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BIG ART

DIE ARCHIVIERUNG DER GEGENWART
Über den Umgang mit Kunst im öffentlichen Raum

Freitag, 5. November 2021, 10:00-19:00 Uhr
Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien, Expositur Vordere Zollamtsstraße 7, 1030 Wien

Eine Konferenz der BIG
in Kooperation mit der Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien

BIG ART realisiert Kunstprojekte und trägt die Verantwortung für den Kunstbestand in den Gebäuden der österreichischen Bundesimmobiliengesellschaft (BIG). Der wachsende Bestand an Kunstwerken und künstlerischen Interventionen, notwendige Sanierungen und Erweiterungen der Gebäude wie auch eine Verknappung von Raum generell lassen die Frage immer virulenter werden, wie diese Artefakte erhalten und archiviert werden sollen. Die BIG versteht diese Problematik als eine der kulturellen und gesellschaftspolitischen Herausforderungen der Gegenwart und diskutiert gemeinsam mit Expert:innen aus unterschiedlichen Fachbereichen, welche strukturellen Bedingungen notwendig sind, um den Handlungsspielraum für das Bewahren einerseits und das Schaffen von Neuem andererseits zu sichern.

Referent:innen
Jakob Helmut Deibl, Assistenzprofessor für Religion und Ästhetik (Universität Wien)
Uta Hassler, Architektin und em. Professorin für Architektur (ETH Zürich)
Cathrine Mellander Backman, leitende Beraterin im Fachbereich Cultural Environment des Swedish National Heritage Board
Linus Neumann, Hacker, Sprecher des Chaos Computer Club
Henrik Orrje, Leiter der Abteilung für Betreuung, Sammlung und Administration, Public Art Agency Sweden
Katrina Petter, Leiterin Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Niederösterreich
Hans Ulrich Reck, Philosoph und Kunstwissenschaftler, em. Professor für Kunstgeschichte im medialen Kontext und bis 2020 Rektor (Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln)

Moderation
Claudia Büttner, Kunsthistorikerin und freie Kuratorin, München

Das detaillierte Programm finden Sie hier.

Projektpräsentation und Ausstellung
Projekte von Studierenden, die im Rahmen der Lehrveranstaltungen „Sammlungen und Archive – vom Umgang mit den Dingen“ (Lehrende: Georgia Holz) und „Urban Explorations“ (Lehrende: Jeanette Pacher) der Abteilung Ortsbezogene Kunst (Leiter: Paul Petritsch) begleitet wurden.
Mit Beiträgen von: Rosa Andraschek, Christian Christiansen, Gregory Desneux, Oskar Enetjärn, Lara Erel, Kim Gubbini, Natalia Gurova, Konstanze Horak, Bart Houwers, Yu Isogawa, Elizaveta Kapustina, Emma Kaufmann-LaDuc, Ana Mumladze, Miki Okamura, Michael Plessl, Felix Schwentner, Julian Siffert, Sissi Petutschnig, Ilena Sophia Trump, Mariya Tsaneva, Anna-Sophia Unterstab, Tsai-Ju Wu

Konferenzsprache
Deutsch I Englisch (Simultanübersetzung)

Hybridveranstaltung
Alle Vorträge und Diskussionen sind vor Ort als auch via Live-Streaming unter www.big-art.at/konferenz zugänglich.

Anmeldung
Wir bitten um verbindliche Anmeldung unter www.big-art.at/konferenz oder per Email an bigart@sectiona.at (bis 22.10.2021).

Coid-19 Hinweise
Bei dieser Veranstaltung gilt die “3-G-Regel”, Getestet – Genesen – Geimpft nach den aktuell gültigen Corona-Regeln der Stadt Wien.
Wir bitten Sie daher einen gültigen Covid-19 Test (PCR 48h, Antigen 12h gültig, keine Selbsttests!), eine ärztlichen Bestätigung über eine in den vergangenen sechs Monaten erfolgte und bereits abgelaufene Infektion oder einen Impfnachweis (gültig ab vollständiger Immunisierung) mitzunehmen.

Mit ihrer Teilnahme erteilen Sie der BIG die Erlaubnis zur Verwendung (insbesondere Speicherung und Veröffentlichung) von Bild- und Videoaufnahmen, die im Rahmen der Veranstaltung entstanden sind.

www.big-art.at
www.dieangewandte.at

Ansprechpartner:
section.a
Andreas Krištof, Viktoria Pontoni
bigart@sectiona.at
+43 1 713 2432 28

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ARCHIVING THE PRESENT
Caring for Public Art in the Future

Friday, 5 November 2021, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
University of Applied Arts Vienna, Expositur Vordere Zollamtsstrasse 7, 1030 Vienna

A Conference by the BIG
in cooperation with the University of Applied Arts Vienna

BIG ART organises and implements art projects and is responsible for the body of artworks in the buildings managed by the Austrian Bundesimmobiliengesellschaft (BIG). In view of a growing body of artworks and artistic interventions, the necessity of renovating and extending buildings, and the general shortage of space, the question of how to preserve and archive these artefacts is becoming increasingly urgent. BIG understands this problem as one of the cultural and sociopolitical challenges facing us today and joins experts from a range of disciplines to discuss the structural conditions that need to be created in order to ensure the necessary scope for both preserving the old and enabling the new.

