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Documenta 14 | Program Athens/Kassel 30–JUNE 4, 2017

Documenta 14

Program Athens/Kassel


ATHENS MAY 30–JUNE 4, 2017

Daily

Every Time A Ear di Soun
From May 28: RURUradio, Jakarta, Indonesia
On FM 90.4 MHZ in Kassel
On SW15560 KHZ
Online: www.documenta14.de/en/public-radio
Rasheed AraeenShamiyaana–Food for Thought: Thought for Change
Cooking and eating
Kotzia Square, 1–2:30 pm and 3–4:30 pm

Under colorful canopies inspired by the shamiana (a traditional Pakistani wedding tent), Araeen invites people to sit together and enjoy a meal based on recipes from around the Mediterranean, which have been cooked in collaboration with Organization Earth.

 

Tuesday May 30–Sunday June 4

Jani Christou, Epicycle for any participant
Performance
Athens Conservatoire (Odeion), all day

The work may last any given period of time: days, weeks, months, or years. This stretch of time is the time measurement for the extent of duration 1 and corresponds to the Epicycle of the continuum. Anyone wishing to participate in the continuum is welcome.
Epicycle, 1968–2017, adaptation for realization by Rupert Huber
Marie Cool Fabio Balducci, Untitled
Permanent all day installation with daily actions when the sun enters the gallery space
EMST—National Museum of Contemporary Art, 11 am–13 pm

The peculiar nature of the modern state, with its complex and delicate functions and the gravity of political, economic, and social problems …
—Curzio Malaparte (1898–1957), Tecnica del colpo di Stato, 1931
Annie Vigier & Franck Apertet (les gens d’Uterpan), Géographie-Athènes, 2017
Performance and installation
EMST—National Museum of Contemporary Art, all day

An application of the re|action process.
A performance and installation with Stella Dimitrakopoulou, Nikos Kalivas, Emmanouela Pechynaki-Mamounaki, and Vasileios Skarmoutsos.
Mattin, Social Dissonance
With Dafni Krazoudi, Danai Liodaki, Ioannis Sarris, and Eleni Zervou
Durational concert, 163 Days
Athens Conservatoire (Odeion), 7–8 pm

Social Dissonance is an instructional score that is being developed over the course of an extended concert taking place throughout the duration of documenta 14 in both Athens and Kassel. Live streaming and documentation: https://www.periscope.tv/socialdissonanc.
Tuesday May 30, Thursday June 1, Saturday June 3

Pope.L, Whispering Campaign (2016–17)
Streets of Athens, 11 am–8 pm (Tue & Thu), 1–7 pm (Sat)

Performers spread whispers in the street—adding an unpredictable, living dimension to this wide-spread audio work, which quietly charts a minor history of the city.
Tuesday May 30

Anne-Laure Franchette, New semantic for wild greens
Walk and zine workshop
Elpidos 13, Viktoria-Platz, 4–8 pm

We look at botanical illustrations and use the technique of nature printing to make an A5 zine (a small hand-made publication). In the process we invent new names for these wild greens, which are much more than “mauvaises herbes” (bad seeds). Join us for an afternoon of looking at the overlooked.
Jonas Mekas, Reminiszenzen aus Deutschland (1971/1993, bearbeitet 2012), Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania (1972)
Screening
Griechisches Filmarchiv (Tainiothiki), 8 pm

Reminiszenzen aus Deutschland is a non-chronological presentation of the filmmaker’s time in German forced labor camps and displaced person camps, a story that begins in 1944 and continues until 1949.
Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania is a diary film accompanied by a voice-over and features highly personal footage filmed in different times and places over the course of the filmmaker’s life.

Yannis Hamilakis and Arnisa Zeqo, Synantiseis #7: documenta 12: Is Modernity Our Antiquity?
Talk
Filopappou Hill, Pikionis Paths and Pavilion, Filopappou Hill, 8–9:30 pm
Starting at the pavilion

Is modernity our antiquity? This was a question posed by documenta 12 in 2007. In light of the social, political, and aesthetic/artistic developments of the intervening years, it is worth returning to this question now, since it invites us to reflect on modernity as an archaeological period, as a phase that can be examined through its materiality and temporality.

Wednesday May 31

Costis A. Makris, Evita defeats the Discouragies
Workshop
Elpidos 13, Viktoria Square, 7 pm

A lab for children over four years old and their parents/escorts
in collaboration with museum educator Tina Haralambous of Museum Friends®.

 

Thursday June 1

Vicky Lazou, Workshop on clay and free expression
Elpidos 13, Viktoria Square, 4–6 pm

Vicky Lazou invites you to an experiential journey exploring the material of clay from a different perspective.

Iain Chambers and Eleni Kyramargiou, Studio 14: Their Mediterranean
Talk
Athens Conservatoire (Odeion), 6:30 pm

The global routes of contemporary Mediterranean crossings reveal interconnected processes that join and divide, while creating the possibility of a plural and multidirectional history.

Margarita Special Education Lab, Walls
Performance
Elpidos 13, Viktoria Square, 7–9 pm

The theater company of the Margarita Special Education Lab presents the play Walls, based on the eponymous C. P. Cavafy poem.
Seth Parker Woods and Peter Zinovieff, Listening Space
Concerts
Athens Conservatoire (Odeion), 9 pm

9 pm
Peter Zinovieff premieres a composition conceived by Andrew Spyrou and based on blue whale song
10 pm
Seth Parker Woods gives a solo cello performance of George Lewis’s Not Alone and Alexander Tremblay’s asinglewordisnotenough3 (invariant)
Douglas Gordon, I had nowhere to go
Screening
Stella Municipal Cinema, 9:30 pm

Douglas Gordon’s I had nowhere to go (2016) draws from the diaries of Jonas Mekas. Only a few images are shown in the film. Instead, Mekas’s voice recounting his daily life as a young immigrant fills the air.

