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Miss Baltazar's Laboratory im November

01.11.2011 to 30.11.2011

Miss Baltazar's Laboratory im November


Miss Baltazar's Laboratory im November Miss Baltazar's Laboratory im November

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wed, 30.11.2011
- 22.00 h
tue, 29.11.2011
mo, 28.11.2011
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Miss Baltazar's Laboratory im November

Datum: 01.11. bis 30.11.
Ort: Miss Baltazar's Laboratory, Electric Avenue, 1. Stock
Eintritt frei
women and trans only

Miss Baltazar's Laboratory bietet Workshops (jeden zweiten Mittwoch hands-on Wissensaustausch), Open Labs (unabhängigeres Experimentieren um Inhalte oder Techniken des Workshops der letzten Woche zu vertiefen, Hackerspace Situation) und Reading Groups (Diskussion und Auseinandersetzung mit Themen, die durch die Workshops relevant erscheinen) 

Fri Nov 4th, 17-20h
Claudia Mongini und Katharina Jesberger
Miss Baltazar's Reading Group. Open to all Genders.
Book: Arjun Appadurai. Modernity at Large: Cultural Dimensions of Globalization.

Wed Nov 9th, 19-22h
"An extreme situation, extremely surpassed: being woman in the Republic of Congo".
Miss Baltazar's Laboratory - Workshop by Miss Universe
The workshop will focus on the production circle of mobile phones. It will be a journey to the Congo and women's experiences of violence during Congo's civil war. We will talk about how civil war in Congo is related to our capitalist system and the production of mobile phones. Participants will have the opportunity to take a new look at their bodies, society, the capitalist system and to ways of using art as means of activism.

Wed Nov 16th, 19h
"An extreme situation, extremely surpassed: being woman in the Republic of Congo".
Miss Baltazar's Laboratory Open Lab curated by Miss Universe
In Open Lab sessions we experiment with the technology we played with in the previous week's workshop. It gives room discuss questions that came up and demand further investigation. In this Open Lab session, we will expand on the issues Miss Universe introduced in the workshop on women in the Congo. The participants can share their thoughts or related projects, tell about their own lives and backgrounds.
Bio of Miss Universe:
In 2008, she attended the beauty contest held in Supper Club Istanbul and was nominated "Miss Universe". After this contest, her life changed and represented her country in other beauty contests, each time being nominated as "Miss Universe". She appears as a figure who reaches broad audiences through joyful presentations, combining contemporary performance elements of action, text and music, with pop-culture, references to classical art history, using choirs, children songs, fashion and show business elements. The content of the performances emphasize specifically on human rights, politics, gender issues, domestic violence and history of art.

Wed Nov 23rd, 19h
"The Beauty of Distortion"
Miss Baltazar's Laboratory - workshop by Christine Schörkhuber
In this workshop we will create visuals by causing distortions on screens. We explore possibilities to generate Live Visuals without using any software. We work with Interference signals, Videofeedback, selfbuilt - faders, open wires and everything that comes along the way to create beautiful weird and abstract video landscapes.No technical experience required.

Wed Nov 30th, 19h
"The Beauty of Distortion"
Miss Baltazar Open Lab curated by Christine Schörkhuber
In Open Lab sessions we experiment with the technology we played with in the previous week's workshop. In Christine Schörkhuber's Open Lab we will continue to generate visuals through distortion of screens.
Bio of Christine Schörkhuber:
Geboren 1982, an der Akademie der bildenden Künste bei Franz Graf und Dorit Margreiter (Video/Videoinstallation). Als freischaffende Künstlerin, Medienkomponistin und Filmemacherin tätig.?Im Vorstand der IG Kultur Österreich, redaktionelle Tätigkeit Radiosendung „Bewegungsmelder Kultur".

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