evento 09 _l´intime collectif

project:EVENTO 2009 – Public art biennial of the city of Bordeaux

Intime collective: rencontres performatifs / Intimate collective: public gathering 

Year: 2009

Format: curatorial research, event space, cultural program, performative gathering

Contributing curators: Cláudia Martinho, Inês Moreira, Marcin Szcelina

Chief curator: Didier Fiuza Faustino

Commissioner: Mairie de Bordeaux

Venue: Performative gathering at Chapiteau and exhibitions and public installations in several locations in the city

Calendar: October 2009

Curatorial Project:

Evento 2009 is an event happening throughout the urban public space of the city of Bordeaux presenting artistic, theoretical and performative interventions articulated by the notion of Intime Collectif, the hub concept proposed by the chief curator, Didier Faustino. Exploring different dimensions of intimacy and collectiveness in public space, every programmed and commissioned art piece, architectural space, ephemeral event and sound experience is addressing situations where Intime Collectif exists.

Event:

How do intimacy and collectiveness co-inhabit in the everyday? Under what forms it does expresses it? Contributing a bit further to the disentanglement and recomposition of the relationships inscribed in the expression of Intime Collectif, a one-day event will take place on October 10, 2009. Named “Intimate and Collective: public debate” it is envisioned as a dialogic afternoon that seeks publicly to expand and unfold the core concept of evento 2009, provoking multi-perceptions of the notions implicated.

artists:

Dennis Adams, Lara Almarcegui, Democracia, Johannes Gees, MAP Office, muf architecture/art, Laurent Tixador

theorists, critics and curators:

Maurizio Bortolotti  _curator, Peter Cook _architect, Joseph Grima _architect , and researcher, Sam Jacob / fat _architect, Doreen Mende _curator, Paolo Plotegher _curator and theorist, Anne Querrien _urban sociologist, Mårten Spångberg _artist, Juri Steiner _curator, Pelin Tan _sociologist and art historian, Henry Urbach _curator, Felix Vogel _curator

Book/publication:

a) evento 2009 – intime collectif, Monografik Editions, Paris 2010 (eng, fr)

b) web: [www.evento2009.org]

blog 2

SCRIPT

Intime et Collectif: public debate

curated by Cláudia Martinho, Inês Moreira, Marcin Szczelina

Sat October 10, 2 – 6 pm, under evento chapiteau, Bordeaux

evento 2009 is an event happening throughout the urban public space of the city of Bordeaux presenting artistic, theoretical and performative interventions articulated by the notion of Intime Collectif, the hub concept proposed by the chief curator, Didier Faustino. Exploring different dimensions of intimacy and collectiveness in public space, every programmed and commissioned art piece, architectural space, ephemeral event and sound experience is addressing situations where Intime Collectif exists.

How are intimacy and collectiveness co-inhabiting in the everyday? Under what forms does it expresses itself? Contributing a bit further to the disentanglement and recomposition of the relationships inscribed in the expression of Intime Collectif, a one-day event will take place on October 10, 2009. Named “Intimate and Collective: public debate” it is envisioned as a dialogic afternoon that seeks publicly to expand and unfold the core concept of evento 2009, provoking multi-perceptions of the notions implicated.

2.00 pm – Introduction by Cláudia Martinho, Inês Moreira and Marcin Szczelina

2.20 pm – Cláudia Martinho addresses the political and social dimension of Collective Intimacy questionning collective experiences and the sharing of intimate perceptions as a means to (re)appropriation of public space.

Lara Almarcegui _artist, muf architecture/art _artist, Pelin Tan _guest

Discussion with interpolators: Anne Querrien, Maurizio Bortolotti, Juri Steiner

3.30 pm – Inês Moreira questions whether Collective Intimacy can be clearly stated, proposing it as an ephemeral condition and non-predictive relational moment, occurring beyond declared “intimate collectives”.

Doreen Mende _ guest, MAP Office _artist, Democracia _artist, Märten Spangberg / International Festival _guest, Paolo Plotegher _guest,

Discussion with interpolators: Dennis Adams, Maurizio Bortolotti, Laurent Tixador

4.40 pm – Marcin Szczelina suggests notions of individual immersion in space and corporeal perception of collective intimacy as a way of understanding architecture of influences, without precise borders.

Laurent Tixador _artist, Johannes Gees _artist, Peter Cook _guest

Sam Jacob / FAT _guest

Discussion with interpolators: Henry Urbach, Felix Vogel, Joseph Grima

This research on Collective Intimacy contributes to activate a vocabulary and a weblog with contributions from artists production process and other invited guests.   +info http://www.evento2009.org

L´intime collectif [weblog]

With contributions by:

Paolo Plotegher – Self-dispersing and dramatization (Mujeres Creando)

Doreen Mende –  A Postcard from Intimacy

Maurizio Bortolotti – Private/Public. Interchangeability in the megalopolis

and many other!

This event is a special program of

L´intime collectif [evento 2009 _bordeaux]

The City of BordeauxBordeaux´s Public Art Biennial_ 9th – 18th October

Directed by Didier Fiúza Faustino

full program

press release

[dossier cover _capa do dossier ]

Dossier sobre processo de pesquisa Encontros Performativos: Íntimo e Colectivo, realizado em Bordéus, Outubro 2009 para Geração Z da Revista Arq./a [Nov/Dez 09] , edição: Inês Moreira Redacção: Inês Moreira e Cláudia Martinho, site:www.evento2009.org Design: Carla Ferreira, tradução pt: Sara Moreira [Nucleo de Jornalismo Académico do Porto / JUP], Créditos fotográficos: artistas, Christian Lesemann, Pierre Antoine, Frédéric Deval, Lysiane Gauthier, agradecemos:Didier Fiuza Faustino, Mairie de Bordeaux, Revista arq./a e a todos os participantes no evento 2009

dossier click [here _aqui]

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