2013년 9월 24일 화요일

9.24 홍보팀 진행상황

9.17 meeting 

   -'바로그찌라시'와 비슷한 형태의 홍보물 수집
   -홍보 리스트 정리, 추가

 *발전된 내용*

   -홍보물 수집완료 및 인디잡지 리스트 확보
   -기존의 홍보리스트에 추가
   -participant 와 그외 supporter 목록 작성

9.24 meeting

  *10.2-10.7 구민자 전시-Takeout drawing
    
     -sns가 아닌 직접적 홍보 위주
     -홍보포스터 원본, 인쇄물을 디자인팀, 구민자 작가에게 받아 
      대안공간이나 갤러리까페, 미술공간, 인디서점에 배포
      (10.2에 키아프에서 아트인컬쳐와 연계홍보도 가능성 있음)

   

 *10.5 5시구민자 전시 중 이영준 강연-Takeout drawing
  
     -구체적 내용 구민자 작가에게 전달 받은 후 홍보
     -(구민자 전시 찌라시에 포함되어 있을 예정)


 *10.4 기자간담회
    
    -자료 교수님으로부터 전달받아야 함    
    -주류 언론사의 기자초정, 언론노출이 많게 홍보


  *그 외 이번주에 발전되야 할 일
   
   -스폰서를 구할 것
   -대학신문과 일간지, 월간지 중심으로 전시일자와 대조 후 보도자료 넘길 것    
   -영화잡지 리스트 구할 것
   -더글라시즘 페스티발 sns 홍보 
    

팀원_ 정지원, 박다혜
작성자_정지원

  
    


2013년 9월 23일 월요일

Dominika Kustosz, BY ACCIDENT, Douglas Park - Jean-Philippe Convert


1112001 Dominika Kustosz


By Accident, Jean-Philippe Convert


             The project “By Accident” is mainly concerned with the factor of “fate striking work at any stage of production, exposure or whenever, only for drastically affected outcome to be kept by the authors, deliberately addressed and appearing as part of their output – as well as actually generating other work”.[1] Douglas Park has done research on the topic of marginalized elements of contemporary art history through the prism of “accident”. According to him, it is impossible for the process of creation not to be influenced by a magnitude of factors, starting from historical events, weather, accidents and failures during the process of creation, lack of materials, finishing with the emotional situation of the artist, whether he is, for example, in conflict with someone. The text written by Douglas Park was later passed on to other artists by Komplot, which conceived the project for Le Commissariat. The artists then responded by creating work inspired by the readings, completing them.

             One of the artists taking part in the project was Jean-Philippe Convert, a Belgian poet and filmmaker, concentrated on the making of video films and performances after his own texts. In his work he mainly tries to explore the possibilities of oral and musical expression, in relationship to text and image. In his “object-films”, as he defines his work, the visual and the auditive converge. For “By Accident” he re-wrote the unorthodox stories created by Douglas Park, in order to smooth their passage from London to Paris. He also took part in the performance.

             Jean-Philippe Convert has worked with Douglas Park also on a different project. Also in 2009, they met during the production of the film “Marcel”, also done in cooperation with Komplot. Jean-Philippe Convert wrote the script and the screenplay for Marcel, in which Douglas Park was an actor. They were scheduled to travel from London to Belgium, Brussels, together (for the filming). Apparently, somewhere between that time and the arrival, apparently they had a stimulating conversation about William Blake, the English poet, painter and printmaker. The conversation made a big impression on Douglas Park, he described it with these words: “Another revelation was discussing William Blake with Jean-Philippe Convert –the 1st time I’ve ever heard somebody from mainland Europe even mention William Blake’s name.”[2]

[3] Jean-Philippe Convert and Douglas Park performing after a text by Douglas Park

Douglas Park’s account of the process of filming of “Marcel” seems to be connected to the idea of “By Accident”, as he recounts everything that happened during the time it was shot, or anything that was connected to it, conflicting schedules, traffic accidents, regrets about which scenes got to be filmed and which not, surprisingly pleasant moments, people he got to meet, and so on. Looking at the dates provided on the website it is unclear to me which project happened earlier, but it seems clear that the idea of “By Accident” was alive during the time Jean-Philippe Convert and Douglas Park were working together on “Marcel”.






