museus universitários

“O FUTURO DOS MUSEUS UNIVERSITÁRIOS EM PERSPETIVA”

Há muito que se tem procurado um destino comum para os museus da Universidade do Porto e, embora algumas iniciativas pontuais trabalhem nesse sentido, a verdade é que pouco se tem avançado no estabelecimento de consenso sobre uma orientação estratégica futura para este conjunto de museus. Procurando encorajar e participar na reflexão e no debate sobre a missão e os modelos de organização de museus universitários, o Curso de Doutoramento e Mestrado em Museologia da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto convida a comunidade académica e profissional na área da museologia e afins a participar no Seminário “O Futuro dos Museus Universitários em Perspetiva” que se centrará nos seguintes temas.

Local: Salão Nobre da Reitoria da Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal.
Datas: 28 e 29 de Novembro de 2013 _ http://seminariomuseusuniversitarios.wordpress.com/

29 Novembro _ Tema 4: Museus Universitários como Mediadores _ Sessão 8

16:15 – 16:30 – Investigação e curadoria nos Museus Universitários do Porto.
Inês Moreira, Goldsmiths College, University of London.

16:30 – 16:45 – Curadorias compartilhadas: um estudo sobre as exposições realizadas no Museu da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (2002 a 2009).
Maria Cristina Padilha Leitzke e Zita Rosane Possamai, Museu da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.

16:45 – 17:00 – Debate

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scopio _lançamento

 

A mesa da sessão será moderada por Pedro Leão Neto, director da revista Scopio, e contará com a presença de três dos autores que colaboraram na revista. Num primeiro momento, Nuno Grande fará uma apresentação geral da Scopio. Num segundo momento, a Inês Moreira, responsável pela secção Unframing da Scopio e curadora de arquitectura falará dos seus trabalhos e Mariana Pestana, que foi convidada a participar na Scopio através de uma entrevista que explora ideias e trabalhos de curadoria em arquitectura com a arquitecta residente em Londres, Beatrice Galilee, irá mostrar alguns dos trabalhos de curadoria em que está envolvida. O terceiro momento será o do debate e a sessão terminará com a festa que contará com a presença do programador Paulo Vinhas, responsável pela Matéria Prima e um dos fundadores da editora Crónica Electrónica. 
27 Outubro – 22.00h (Quinta-feira)
Cinema Passos Manuel (Porto)

Nuno Coelho _ conferência FBAUP

Uma Terra Sem Gente Para Gente Sem Terra

Um projecto de Design sobre a Palestina, por Nuno Coelho e Adam Kershaw

“Uma Terra Sem Gente Para Gente Sem Terra” é uma exposição de cartazes gráficos interactivos sobre o conflito entre Israel e a Palestina. Produz um discurso visual em torno das tensões sociais da vida quotidiana nesta região onde três continentes colidem, e propõe uma nova abordagem de pensamento sobre o conflito. O discurso é crítico, mas também irónico e, de uma forma descontraída, expõe a situação actual, convidando as pessoas a colorir os mapas e desenhos ao longo da exposição. O livro homónimo, recentemente editado, contém versões actualizadas das imagens e textos incluídos na exposição, em conjunto com novo material produzido especificamente para esta publicação, onde também são descritas as diferentes fases da sua produção e documentação, assim como o contexto político e de design através de textos pelos autores. Para além disso, colaboradores de diferentes contextos profissionais e culturais foram convidados a responder ao formato e ao conteúdo da exposição de acordo com as suas próprias perspectivas. [Nuno Coelho e Adam Kershaw]

Conferência aberta _25 de Maio 2010,  17:30

Auditório Sul FBAUP

madep.wordpress.com/oradores-convidados/

[sessão aberta organizada no âmbito da colaboração científica com o Projecto Europeu Transformations/FBAUP”, financiado pela Cultura 2000]

Mapa de Jovens Práticas Espaciais

André Guedes . André Tavares + Opúsculos . Ângela Ferreira . atelier base . ateliermob . ateliers de santa catarina . auzprokect + José Miguel Gervásio . Catarina Simão . Cirurgias Urbanas . Cláudia Martinho . Dieter Lesage . Filipe Balestra + Urban Nouveau . freespeech . João Afonso . João Martins + Visões Úteis . José Capela + mala voadora . José Pedro Sousa . Manuel Henriques . Marcin Szczelina . Os Espacialistas . Paulo Moreira . Pedro Homem de Gouveia . Pedro Jordão . pecha kucha night lisbon . pecha kucha night porto . Revista Conditions . Revista Detritos . Rita Palma . Susana Ventura . Tiago Castela . Tiago Hespanha . Urban Future Organization + Eduardo de Oliveira Barata . Vasco Mourão

