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WER… HAT AN DER UHR GEDREHT?

Mittwoch, den 18. April von 19:00 – 22:00 Uhr
HELGA KÖCHER

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Workshop zu Zeitmanagement.


Der Workshop ist ganzheitlich angelegt. Zusammen mit den Teilnehmerinnen wird Helga Köcher über eine Mentalitätsanalyse Schwerpunkte zur Selbstorganisation herausarbeiten, um von daher zu Tools für adäquates Zeitmanagement zu kommen.


LOCATION:  Miss Baltazar

Museumsquartier – Q21,

Electric Avenue 2.Stock

(Eingang bei Eikon – Blumenstrauß, über der eSeL-Rezeption

Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien)

WORKSHOP 28.3.2012 : : 19h

MISS BALTAZAR’S LABORATORY PROUDLY PRESENTS:

PARTIZIPATIVE KUNSTPRAXEN

mit Künstlerin Romana Hagyo

WHEN: 28.März 2012. 19h

WHERE: Miss Baltazar Büro, Electric Avenue 2.Stock (Eingang bei Eikon – Blumenstrauß)

WHO: Romana Hagyo (http://www.hagyo.at/standard/)


Im Workshop wird Romana Hagyo eingangs Beispiele für partizipative Kunstprojekte (sowohl eigene Projekte als auch Projekte anderer Künster_innen) vorstellen, um diese gemeinsam mit den Teilnehmer_innen anhand Suzanna Milevskas Text “Partizipatorische Kunst” (In: Springerin 2/2006) zu diskutieren. Im zweiten Teil werden Konzepte oder Erfahrungen der Teilnehmer_innen besprochen und bearbeitet.

http://www.springerin.at/dyn/heft_text.php?textid=1761&lang=de


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HANDS ON STATION : : : 15.3.2012 : : 19h

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GESPRÄCHE ZUR KUNST IM ÖFFENTLICHEN RAUM

“Die Öffnung neuer Räume im Internet”
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“opening up spaces for arts & the public through the internet”


+++ DATUM:    Donnerstag, den 15. März 2012
um 19.00 Uhr

+++ ORT:      Kunstraum Niederoesterreich
Herrengasse 13, 1014 Wien


PRÄSENTATIONEN:
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+ UBERMORGEN.COM (CH/AT) –
lizvlx & Hans Bernhard, Digital Art Duo

+ GAIL DURBIN (UK)
Museumsberaterin, ehem. Leiterin Victoria & Albert Online Museum, London


HANDS ON STATIONS:
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+ Mz Baltazar’s Laboratory

+ Metalab

kuratiert & moderiert von eSeL

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HEART BEAT

7.12.2011. 19h

WORKSHOP von Dr. Mina Lahlal

IN GERMAN

Der Schlag des Lebens – elektrische Prozesse im Herzen

Wir werden die elektrischen Eigenschaften des Herzens betrachten, die es unserem Herzen erlauben ein Leben lang zu  schlagen, ohne dass wir daran denken müssten. Des weiteren werden wir uns mit den Tools beschäftigen, die in der hightech Medizin verwendet werden, wenn der Herzrhythmus verrückt spielt oder sich in eine Nulllinie verwandelt.

Was ist der Unterschied zwischen dem Otto-Motor und dem menschlichen Herzen und (wie?) kann man ohne Herzen an der Pumpe leben? Wie misst man die Herz-„Fitness“? Wozu verwenden ÄrztInnen Ballons im Herzen?

IN ENGLISH

The rhythm of life – electrocardiac processes
We will discuss the electric particularities that allow the heart to beat without us thinking about it for a whole lifetime. Furthermore we will see which state of the art medical devices can be used when the heart can’t keep its rhythm or stops.

What is the difference between a car’s engine and a human heart and why and how they can or can not be interchanged? How can you measure or support the heart’s work? Why do doctors put balloons in the heart?

WORKSHOP BY MISS UNIVERSE

November 9th, Wednesday. 19.00-22.00

“An extreme situation, extremely surpassed: being woman in the Republic of Congo”.

Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory

Workshop by Miss Universe


The workshop will focus on the production circle of mobile phones. It will be a journey to the Congo and women’s experiences of violence during Congo’s civil war. We will talk about how civil war in Congo is related to our capitalist system and the production of mobile phones. Participants will have the opportunity to take a new look at their bodies, society, the capitalist system and to ways of using art as means of activism.

www.missuniverseforever.com

NOVEMBER PROGRAMM




Miss Baltazar kommt nun in 3 unterschiedlichen Formaten:


Als Workshop

(Jeden zweiten Mittwoch hands-on Wissensaustausch, praktisch, technisch, kreativ, feministisch)

Alternierend dazu das Open Lab

(unabhängigeres Experimentieren um Inhalte oder Techniken des Workshops der letzten Woche zu vertiefen, Hackerspace Situation)

Als Reading Group

(Diskussion und Auseinandersetzung mit Themen, die uns durch die Workshops relevant erscheinen)

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ALL EVENTS TAKE PLACE IN OUR NEW SPACE ON ELECTRIC AVENUE, MQ

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November 4th, Friday. 17.00-20.00

Claudia Mongini und Katharina Jesberger

Miss Baltazar’s Reading Group. Open to all Genders.

