Dates for the Summer Semester 2021
AprilThursday, 15th April: Colloquium I (project discussions) 10:30 Check-In 11:00 – 13:00 project discussion 14:00 – 16:00 project discussion Thursday, 29th April: Welcome of the new participants of the GBB 11:00 – 13:30 Welcome and introduction of participants, associated teachers and coordinators 14:30 – 16:00 We watch together the videos of the ‘Meisterschüler*innenpräsentationen’, everyone gets to know each other regarding their practice.
MayGuest Lecturer Roee Rosen expected schedule. Confirmation follows. Tuesday, 4th May 14:30 – 16:20 artist talk und Q&A (open to all members of the KhK) 16:30 project discussion 17:50 debriefing Friday, 7th May 14:00 – 18:20 project discussion
Roee Rosen (b. 1963) is an Israeli-American artist, filmmaker and writer. Rosen is a professor at Ha'Midrasha Art College, and at the Bezalel Art Academy, both in Israel. Rosen’s painting and text installation, Live and Die as Eva Braun (1995-1997), stirred a scandal when first exhibited at the Israel Museum. It was later recognized as groundbreaking in its approach to the representation of the holocaust, and was exhibited in Berlin, New York, London, Warsaw, and, in 2017, in Athens as part of Documenta 14. Rosen dedicated years to his fictive feminine persona, the Jewish-Belgian Surrealist painter and pornographer Justine Frank, a project that entailed fabricating her entire oeuvre as well as a book and a short film, Two Women and a Man (2005). Several major programs were dedicated to Rosen's cinematic production, amongst them profiles at the Tate Modern, London (2010), the Museum of Modern Art, Vienna (2014), the Oberhausen International short film festival (2012), and comprehensive retrospectives at La Roche-sur-yon film festival (2013), and FICUNAM Festival, Mexico City (2018). One person mid-career survey exhibitions of the artist were held in the Rotyal Castle (Zamek), in Warsaw (2010), Tel Aviv Museum (2016), the Edith Russ House for Media Art, Oldenburg (2016), Charlottenborg, Copenhagen (2019) The Project Arts Centre, Dublin (2019), among others. In 2018 an expansive one person exhibition was held at Centre Pompidou, Paris, entitled Histoires dans le pénombre. Rosen is currently working on a feature-length film entitled Kafka For Kids. The latest short film he released, Explaining the Law to Kwame (premiere: FIDMarseille; FNAC and Flash awards, 2020), is a part of that project.
---Thursday, 6th May: METHODS! (registration required) Part 2 of A WORKSHOP ON THE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMINGS OF ‚RESEARCH’ AT ART SCHOOLS, AND ON ‚METHODS' 17:00 - 18:00 Preliminary discussion Friday, 14th May: Colloquium I (project discussions) 10:30 Check-In 11:00 – 13:00 project discussion 14:00 – 16:00 project discussion Thursday, 27th May: Colloquium II (organizational meeting) 10:30 Check-In 11:00 – 13:00 exhibition planning 14:00 – 15:00 general organization, exhibition planning (if needed) (15:30 – 17:00 optional: Hang Out, movie) Thursday, 27th May: METHODS! (registration required) 16:30 - 19:00 Part 2 of A WORKSHOP ON THE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMINGS OF ‚RESEARCH’ AT ART SCHOOLS, AND ON ‚METHODS'
JuneGuest Lecturer Eli Cortiñas Wednesday, 2nd June 15:00 – 16:20 artist talk und Q&A (open to all members of the KhK) 16:30 project discussion 17:50 debriefing Friday, 4th June 14:00 – 18:20 project discussion
Eli Cortiñas, born 1979 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ES) is a Spanish video artist of Cuban descent. She was guest lecturer at Kunsthochschule Kassel as well as State Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe. At the moment she is sharing a professorship with South African artist Candice Breitz at HBK Braunschweig. She has received several scholarships and residencies such as Fundación Botín stipend, Berlin Senate Film/Video stipend, Villa Sträuli resideny, Kunstfonds working stipend, Rupert Residency, Villa Massimo and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff scholarship among others. She has shown her work in several solo and group shows in institutions such as Kunsthalle Budapest, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Museum Ludwig, MUSAC, Museum Marta Herford, Centre Georges Pompidou, Pinakothekt der Moderne, Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno, KINDL Centre for Contemporary Art, Museum Morsbroich, Berlinische Galerie. Her film and video works have been screened at Riga Bienniale, Moscow International Bienniale for Young Art, Mardin Bienniale, International Filmfestival Oberhausen, Prospectif Cinema at Centre Georges Pompidou, Torina Film festival, Curtas Vila Do Conde, Les Rencontres Internationales, Videonale 14, Videonale 18, Nashville Film festival, Transmediale 2021/22 and International Film festival Gijón. Eli Cortiñas lives and works in Berlin.
© Coralie Vogelaar In cooperation with the Communication School, Univserity of Kassel September 29th 2020, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., in English. In this workshop we will try to view the world of the image in a new way. We will be focussing on alienating ourselves from our usual perception and try to see through the eyes of the machine. We will investigate and collectively map out emotional responses to technology and their behavioural implications and will try different intuitive research methods that promote the production of associative and subconscious ideas but also reflect on them. As a cooperation between the Graduate School for Moving Image and the Communication School of Graduate Academy, Amsterdam-based artist Coralie Vogelaar will conduct a workshop that invites participants from both scientific and artistic backgrounds to discuss different notions of research. Collectively they will exchange on the field of „computer vision" using a variety of open source tools to examine image recognition, emotion tracking and others. About The Communication School:
The Communication School is a summer school open to Kassel university students (MA, doc, post-doc). In times of Fake News and raising mistrust towards science, Science Communication has become essential and an inherent part of scientific practice. The one-week training programme of the Communication School supports participants to develop their skills in Science Communication and enables them to become Science Communicators. ///
About the lecturer:
Coralie Vogelaar is an Amsterdam-based visual artist. In her ongoing research, she explores the areas where technology and humans meet, the interaction between the two and ways in which they influence each other. Her work consist of systematically conducted studies how computers see humans and their activity, and works with deep learning, eye & emotion tracking, and image recognition software. Both her background and interest are interdisciplinary, and she works together with (data)scientists, creative coders, actors, dancers and choreographers.
Recent exhibitions were in ZKM - Karlsruhe, Veem House for Performance, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Kunstverein Kassel, Science gallery Dublin, Impakt Festival Utrecht, UnArt Museum Shanghai, Noorderlicht Festival, Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, MU Artspace, V2 - lab for the unstable media, FOMU - Antwerp, SPRING Festival Utrecht and Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen. She currently is doing a residency at TU Eindhoven Innovation Lab
Photo: Holger Jenss Photo: Holger Jenss Performative presentation of participants Artist and workshop instructor Coralie Vogelaar
---Thursday, 10th June: Colloquium I (project discussion) 10:30 Check-In 11:00 – 13:00 project discussion 14:00 – 16:00 project discussion Thursday, 17th June: METHODS! (registration required) 16:30 - 19:00 Part 2 of A WORKSHOP ON THE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMINGS OF ‚RESEARCH’ AT ART SCHOOLS, AND ON ‚METHODS' Thursday, 24th June: Colloquium II (organizational meeting) 10:30 Check-In 11:00 – 13:00 exhibition planning 14:00 – 15:00 general organization, exhibition planning (if needed) (15:30 – 17:00 optional: Hang Out, movie)
July2-week exhibition at Kasseler Kunstverein, expected from 9th July.