Speakers
Jakob Helmut Deibl, Assistant Professor for Religion and Aesthetics (University of Vienna)
Uta Hassler, Architect and professor emeritus at the Department of Architecture (ETH Zurich)
Cathrine Mellander Backman, Senior Adviser at the Department for Cultural Environment at the Swedish National Heritage Board
Linus Neumann, Hacker, Spokesman of the Chaos Computer Club
Henrik Orrje, Head of Department for Supervision, Collection and Administration, Public Art Agency Sweden
Katrina Petter, Head of Public Art Lower Austria
Hans Ulrich Reck, Philosopher and Art Historian, Professor emeritus of Art History in the Context of Media and until 2020 Rector (Academy of Media Arts Cologne)

Moderated by
Claudia Büttner, art historian and freelance curator, Munich

The detailed programme can be found here.

Presentation and exhibition

Projects developed by students within the framework of the courses “Sammlungen und Archive – vom Umgang mit den Dingen” (lecturer: Georgia Holz) and “Urban Explorations” (lecturer: Jeanette Pacher) at the Department of Site-Specific Art (head: Paul Petritsch).
With contributions by: Rosa Andraschek, Christian Christiansen, Gregory Desneux, Oskar Enetjärn, Lara Erel, Kim Gubbini, Natalia Gurova, Konstanze Horak, Bart Houwers, Yu Isogawa, Elizaveta Kapustina, Emma Kaufmann-LaDuc, Ana Mumladze, Miki Okamura, Michael Plessl, Felix Schwentner, Julian Siffert, Sissi Petutschnig, Ilena Sophia Trump, Mariya Tsaneva, Anna-Sophia Unterstab, Tsai-Ju Wu

Conference language
German I English (simultaneous interpretation)

Hybrid Event
All lectures and discussions are accessible at the venue as well as online via live streaming at www.big-art-at/conference.

Registration
We kindly request that you register in advance at www.big-art.at/conference or via email at bigart@sectiona.at (by 22.10.2021).

Covid-19 Instructions
At this event the “3-G-Rule” applies, meaning Tested – Recovered – Vaccinated according to the current Corona Rules of the City of Vienna.
We would therefore ask you to bring a valid Covid-19 test (PCR 48h, antigen 12h valid, no self-tests!), medical confirmation of a past infection that occurred during the last six months and which has already expired, or a vaccination certificate (valid from complete immunisation).
By participating you grant BIG permission to use (particularly to store and publish) images and video recordings created at the event.

www.big-art.at
www.dieangewandte.at

Contact:
section.a
Andreas Krištof, Viktoria Pontoni
bigart@sectiona.at
+43 1 713 2432 28

Houses of the Month 2.0.

European Historic Houses startete letztes Jahr ihr virtuelles Projekt „Houses of the Month“.

Aufgrund des Erfolges veranstaltet EHH nun eine Neuauflage: „Houses of the Month 2.0.“ Die Präsentation wird zwischen September und Dezember 2021 erfolgen.

Besitzer von historischen Gebäuden sind herzlich eingeladen, daran teilzunehmen.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier.  Details zur Teilnahme sind hier.

EC Workshop on complementary Funding for CULTURAL HERITAGE: 25-26.01.2021

Wir möchten Sie auf nachstehende Information von Europa Nostra betreffend das „EC Workshop on Complementary Funding for Cultural Heritage“ aufmerksam machen.

 

The European Commission is organising a workshop on complementary funding for cultural heritage on 25 and 26 January under the Portuguese Presidency of the EU.

In the frame of the Council’s Work Plan for Culture 2019-2022, this initiative seeks to compile new/complementary sources of funding for cultural heritage and transferable best practices in order to promote its economic sustainability.

Also on behalf of the European Commission, we wish to thank all of you who have contributed to our consultation last year. As you can see in the workshop programme, some of our close partners and members will be presenting their inspiring work during the workshop.

If you are interested to follow the discussions, the workshop will be streamed at these links:

25/01/2021: https://webcast.ec.europa.eu/workshop-on-complementary-sources-of-funding-for-cultural-heritage-day1
Password: Bp78Ty56nB

26/01/2021:  https://webcast.ec.europa.eu/workshop-on-complementary-sources-of-funding-for-cultural-heritage-day2
Password: Bp78Ty56nB

We shall keep you duly informed about the outcomes of this workshop and any possible follow-up actions.

In the meantime, we remain at your disposal for any further information.

Kind regards,

Ms. Manon Richard

Projects Officer

EUROPA NOSTRA | mr@europanostra.org T: +32 (0) 2486 25 26 | M: +33 (0) 7 85 58 75 27 europanostra.org | twitter.com/europanostra | facebook.com/europanostra

EHH – Update

 

EHH – Update

A QUICK UPDATE

Webinar on Successful EU Funded Projects… and many more to come!

