In(form) – a Live Archive

Archive opening - Monday, 21 May / 18:00-20:00

18:00-18:10 – Introduction by Edit Fándly

18:10-18:40 – Discussion with Anneli Bäckman and Tova Mozard about the CC7 Biennial – a degree project realized in 2007, as a collective expression by Stina Barkow, Katrin Behdjou Arshi, Alexander Benz, Anneli Bäckman, Nathaniel Howe, Sarah Kim and Bettina Schultz in collaboration with artist Tova Mozard.

The opening includes the screening of Tova Mozard’s video work, Jack of all Trades (2007) commissioned for the CC7 Biennial. The piece will be only displayed during the archive opening.

Archive closing - Friday, 25 May / 18:00 - 20:00

18:00 – 18:30 – Discussion with curators Elena Jarl and Iliane Kiefer about their curatorial final project, Rethinking Flânerie (2016, participating artists: Nisrine Boukhari, Santiago Mostyn and Johanna Steindorf).

19:00 – Launch of the zine Intimate from Time to Time - a project on intimacy, community and collaborative practice by Rosa and Alen from School in Common and friends.

The archive is open on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday (22, 24, 25 May) / 11:00-18:00 and Wednesday (23 May) / 11:00–15:00.

About the project

By placing archival materials of a few selected previous degree projects in the curator students’ lecture room and through an event series, In(form) – a Live Archive imagined as a platform, one possible method to be inspired by what has been done by our fellows in recent past. To make live, visible and accessible the unseen.

The main objective of this initiative is accumulated around the questions how and what can we learn from each other: from a peer curator, from artist(s), from our numerous approaches, a multitude of views, working procedures and aims.

With many thanks to the curators of the activated previous degree projects for their kind assistance: Stina Barkow, Katrin Behdjou Arshi, Alexander Benz, Anneli Bäckman, Nathaniel Howe, Sarah Kim and Bettina Schultz (CC7 Biennial, 2007) ▪ Heather Jones and Sally Müller (Let’s Pretend We Live Here, 2013) ▪ Olga Krzeszowiec Malmsten and Mirja Majevski (Coming Across - Researching / Notes on Intercultural Translation, 2014-2015) ▪ Rado Ištok and Yvonique Wellen (Rethinking Education and Decolonizing Knowledge, 2015-2016) ▪ Elena Jarl and Iliane Kiefer (Rethinking Flânerie, 2016).