os espacialistas _ workshop FBAUP

OS ESPACIALISTAS é um projecto arquitectónico/artístico laboratorial de análise e de alteração programática do espaço. Servem-se da máquina fotográfica ou de filmar como se de um lápis se tratasse, por causa do resultado que denominam de “esquissos fotográficos”. Criados a partir da análise, da composição, da manipulação, da alteração programática e do registo das situações / especificidades naturais e construídas dos espaços por onde passam, bem como dos elementos materiais e objectuais aí encontrados e dos conteúdos do “Kit Espacialista Por/táctil” que transportam consigo. Os esquissos fotográficos e videográficos resultantes da aplicação dos conceitos e das metodologias de intervenção manifestas no Diário do Espacialista – manual regulador das suas intervenções – têm na sua origem uma dupla função , são simultaneamente elementos de análise projectual das realidades espaciais exercitadas e registos artísticos para apresentação pública.
conferência aberta _22 de Março 2010,  17:00 Auditório Sul FBAUP

madep.wordpress.com/oradores-convidados/

[sessão aberta organizada no âmbito da colaboração científica com o Projecto Europeu Transformations/MADEP”, financiado pela Cultura 2000]

Salgueiros – As Cidades Novas. conferência FBAUP

Projecto artístico de Eduardo Matos

8 de Março 2010, 17:30h, Auditório Pavilhão Sul, FBAUP, Porto

Salgueiros – As cidades novas  2005/2006

“Uma notícia de Jornal levou-me a conhecer um desses espaços que se formam na margem e à margem da cidade. Trata-se de um terreno baldio, um espaço encravado entre edifícios urbanos e  uma via rápida de automóveis, essa noticia de jornal, dava ainda conta  da existência de um lago e de uma intensa flora  que tinha crescido espontaneamente a sua volta, arbustos, plantas e flores que formavam uma espécie barreira ao exterior e dava a ideia de se tratar de um pequeno micro-ambiente.

Os habitantes da cidade não tardaram em apropriaram-se do espaço e a mesma noticia  falava em pessoas que para lá iam pescar. O pequeno lago com a sua orla verdejante era também uma lixeira, um lugar onde pessoas e famílias passeiam e repousam nos fins de semana, zona de consumo de drogas, uma espécie de recreio onde crianças brincam e adultos se divertem, zona de assaltos e de operações stop da policia, o negócio do lixo tem ali uma intensa actividade.” Eduardo Matos

http://madep.wordpress.com/oradores-convidados/

[sessão aberta organizada no âmbito da colaboração científica com o Projecto Europeu Transformations/FBAUP”, financiado pela Cultura 2000]

petit THINK TANK _exhibiting as going public

petit THINK TANK
_exhibiting as going public

_4 Dez _ Dec 09 : 15 / 17 pm [friday] _Oporto

petit CABANON proposed a two hour conversation revolving around notions of public, exhibiting and publishing. This was the first gathering occurring outside the physical space of pC, the small space we had in the same street which was handed back before summer. We have called “petit THINK TANKs” to a series of long, calm and more or less deep conversations into interdisciplinary questions – these are different from the conversation pieces, or from the gatherings and small exhibitions we have been producing. Recalling what propelled the petit THINK TANKs, these are moments of intense discussion of a question or notion articulating a conjunction of concerns of its intervenients. Although from different disciplines, perspectives and backgrounds, we have been thinking of the extensions of curating, of exhibiting and of research in visual cultures. The 1st one posed a problem of extension: “after the laboratory?” questioning and collectively thinking of the limits of the idea of laboratory as a research model and space. It was transcribed and published as a chapter of a book, and its contributors came from anthropology, biology, visual arts, or critical theory. The second one was encapsulated within a multi-practice environment of architecture and revolved around the limits of the discipline of architecture in which we were trapped: “what can we do?”, was maybe the question raising from that afternoon, which obviously remained unsolved, and even led to a certain tension among those present. As for the third particular session, called “exhibiting as going public”, it was the first one to be open to an audience, due to the nature of the contents it was addressing: the public and publicness of research and exhibiting.

We performed at different levels: firstly staging an encounter with a public. And, more indirectly, addressing the moments of interaction and participation with “the public” or “the audience”, but also, and most especially the conundrum of filtering, and editing, and communication, and translation that occurs when transforming an “incomplete content”, whether academic research, or partial experimentation, or on-going project, into something public. Editing and exhibiting, are activities giving a shape and making public that which is previously unfinished, secretive or simply private. And the politics of going public behind these activities – that most of us share as researchers, writers, teachers or curators – is mirrored by that politics of the encounter with a public, with and audience, and it is conceptualized in more active notions of participation, of relationality or in even deeper notions of communality within the group perceived as the public.

The send-off of this petit THINK TANK was the recent release of the 3rd edited volume of Displayer, by Doreen Mende, a curator, theoretician and editor who produced Dispalyer within the “Program Exhibition Design and Curatorial Practice” Hochschule für Gestaltung / ZKM Karlsruhe. We departed from her presentation and from the audiovisual contribution of Filipa César, a filmed book especially directed for Displayer 3, screened besides us, following us, as part of the conversation. But, instead of a book launch, we tried to expand the notion underlying this volume:

While an academy is an environment which does not request a ‘finished’ product, the space of exhibition depends on something to be shown to a public. (…) In which way can a publication be understood as a space for exhibiting? Under which demands as well as urgencies does a publication expand the conditions of an academy?”.

