Príďte sa dozvedieť viac o programe v umení 60-tych rokov či nebezpečných spojitostiach, Multiplace Vás pozýva na:
/Come to learn more about the program in the art of the 1960′s or dangerous relations, Multiplace invites you to:
Galéria Medium, Hviezdoslavovo nám. 18, Bratislava
DARKO FRITZ: Program v umení 60. rokov 20. storočia
– Konkrétne, počítačové a konceptuálne umenie na príklade [New] Tendencies
prednáška + prezentácia vlastnej tvorby
V spolupráci s MediaLab*
/ Notions of the Program in the Art of the 1960s – Concrete, Computer-generated and Conceptual Art
case study: [New] Tendencies /
lecture + artist talk
In cooperation with: MediaLab*
Poľský inštitút / Polish Institute, Nám SNP 27, Bratislava
BARTOSZ LUKASIEWICZ: Nebezpečné spojitosti
O pojme “spojitosti” v umení na príklade konceptuálneho a post-konceptuálneho umenia i o vzťahu dvoch umeleckých mien, performera a autora manifestu kontextuálneho umenia Jana Świdzińského a tvorcu konkrétnej poézie Stanislawa Drózda.
V spolupráci s Poľským inštitútom Bratislava.
/ Dangerous relations /
On the notion of “relations” in conceptual and post-conceptual art as well as on relation of two names: the performer and author of the manifesto of contextual art Jan Świdziński and the author of concrete poetry Stanislaw Drózd.
In cooperation with: Polish Institute Bratislava
VIAC informácií o prednáškach
/ MORE on lectures:
Vstup je voľný, prednášky budú v angličtine.
/ Admission is free and the lectures will be in English
Prednášky sú súčasťou projektu REMAKE – Rethinking Media Arts in C(k)ollaborative environments a konajú sa v rámci Multiplace Network 2012, s podporou Programu Kultúra EU, Ministerstva kultúry Slovenskej republiky a Višegrádskeho fondu.
/The lectures are part of the project REMAKE – Rethinking Media Arts in C (k) ollaborative environments and are held within the frame of Multiplace Network 2012, with support from the EU Culture Programme, the Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic and the Visegrad Fund.
* MediaLab* je odborné pracovisko Katedry vizuálnej komunikácie VŠVU.
/ Medialab* is a specialised laboratory at the Department of Visual Communication AFAD Bratislava.
MORE on Darko Fritz:
Notions of the Program in the Art of the 1960s
– Concrete, Computer-generated and Conceptual Art
case study: [New] Tendencies
The presentation will examine several exhibitions, artists practices and related theories on the notion of the program in art. Several tendencies of art of 1960s that are at the first sight completely different and excluding each other can be viewed throughout the notions of the program. The first discourse toward the notion of the program in art we can find in Concrete / Neo-constructivist / Luminokinetic art and alike, second discourse in Computer-generated art and third in Conceptual art. Umberto Eco writes a text on “Arte Programmata” for the catalogue of an exhibition with the same title in Milan in 1962. At the New tendencies movement and network (1961 – 1973) organizers set computer generated works in relation to Constructive and Kinetic Art (1968/69) and to Conceptual Art (1973). At the time being in 1960s almost no communication was established between mentioned three ways of artistic practices and related theories. Very few exhibitions were presented those kinds of works together back in the time of its production. Tendencies 5 exhibition in Zagreb in 1973 is the a rare example in art history that connected and presented those three frames of art under the same roof – being those of Concrete, Computer and Conceptual art. New tendencies tried to merge these three artistic practices through the notion of the program and by the works not being executed by the artist himself/herself.
The presentation will be accompanied with audio-visual documentation from the 1960s and newly recorded ones, especially from the exhibition bit international. [New] Tendencies Computers and Visual Research, Zagreb 1961 – 1973, Neue Galerie, Graz, 2007 and ZKM (Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie), Karlsruhe, 2008 – 2009, curated by Darko Fritz (in ZKM co-curator was Peter Weibel).
Darko Fritz was born in 1966, in Croatia, and currently he lives and works in Amsterdam, Zagreb and Korčula. He is a media artist, curator, researcher and graphic designer. He studied architecture at the University of Zagreb and the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam.
His work fills the gap between contemporary art practices and media art culture. Fritz’s work through its personal and social aesthetics obliges us to analyze both the technological determinism of contemporary times as well as the contradictions of contemporary aesthetics trapped in the conflict of real versus virtual. He has worked with video since 1988 and created his first computer-generated environment in 1988 [Cathedral]. He is using the Internet as artistic medium since 1994. Recently he has been developing horticultural units [flower/organic installations] in public spaces, transgressing the contents from the digital domain.
He is member of artists associations and societies: AICA (International Association of Art Critics); Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam; HDLU (Croatian Association of Artists) and ULUPUH (Croatian Association of Artists of Applied Arts).
His works are in the collections of Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb; Skopje City Museum; the World Bank, Washington; Museum of Applied Art, Zagreb, National Library, Zagreb.
Since 2006 he leads the gray) (area – space of contemporary and media art.