Pool 1: Art & Politics: Negotiating Civil Rights? October School 2020 (gLV)
Christoph Schenker, Franz Krähenbühl
HYB Pool 2: Art & Philosophy
DIG Pool 3: Art & Writing: Between Critical and Creative
LOC Pool 4: Art & Performance: Let's Take Back Our Space
DIG Pool 5: Art & Production: The Object As Is (gLV)
DIG Pool 6: Art & Law: Law as an Artistic Medium (gLV)
DIG Pool 7: Art & History: Artonomy - The History and Theory of Autonomy in the Arts (gLV)
HYB Pool 8: Art & (Re-)presentation: From Portfolio to Communication
DIG Pool 9: Art & Media: Time-Based Strategies: I repeat, I won’t leave!
DIG Practice 1: Performing Digitality and the Realm of the Virtual in Contemporary Art
Marie-France Rafael, Doireann O'Malley, Nina Kerschbaumer
DIG Practice 2: A World of Many Worlds - Approaching the Planetary
Christian Hübler, Yvonne Wilhelm, Nina Kerschbaumer
Practice 3: Terracotta Universe City (hybrid: online and physical course)
Dominique Lämmli, Nils Röller, Pascal Sidler
HYB Praxis 4: Das Unheimliche
Una Alja Szeemann, Laura Arici, Rabea Ridlhammer
Practice 5: Doing the Unexpected
Swetlana Heger-Davis, Olaf Breuning, Pascal Sidler
Practice 6: Ghostly Matters
Uriel Orlow, Rabea Ridlhammer
Master-Symposium: Speculative Futures: Are We Burning Our Past?
Marie-France Rafael, Rabea Ridlhammer
Art & Sustainable Ecosystems
|Nummer und Typ||MFA-MFA-Pr00.20H.003 / Moduldurchführung|
|Veranstalter||Departement Fine Arts|
|Leitung||Dominique Lämmli, Nils Röller, Pascal Sidler|
|Anzahl Teilnehmende||maximal 10|
|Voraussetzungen||Course language: English|
Please, share your ideas concerning places and persons with whom you would like to work in future. Set your imagination free with drawings, texts, idea abstracts, video sketches, and audio. See examples on Paul. Deadline: 30.09.2020
|Lehrform||This course will feature lectures, visiting artists and demonstrations in order to expose students to a variety of themes, methods and applications within the field of contemporary art.|
|Zielgruppen||MA Fine Arts Students|
Open for exchange students
|Lernziele / Kompetenzen||• Analyse and intensify one's practice. |
• Introduction to contemporary art ecosystems at the hotspot Java, Indonesia.
• Know key factors of locally anchored and sustainable art initiatives.
• Advance abilities for joint international exchange and collaborations.
• Establish an action and research-oriented approach as part of ones work.
|Inhalte||How to approach art & life to create sustainable ecosystems and to better our lives? We will address that question practice centred and case-oriented. Jatiwangi art Factory (JaF) is internationally well-known for its contemporary art, its Music Triennale, tv and radio stations etc. Currently, together with the Majalengka district government, JaF runs the long-term project Terracotta City. Through discussing the Terracotta Universe City, we will address art & eco-materials, art & policymaking, art & politics, and action & research together with JaF and guests.|
The ten-days Praxisseminar includes on- and offline sessions with close readings, media-rich activities, workshops, talks, individual and group work.
Each day will start with a close reading session,* followed by a workshop and – in the afternoons — talks and discussions.
*We will be reading documents from the Terracotta Universe and Franz Kafkas Story «The Metamorphosis», https://www.doppeltext.com/en/bilingual-books/132/kafka-die-verwandlung/german-english (tap on the text to see the translation) as well as Ovid's «Metamorphoses», classics.mit.edu/Ovid/metam.1.first.html.
About the teachers:
Jatiwangi art Factory is an artist group based on Java, Indonesia. In 2018 JaF won the prestigious Bhinneka Awart at Art Stage Jakarta. The award acknowledges socio-political significant art initiatives that advance unity and togetherness of the society. International headlines also made JaF’s contribution to the 2017 Asian Art Biennale “Negotiating the Future” where they staged an investor meeting. Part of their network, among many other initiatives, is also Ruangrupa, the curator team of the Documenta 15. https://jatiwangiartfactory.tumblr.com/
Prof. Dominique Lämmli is an artist, philosopher, educator, and researcher; runs FOA-FLUX (foa-flux.net) and mAiA GmbH (maia.vision), and holds the professorship Drawing & Painting at the MA Fine Arts, ZHdK. Her writings on “How Art Affects Society,” “Art in Action,” etc. are downloadable from dominiquelaemmli.ch/texts.
Dr. Nils Röller is Professor for Media and Cultural Theory. In his practice he explores contemporary poetic strategies (romanform.ch). His current Research Project focusses on Visual Philosophy (iconographyofphilosophy.ch).
Pascal Sidler is a painter, currently working as a teaching assistant at the MA Fine Arts. His paintings are often based on photographs from everyday life. His work has been shown in various exhibitions, including “European Southern Observatory”, Hamlet in Zürich (2019). In 2019 he was the recipient of the Grant of the City of Zurich and in 2013 of the Grant of the Canton of Zurich.
|Leistungsnachweis / Testatanforderung||Mandatory attendance (minimum 80%); active participation|
|Termine||Time: 17:00 - 19:00 o'clock|
CW 39: 21 September - Pre-meeting
Time: 10:00 - 18:00 o'clock
CW 41: 05 / 06 / 07 / 08 / 09 October
CW 42: 12 / 13 / 14 / 15 / 16 October
CW 42: 15 / 16 October