Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest
April 02, 2013 / April 12, 2013
Prof. Dr. Siegfried Zielinski (Universität der Künste Berlin)
Tuesday, April 02, 2013
10.00 On Variantology of the Arts and the Media.
Towards a Logic of the Multitude.
Wednesday, April 03, 2013
10.00 >>means and seas<<
Oceanic versus territorial thinking.
On Siegfried Zielinski:
Siegfried Zielinski studied theatre, modern German literature, linguistics, semiotics, sociology, philosophy, and political theory in Marburg and Berlin, at the Free University and the Technical University. His Ph.D. dissertation in 1985 on the History and Cultural Technique of the Video Recorder became the book "Zur Geschichte des Videorecorders "
In 1993, Zielinski was appointed Professor of Communication and Audiovisual Studies at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne; where, in 1994, he became its Founding Director.
In 2007, Zielinski took the chair in media theory at Berlin University of the Arts. He also teaches techno-aesthetics and media archaeology at the European Graduate School (EGS) in Saas Fee, Switzerland, where he holds the Michel Foucault professorship and he is director of the International Vilém-Flusser-Archive. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siegfried_Zielinski)
On Deep Time Relations of the Arts, Sciences and Technologies
Our work on deep time relations between arts, sciences, and technologies does not seek to re-invent the concepts of the media or the arts. The aim is to open up both media and the arts via their interactions with scientific and technological processes. It is our hope that media experts will see their research areas in a broader light than before, and that disciplines which have so far not participated in these discourses (such as theology, classical studies, many areas of the history of science and technology) will develop an openness for media questions. Right from the beginning Variantology/Archaeology of the Media was conceived as an international research and exchange project. variantology.com/
Vilém Flusser Archiv www.flusser-archive.org/
- [... nach den Medien]. Nachrichten vom ausgehenden zwanzigsten Jahrhundert. Merve Verlag, Berlin, 2011
- Variantology 1-5, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln, 2005 – 2011
- Deep Time of the Media – Towards an Archaeology of Hearing and Seeing by Technical Means. MIT Press, Cambridge MA, London 2006
Siegfried Zielinski on-line:
A Trilogy of Time
An Interface without a Medium
Prof. Ivan Ladislav Galeta
Hiba, mint a kreativitás bázisa / Mistake, as basis of creativity
Tuesday, April 09, 2013
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
On Ivan Ladislav Galeta
Galeta is one of the most definitive artist-filmmakers of the second half of the 20th century and one who has led a life true to the paroles of his artwork. A romantic artist rather than an entrepreneurial globe-trotter, he promoted the work of others as much as his own and was a constant seeker of new, captivating methods with which he would merge social purpose and art.
With a creative activity that spans over forty years and includes photography, installations, sculpture and object art, performance, video-art, expanded cinema, sound and TV interventions, and the written word, Galeta’s films appear to be only a fraction of his legacy. Indeed his single-channel filmography, the basis of this presentation, ends before the 90s. From then on he will continue with more conceptual art pursuits; the blending of his video art and his work as a custodian of the biosphere produced the ENDART series. T (EYE) is one of the 18 elements of the ENDART 5 (2008), presented here to remind that Galeta has not only worked extensively on video in his later days but that he has indeed used it from a very early stage. tiff.filmfestival.gr/default.aspx?lang=en-US&page=721&SectionID=86
The Illusionist. The Magic Performances of multimedia artist Ivan Ladislav Galeta
Interview with Ivan Ladislav Galeta following the retrospective of his work at the Pompidou Center.
Ivan Ladislav Galeta perspektívái
The Perspectives of Ivan Ladislav Galeta
Metanoia, Super 8, B&W-Color, 12' (1969)
sfaira, 35mm, B&W, 10' (1971-1984)
Two Times in One Space, 35mm, B&W, 12' (1976-1984)
PiRâMidas, 35 mm, colour, 12' (1972-1984) BBS
Water Pulu 1869 1896, 35 mm, color, 9' (1973-1987) BBS
WAL(L)ZEN, 35 mm, colour 7' (1977-1989) BBS
Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Dr. Brigitta Zics
14.00 – 17.00 Individual Tutorials: As places are limited please book it in advance
Thursday, April 04, 2013
11.00 – 13.00 Brigitta Zics & Ben Freeth: Open Innovation in Art and Technology/ Showcase of digital art works produced in Culture Lab
14.00 – 17.00 The Living Lab: Seminar. Reading Group and Discussion
Friday, April 04, 2013
11.00 – 17.00 Conectiveness: Thinking and Making of Intimacy:
Conceptual and Technological Prototyping Workshop ( no pre-knowledge of technology necessary ) - Brigitta Zics & Ben Freeth
with Prof. Siegfried Zielinski, Dr Brigitta Zics and Prof. Ivan Ladislav Galeta (Not open for the public)
April 02-06, 2013 / April 08 -11, 2013
In the frame of TÁMOP-4.2.2/B-10/1-2010-0016
Project leader: Miklós Peternák, Hungarian University of Fine Arts
Project coordination: Dr Brigitta Zics, Culture Lab, Newcastle University, UK