 

Friday June 2–Sunday June 4

Kostas Tsioukas (choreographer), Myrto Kontoni, Tassos Koukoutas, and Kostas Tsioukas (performers), Collective Exhibition for a Single Body (2017)
Performance
Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, 12–2:30 pm

Scores (ongoing) by Pierre Bal-Blanc, Marie Cool Fabio Balducci, Yael Davids, Maria Eichhorn, Anna Halprin, Ashley Hans Schierl, Maria Hassabi, David Lamelas, Prinz Gholam, Kostas Tsioukas, Annie Vigier & Franck Apertet (les gens d’Uterpan), Lois Weinberger, Artur Żmijewski.
Performed among the audience of the museum, this work not only suberts the normative behavior for the body in public but also demonstrates the perverse character of the norm itself, as imposed on the body by society. The tempo of the performance remains aleatory. Appearances are spontaneous and the repetition continuous.
Nevin Aladağ with Dimitris Chiotis, Dimitris Kourtis, Nikos Mardakis, Manolis Papadopoulos, and Chrisanthi Tsoukala, Music Room
Performance
Athens Conservatoire (Odeion), 5–6 pm

Items of furniture and household objects turn into resonating bodies that develop their own acoustic properties attributable to their shapes as evocative of the human body. In the process, prevailing notions of functionality, ergonomics, and purity of sound are called into question.

Friday June 2

Studio 14: Walking tour in the refugee neighborhoods of Piraeus
Starting point: The old railway station of Agios Dionisis (opposite Gate E3 at the port), Piraeus, 11 am

During the walking tour you will have the opportunity to walk round the refugee settlement of Drapetsona and discuss the urban development of Piraeus starting right after the refugees settled in the area. More specifically, the development of the first makeshift huts to the implementation of the state urban restoration plan.

Vassia A. Vanezi, Weaving together
Elpidos 13, Viktoria Square, 6–8 pm

Weaving together is a common work. It is about coming together, sitting together, talking together, eating and drinking together, making together, bringing our lives, our cultures together, sharing words together, sharing our stories and history together, confessing our pain and fears, our hopes. It is about companionship. It is about gathering. It is about human condition.
Dirty Athens Brass Band (Greece) und Blech & Schwefel Brass Band (Germany), A-letheia: Brass Walk
Walk, Music Performance
From Kiosk Psyrri to Kiosk Kypseli, 7–9 pm

As part of the A-Letheia project, two brass bands join each other for a walk between two kiosks. Learning different forms of music from each other continues when the meet again in Kassel this August.
Kiosk Psyrri: Iroon Square, Ag. Anargiron und Karaiskaki, Psyrri
Kiosk Kypseli: Fokionos Negri und Eptanisou, Kypseli
Irena Haiduk, Oration in Greek of the In-Corporation Documents of Yugoexport
Performance
Stoa tou Vivliou, 9 pm

A member of the Army of Beautiful Women, wearing the Yugoform shoe produced by Yugoexport, reads aloud in Greek, demonstrating the full use of the corporation’s founding documents.

Saturday June 3

Angela Dimitrakaki and Antonia Majaca in collaboration with Sanja Iveković, Art of the Possible: Towards an Antifascist Feminist Front
Collective oral document
Avdi Square, 11 am–9 pm

This multi-lingual oral document brings together the voices of about thirty artists, theorists, activists reflecting on feminism as a critique of fascism and imagining the rise of an anti-fascist feminist front. The collective speech-act is a response to the public art project Monument to Revolution by Sanja Iveković.

 

KASSEL MAY 30–JUNE 4, 2017

Tuesday–Sunday

Daniel Knorr, Expiration Movement
Installation
Zwehrenturm, all day

Expiration Movement is a work by artist Daniel Knorr, located at the top of the Zwehrenturm in Kassel. Since the inauguration of documenta 14’s exhibition in Athens in April 2017, white smoke marks the duration of the exhibition in Athens and Kassel, during the opening hours in Athens, for 163 days.
Tuesday and Friday

aneducation, Opening Hours Burckhardt Library
Reading room
Peppermint, Untere Karlsstrasse 8, 34117 Kassel, 10 am–1 pm

Annemarie and Lucius Burckhardt (1930–2012 and 1925–2003) were two unconventional thinkers affiliated with the University of Kassel. Their library is gradually being unpacked over the course of monthly events.
Tuesday May 30

The Society of Friends of Halit with Johannes Ismaiel-Wendt and Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung: Sonic Segregations. A Critique of Racism and Audio Technologies
Kulturzentrum Schlachthof, Mombachstraße 10–12, 34127 Kassel, 8–10 pm

After its first public gathering as part of the Parliament of Bodies in early April, the Society of Friends of Halit continues its discussions on both local and transnational research and activism as well as on antiracism and antifascism—with a focus on sound technologies.
Wednesday May 31

Contemporary And (C&) and KUNCI, Unpacking Burckhardt at Peppermint
Peppermint, Untere Karlsstraße 8, 34117 Kassel, 6–7:30 Uhr

Instead of unpacking the Burckhardt library, on May 31 members of these initiatives proceed to unlearn it, together with documenta 14 aneducation—interrupting canonical connections between thinkers and disciplines, intervening in bibliographies, and imagining an other curriculum for a critical education.
For more information please visit the website of documenta 14.


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