smotra, revija

mama-program


vrijeme: 12.02.2002. - 17.02.2002.
organizator: net.kulturni klub (mama)

net.kulturni klub(mama)vas poziva na predavanja, performance, projekcije...
UTORAK, 12-02-2002 u 20.00H Projekt: Broadcasting, posvecen Nikoli Tesli (izložba, performansi, predavanja, radijske emisije .), 2001/2002 Superflex mamachanell featuring IVAN MARUŠIĆ KLIF ------------------------------ U sklopu "Projekta: Broadcasting, posvećen Nikoli Tesli" u utorak 12.2.2002 od 19 sati će IVAN MARUŠIĆ KLIF izvesti performans "Prekid programa" koji je dio serije umjetničkih nastupa u sklopu rada "Mamachanell" danske grupe Superflex. "Prekid programa" je performans Ivana Marušića Klifa usmjeren na realnu publiku u prostoru izvedbe i na virtualnu publiku koja performans može pratiti na internetu. Naglašavajući trajanje i nestrukturiranost događaja, performans se realizira kao kolektivno djelo koje nastaje u suradnji s gostima /Mario, Maja, Tvrtko, Nina, Mance.../, "tajnovitim i poznatim osobama kulturnog života Zagreba". Simulirajući strukturu i (ne)kvalitetu televizijskog programa, Ivan Marušić Klif upotrebljava "VJ" tehnologiju za kreiranje živog televizijskog programa koji se istodobno emitira u prostoru net.kulturnog kluba Mama i na internetu. U stvaranju "televizije uživo" koriste se privatne arhive, uspomene i projekti sudionika, stvarni televizijski program, rad Nikole Tesle, nerealizirani umjetnički projekti, sjećanja na zlatne dane televizije... Ovaj performans je dio projekta interaktivne internet televizije Superchannel koju je inicirala danska skupina umjetnika Superflex, stvorivši u suradnji sa različitim lokalnim studijima komunikacijsku mrežu koja okuplja ljude, otvara različite diskusije i teme. Do sada, Superchannel inicirao je brojne lokalne kanale i studije u sljedećim zemljama: Austrija, Bosna i Hercegovina, Danska, Engleska Finska, Njemacka, Grenland, Italija, Japan, SR Jugoslavija, Skotska Tajland i, Ujedinjeni Arapski Emirati. U sklopu Projekta: Broadcasting u suradnji s multimedijalnim institutom mi2 u prostoru zagrebačke Mame iniciran je mamachannel koji ce za trajanja izložbe predstaviti različite umjetničke inicijative i nastupe. Jedno od osnovnih nacela Superchannela je poticanje lokalne medijske platforme koja lokalnoj zajednici u okviru globalnog konteksta mreže kanala nudi mogučnost socijalnog angažmana i promocije vlastitih ideja. http://www.superchanell.org http://projectbroadcasting.mi2.hr SRIJEDA, 13-02-2002, 20.00H [mama] + akcija/frakcija :: video projekcije kazališnih predstava "Noordung - Molitveni stroj", rezija: Dragan Živadinov www.ljudmila.org/embassy/4b/naslov.htm SUBOTA, 16-02-2002 u 19:15H Program "19.15" - anima night Projekcije crtanih filmova NEDJELJA, 17-02-2002 u 19.00H Institut za Suvremenu Umjetnost Zagreb ZEV ASHER, Canada RAT ART, Croatian idenpendants - dokumentarac i predstavljanje CDRoma www.sub-versivemedia.com --------------------------------- This one is from the UCLA "Visible Evidence" documentary conference: 12:50 pm: RAT ART: CROATIAN INDEPENDENTS (1997) Directed by Zev Asher An experimental documentary about art subculture in war-torn Croatia where creativity and subversion coalesce to form a vibrant community of artists. The film surveys an array of underground and avant-garde artists whose work was directly representation of his subjects through frenetic cuts, hand-held cameras, rock music, and ominous narration gives RAT ART its own unique edge. According to the Cinematheque Ontario, "Zev Asher has developed a distinctive style of documentary; his observant, sharp-eyed camera work and quick, intelligent editing give the documentaryÕs subjects an immediate presence and a powerful sense of urgency." this one is from CINEMATHEQUE ONTARIO Zev Asher s fascinating collage documentary RAT ART: Croatian Independents focuses on artists working in Croatia, a nation devastated by the war in the former Yugoslavia. (Rat is the Croatian word for war.) Many of these artists, working in the capital city of Zagreb, were relatively distant from the war zone, while others fought at the front lines (legendary punk icon Satan Panonski enlisted in the army so that he could steal a tank), but all were equally aware of the war s effects on their nation. The range of artistic expression covered in RAT ART is impressive: appearing in the film are installation artists, musicians, fashion designers, performance artists, rock video directors, comic strip artists, photographers, filmmakers and more. Although there are enormous differences between these individuals, many of them share a sense that, as one puts it, "time has stopped and civilization has no chance for advance." Ironies abound in postwar Croatia in scenes like a car trip along the "Highway of Brotherhood and Unity" and one artists statement that "the most important thing in this war situation was to decide on and choose the most comfortable place to die in." With RAT ART, Zev Asher has developed a distinctive style of documentary; his observant, sharp-eyed camera work and quick, intelligent editing give the documentary s subjects an immediate presence and a powerful sense of urgency. (Cinematheque Ontario) www.scca.hr