[1] Douglas Park, By accident, Foreword, 2009. 4


[2] http://douglasism.blogspot.kr/search?q=convert

이정민// by accident-matthew burbridge& douglas park


MATTHEW BURBIDGE


burbidge is a berlin-based british artist whose oeuvre includes painting, drawing, sculpture, collage and installations assembled with found and ordinary objects combined to produce extensive and intricate spaces, some of which seem to defy the logic of gravity. art-historical references abound in burbidge’s work – from artists as diverse as marcel broodthaers to jean tinguely to albrecht duerer – and he beautifully juxtaposes these elements to create fresh, contemporary works, honoring his forebears, while asserting his right to stand among them as their equal.

 
http://www.jgb-berlin.com/artist.html
http://www.jgb-berlin.com/cv.htm
 
 
 
artforum
LE COMMISSARIAT
113 Boulevard Richard Lenoir
March 14–April 4
http://artforum.com/uploads/upload.000/id22334/picksimg_splash.jpg
View of “By Accident,” 2009.
For this exhibition, Le Commissariat, a Parisian curatorial group, invited Komplot, a Belgian curatorial group, to produce a show; Komplot invited London-based writer Douglas Park, who compiled an archive of relatively recent art-historical accidents, complications, and mistakes. The show’s theoretical key is a quote from Burroughs and Gysin’s now very fashionable The Third Mind (1978): “We cannot produce accidents to order.” In the exhibition’s press materials, Park cites Mel Bochner’s 1966 exhibition at the School of Visual Arts, “Working Drawings and Other Visible Things on Paper Not Necessarily Meant to Be Viewed as Art,” as a specific, even archetypal example of such an accident.
That exhibition had originally been designed in a conventional fashion (prints framed and hung on the walls), but it was only because the school found it too expensive that Bochner was “forced” to adopt his famous exhibition strategy, in which sketches, invoices, calculations, and sundry ephemera and preparatory materials by many contributors were collated in four-ring binders, placed on pedestals, and made available for perusal. Park adopts a related casual approach. The core of the exhibition is the archive, which is compiled in a fifty-page booklet, with each entry discussed by Park in English and French, accompanied by David Evrard’s (seemingly unrelated) visuals. Copies are available, and there are chairs for sitting and perusing. On one wall, there is an orderly, legible slide show of many of the archived images and events, and on the other, there is a video by Matthew Burbidge of their drunken discussion—about the archive—with Park in a bar. The footage is grainy and dark, so that mostly what one sees are the French subtitles (which are not always accurate). There is a blustering and slightly helpless quality in Park’s voice and in the exhibition, but this lends the show a grimy authenticity and is indicative of something legitimately underground.
 
 
 
 

 

Sonia Dermience

Sonia Dermience + 연관된 작가  

이의진, 도미니카




Sonia Dermience (b. 1971)


Events & E
Visual Arts / Curator | Belgium 

After studying art history, Sonia Dermience worked in assistant curatorial roles and in 2002 founded Komplot, a non-profit curatorial collective concerned with nomadic creative practices and trends of specialisation. The projects of Komplot such as Midi Zuid (on gentrification and speculation), Vollevox (on the voice in contemporary art) or Architecture of Survival (on ephemeral architecture) explored new terrain in relation to objects, spaces, artists and the public. Under the name of Catherine Vertige, she conducted extensive research into post '68 collaborative art practices in Belgium; organising seminars and making two documentary films in collaboration with Kosten Koper.

인터뷰 영상
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCriCiwyFwk






Komplot
A curatorial collective from Belgium, Brussels. They are concerned with nomadic creative practices and trends of specialization. The main goal of their projects is to explore new terrain in relation to objects, spaces, artists and the public. Komplot has worked with Douglas Park on a number of projects, including By Accident and Marcel. Sonia Dermience is their prime-mover driving force. Komplot has conducted extensive research into post 68’ collaborative art practices in Belgium; it organizes seminars, produces exhibitions, films, books, and an annual magazine titled Year.




