Andujar Archive

Oh, My Complex. Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart

On Unease at Beholding the City
May 17 – July 29, 2012

Demokrtisieren Wir Die Demokratie!Daniel García Andújar, Yvonne P. Doderer / Ute Meta Bauer, Martin Eberle, Michael Fehr / Diethelm Koch, Ludger Gerdes, Kirill Golovchenko, Eiko Grimberg, Justin Hibbs, Jung Yeondoo, Lim Minouk, Noh Suntag, Alfons Pressnitz, Malwine Rafalski, John Smith, Klaus Staeck, The RSA, Tuomas Toivonen / Nene Tsuboi, Brian Ulrich, Michael Vahrenwald, Pablo Wendel, Matthias Zielfeld and others

From May 17 to July 29, 2012 the Württembergischer Kunstverein will be showing Oh, My Complex: On Unease at Beholding the City, an exhibition that approaches the imaginaries, representations, and realities of the city from different directions: from the angle of architectural and urban constructions of the nineteen-thirties through today; from Europe, the USA, South America, and Asia; from the perspectives of art, exhibition, pop, and protest cultures starting from the seventies.

Along an open parcourse, which connects exterior and interior space, the exhibition presents the works of over twenty artists who have honed in on the urban-development, social, political, and economic lines of conflict within the city. Their works touch upon historical documents and objects from pop- and sub-culture contexts. Presented are not only existing works, but also those conceptualized especially for this setting.

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Cacotopía. FOKUS’12 | Nikolaj Kunsthal. Copenhagen

FOKUS FESTIVAL
Screen from Barcelona has been invited to participate at FOKUS Video Art Festival 2012, the second edition of the festival initiated by Nikolaj Kunsthal in Copenhagen 2012.

Cacotopía (Daniel G. Andujar and Avelino Sala)2011. 23m 45 s. from avelino sala on Vimeo.

On this ocasion SFB has curated a programme that reflects on the different modes and strategies of production. We believe that these are key issues of interest to artists, institutions and agents involved in the creative cultural field, enabling the collective discussion in the frame of FOKUS Festival. Furthermore, the selection will allow us to map out our network methodology and explain our premises as a platform and a festival.

On another hand and beyond the strand of production, the pieces also share affinities in that they all portray a series of heterotopias, in the sense described by M. Foucault: they explore landscapes and places which encapsulate an strong “other” imaginaries, different from what they appear to be, and are situated at the heart of society –be this symbolical, historical or physical- but constitute its margins, its limits. It is in a way an attempt to trace a spectral geography of histories blurred by official narratives, the suspended time of the prison, the remnants of the spectacle, and the dystopias of the metropolis

SCREENING PROGRAMME

Uriel Orlow, Holy Precursor (2011), 14’ 13’’
Co-produced by the artist and Galerie Campagne Première Berlin, Utopiana, Yerevan/Geneva and Anadolü Kültür, Istanbul
LOOP ’11 Award

Daniel G. Andújar + Avelino Sala, Cacotopía (2011), 22’
Produced by Screen from Barcelona and the artists (Barcelona, Spain).

Mohammed Bourouissa, Temps Mort (2009),14’
Produced by Le Fresnoy, Studio National des Arts Contemporains (Tourcoing, France).

Cooperativa General Humana, The Aura of Things (2011), 5’ 30’’
Produced by Hangar (Barcelona, Spain).

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transmediale 2012 Programme Overview

/ Tuesday 31 Jan 2012 – Opening Night

17:00
transmediale 2012 Exhibition Vernissage
Dark Drives. Uneasy Energies in technological Times curated by Jacob Lillemose

with artworks from Ant Farm, William S. Burroughs and Antony Balch, Art 404, Bjørn Erik Haugen, Bureau of Inverse Technology (B.I.T.), Chris Burden, Chris Cunningham/Aphex Twin, Constant Dullaart, Costanza Candeloro and Luca Libertini, Daniel García Andújar / Technologies To The People, Heath Bunting, Jack Caravanos (Blacksmith Institute), Vibek Raj Maurya, Jaromil, Jennifer Chan, JK Keller, JODI, jon.satrom, Junko & Mattin, Marcelina Wellmer, Matteo Giordano, Karla Grundick and Mistress Koyo, Paidia Institute, Peter Luining, Ruth White, SPK, Steina and Woody Vasulka, Sture Johannesson, Nikola Tesla, Jay Dahl, TR Kirstein, Tracy Cornish, UBERMORGEN.COM, VNS Matrix, [epidemiC], Franco Berardi, Eva and Franco Mattes aka 0100101110101101.ORG

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THE RESCUE OF THE EFFECTS – Notes for a Theory of the Reader


// Opening: January 19, 20:00.

// Aditional opening hours: January 20 – 22, 15:00 – 19:00.
// General Public, Schönhauser Allee 167c, 10435 Berlin
With: Daniel G. Andújar, Sol Calero, Constant Dullaart, Embankment, Herzbeat hotel, Bettina Hutschek, Jeleton, Christopher Kline, Phanos Kyriacou, Regina de Miguel, Alexandra Navratil, Paloma Polo, Teresa Solar, Poderes Unidos and JODI.
In a landscape where reality has long ceased to be seen without the presence of auxiliary instruments, which constructs at the same time its registration and setting it up as an archive, the experience does not conform directly in contact with the world but as a mediated doppelgänger. In this type of situation we should not forget that each of the disseminating and accumulating structures that support the architecture of the information is itself a technology with a built-in ideological organisational criteria, of inclusion and exclusion.
This project is built from reflections on creative reading with an active attitude regarding materials from libraries, archives, collections or found-materials establishing with a critical fascination some series of narrative itineraries that discover hidden relationships from the intra-history, the creation of fictions and the infraordinary to practice a critical reading of their architecture, an anarcheology of the structures of knowledge and the everyday-life as well as an analysis of structures of consciousness formation.  
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