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The on-line publication of the collection of the Polish Performance Archive, created using the items from Filmoteka and Artists’ Archives of the MoMA in Warsaw was marked by a 1.5-month-long series of meetings with Polish performance artists and lectures titled “On the Tip of the Tongue: Performance and the War of Words”. The meetings accentuated the participation of female artists, who contributed strongly to the development of this genre.
- Warszawa, Warsaw, Poland
- Kapcsolódó gyűjtemény:
The seminar was organized by Natalia Hristova at the New Bulgarian University, Department "Art History and History of Culture" and attracted wide public interest. The lectures of art expert Krasimir Iliev in March and April 2016 were well-attended by students and researchers.
The staging of materials from Queer Archives Institute in Sao Paulo was part of the exhibition "Acervo Videobrasil em Contexto #2". Visual materials chosen by Karol Radziszewski to be exposed in Brazil aimed at showing the forgotten and unknown history of Central-Eastern European queer community. Too often region of Central and Eastern Europe was perceived as peripheral in modern queer history and theory. Radziszewski's activities had the purpose of showing ambiguity and struggle of LGBTQ communities in (post)-socialist states.
With the acquisition of the first part of the pre-mortem bequest of Gerhard Wolf in 2006, the Literature Archives of the Akademie der Künste opened a center dedicated to the history of literary subcultures in the GDR. Ten years later, Jan Faktor’s records have been added, but have not been accessioned yet.
“Enkel and other Folk - Upheaval in the 70” (the Enkel is a reference to the group “Karl’s Enkel” - Karl’s Grandsons) is so far the last of the countless exhibitions of the Association Song and Social Movements. Before that only few people addressed the emergence, expressions and general history of cultural opposition in the GDR. But this exhibition explicitly examines this topic. It traces songwriters, song theatres and folk groups that developed in the mid-1970s, “looked for new paths and tried out what you could and couldn’t do”. It portrays, among others, the groups 'Karl’s Enkel', 'Brigade Feuerstein' (with its songwriter Gerhard Gundermann) and the Dresden song theatre group 'Schicht'.