We invited Susana Caló, a philosopher and editor of Detritos Magazine, who is undertaking her PhD in London, to respond and to expand on the interceptions of going public: the politics of space and the notion of public domain. Susana opened 3 questions that articulated the later discussion: “on singularities and difficulties of the editorial practice” and “on how is a publication actualizing”; “a question of collectiveness and the dissolution of the author” and the difference of an author writing of things, and a writer writing with things; “on the erasure of the author or the artist by that of the collective” and on collectiveness and the fragility of academy research. The conversation proceeded with a presentation of Gabriela V. Pinheiro, an artist whose artwork is devoted to notions of public, who addresses the public from a close relation in which communality and relationality are conceptualized to interpolate participation, and, to more recently posit the art work within the dynamics of the public within an art institution [or a certain vision of institutional critique].

We intend not to be academic on our approach, but to expand the limits of academy and those of going public, as ours guests proposed us.

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organization _
petit THINK TANKs are part of petit CABANON
http://www.petitcabanon.org
a project by Inês Moreira since 2007

this petit THINK TANK has the support of Reflexus, JUP and FBAUP

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petit THINK TANK _exhibiting as going public

petit THINK TANK

_exhibiting as going public

_4 Dez _ Dec 09 : 15 / 17 pm [friday] _Oporto


petit CABANON proposes a two hour conversation revolving around notions of public, exhibiting and publishing. The send-off is the contribution of Doreen Mende, the editor of Displayer 03 [a magazine with contributors as Charles Jencks, Walter Benjamin, Alfred Barr, Ines Katenhusen, Omer Fast, Hans Hollein, Dominique Gonzalez- Foerster, Ines Weizman, Moritz Küng, Giorgio Grassi and edited with the students of Program Exhibition Design and Curatorial Practice / Hochschule für Gestaltung / ZKM Karlsruhe]. We invited Susana Caló, a philosopher and editor of Detritos Magazine, to respond and to expand on the interceptions of going public: the politics of space and the public domain.  The conversation will proceed with Gabriela V. Pinheiro, an artist whose work is devoted to notions of public and exhibiting and hopefully engage in an intimate conversation with the audience. A filmed book realized by Filipa César – Displayer 03 – is to be screened as part of the conversation.

Guests:

Doreen Mende, curator and editor based in Berlin

[Academy Expanded and Expanded Exhibition]

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Susana Caló, philosopher and editor based in Oporto
[Expanding]

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Gabriela V. Pinheiro, artist based in Oporto
[The Public]

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[the conversation will be held in English and is kindly hosted
by REFLEXUS arte contemporânea]
rua de miguel bombarda 531
4050-383 Oporto, Portugal

[Displayer is the magazine of the “Program Exhibition Design and Curatorial Practice” Hochschule für Gestaltung / ZKM Karlsruhe]

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organization _

petit THINK TANKs are part of petit CABANON

a project by Inês Moreira since 2007

this petit THINK TANK has the support of Reflexus, JUP and FBAUP

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The requirement to exhibit the final product is something we can view in the framework of the capitalist system, along the lines that an employer who has made an investment now needs to see a result. These relationships are reproduced in the collaboration among artists, curators, and directors who have invested in a work in an institutional framework. The exhibiting institution, being the last link in the chain of this market transaction, needs a visible, tangible result: a product.” (Milica Tomic, Politics of Memory, Displayer 03).

While an academy is an environment which does not request a ‘finished’ product, the space of exhibition depends on something to be shown to a public. The conversation will be based on the project Displayer, which is a publication series of the program Exhibition Design and Curatorial Practice at the University of Arts and Design / ZKM Karlsruhe. Displayer is a magazine of original sound. The editorial team is the students of the seminars of the University’s program.

The points of departure for the most recent issue, Displayer 03 (2009) are the demands, the challenges, and the potentialities as well as the impossibilities of exhibiting space itself. Space is the fabric in which events occur, and events, in turn activate space culturally, socially, politically and geographically. Hence, the exhibition of space is strongly connected to performative acts in addition to questions about the requirements of constructions in space.

In which way can a publication be understood as a space for exhibiting? Under which demands as well as urgencies does a publication expand the conditions of an academy? And for Displayer 03: What are the means of recording space in order to perform it at different times, in different places and different institutional settings?

Contributions Displayer 03 by Eva Kraus, Tilo Schulz, Martin Beck, Charles Jencks, Pablo Bronstein, Katrin Mayer, Stefan Römer, Walter Benjamin, Alfred Barr, Ines Katenhusen, Milica Tomic, Omer Fast, Sina Najafi, Hans Hollein, Joseph Dabernig, Achim Lengerer, Paul Gangloff, Dominique Gonzalez- Foerster, Ines Weizman, Moritz Küng, Kersten Geers, Giorgio Grassi, Guillaume Paoli, Heiner Mühlmann, Stephan Trüby, Wilfried Kuehn. Filipa César realized Displayer 03 as a filmed book which is part of the discussion.