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[EVS Oberliht] CHIOSC – proiectie: petreceri publice/private / pulic/private parties

May 19, 2010

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Insemnarile Cetatenilor pentru un Atlas al Spatiului Public din Chisinau – proiectie publica

19 mai 2010, ora 20:30 – 22:30

Apartament Deschis
(str. Bucuresti 68/1, Chisinau)

In perioada 9-19 mai 2010, la Chisinau are loc seminarul Insemnarile Cetatenilor pentru un Atlas al Spatiului Public din Chisinau realizat de Vladimir US (Oberliht/Moldova), Natasa BODROZIC (Slobodne veze/Croatia), Vadim TIGANAS (Oberliht/Moldova), Dave PABELLON (AREA Chicago/SUA) si Daniel TUCKER (AREA Chicago/SUA).
http://atlasofchisinau.wordpress.com
Proiectie publica: Petreceri Publice/Private – propuneri pentru reactivarea spatiilor publice.

Proiectia va face o introducere despre lucrarile care au influentat activitatile AREA Chicago si ale proiectului “insemnarile cetatenilor pentru un atlas”. Lucrarile video prezinta actiuni ale artistilor si activistilor din SUA, care au pus sub semnul intrebarii definitia si parametrii “spatiului public” si “spatiului privat”.

Statement:

Cele 7 filme prezinta exemple ale preocuparii oamenilor fata de spatiul public in Statele Unite, Mexico, Italia si Suedia. Acestea nu prezinta o definitie stabilita a ceea ce ar insemna spatiul public fata de cel privat, dar privite per ansamblu, ele genereaza senzatia ca ceea ce este “public” este deschis spre a fi definit de catre un grup larg in baza notiunilor Democratiei sau/si celor aflate in relatie cu ele, pe cand ceea ce este “privat” poate fi definit si controlat de catre un grup mic care exercita o distributie mai mult sau mai putin echilibrata a puterii. Unele subiecte se pozitioneaza intr-un mod critic fata de istoria contestata, brutalitatea fortelor de ordine, monopolurile media, in timp ce altele vizeaza domenii din sfera productiva cum ar fi bunurile artistice sau dansul; ambele moduri de abordare insa implica un angajament activ si arata felul in care oamenii isi dezvolta singuri mediul in care traiesc zi de zi. “Noi suntem orasul!” par sa strige oamenii impotriva conceptiei generale conform careia spatiile pe care le umplem ne sunt intr-un mod simplu impuse, predeterminate sau aflate in afara controlului nostru.

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PROGRAM:

*Public Discourse*/Discurs Public (38:00) 2003

de Brad Downey, Tim Hansberry, Quenell Jones

Se proiecteaza cu permisiunea autorului

O generalizare asupra artelor stradale si graffiti curente si recente concentrata pe orasul New York si domeniul mult disputat al spatiului public.

*Surveillance Report*/Raport de Supraveghere (5:00) 2004

de 4n6

Se proiecteaza cu permisiunea autorului

Operatorii camerelor de supraveghere ghideaza o tura a camerelor de supraveghere in Manhattan din 9/11/2001

Vezi si: http://www.notbored.org/the-scp.html

*United Victorian Workers*/Muncitorii Victorieni Uniti (4:00), 2006

de Dara Greenwald with Josh MacPhee and Bettina Escauriza

Se proiecteaza cu permisiunea autorului

Un eveniment anual care celebreaza “mostenirea victoriana” in oraselul post-industrial Troia New York este intrerupt de catre un grup de activisti artisti si muncitori care intenteaza inserarea istoriei muncitoresti in sfera publica. Actiune organizata de Bettina Escauriza, Dara Greenwald, Ryan Jenkins, Josh MacPhee, Amy Scarfone, Marshall Tramell.

Vezi si: http://www.daragreenwald.com

*El Zócalo* (28:25) 2002

Gustavo Vazquez si Chip Lord

Se proiecteaza cu permisiunea Video Data Bank

O imagine-portret a Pietii Centrale din orasul Mexico intr-o zi din august. Soldati, Dansatori Azteci, clovni, vanzatori de mancaruri, protestatari, ploaie, caini, turisti, zmei de hartie, baloane, iar demnitarii se intrunesc cu totii in spatiul public al El Zøcalo.

Vezi si: http://artsites.ucsc.edu/faculty/lord/

*StreetTv2, Sky0* (6:30) 2003

de SpendnilaTv – TurnOff Tv, Teleaut, AntTv, OrfeoTv, Guerriglia

Markating

Extras din Fightsharing DVD cu subiectul “Reality Hacking”

in urma suspendarii unui proiect tv de gherila/pirat din Senigallia, Italia, o alianta a grupurilor de “telestreet” (televiziune de strada) din Roma initiaza o actiune de protest impotriva retelei de tv-cablu Sky Italia prin retransmiterea libera a unui meci de fotbal dintre Roma si Juventus pentru cetatenii din Roma.

Vezi si: http://www.zcommunications.org/telestreet-rome-by-hamster5

*Copwatch* (8:00) 2002

de Guerilla News Network

Extras din Select Magazine #5 DVD

O scurta prezentare a organizatiei Copwatch din Oakland, California. Este vorba despre un grup de ‘supraveghere a politiei’ care isi propune sa atraga atentia asupra violentei din partea organelor de politie, cat si a dreptului cetatenilor de a putea urmari si documenta activitatea polotiei.

