archive-ro.com » RO » S » SPATIUL-PUBLIC.RO

Total: 236

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • press_release _anetta_mona_chisa
    casual passers by or direct public Distributed together with the commercials and trailers at the beginning of each movie in the cinema and on screens which are used exclusively for advertising in the city What the fuck are you staring at does not select its public but counts on its randomness with the aim of creating a situation of disruption and reflection Anetta Mona Chi a was born in 1975 in Romania and lives in Prague Since 2000 she is working in collaboration with Lucia Tkáčová the two artists challenging in their projects the existing power structures and hierarchies The launching of the project What the fuck are you staring at takes place on the 20th of June at Cityplex os Olteni ei nr 2 inside City Mall 3rd floor sector 4 Bucure ti Opening speeches will be addressed by Sabine Hentzsch director of Goethe Institut Bukarest Marius Babias curator of the project Anetta Mona Chi a artist and Raluca Ene el marketing director Cityplex Bucharest Alongside Cityplex the project is developed in collaboration with Media Advertising and Monopoly Media A list of all the venues where the video is shown on digital screens is available on the website www

    Original URL path: http://www.spatiul-public.ro/eng/anetta_press/anetta_press.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Website launch www.spatiul-public.ro
    in Romania starting with 18 00 and is structured in three parts Media theorists and activists Florian Schneider and Joanne Richardson will create a theoretical framework with short presentations followed by an open conversation on ideas revolving around the notion of property whereas in the second part of the evening the Romanian situation of the digital public space will be analysed and discussed together with Dana Catona Valentin Panduru Rari a Szakáts and István Szakáts The event will conclude with an interactive multimedia performance designed by artists Dilmana Iordanova Mihaela Kavdanska and performed together with Matze Cristian Stanciu and Tim Wolff This composition called NTERVINO AV Urban Explorer is a structure open to the public who are offered a virtual visual and sound scape of the city with the invitation to interfere with it The programme of the evening is as follows 18 00 Raluca Voinea Project coordinator Presentation of the website www spatiul public ro 18 15 Florian Schneider Writer and film maker Presentation Imaginary property Joanne Richardson Author and media activist Presentation Public private and common property on the net Open discussion 19 45 Break 20 00 Round table Democracy and the digital culture in the Romanian context

    Original URL path: http://www.spatiul-public.ro/eng/launch/launch.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • press_release
    casual passers by or direct public Distributed together with the commercials and trailers at the beginning of each movie in the cinema and on screens which are used exclusively for advertising in the city What the fuck are you staring at does not select its public but counts on its randomness with the aim of creating a situation of disruption and reflection Anetta Mona Chi a was born in 1975 in Romania and lives in Prague Since 2000 she is working in collaboration with Lucia Tkáčová the two artists challenging in their projects the existing power structures and hierarchies The launching of the project What the fuck are you staring at takes place on the 20th of June at Cityplex os Olteni ei nr 2 inside City Mall 3rd floor sector 4 Bucure ti Opening speeches will be addressed by Sabine Hentzsch director of Goethe Institut Bukarest Marius Babias curator of the project Anetta Mona Chi a artist and Raluca Ene el marketing director Cityplex Bucharest Alongside Cityplex the project is developed in collaboration with Media Advertising and Monopoly Media A list of all the venues where the video is shown on digital screens is available on the website www

    Original URL path: http://www.spatiul-public.ro/eng/anetta_p.r/anetta_p.r.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • trams_and_institutions_daniel knorr
    Bucharest that have been decorated with the logos of some national institutions such as the police the military and the Red Cross http www evz ro article php artid 323107 http www piticu ro 2007 09 19 tramvai militar http

    Original URL path: http://www.spatiul-public.ro/eng/daniel_p/daniel_p.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Launch of the artistic projects
    project have been successfully completed a symposium two artists residencies the public screening of Anetta Mona Chi a s work What the Fuck Are You Staring at and the launching of the official website www spatiul public ro Now the project is entering its final stage with a month of events taking place between September 15 and October 15 The events will be accompanied by the publication of two special editions of the Romanian weekly cultural magazines Suplimentul de Cultur and Observator Cultural These publications will include contributions by Marius Babias Boris Buden Eduard Constantin H arta Sabine Hentzsch Oliver Marchart Ciprian Mihali Suzana Milevska Vlad Morariu Alina erban Simon Sheikh Ovidiu ichindeleanu and Raluca Voinea Events and projects Monument History Hysteria 2 Dan Perjovschi Saturday 15 September 2007 16 00 Pia a Universit ii sector 1 Bucure ti Dan Perjovschi s live sculpture evokes in the memory of the locals a moment from the recent history of Romania the miner lead incursions into the heart of Bucharest in the early 1990s intended to stifle democratic protests against the neo communist government of the time Monument History Hysteria 2 will be performed daily for a week in the same location University Square where the events took place 17 years ago Contemporary Art Archive Center for Art Analysis 1985 2007 Lia Perjovschi Saturday 15 September 2007 17 30 CAA Studio Contemporary Art Archive Center for Art Analysis Str General Berthelot nr 12 sector 1 Bucure ti CAA Contemporary Art Archive Center for Art Analysis has functioned as archive open workshop alternative research and education project organized by Lia Perjovschi between 1985 and 2007 Between September and October 2007 CAA will undergo an inventory at the end of which it will be temporary closed in preparation for its next stage Trams and Institutions Daniel Knorr Saturday 15 September 2007 19 00 The project Trams and Institutions invites the public transport users of the Romanian capital to discover and board four regular trams circulating in Bucharest that have been decorated with the logos of some national institutions such as the police the military and the Red Cross Project Space H arta Sunday 16 September 2007 11 00 Order of Architects in Romania Str Pictor Arthur Verona nr 19 sector 1 Bucure ti Project Space represents both a meeting and information point for Spa iul Public Bucure ti Public Art Bucharest 2007 and at the same time an invitation to a series of daily events organized by the artist collective H arta Their program is structured around four major themes post communism feminism education and display and takes the form of presentations discussions workshops and performances hot art 6 H C L M B 10 25 01 2001 Landscape in the City s Backyard erban Sturdza Virgil Scripcariu Sunday 16 September 2007 13 30 Drumul Jilavei nr 12 sector 4 Bucure ti This project confronts the inhabitants of Bucharest as well as the leaders of public institutions with a moment of reflection on the