Michelle Naismith


An experienced, professional video artist from Scotland. She lives and works between her country and Belgium. Through video she creatively collates and disseminates information gathered from people she meets in a way that is both thought provoking and visually stimulating. She has done various projects with both Douglas Park and Komplot, including the magazine Year and the films Ancestral Unemployment and Au Revoir Moodle Pozart.



Nico Dockx
Lives and works in Antwerp, Belgium. He is an artist, writer, curator, publisher, and researcher working out of a fundamental and ever curious preoccupation with living archives. His works – interventions, publications, texts, sounds, lectures, images, performances and conversations, are usually the result of close interactions with colleagues. They investigate the relationship between perception and remembrance, allowing multiple interpretations and translations to emerge. Nico Dockx has exhibited in numerous international and national shows, he has done many collaborations with Douglas Park, including the shows Museum of Display, Grand Complex Split Block, Bruegel Revisited.




David Garchey


Artistic director. He worked with Douglas Park on many occasions, including By Accident, where he acted as an iconographer by illustrating Douglas’s text. He also took part in the show 100 Dessins contre la guerre du Vietnam, Disquiet Tectonica, and the publication Year and Year 2011.


David Evrard


Belgian artist and writer. Born in 1970, lives and works in Brussels. His first collaborative work was in 1989, since then he keeps the taste of group production and experience. His works are a permanent flux of collages, images, sculptures, books, etc. working in layers and accumulation. He uses a large specter of techniques, without any preference of material, multiplied in lots of mediums, like magazines or public space projects. He is the co-editor of the Year magazine. He also collaborated with Douglas Park on during the project By Accident, the film Ancestral Unemployment.


Kris Delacourt
Lives and works in Antwerp, Belgium. Often produces sonic collaborations with the media collective Building Transmissions, which he co-founded in 2001 with Nico Dockx and Peter Verwimpt. They produce experimental audio-visual documents, ‘post-Cagean’ sonic architechtures, improvisational live performances and a wide spectrum of mixed-media installations. Known for relentless collaboration, he took part in many projects, including The Teufelsgroup, Utopia Station, Meteorlabyrinthesis (pt.1).


Jan Mast
Artist from Belgium. Often collaborates with Nico Dockx and Kris Delacourt. Calls himself a man of the renaissance, and has a vast spectrum of interests. He collaborated on many projects, including the show Disquiet Tectonica, The Teufelsgroup, The rest of Now, the event Linear Art Affair, and the film L'éclipse de l'âme.


Peter Verwimp
Lives and works in Antwerp, Belgium. Co-founder of the collective Building Transmissions. His artwork and research focuses on fundamental issues regarding sculpture. Sculpture as construction and aesthetics are considered and related to issues as communication and ethics. His sculptural practice starts in the contingency of everyday life, for example accidental construction of trash and waste in the city. He collaborated on such projects as Bruegel Revisited, Nursery World, Meteorlabyrithesis (pt.1).



Jean-Philippe Convert

Belgian artist and poet. In is artwork he concentrates on making video films and performances after his own texts. He writes scripts and screenplays. In his work he mainly tries to explore the possibilities of oral and musical expression, in relationship to text and image. He defines his work as “objet-films”, in which the visual and the auditive converge. He collaborated on such projects as By Accident and the film Marcel.



Kurt Ryslav
Born in Graz, Austria, active in Belgium. Artist and writer, his means are provocation and sarcasm in combination with intriguing sensuality. In 2000, a show in Ghent was dedicated – in cooperation with famous art-collectors – to the phenomena of « artists working for a living in Belgium » in a slightly provocative and humiliating manner. He worked on projects such as Honorous Honore and The-London-Galleries-Therapy.


Damien Airault



Damien Airault, born 20 April 1977 in Niort , is an art critic and curator French .
Biography [ edit | edit the code ]
He holds a Master of Fine Arts in Bordeaux and a diploma at the School Store at Grenoble in 2002 .
Since 2002, he organized a thirty exhibitions and artistic events, especially in the context of the association's Office, he led from 2008 to 2011, mainly with young artists.
He regularly collaborates with magazines particles , , petunia and oscillations .
He was secretary of the Association of Statutory associated exposure and an active member of the French section of the International Association of Art Critics .
"It interests include experimental forms of curating, the devices co-production and communication, questioning the works and practices through the gesture of the Commissioner and the viewer's experience" .
"Very active on the Parisian scene, he thinks of art as a game on the status and identities, where the economy and daily life mingle with new forms of radical . "