Vezi si: http://www.copwatch.org/

*A Place Like Any Other*/Un loc ca oricare altul (21:00) 2001

de Pia Rönicke

Se proiecteaza cu permisiunea autorului

O serie de interviuri cu locuitorii zonei Bredang din Stockholm (Suedia), zona care a fost numita ca parte a Programului de Un Milion de catre social-democratii suedezi spre sfarsitul anilor 1960, avind ca scop asigurarea cu o locuinta comfortabia pentru toti cetatenii Suediei.

Vezi si: http://www.frieze.com/issue/article/the_concrete_jungle/

Durata programului: 112 min

PARTICIPARE LIBERA!


Pentru mai multe detalii descarcati comunicatul de presa la: http://oberliht.org.md/chiosc/20100509-19_AREA_Chicago_ro_en_comunicat.pdf

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Notes for a People’s Atlas of Public Space in Chisinau – public screenings
May 19 2010, 8.30 -10.30 pm

FLAT SPACE
(str. Bucuresti 68/1, Chisinau)
From 9 to 19 of May in Chisinau takes place the Notes for a People’s Atlas of Public Space in Chisinau seminar, organized byVladimir US (Oberliht/Moldova), Natasa BODROZIC (Slobodne veze/Croatia), Vadim TIGANAS (Oberliht/Moldova), Dave PABELLON(AREA Chicago/USA), and Daniel TUCKER (AREA Chicago/USA)
http://atlasofchisinau.wordpress.com
Public screening: Public/Private Parties – Proposals for Reactivating Public Spaces.

This screening will introduce the audience to works, which have influenced the work of AREA Chicago and the Notes for a People’s Atlas project. Video works will draw from art and activism in the US, which has contested the definition and parameters of “public space” and “private space.”

Statement:
These 7 videos show people engaging with public spaces in the United States, Sweden, Mexico, and Italy. They do not have a shared definition of what public space is versus private space, but viewed together they provide a sense that what is “public” is open to be defined by many and therefor related to notions of Democracy, while what is “private” can be defined and controlled by a few with an unbalanced distribution of power. Some subjects take critical approaches to contested history, police brutality, media monopolies, or surveillance while others take productive approaches like art making, and dancing, but both approaches actually involve pro-active engagement and demonstrate the ways that people make the places they live in everyday. “We are the city!” the people seem to cry! As opposed to the common understanding that these places we inhabit are simply imposed upon us, predetermined or out of our control.

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THE PROGRAM:

Public Discourse (38:00) 2003
by Brad Downey, Tim Hansberry, and Quenell Jones
Used with permission from the maker
An overview of current and historical street-art and graffiti with a strong focus on New York City and the contested terrain of public space.

Surveillance Report (5:00) 2004
by 4n6
Used with permission from the maker
The Surveillance Camera Players lead a walking tour of surveillance cameras in Manhattan following 9/11/2001.
See: http://www.notbored.org/the-scp.html

United Victorian Workers (4:00), 2006
by Dara Greenwald with Josh MacPhee and Bettina Escauriza
Used with permission from the maker
An annual event celebrating the “victorian heritage” in the small post-industrial town of Troy New York is disrupted by labor activists and artists attempting to insert labor history into the public sphere. Organized by Bettina Escauriza, Dara Greenwald, Ryan Jenkins. Josh MacPhee, Amy Scarfone, and Marshall Tramell).
See: http://www.daragreenwald.com

El Zócalo (28:25) 2002
Gustavo Vazquez and Chip Lord
Used with permission from the Video Data Bank
An observational portrait of Mexico City’s central Plaza across one day in August. Soldiers, Aztec Dancers, clowns, food vendors, protestors, rain, dogs tourists, kites, balloons, and dignitaries all meet in the public space of the Zøcalo.
See: http://artsites.ucsc.edu/faculty/lord/

StreetTv2, Sky0 (6:30) 2003
by SpendnilaTv – TurnOff Tv, Teleaut, AntTv, OrfeoTv, and Guerriglia Markating
From p2p Fightsharing DVD on “Reality Hacking”
Following the repression of a guerrilla/pirate tv project in Senigallia (Italy), an alliance of “telestreet” groups in Rome launch an action against Rupert Murdoch’s Sky Italia cable Tv company by re-transmiting a Juventas v. Roma football game free to the local community in rome.
See: http://www.zcommunications.org/telestreet-rome-by-hamster5

Copwatch (8:00) 2002
by Guerilla News Network
From the Select Magazine #5 DVD
A brief introduction to the original Copwatch organization in Oakland, California. The group is dedicated to ‘policing the police’ and attempt to bring attention to police brutality as well as citizen’s right to observe and document police activity.
See: http://www.copwatch.org/

A Place Like Any Other (21:00) 2001
by Pia Rönicke
Used with permission from the maker
Interviews with residents from the Bredang area of Stockholm (Sweden) which was conceived as part of the Million Program by Swedish Social Democrats in the late 1960s to provide affordable housing for everyone in Sweden. See: http://www.frieze.com/issue/article/the_concrete_jungle/

TRT: 112 min
PARTICIPANTION IS FREE!

For more details please download the press release at: http://oberliht.org.md/chiosc/20100509-19_AREA_Chicago_ro_en_comunicat.pdf

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