events / interventions

Ljubljana

The Bring In Take Out – Living Archive (LA)
Interactive Contemporary Art Exhibition
March 7 − 10, 2012, Ljubljana

The second edition of The Bring In Take Out Living Archive is organized in collaboration with the International Feminist and Queer Festival Red Dawns (Ljubljana) and the Center for Women Studies (Zagreb) at the Alkatraz Gallery and at the Kapelica Gallery.

This edition consists of two exhibitions as live events. The artworks are emphasizing the archive as a paradigm for generating public space and new forms of sociality. In Alkatraz gallery the art works and screenings will co-create the laboratory for different exchange of information where anyone can join for documenting reality, live interviews, artist’s talks, and digitalizing or uploading on the spot. Kapelica gallery will host an interactive art project and public discussion on feminist strategies for the creation of an archive as a living knowledge. Beside reversing the traditional representations of women and re-questioning invisible histories (of women migrant workers), we tend to weave – in accordance with Rosi Braidotti’s concept of ‘becoming’ – the linkage across present and past in the act of constructing and actualizing possible futures.

With guerrilla action on the International Women’s Day 8th of March we are calling for resistance movements against all forms of social repression and economic exploitation by remembering the famous slogan of the textile women workers’ strike in Lawrence, Massachusetts on 8th of March, 1912: we want bread, and roses too.

Ljubljana edition features Vesna Bukovec (Ljubljana), Ida Hiršenfelder (Ljubljana), Biljana Kašić (Zagreb), Margareta Kern (London), Tanja Marković (Belgrade), Karen Mirza (London), Vahida Ramujkić (Belgrade) and Aviv Kruglansky (Barcelona), Ana Vilenica (Pančevo) and many others.

PROGRAM BRING IN TAKE OUT LIVING ARCHIVE Ljubljana:


LA EXHIBITION LAB
Perpetuum Mobile Video Screenings, Vahida Ramujkić (Belgrade) and Aviv Kruglansky (Barcelona): Real-time Documentary Embroidery, Vesna Bukovec (Ljubljana): Do you not want me because I am critical and How to fail successfully
from Wednesday till Saturday, March 7 – 10, 4 pm – midnight

LA EXHIBITION 
Perpetuum Mobile, Vahida Ramujkić & Aviv Kruglansky, Vesna Bukovec
open until 23rd of March
Alkatraz Gallery, Monday -Thursday: 11 am – 3 pm & 4 pm – 8 pm, Friday: 3 pm – 11 pm

GUESTures by Margareta Kern (London)
exhibition opened until 14th of March
Kapelica Gallery, Monday – Friday: 10 am – 5 pm

DAILY PROGRAM:

Wednesday 7th, 4.30 pm , Alkatraz Gallery, AKC Metelkova

Vahida Ramujkić (Belgrade) & Aviv Kruglansky (Barcelona): Real-time Documentary Embroidery

public presentation and introduction into the basic technique

The embroidery office is open every day from 4.30 pm to 6 pm, until Saturday, March 10.

Wednesday 7th, 9 pm, Kapelica Gallery, Kersnikova 4

Margareta Kern (London): GUESTures

exhibition opening and artist’s talk

 

Tuesday 8th, 6 pm, Club Gromka, AKC Metelkova

Ana Vilenica (Pančevo), Tanja Marković (Belgrade), Jelena Petrović (Ljubljana, Belgrade): Combative Women’s Celebration – Feminism as Politics of Equality for All

discussion and presentation of ProFemina and Uz)bu))na))) by Red Dawns, WPU and Red Min(e)d

 

Friday 9th, 2 pm, Kapelica Gallery

Margareta Kern (London): Collective Reading From The Archive of Migrant Women Workers

Friday 9th, 6 pm, Kapelica Gallery

Biljana Kašić (Zagreb), Karen Mirza (London), Ida Hiršenfelder (Ljubljana): Creating the Feminist Archive Means Facing the Real to the Most Extent

public discussion

 

Download program here

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Bring In Take Out – Living Archive (LA)

13. – 16. October 2011, Zagreb
Interactive Contemporary Art Exhibition

The first edition of the Bring In Take Out – Living Archive was organized in the framework of the conference REDacting TransYugoslav Feminisms: Women’s Heritage Revisited, organized by the Center for Women’s Studies Zagreb.

Program of the first LA edition:

  • Thursday, October 13

20:00 in front Kino Europa, Varšavska 3

Dear Ladies Thank You, performance by Ana Čigon (SI)

  • Friday, October 14

10:00–19:00 in Glyptotheque CASA Zagreb, Medvedgradska ulica 2

LA exhibition and laboratory*

  • Saturday, October 15

10:00–19:00 in Glyptotheque CASA Zagreb, Medvedgradska ulica 2

LA exhibition and laboratory*

22:00 in Kino Grič, Jurišićeva 6

Concert by Damir Imamović (BA) and VJane Adela (BA)

  • Sunday, October 16

12:00–16:00 in Glyptotheque CASA Zagreb, Medvedgradska ulica 2

LA exhibition and laboratory *

*The programme of the LA exhibition and laboratory with live video/photo/audio documentation, different live working stations, interviews, discussions, artists’ talks will be updated daily and published on the spot and here.


organized by: Red Min(e)d – Danijela Dugandžić Živanović, Katja Kobolt, Dunja Kukovec, Jelena Petrović

produced by: CRVENA Association for Culture and Art (Sarajevo), MINA (Ljubljana)

co-produced by: Centre for Womens Studies (Zagreb), Red Dawns (Ljubljana)

supported by: ECF

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Spol, literatura in kluturni spomin v pojugoslovanskem prosturu / Gender, literature and cultural memory in the post-Yugoslav space

Predstavitev zbornika, ponedeljek, 11.10.2010, ob 11h v knjigarni Mladinska knjiga – Konzorcij (Ljubljana). / Book presentation at Monday, 11th Oct. 2010, at 11am at book shop of Mladinska Knjiga – Konzorcij (Ljubljana).
v sodelovanju / in col-lab: Publicistično društvo ZAK (Ljubljana), Društvo Mesto žensk (Ljubljana), MINA (Ljubljana)

V zborniku so zbrani prispevki z istoimenskega simpozija, ki se je odvil v okviru 12. Mednarodnega festivala Mesto žensk 2006 v Ljubljani, in dodatni članki. Osredotoča se na nova feministična branja ženske ustvarjalnosti in teoretsko posodobljene intervencije v obstoječe postopke marginalizacije in cenzuriranja literature, ki sprožajo nov val emancipacijske politike ženskega avtorstva, saj vplivajo na povezovalno kulturo pisanja, branja in prevajanja v pojugoslovanskem prostoru.

S soočenjem različnih generacij avtoric, teoretičark in založnic zbornik usmerja pogled na premike, ki potekajo v pojugoslovanski književnosti in širši literaturi znotraj ženskih povezovalnih praks.

Prispevki ne osvetljujejo le iztočnic za depatriarhalizacijo in deetnifikacijo literarnega kanona in kulturnega spomina, saj obravnavajo zlasti nove modele branja in razumevanja literarne produkcije, reprezentacije in kanonizacije po meddisciplinarnem ključu ustvarjanja novih vednosti, ki črpajo iz neudomačenih študij spolov kot novih praks govora, pisanja, vednosti, in ne nazadnje iz vsakdanjega življenja v tem prostoru.

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Photography by Nada Žgank