By clicking the button below, you have the possibility to access the folder on GoogleDrive dedicated to the Webinar on Successful EU Funded Projects organised by EHH on the 18th of November. There you will find the recording of the webinar and some attached materials: these are contents of great value and interest for our sector and for this reason we deem it extremely important to share them with you all.

Webinar on Successful EU Funded Projects – Google Drive

We hope to see you all in Brussels soon for our Seminar on the EU and Access to Funds that was scheduled for this autumn but which we had to postpone (hopefully) to next spring. In the meanwhile, EHH intends to continue offering its members support in addressing and learning about all the various issues that owners of historic houses typically face. This is why, also considering the success of our last webinar, we are already planning on organising another webinar in March: stay tuned for more details!

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Houses of the Month 2021 – CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS!
Are you a private owner member of one of EHH Member Associations and you would like to seize a good opportunity to present your house to the public? Email us and take part in our virtual project, HOUSES OF THE MONTH!


Email us

Given the excellent feedback received in the past four months, we decided to continue our ongoing virtual project, Houses of the Month, from January 2021 onwards, keeping on offering our public virtual guided tours of the private houses of our members. Video after video, our idea is to make our YouTube page a real online museum, where one has the possibility to travel from one corner of Europe to another with just one click.
To have a look at how Houses of the Month has been so far and maybe take some inspiration to realise YOUR video, check the dedicated playlist on our YouTube page by clicking the button below: 

Houses of the Month – YouTube

Schloss Tratzberg: Führung jetzt Digital

Schloss Tratzberg hat heuer durch Corona Beschränkungen ca 500.000.- € Umsatz verloren und daher beschlossen, durch cultour.digital  die Führung von Tratzberg online zu stellen. Dies wurde in kürzester Zeit von ca.2 Monaten umgesetzt und das Ergebnis können sie seit gestern auf der Seite von cultour.digital bewundern.

Sie können sich dort mit Benutzer: intern@intern.at

Und Passwort: intern

einloggen und es anschauen.

Für diejenigen die etwas Umsatz machen wollen. Die Produktion kostet etwa 8.900.-€

NextGen Membership launch

NextGen

The EHH Team, together with NextGen Coordinator William Cartwright-Hignett, is glad to announce the new NextGen membership has just been launched. It is now possible for young owners from all over Europe to join the European NextGen group directly. For the first year, the subscription to the group is free. This membership format represents a unique opportunity for young owners to be involved in a European-wide framework, above all for those who come from countries where there are no sections specifically dedicated to the younger generation within the respective National Associations.

NextGen is a work in progress: soon you will be able to visit the new website, which the EHH Team has been working on for a while now. William Cartwright-Hignett is obviously the heart and the soul of the project and, together with the other components of the recently established NextGen Board, he is planning a series of very interesting events and initiatives to be carried out in 2021.

Click the buttons below to contact the NextGen Coordinator directly or to fill in the new membership application form.

Email us for more info!

NextGen Group Membership Application Form

IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO ALL EUROPA NOSTRA MEMBERS

From: Sneška Quaedvlieg – Mihailovic <sqm@europanostra.org>

Subject: IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO ALL EUROPA NOSTRA MEMBERS: COVID-19

Pandemic and its impact on the heritage world

Dear Members of the Europa Nostra Family, 

We very much hope that you are all safe and healthy wherever you have got the opportunity to live and work in self-isolation due to the public health emergency related to the COVID-19.

At a time of on-going crisis and prevailing uncertainty, we now, more than ever, feel the need to be close to each other while staying physically apart. For this reason, I am pleased to share with you here enclosed a letter on behalf of our Executive President Hermann Parzginer and myself in my capacity as Secretary General of Europa Nostra. Through this letter, we would like to convey a message of hope, strength and solidarity to all of you in these trying times.

Likewise, through the 2 Annexes that accompany the letter, we would like to:

  • Kindly ask for your input to help us design and implement an adequate Europa Nostra Joint Advocacy Actionwith regard to the impacts of the COVID-19 on the heritage world. The longer-term objective of this consultation is to use this information as a basis for our joint advocacy efforts towards the European Union, its Member States and other relevant international, European and national bodies. (ANNEX 1)
  • Second, we would like to share with you some initial observations and update you on the work that Europa Nostra has been carrying in this front during the past two weeks. (ANNEX 2)

We very much look forward to hearing from you and we thank you in advance for your most valuable inputs. For more information on this vital consultation, please contact our colleague Lorena Aldana (lao@europanostra.org), European Policy Coordinator at our Brussels Office.

With all our solidarity and friendship on behalf of the Europa Nostra team,

Sneška Quaedvlieg – Mihailović
Secretary General
EUROPA NOSTRA | sqm@europanostra.org | +31 (0)70 302 40 57 |

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