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Today's Topics:

   1. mdw_transculturality lecture series/ Herzliche Einladung zu
      Transkulturalität_mdw (Daliah Hindler)
   2. Situating Ourselves in Displacement (Stevphen Shukaitis)
   3. [Newsletter] CATASTROPHE BONDS - survey exhibition in two
      university galleries in Wisconsin, US (Oliver Ressler)


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Message: 1
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2018 11:06:03 +0100
From: "Daliah Hindler" <hindle...@mdw.ac.at>
To: <transversal-l...@eipcp.net>
Subject: [transversal] mdw_transculturality lecture series/ Herzliche
        Einladung zu Transkulturalität_mdw
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Invitation to the 5th date of the lecture series 2017/18 on
transculturality hosted by the University of Music and Performing Arts
Vienna.       Transkulturalität_mdw 
Cross-boundary Explorations in Arts and Science
 7 March 2018, 5:00 p.m.
University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Fanny Hensel-Hall
3, Anton-von-Webern-Platz 1 
http://www.mdw.ac.at/ive/ringvorlesungsprogramm
 
 
5th lecture: Language and Power
Lecture (in German): ?nci Dirim
Professor at the department for German Studies of the University of
Vienna
The (Im)possibility of Mixing: the Tension of Transcultural Ways of
Speaking and Normative Specifications in the Migration Society
In migration societies it is a common part of the sound image of a city
to hear languages not only in their nation state forms. People are
interacting and therefore also different languages, which are
elaborately intertwined and disentangled. Occasionally new registers,
codes and languages emerge in this interaction which aren?t codified.
In this lecture at first language contact phenomena and linguistic
hybridisation in the migration societies will be presented. Then these
will be opposed to the normative, maybe even necessarily normative,
expectations of institutions. The lecture ends with a marking of
tensions between the normative institutional expectations towards
?Sprachigkeit? (Busch 2013) and the transnormative creations.
 
Artistic contribution: der sprechchor (speaking choir)
Choosing Words Finding Languages.
Bruno Pisek, choir master
The sprechchor loves multilingual texts. The sprechchor loves the
musicality of the spoken word. From the beginning. Multilingualism and
polyphony and the musical phrasing have become a familiar practice for
us.
We take the multilingualism of our everyday life as a starting point.
And the restriction to a single language would often be an inappropriate
form for the content of our texts that we bring to life. The texts are
written by choir members.
Our common language of communication is the ambient language German.
Some of the active members have other first languages.Sometimes we use
English as bridge-language.
We consider the creation of groups, also of temporary groups, as a main
task of contemporary art forms. We consider polyphonically phrased
multilingual texts as a contemporary form of expression.
In speaking so far foreign languages our brain practices new movement
coordination for the formation of sounds. At the same time listening to
each other while speaking in chorus poses a challenge as well as
enrichment to our interactions.
 
www.dersprechchor.at
 
Commentary and moderation: Therese Kaufmann (mdw)
 

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Transkulturalität_mdw 

Grenzüberschreitende Erkundungen in Kunst und Wissenschaft 

 

Mittwoch, 7. 3. 2018, 17.00-20.00 Uhr

Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien
Fanny Hensel-Saal
3, Anton-von-Webern-Platz 1 
http://www.mdw.ac.at/ive/ringvorlesungsprogramm

 

5. Termin: Sprache und Macht

Vortragende: ?nci Dirim
Deutschlehrerin, Übersetzerin, Germanistin,
Erziehungswissenschaftlerin.  
Seit März 2010 Universitätsprofessorin für Deutsch als Zweitsprache an
der Universität Wien.

Arbeitsschwerpunkte: Spracherwerb und ?gebrauch unter Bedingungen von
Migration, Didaktik und Methodik des Deutsch als
Zweitsprache-Förderunterrichts und der sprachlichen Bildung,
bilinguale und mehrsprachige Unterrichtsmodelle, migrationspädagogische
DaZ*-Didaktik, hegemonietheoretische, poststrukturalistische und
postkoloniale Zugänge zum Forschungs- und Arbeitsgebiet ?Deutsch als
Zweitsprache?.


Die (Un)Möglichkeit der Mischung: zum Spannungsverhältnis
transkultureller Sprechweisen und normativer Vorgaben in der
Migrationsgesellschaft

In Migrationsgesellschaften gehört es zum gewöhnlichen Klangbild der
Städte, dass Sprachen nicht nur in ihren nationalstaatlichen Formen
hörbar sind. Menschen stehen miteinander in Kontakt und damit auch
verschiedene Sprachen, die kunstvoll miteinander verknüpft und wieder
entflochten werden. Zuweilen entstehen in diesem Wechselspiel völlig
neue Register, Codes und Sprachen, die nirgends kodifiziert wurden. Im
Vortrag werden zunächst Sprachkontaktphänomene und sprachliche
Hybridisierungen in den Migrationsgesellschaften vorgestellt.
Anschließend werden diese den normativen, vielleicht sogar notwendig
normativen Erwartungen der Institutionen gegenüber gestellt. Der Vortrag
endet mit einer Markierung von Spannungen zwischen den
normativ-institutionellen Erwartungen an  ?Sprachigkeit? (Busch 2013)
und den transnormativen Kreationen.

 

Künstlerischer Beitrag: der sprechchor
Bruno Pisek, Chorleiter

Worte wählen Sprachen finden.

der sprechchor liebt mehrsprachige Texte. der sprechchor liebt
mehrstimmig gesetzte Texte. der sprechchor liebt die Musikalität des
gesprochenen Wortes. Von Anfang an. Die Mehrsprachigkeit und die
Mehrstimmigkeit und der musikalische Satz sind uns eine gewohnte Praxis
geworden.

Wir gehen von der Mehrsprachigkeit unseres Alltags aus. Und die
Beschränkung auf nur eine Sprache wäre oft eine unpassende Form für
den Inhalt der Texte, die wir zum Klingen bringen. Die Texte werden von
den Chormitgliedern geschrieben.

Unsere gemeinsame Kommunikationssprache ist die Umgebungssprache
Deutsch. Einige der jeweils aktiven Sprechchormitglieder bringen andere
Erstsprachen mit. Manchmal benutzen wir Englisch als Brückensprache.

Wir betrachten die Schaffung von Gruppen, auch von temporären Gruppen,
als eine Hauptaufgabe zeitgemäßer Kunstformen. Wir betrachten polyphon
gesetzte mehrsprachige Texte als zeitgemäße Ausdrucksform.

Im Sprechen bislang fremder Sprachen übt unser Hirn neue
Bewegungskoordinationen zur Lautbildung ein. Gleichzeitig stellt das
aufeinander Hören beim chorischen Sprechen sowohl eine Herausforderung
als auch eine zusätzliche Bereicherung in unserem Miteinander her.

 

Kommentar und Moderation: Therese Kaufmann (mdw)



 



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Message: 2
Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2018 17:18:05 +0000
From: Stevphen Shukaitis <stevp...@autonomedia.org>
To: transversal-l...@eipcp.net
Subject: [transversal] Situating Ourselves in Displacement
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New book on living through and despite displacement, neoliberalism, and 
precarity?


Situating Ourselves in Displacement. Conditions, experiences and 
subjectivity across neoliberalism and precarity
Edited by Paula Cobo Guevara and Manuela Zechner (Murmurae) and Marc 
Herbst (Journal of Aesthetics & Protest)

Displacement is a key paradigm of our time, for who can afford not to 
move, to shift, to change, to develop and improve ? or to be moved, 
shifted, displaced? Situatedness is a key condition for solid and 
sustainable practices, in politics, arts, research or otherwise. Yet 
situatedness is not something we can take for granted today. What is the 
meaning of situatedness within displacement?

In this book we address conditions, experiences and subjectivity as 
shaped by the tension(s) between displacement and situatedness. 
Neoliberalism and precarity are the main contexts we depart from in 
developing concepts, tools and tactics that stem from our collective and 
individual lives.

What do politics and ethics mean in the context of frequent 
displacements? How do we understand and give account of our 
positionality and trajectory as itinerant subjects? What tools do we 
have for orienting ourselves in new contexts, for mapping out stakes, 
problems and possibilities of relating?

PDF available freely online: http://www.minorcompositions.info/?p=843

Contributions: Alan Moore, Amit S. Rai, Bue Rübner Hansen, Claire 
English, Claudia Delso, Cristina Ribas, Esquizo Grupo Barcelona, Jara 
Rocha, Julius, Laura Lapinskiene, Manuela Zechner, Marc Herbst, Ninaha, 
Sara Larsdotter Hallqvist, Paula Cobo?Guevara

Released by Minor Compositions, Colchester / Brooklyn / Port Watson
Minor Compositions is a series of interventions & provocations drawing 
from autonomous politics, avant-garde aesthetics, and the revolutions of 
everyday life.

Minor Compositions is an imprint of Autonomedia
www.minorcompositions.info | minorcompositi...@gmail.com

-- 
Stevphen Shukaitis
Autonomedia Editorial Collective
http://www.autonomedia.org
http://www.minorcompositions.info



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Message: 3
Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2018 09:58:38 +0100
From: Oliver Ressler <oli...@ressler.at>
To: newslet...@ressler.at
Subject: [transversal] [Newsletter] CATASTROPHE BONDS - survey
        exhibition in two university galleries in Wisconsin, US
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Oliver Ressler - Catastrophe Bonds

**About the Exhibition:*

The exhibition /Catastrophe Bonds/ is the first survey of Oliver 
Ressler?s work in the United States. It will be on view in the Bush Art 
Center Galleries at St. Norbert College, and the Lawton Gallery at the 
University of Wisconsin ? Green Bay. The exhibition focuses on forms of 
grassroots democracy as well as economic and political alternatives to 
the existing state of global affairs. A key unifying theme running 
through the work is envisioning and attempting to enact new forms of 
vibrant social and economic democracy where all voices are welcomed in 
the deliberative process. This theme is explored through documentary 
work highlighting grassroots organizing efforts, video interviews with 
contemporary thinkers on alternative social and economic models and 
their historical precedents, and through an examination of the pressures 
that the current catastrophes of climate change and emergency migration 
are having on western representative democracies.

This exhibition was curated by Brandon Bauer, Associate Professor of 
Art, St. Norbert College, in association with Shan Bryan-Hanson, curator 
of Art Galleries and Collections, St. Norbert College, and Kate Mothes, 
curator of the Lawton Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. 
The exhibition will be accompanied by a book published by the Art 
Department at St. Norbert College edited by Brandon Bauer.

*Public Events, St. Norbert College:*

*Thursday, March 1:*
4:00 pm ? /Art, Social Action, and Grassroots Democracy/, Panel 
Discussion sponsored by the Norman Miller Center for Peace, Justice, and 
Public Understanding, Michels Commons Ballroom

5:00 ? 7:00 pm ? Exhibition Opening Reception with a special opening 
night screening of /The Right of Passage/, Bush Art Center Galleries

*Thursday, March 22:*
2:00 pm ? /Take the Square/, Film Screening, Bush Art Center 130

*Public Events, University of Wisconsin ? Green Bay:*

*Friday, March 2:*
2:00 pm ? /Art, Globalization, and Social Justice/, Global Studies 
Roundtable Sponsored by Global Studies, Political Science, and the 
International Visiting Scholars Program, MAC Hall 111

4:30 pm ? Oliver Ressler Gallery Talk, Lawton Gallery

5:00 ? 7:00 pm ? Exhibition Opening Reception, Lawton Gallery

*Wednesday, March 21:*
6:00 pm ? /What is Democracy?/, Film Screening, Lawton Gallery



http://www.ressler.at/


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