Book: Arjun Appadurai. Modernity at Large: Cultural Dimensions of Globalization.

November 9th, Wednesday. 19.00-22.00

“An extreme situation, extremely surpassed: being woman in the Republic of Congo”.

Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory

Workshop by Miss Universe

The workshop will focus on the production circle of mobile phones. It will be a journey to the Congo and women’s experiences of violence during Congo’s civil war. We will talk about how civil war in Congo is related to our capitalist system and the production of mobile phones. Participants will have the opportunity to take a new look at their bodies, society, the capitalist system and to ways of using art as means of activism.

www.missuniverseforever.com

November 16th, Wednesday. 19.00

“An extreme situation, extremely surpassed: being woman in the Republic of Congo”.

Miss Baltazar Open Lab curated by Miss Universe

In Open Lab sessions we experiment with the technology we played with in the previous week’s workshop. It gives room discuss questions that came up and demand further investigation. In this Open Lab session, we will expand on the issues Miss Universe introduced in the workshop on women in the Congo. The participants can share their thoughts or related projects, tell about their own lives and backgrounds.

www.missuniverseforever.com

Bio of Miss Universe:

In 2008, she attended the beauty contest held in Supper Club Istanbul and was nominated “Miss Universe”. After this contest, her life changed and represented her country in other beauty contests, each time being nominated as “Miss Universe”. She appears as a figure who reaches broad audiences through joyful presentations, combining contemporary performance elements of action, text and music, with pop-culture, references to classical art history, using choirs, children songs, fashion and show business elements. The content of the performances emphasize specifically on human rights, politics, gender issues, domestic violence and history of art.

November 23rd, Wednesday. 19.00

“The Beauty of Distortion”

Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory

Workshop by Christine Schörkhuber

In this workshop we will create visuals by causing distortions on screens. We explore possibilities to generate Live Visuals without using any software. We work with Interference signals, Videofeedback, selfbuilt – faders, open wires and everything that comes along the way to create beautiful weird and abstract video landscapes.No technical experience required.

http://www.chschoe.net/

November 30th, Wednesday. 19.00

“The Beauty of Distortion”

Miss Baltazar Open Lab curated by Christine Schörkhuber

In Open Lab sessions we experiment with the technology we played with in the previous week’s workshop. In Christine Schörkhuber’s Open Lab we will continue to generate visuals through distortion of screens.

Bio of Christine Schörkhuber:

Geboren 1982, an der Akademie der bildenden Künste bei Franz Graf und Dorit Margreiter (Video/Videoinstallation). Als freischaffende Künstlerin, Medienkomponistin und Filmemacherin tätig.
Im Vorstand der IG Kultur Österreich, redaktionelle Tätigkeit Radiosendung „Bewegungsmelder Kultur“.

WORKSHOP AT CODED CULTURES FESTIVAL

FM TREE RADIO

Last week I gave a workshop at the Coded Cultures Festival in Vienna. We tried to make a radio from almost only natural materials. We were weaving a carpet from old tree branches we collected in the park (we asked the gardeners ;)) and constructed a coil that can receive radio signals through an amplifyer.

miss baltazar at PLATFORM 4 (Aalborg | Denmark)

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“The group who signed up for the 3-day Mz. Baltazar’s Laboratory workshop had a seemingly awesome time. Not only did they learn the basics of soldering and using open hardware microboard platform Arduino, but also how to have the hardware interact with software such as Processing and PureData – as well as take apart old electronics to create something new.

After the workshop – which was completely full – there was a general consensus among the participants that we not only should have more introductory workshops, but also follow-up workshops to take people’s skills further. So we’ll definitely do that – and we’re pretty sure it’s not the last time Mz. Baltazar’s Lab and instructor Stefanie Wuschitz will come to Aalborg!

One of the participants, Lina Bergstrøm, did two video segments; one with an interview with Stefanie – and another with bits and pieces from the workshop. Check them out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNhZWIXbnCw&feature=player_embedded#at=69

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9oqLsqebvg&feature=player_embedded#at=22

http://platform4.dk/node/166

Feminist DIY Kick Off Workshop in Frankfurt

A fine 4 days workshop in Frankfurt has ended with a fun spontanious noise instrument concert at the Kulturwaggon. We had a long discussion if non-experts should go on stage or not, but were all glad we did. The participants were students of the Hochschule für Gestaltung in Offenbach and got addicted to playing with circuits in no time. I hope we all stay in touch! Here some photos of the workshop and the link to the lecture as well as the performance:

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