Start Up Lectures 2019-20: Lessons in Defense: On the Culture of the Partisan Movement + Reflexive Alliance

Erstausstrahlung: Mo 04.11.2019, 11.06 Uhr MEZ
Wiederholung: Mi 20.11.2019, 21.00 Uhr MEZ
Eine Sendung in Zusammenarbeit mit: Lena Ditte Nissen, KURS (Miloš Miletić and Mirjana Radovanović)

Das Fellowship-Programm für Kunst und Theorie stellt im Jahr 2019-20 Arbeitsvorhaben in den Fokus, die sich mit bestimmten Identitätskonstruktionen beschäftigen, die für unsere Gegenwart von konstitutiver Bedeutung sind.  Am 11. Oktober im Rahmen der Start Up Lectures am  2019-20 stellen die neuen Fellows sich und ihre Arbeit vor und geben einen Ausblick auf das jeweilige Arbeitsvorhaben in den kommenden Monaten.

In der November-Sendung hören Sie die Präsentationen von Kurs (Miloš Miletić und Mirjana Radovanović) und Lena Ditte NISSEN.

 

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The Danish-German artist and filmmaker Lena Ditte NISSEN (1987*, Munich) studied film and media art at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne, Universidad Nacional de Colombia and Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Her films, performances and installations have been shown at international institutions and film festivals such as the Museo de Arte Moderno Rio de Janeiro, Bundeskunsthalle Bonn, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Museo del Banco de la República Bogotá, ACUD MACHT NEU in Berlin, the film museum in Frankfurt and Düsseldorf, KAI10 Athena Foundation, Rubenstein Art Center, CCA Center for Contemporary Art Tbilisi, the International Film Festivals in Edinburgh and Belo Horizonte, the CPH:DOX in Copenhagen, WNDX Festival of Moving Image, 25FPS Zagreb, Festival de nouveau cinéma Montréal and the Anthology Film Archive NYC amongst others. Lena has been in residence at SOMA Mexico, LIGHT CONE in Paris and lugar a dudas in Cali, Colombia.

In addition to her artistic career, Ditte Nissen has also curated various film and video programs since 2013 that have been shown at international venues including Cinemateca Nacional de Colombia and the FAR OFF fair for contemporary art in Cologne, Germany. In 2018 she held a studio scholarship at Bonner Kunstverein together with Alisa Berger, with whom she works in the artist-duo bergernissen.

lenadittenissen.com

Miloš MILETIĆ and Mirjana RADOVANOVIĆ jointly practice visual art and research as KURS. In their work they explore how artistic practice can contribute to — and become an integral part of — various social movements. They often use archival material as a starting point, in combination with revolutionary poetry and prose and the visual language of progressive movements from the past. Most often they produce murals, illustrations and various printed materials including newspapers, posters, graphics. They are guided by the idea that the content they produce should be didactic and accessible to the wider public.

Projects that KURS realized in recent years are, among others: the research Lessons in Defense conducted in 2016 and 2017 on cultural activity within the People’s Liberation Movement; the mural Solidarity—to the International Brigades in Belgrade, dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the establishment of the International Brigades; the mural Struggle, Knowledge, Equality in Belgrade, on the occasion of the Students‘ Day; the mural 20th October on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Belgrade; the mural Factory to the Workers at the Itas-Prvomajska factory in Ivanec, Croatia as part of the 13th Urban Festival; a residency in Chile at the AIR Casa Poli; the participation in the Persona Non Grata program in Ankara, organized by the AsiKeçi Collective; and the mural What Do We Know About Solidarity during the Qalandiya Biennial 2018 in Palestine.

www.udruzenjekurs.org