immanenter Effekt der Moderne, sondern geriet mit der Krise der Moderne selbst in die Krise.

Über die letzten 50 Jahre haben die Krise der Moderne und die mit ihr assoziierten Öffentlichkeitsbegriffe und entsprechenden Lösungsvorschläge eine Reihe von Schlagwörtern hervorgebracht: Partizipation, Interaktion, Institutionskritik, Aktivismus, öffentlicher Raum etc.
Das Wiener Seminar wird sich mit diesen Begriffen und den damit verbundenen Erwartungen aus verschiedenen Perspektiven und Disziplinen auseinander setzen. Im Rahmen der Votragsreihe waren letztes Jahr Etienne Balibar, Bruno Latour, Doreen Massey, Oliver Marchart, Yves Michaud und Krzysztof Wodiczko an der Akademie zu Gast.

Programm 2005/2006

21. Oktober 2005
Boris Groys: »The politics of the original«

11. November 2005
Manuel J. Borja-Villel: »on poetics, politics and publics«

20. Jänner 2006
Rosalyn Deutsche: »The work of art in the art in the age of protected democracy«

24. März 2006
Stefano Boeri: »Superplaces«

21. April 2006
Brian Holmes: »Artistic practices and collective speech«

26. Mai 2006
Mark Nash: »Experiments with truth, some thoughts on contemporary curatorial practice«

23. Juni 2006
The Yes Men: »Identity correction, infiltration and other easy answers«

Die öffentlichen Vorträge finden jeweils um 19.00 Uhr im Raum M13 statt. Das am jeweils nächsten Tag abgehaltene vertiefende Workshop von 10.00 - 13.00 Uhr ist nur für Studierende zugänglich.

Biografien

Boris Groys
born 1947 in (East) Berlin, studied Philosophy and Mathematics at the University of Leningrad. 1971 to 1976 Research Fellow at the different scientific Institutes in Leningrad and 1976 - 1981 Research Fellow at the Institute of the Structural und Applied Linguistics of the University of Moscow.
1983 he emigrated from the USSR and immigrated in the Federal Republic of Germany. Since October 1994 he is Professor of Aesthetics, Art History and Media Theory at the Academy of Design/ Center for Art and Media Technology, (HfG/ZKM), Karlsruhe, Germany. As visiting professor he taught at several universities, e.g. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, or at the Dpt. of Russian and Slavic Studies, NYU, New York. From March 2001 to October 2001 he was Rector of the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. He has lectured and written extensively about art, art theory and political issues.

Manuel J. Borja-Villel
born in Burriana, 1957, received his degree in History of Art from the Faculty of Geography and History of the Universitat de València in 1980. During 1981-1982 he was a Special Student at Yale University. In 1981-1983 he was awarded a Fullbright scholarship. In 1987 he took his Master of Philosophy degree in the History of Art Department at the City University in New York. In 1988-1989 he was in receipt of a Kress Foundation Fellowship for the History of Art. In 1989 he took his Ph.D. in the History of Art Department at the Graduate Schol of the City University in Nova York.

Manuel J. Borja-Villel was director of the museum of the Fundació Antoni Tàpies in Barcelona from its inauguration, in June 1990, until July 1998. At the Tàpies Foundation he organized such exhibitions as Els límits del museu (The limits of the museum) and La ciutat de la gent (The people's city), in addition to shows devoted to the artists Louise Bourgeois, Brassaï, Marcel Broodthaers, Lygia Clark, Hans Haacke and Krzysztof Wodiczko, among others. He has written on Rodchenko, abstract expressionism, Bourgeois, Brassaï, Giacometti and contemporary Spanish art.

Since July 1998 he has been director of the Museu dArt Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA). Among the first exhibitions he has programmed at the MACBA are shows devoted to William Kentridge, Perejaume, Gerhard Richter, El Lissitzky, Raymond Hains, Martha Rosler, Luís Gordillo, Michelangelo Pistoletto, "Force fields. An essay on the Kinetic", Oyvind Fahlström, Dieter Roth, Antagonisms, The Onnasch Collection, Raymond Pettibon, David Goldblatt, Blinky Palermo, Richard Hamilton and Robert Filliou

Rosalyn Deutsche
is an art historian and critic who teaches at Barnard College in New York City. She has lectured and written extensively about art and public space and is the author of Evictions: Art and Spatial Politics (MIT Press, 1996).

Stefano Boeri
Architect, Milan. www.stefanoboeri.net Born in 1956. Studied architecture in Milan, 1989 PhD IUAV Venice.
He is editor in chief of DOMUS magazine, and teaches Urban Design at the Politecnico of Milan. His office in Milan - Boeri Studio - deals with architecture and urban design. He has organised numerous interdisciplinary exhibitions and has initiated various research projects, amongst which Uncertain States of Europe (USE) and Border Device(s), as well as the "Multiplicity" network (www.multiplicity.com ). A Multiplicity installation, "Solid Sea", was exhibited at Documenta XI in Kassel in 2002.

Brian Holmes
is a culture critic who works directly with artist and activist groups. He publishes in Springerin, Brumaria and Multitudes, and is the author of Hieroglyphs of the Future (Zagreb: Arkzin/WHW, 2002). Another collection, Unleashing the Collective Phantoms, is forthcoming from Autonomedia. Text archive at www.u-tangente.org.

The text, "The Potential Personality" is forthcoming in German in Springerin. The text "Coded Utopia" will soon be available, with illustrations, on the website of the journal Mute

Mark Nash
is a curator and writer and currently acting director of the International Centre for Fine Art RTesearch at the University of the Arts London, where he is also a Professor. His latest show 'Experiments with Truth' was exhibited in the Fabric Workshop and Museum Philadelphia 12/04-3/05. He also contributed to the Berlin Biennial 2004 and was a co-curator for Documenta112 (2002). A former independent film maker and editor of Screen Magazine, a collection of his essays will be published in 2006

The Yes Men
Andy Bichlbaum is a guy from Tucson, Arizona, who has held a bunch of jobs and been fired from most of them.
Mike Bonanno is a guy from Troy, New York who is trying to become a landlord but can't collect rent from his tenants.

The Yes Men is a documentary film that follows Andy and Mike as they impersonate and make fun of the World Trade Organization at business conferences worldwide.

The Yes Men have been called "the Jonathan Swift of the Jackass generation" by author Naomi Klein. They infiltrate the world of big business and smuggle out stories that are shocking, hilarious, and reveal some of the mechanisms that keep bad people and ideas in power.

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