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WiSe 2023/24

Bauhaus.Modul: PERA - Einzelansicht

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Veranstaltungsart Seminar SWS 4
Veranstaltungsnummer 123224503 Max. Teilnehmer/-innen 8
Semester WiSe 2023/24 Zugeordnetes Modul
Erwartete Teilnehmer/-innen 8
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Mi. 10:30 bis 13:30 Einzel am 11.10.2023        
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Mi. 09:15 bis 12:30 wöch. 18.10.2023 bis 31.01.2024  Geschwister-Scholl-Str.8A - PC-Pool mit Empore 021       8
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Mahall, Monika Helen, Prof., Dr.-Ing. verantwortlich
Köm, Yelta , M.A. verantwortlich
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Beschreibung

The seminar on decolonial artistic and architectural research and practice takes place at the invitation of the Pera Museum in Istanbul and is linked to the field trip in the fall of 2023. The Pera Museum, with its archival collection, neoclassical architecture, and urban setting, provides a “contact zone” for us to engage in a decolonial, decentered history of aesthetic practices and transcultural exchange. Responding to this context, we will evolve a collective exhibition and spatial intervention at the renowned museum in 2024.

The making of Westernized modernity is still encoded in our aesthetic forms and practices, in architecture and art, as well as in all modes of representation, distribution, and institutionalization. Most importantly, it continues to shape our imagination. The Bauhaus –with its iterations in the U.S.– has played a dominant role in this fantasizing and claiming of a modernist distinction, as well as in the distribution of modernism to the “Orient”. With its collection's focus on "Orientalism," the Pera Museum allows us to explore interdisciplinary artifacts that have both shaped and undermined notions of modern Europe and its "Other," of center and periphery, of cultural domination and submission. We look at the role that a shift in perspective from modernist/colonial "distinction" to "encounter" might play in the concrete context of Pera, as proposed by Mary Luise Pratt through her concept of contact zones. With this concept, the influential theorist of linguistics and language rights describes spaces in “which peoples geographically and historically separated come into contact with each other and establish ongoing relations, usually involving conditions of coercion, radical inequality, and intractable conflict”. We can understand contact zones as those reciprocal spaces, where interactions take place and (asymmetrical) relationships form, where perceptions and practices are shaped by encounter and co-presence. 

 

engl. Beschreibung/ Kurzkommentar

The seminar on decolonial artistic and architectural research and practice takes place at the invitation of the Pera Museum in Istanbul and is linked to the field trip in the fall of 2023. The Pera Museum, with its archival collection, neoclassical architecture, and urban setting, provides a “contact zone” for us to engage in a decolonial, decentered history of aesthetic practices and transcultural exchange. Responding to this context, we will evolve a collective exhibition and spatial intervention at the renowned museum in 2024.

Literatur

Pratt, Mary Louise (1991). Arts of the Contact Zone.

Pratt, Mary Louise (2007). Imperial Eyes.

Clifford, James (1997). Routes : travel and translation in the late twentieth century.

Prakash, Vikramaditya; Casciato, Maristella; Coslett, Daniel E. (2022). Rethinking Global Modernism. Architectural Historiography and the Postcolonial

Sandoval, Chela (2000). Methodology of the Oppressed. 

Said, Edward W. (1978). Orientalism.

 

Bemerkung
∀ꓤEԀ is a collective initiated by the "Practices of Politics of Representation" at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. Its aim is to establish a platform for critical collaborative thought, research, and production. By drawing together institutions, schools, students, educators, artists, architects, researchers, and more, it seeks to explore topics beyond the confines of binary distinctions related to gender, language, or space. This initiative invites us to reframe and shift perspectives.
Voraussetzungen

Interested students are asked to send an email by October 10, 2023 with their name, matriculation number, field of study, and a brief statement as to why they are interested in this course and the associated field trip. Please email yelta.koem@uni-weimar.de

Leistungsnachweis

Contribution through site-specific observation and documentation, exhibition

Zielgruppe

Interdisciplinary students at the Bauhaus-Universität will be joined by students from the University of the Arts Bremen.

Die Veranstaltung steht im Rahmen der »Bauhaus.Module« allen Bachelor- und Masterstudierenden der Fakultäten Architektur und Urbanistik, Bauingenieurwesen, Kunst und Gestaltung sowie Medien offen. Bitte halten Sie vor der Anmeldung Rücksprache mit Ihrer Fachstudienberatung und klären Sie, ob diese Veranstaltung in ihrem Curriculum angerechnet werden kann. Bei Bedarf schließen Sie vor Veranstaltungsbeginn ein Learning Agreement ab.

 


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