    Original URL path: http://www.spatiul-public.ro/eng/loap/loap.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Monument (History / Hysteria 2)
    incursions into the heart of Bucharest in the early 1990s intended to stifle democratic protests against the neo communist government of the time Monument History Hysteria 2 will be performed daily for a week in the same location University Square

    Original URL path: http://www.spatiul-public.ro/eng/perjovschi_p/perjo_proiect.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Landscape in the City’s Backyard
    Bucharest as well as the leaders of public institutions with a moment of reflection on the systemic way in which the green areas of the city are being destroyed and

    Original URL path: http://www.spatiul-public.ro/eng/sturza/sturza.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Maria_Eichhorn
    residents to the less expensive outskirts in the typical pattern of gentrification The Association successfully thwarted the development by rallying public support Today the city owns the building and the Association acts as its tenant and administrator By creating a public sculpture through the machinations of private property Eichhorn foregrounded the by now widely known fact that ostensibly community oriented exhibitions like Münster s also serve elite economic interests The empty plot dumbly materialized the project funds calling attention to the exhibition s material conditions Her casting of the sponsoring institution in the role of real estate speculator hinted that those conditions are deeply enmeshed in late capitalism The piece in fact drew considerable attention to Münster s impacted real estate market and the demographic shifts it spurred Because the city owned the plot its sale required the approval of the municipal real estate department The mayor supported the transaction but the department balked at the idea of transforming the controversial site into an art piece The debate moved into the city council where many members were also reluctant to draw attention to the area s dubious history especially since the issues were still highly pertinent The final vote divided the council along ideological lines the larger liberal contingent winning by a slim margin The controversy surrounding Eichhorn s piece attested to its political potency It also evidenced the political and economic interests undergirding the exhibition that the piece merely implied Most likely the final vote did not merely reflect the council s solid liberal conscious but its recognition that both the exhibition and sculptures it leaves behind bolster the city s property values Eichhorn s transitory sculpture drew attention to this conflicted nexus of community and private economic and artistic interests without contributing to it It avoided the inadvertent violence of much public sculpture by refusing to physically impose on the surrounding community foregoing aesthetics to benefit local inhabitants financially EXCERPT FROM Elizabeth Ferrell The lack of interest in Maria Eichhorn s work in Art After Conceptual Art ed by A Alberro S Buchmann The MIT Press Cambridge Mass London England 2006 pp 196 211 Maria Eichorn Born 1962 in Bamberg D lives and works in Berlin D Solo exhibitions Maria Eichhorn Aktiengesellschaft Maria Eichhorn Public Limited Company Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven 2007 Die Anteilscheine der Kunsthalle Bern Kunstmuseum Bern 2005 Maria Eichhorn Centre d Art Santa Monica Barcelona 2004 Maria Eichhorn Restitutionspolitik Kunstbau Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus Munich 2003 Prohibited Imports Masataka Hayakawa Gallery Tokyo 2003 korrespondenz maria eichhorn de Kasseler Kunstverein 2003 Das Geld der Kunsthalle Bern Money at the Kunsthalle Bern Kunsthalle Bern 2001 The Artist s Reserved Rights Transfer and Sale Agreementby Seth Siegelaub and Bob Projansky Salzburger Kunstverein 1998 Arbeit Freizeit Generali Foundation Berlin Vienna 1997 Group exhibitions Und So Hat Konzept Noch Nie Pferd bedeutet Concept Has Never Meant Horse Generali Foundation Vienna 2006 Zero Interest Interessi Zero Artistic strategies for an economy in crisis Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea di Trento Trento 2005

    Original URL path: http://www.spatiul-public.ro/eng/Maria%20Eichhorn/Maria_Eichhorn.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive