Friday, 06 November 2020
from KUNSTPUNKT BERLIN, where we are guests of the Netzwerk freier Berliner Projekträume und -initiativen
- 13.30h Welcome and introduction
Moira Zoitl (IGBK)
- 13.40h On the specific profile of independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces: working under different conditions in different regions - how does cooperation help?
Giorgi Rodionov (Untitled Gallery Tbilisi / Collective 90x / Salaam Cinema Baku) and Matthias Mayer (Netzwerk freier Berliner Projekträume und -initiativen / Spor Klübü) in conversation, moderated by Sophia Tabatadze
(break between 14.30-15.00h CET)
Zoom conference and Live Stream...
Moderated by Alicja Kaczmarek, Berenika Partum and Sophia Tabatadze
- 15.00h The importance of exchange with independent art initiatives from Central and Eastern Europe - the example Centrala Berlin and Centrala Birmingham
Alicja Kaczmarek (Centrala Space Birmingham) and Berenika Partum (Centrala Berlin)
- 15.20h Regional perspectives, inputs and Q&As
Sabina Shikhlinskaya (Platform ART, Baku)
Asmer Abdullayeva (ASMART Creative Hub, Baku)
- 16.00h GeoAIR and other independent art initiatives from Georgia - Conversation
Sophia Tabatadze (GeoAIR) with Mariam Natroshvili (Museum on call, Tbilisi) and Aleksi Soselia (Gallery Warehouse, www.videoimage.ge, Tbilisi)
- 16.50h Video by Pavel Brăila "barons hill" (2005)
In the video work, the artist documents a new and glorious Sinti and Roma architecture, which has emerged in Moldova in recent years and is characterized by a hybris of architectural style elements.
- 17.00 Regional perspectives, inputs and Q&As
Pavel Brăila (ArtWatt, Chișinău)
Natalija Vujošević (ISU – Institute of Contemporary Art Montenegro)
Róna Kopeczky (easttopics, Budapest)
- 17.50h Wrap-up of the first day
Marcel Noack (IGBK)
Saturday, 07 November 2020
- 11.00h - 13.00h Workshop with four different discussion rounds (upon separate registration)
- What is the specific profile of independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces and how do they develop and reach their audience?
- What is the status quo of international exchange amongst those initiatives? Which structures are relevant and how does international cooperation help?
- What are the regional perspectives and political frameworks to consider?
- Which new set-ups can we imagine?
a.o. with speakers of the first day and with Andrea Křístek Kozárová (Slovak Union of Visual Arts), Anna Kamay (Artsakh Fest, Yerevan), Irena Lagator Pejovic (ISU – Institute of Contemporary Art Montenegro), Dr. Katharina Koch and Sylvia Sadzinski (alpha nova & galerie futura, Berlin), Margarethe Makovec (<Rotor>, Graz), Nastia Khlestova (127garage, Kharkiv), Selda Asal (Apartment Project, Berlin), Sibylle Feucht (DAS ESSZIMMER – space for art+, Bonn), Tina Gurgenidze (Tbilisi Architecture Biennal),... The workshop is not public and will not be recorded.
Results of the workshop will be presented at 14.00h
- 14.00h Art Space Connect | Which new set-ups can we imagine?
Introducing Workshop results
- 14.45h Inputs by
Nino Klingler (Allianz Kulturstiftung)
Philipp Dietachmair (European Cultural Foundation)
Lea Stöver (Creative Europe Desk Kultur Deutschland)
Followed by Q&As
- 15.30h Coffee break
- 15.40h Closing discussion
How do we find creative and alternative ways to support and finance artist-run initiatives and the international exchange amongst them?
- 16.00h Conclusions by the project team and farewell