[1] Michelle Naismith and Douglas Park, Still photo by Oliver Martin, 'Au Revoir Moodle Pozart', 2003, ©, Copyright, Michelle Naismith http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_lZWYTzXusRs/TNtSlQaAIDI/AAAAAAAADX4/1DpA3AnNocM/s1600/37960_104066939660977_100001730141045_28578_7950995_n.jpg)

[진행팀] Nico Dockx + Douglas park

Nico Dockx와 Douglas Park의 관계
-진행팀 : 배보미 이정민 이혜림 김재은 이의진 전현선 표민선  




1. Nico Dockx와 Douglas Park

Nico Dockx 작가나 음악가나 큐레이터로서만이 아니라 일상의 기록을 배우고 발전시켜 모으는 
메모리 수집가이기도 하다.  또한 그는 발견 텍스트, 이미지, 건축술 구조에 자신이 생각하고 있는 
응답을 구상하여 작동하게 만든다. 그가 연습하는 미적 연구를 위해 다른 사람과 작업을 하는데
그와 작업하는 사람 또한 수가 많다. 예시로 다른 예술가나 음악가, 심지어 과학자와 함께 연구를 하는 
경우가 많다. 그의 작업은 구조 프로세스 아카이브에 근본적인 관심에 의해 고무되기도 하는데
다양한 작업방식을 통해 기억의 상호 관계를 검토하고 개인 해석을 위해 많은 공간을 만든다
이처럼 일련의 창조적 활동들을 설명하기 위해 개별적으로 사용되기도 하고 종합적으로 사용되기도 한다

Douglas Park 경우 주로 텍스트를 읽는 퍼포먼스를 하는 경우가 많다. 퍼포먼스를 하면서 
그는 배우적 감각 이미지를 선보이기도 하며 독특한 분위기를 연출하기도 한다. 그는 극단적으로 
비상업적인 작품, 극단적인 수준으로 선보이는 경우가 많다. 그것은 바로 특이한 존재성, 물리적으로 
존재하지 않는 작품을 엿보이기도 한다.

Nico Dockx 2008년  Helena Sidiropoulos Douglas park 함께 <Studio 3 title> 공동작업을 했다
그것은 제도적 구조와 정체성을 조사하는 것을 목표로 2003년에 시작된 시리즈의 일부이기도 하다
시리즈는 이미지와 텍스트 문서를 대중에게 보여 블로냐 전시회와 슬라이드의 시리즈를 통하여 과거
현재 미래를 아이디어에 반영하였다. 보여준 작품은 새롭게 열린 예술 박물관의 취임 건물에서 
흔적을 남긴 작품과 공연을 포함하여 섬뜩한 그룹 전시회 선보인다. 또한 이들은 작업의 해석의 
여지를 관객에게 주기도 한다.



1-1)Nico Dockx 이력 소개

Born: 

1974 Born in Belgium

Education:

19921993
Antwerpen, R.U.C.A. university of sciences, dept. of chemistry

19931997
Antwerpen, KdG university/ campus St.-Lucas, academy of fine arts, experimental atelier (Bachelor degree)

19971998
Antwerpen, KdG university/ campus St.-Lucas, academy of fine arts, experimental atelier
SMFA (School of the Museum of Fine Arts) Boston/ Tufts University Boston, MA (M)aster degree

19982001
Antwerpen, HISK (Higher Institute for Fine Arts) (post-graduate degree)

20012002:
Nantes, ERBAN (Ecole Régionale des Beaux Arts de Nantes), post-graduate degree) (in collaboration with Dr. Clémentine Deliss & Dr. Robert Fleck)

Group shows:

2010
Sharp/ Clear/ Deep - Para/Site Art Space, Hong Kong, SAR
the only one / lunico - Studio Tommaseo - Istituto per la documentazione e diffusione delle Arti, 
Trieste
erasing 2209 (unfinished), 24.05.2010 - Gallery VER, Bangkok
The Object Lag - Nieuwe Vide, Haarlem2009
GAGARIN The Artists in their Own Words - SMAK Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gent
de Doorgeefshow - NICC - New International Cultural Centre, Antwerp

