November 22–25, 2012

WORKSHOP November 22–25, 2012 Daniel García Andújar, Listen To The People‘s Wrath In English Language Based on the „anti-anti-riot-kit“ which Daniel García Andújar produced for the exhibition Acts of Voicing at Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, this workshop understands itself as an open offer to explore analogue and digital techniques of protest, both in theory and practice. Protest forms that use the street as stage are of main interest here. The basic tools of the workshop are a conversed ant-riot-gear, stencils, t-shirts, flags etc. The latter carry among other things the slogan “Let’s Democratize Democracy”. Further tools are mechanical movable types, a so called “action camera”, and a digital archive with materials from the fields of riot, anti-riot, and anti-anti-riot. The workshop aims to develop horizontal and collective ways of working as well as a productive and at the same time (self)critical analysis of the forms and formats of protest: their performativity, choreographies and role allocations. Present, past as well as upcoming protests and protest movements can serve here as references.

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In englischer Sprache / In english language (english Version: please scroll down)Basierend auf dem „Anti-Anti-Riot-Kit“, das Daniel García Andújar für die Ausstellung Acts of Voicing im Württembergischen Kunstverein Stuttgart produziert hat, versteht sich der Workshop als offenes Angebot, analoge wie digitale Techniken des Protests in Theorie und Praxis zu untersuchen und zu erproben. Dabei geht es insbesondere um Protestformen, deren Bühne die Straße ist. Grundlegende Utensilien des Workshops sind eine umfunktionierte Kampfausrüstung, Stencil-Schablonen, verschiedene T-Shirts und Flaggen, Letztere u.a. mit der Aufschrift „Demokratisieren wir die Demokratie“ in verschiedenen Sprachen. Darüber hinaus gibt es bewegliche Lettern, eine sogenannte Action Kamera sowie ein digitales Archiv mit Materialien aus den Bereichen Protest, Aufruhr, Anti-Aufruhr und Anti-Anti-Aufruhr. 

October 13, 2012 – January 13, 2013 Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart Schlossplatz 2, D – 70173 Stuttgart Bani Abidi, Daniel García Andújar, Anonym / Transgender Voice, John Baldessari, Samuel Beckett, deufert + plischke, Ines Doujak, Juan Manuel Echavarría, Tim Etchells, Rainer Ganahl, Mariam Ghani, Gary Hill, Anette Hoffmann / Matei Bellu / Regina Sarreiter, Karl Holmqvist, Ranjit Hoskoté, Jacques Lacan, Minouk Lim, Mara Mattuschka, José Pérez Ocaña, Manuel Pelmus, David Riff / Dmitry Gutov, Anri Sala, Smith / Stewart, Marcus Steinweg, Imogen Stidworthy, Rasa Todosijevic, Fadi Toufiq, Ingrid Wildi Merino / Decolonial Group Berlin, Katarina Zdjelar, Yang Zhenzhong and others

28. November 2010 – 9. Januar 2011 Eröffnung: Samstag, 27.11.2010, 19 Uhr Eine Ausstellung des Württembergischen Kunstvereins Stuttgart Im Rahmen von Re-Designing the East. Politisches Design in Asien und Europa / In Charge. The Role of Political Designers in Transformation Idee und Konzept Hans D. Christ, Yvonne P. Doderer, Iris Dressler, Stephan Köperl, Sylvia Winkler Mit Beiträgen von NOH Suntag, Daniel García Andújar, Dan Perjovschi und anderen

November 28, 2010 – January 9, 2011 An exhibition by Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart In conjunction with Re-Designing the East. Political Design in Asia und Europe / In Charge. The Role of Political Designers in Transformation Idea und conception Hans D. Christ, Yvonne P. Doderer, Iris Dressler, Stephan Köperl, Sylvia Winkler With contributions by NOH Suntag, Daniel García Andújar, Dan Perjovschi and others The exhibition The Art of Not Being Governed Like That, refering in its title to Michel Foucualt, is an independent project while simultaneously comprising part of the exhibition Re-Designing the East: Political Design in Asia and Europe.


Subversive Practices Art under Conditions of Political Repression 60s–80s / South America / Europe Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart May 30 – August 2, 2009 Curators: Valentín Roma, Daniel García Andújar Ricardo Bofill/Taller de Arquitectura, Eugeni Bonet (Archive), COAC Archiv, Enric Franch (Archive), Antoni Muntadas, Pere Portabella, Grup de Treball, Sala Vinçon (Archive) This project sets out to reconstruct the aesthetic and political dimension acquired by conceptual practices in Catalonia during the nineteen-seventies. With this in view, the analysis has been oriented toward a set of proposals developed in a variety of areas—art, architecture, design, film, and education—which nevertheless all shared the same circuits of visibility, closely related language and attitudes, and certain ideological positions that were characterized by their spirit of protest and antagonism. The core of the project consists of five pieces by the Grup de Treball that in some sense point to the disciplines mentioned above. In order to contextualize these, a heterogeneous archive has been put together, drawn from the documentary holdings of (amongst others) the COAC (Association of Architects of Catalonia), the Sala Vinçon gallery, the FAD decorative arts association, and the Elisava and Eina design schools, along with a number of art projects—the film Esquizo (Schizo) by the Taller de Arquitectura and Reflexões sobre a morte (Reflections on Death) by Antoni Muntadas, among others—and also a selection of visual and bibliographical documents from those years. (Valentín Roma, Daniel García Andújar)


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