May 25, 2008
“Are you talking to me?”
Live discussions on knowledge production, gender politics and feminist strategies.
In the context of the presentation of the book “Are you talking to me?”. Discussions on knowledge production, gender politics and feminist strategies, a program of presentations, discussions, screenings will take place on May 25, 2008, starting with 17:00 hours, at the National Center for Dance Bucharest (Piaţa Universităţii, National Theatre, floor 4).
The book Are you talking to me? Discussions on knowledge production, gender politics and feminist strategies, edited by Katharina Morawek and h.arta group, is a result of the collaboration between the Post Conceptual Art Practices (PCAP) department at The Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna/ Prof. Marina Gržinić and h.arta group at the invitation of Bucharest Biennale 3.
Amongst the texts published in the book are also two interviews about Ladyfest Romania.
Check out the program of events:
17:00 Katharina Morawek/ h.arta group: Notes on editing the book “Are you talking to me?”
17:20 Joanne Richardson (DMedia group): Made in Italy -a video collaboration between D Media group, Cluj and Candida TV, Italy, (screening)
17:45 Nita Mocanu (DMedia group): Eden – a video collaboration between D Media group, Cluj and Candida TV, Italy, (screening)
18:05 Roxana Marin and members of CARE Centre- The big isms and education (discussions)
18:35 Veronika Eberhart/ Regina Wuzella in discussion with ladyfest Bucharest (discussions)
19:00 Lina Dokuzović: Exploitation and the creation of social class structures and positions (presentation)
19:30 Ivan Jurica: (screening and talk/ discussion)
20:00 Petja Dimitrova: “women” take active part in co-operation! (talk/screening)
20:30 Marina Gržinić: Rearticulation (talk/lecture)
21: 10 Jasmin Schienegger: “fin”: about not reducing an artwork to one sentence (screening)
21: 40 Christoph Kolar: Paris/Banlieu (presentation)
22: 10 Patrick Schabus: (screening)
Venue: CNDB – National Center for Dance (Bd. Nicolae Bălcescu, nr. 2 – TNB, 4th Floor, Ronda Hall)