2008
Nico Dockx & Kris Delacourt - Base / Progetti per larte, Florence
Ars Viva 07/08. Sound - Contemporary Art Center Vilnius (CAC), Vilnius
Teleport Färgfabriken - Färgfabriken Norr, Östersund
ars viva 07/08 Sound - Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover
BLACKOUT - Nosadella.due, Bologna
Societe Anonyme - Kadist Art Foundation, Paris
Nico Dockx & Douglas Park - Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin
Nico Dockx & Helena Sidiropoulos - Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin

2007
ars viva 07/08 Sound - Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen
Small Stuff Three (Meeting Bernd Lohaus) - Herman Teirlinckhuis , Beersel
Open Studios - Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin
tipos moviles - Objectif exhibitions, Antwerp
Société anonyme - FRAC - Ile-de-France Le Plateau, Paris

2006
Wrong Expectations - HISK - Higher Institute for Fine Arts , Gent
ACADEMY. Learning from Art - MuHKA Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, Antwerp
Building Transmissions - Galleria d´Arte Moderna di Bologna - GAM, Bologna
daybyday & another day - Centre international d´art et du paysage de l´île de Vassivière, Ile de Vassivière

2005
Un art de lecteurs - Galerie Art & Essai, Rennes
Kris Delacourt ,Nico Dockx & Jan Mast - Center for Contemporary Art, CCA Kitakyushu, Kitakyushu
2004
Neon > projectbox extended - Neon>Campobase, Bologna

2003
L'arte mia. Neon 1981 - 2003 - Neon>Campobase, Bologna
Interventions - MuHKA Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, Antwerp
Day by day by day - Neon>Campobase, Bologna
50th International Art Exhibition Venice Biennale / Biennale di Venezia - La Biennale di Venezia, Venice
First Chiangmai New Media Art Festival - ICECA, Initiative for Cultural Exchange and Computer Arts, 
Chiang Mai

2001
 Somewhereovertherainbow - Neon>Campobase, Bologna

residenties:

1999
2-months residency, Bennington college of music & sciences, Bennington - Vermont, dept. experimental 
music and media arts technology, (invitation through sound artist Ethan Newton).

2000
2-months residency, Banff centre for the arts, Banff Alberta, dept. experimental curatorial research, (invitation through curator/art-critic Jon Tupper).

2003-4
18-months residency, ESAP (Ecole Supérieure des Arts de Perpignan), Perpignan, dept. experimental atelier, guest professor, (invitation through art-critic Catherine Chevalier).

2004
2-months residency, Platform Garanti center for contemporary art, Istanbul, 
(invitation through curator/art-critic Vasif Kortun).

2005
1-month residency, CCA center for contemporary art, Kitakyushu, guest professor at CCA post-graduate program, (invitation through curator Akiko Miyake & CCA).

2005
12-months residency, DAAD/ Berliner Kuenstlerprogramm, Berlin, (invitation through curator Corinne
Diserens & Friedrich Meschede/ DAAD).

2005
1-month residency, Alliance Française & Art Connection, Bangkok, (invitation through curator/ writer 
Kiao Pracamkrong Pongbaiboon).

2006
3-months residency, Manifesta 6 School, Nicosia (invitation through Anton Vidokle)

2006
1-month residency, The Land (art foundation), Chiangmai, (invitation through Rirkrit Tiravanija & 
Carl-Michael von Hausswolff)

2007-2008
12-months residency, Kuenstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (invitation through Christoph Tannert)







2. Nico Dockx & Douglas park 작품 이미지






Nico Dockx & Helena Sidiropoulos:Untitled (Studio 240)  17th January 2008


















Nico Dockx & Helena Sidiropoulos – Untitled (Studio 240), 2008






3. Douglas Park의 작품



Douglas Park & Seoyoung Chung at Kim Kim Gallery

at Gallery Shilla 
Daegu, S-Korea
nov.2009























Douglas Park at "GAGARIN The Artists in their Own Words"
SMAK Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst
Citadelpark
9000 Gent
Belgium



















참고 사이트

http://douglasism.blogspot.kr/