FILMS @ ANGEWANDTE / Art & Science 2020
Fužine project / 27 Neighborhoods
As part of the European Capital of Culture Rijeka 2020, Port of Diversity, and within the flagship 27 Neighbourhoods, the students of the Art & Science department undertook two collaborative community based programs between Fužine (Croatia) and Vienna.
Programme 1: School for Multispecies Conviviality
The first program of the ‘Elsewhere School’ project started in the winter semester 2019 with a preparation phase and two field trips. Participants met with the local team in Fuzine (EPK/European Capital of Culture, Rijeka 2020) who helped to facilitate research on a variety of topics. The on-site experience was (and is) further elaborated within the curricular context of ‘multispecies conviviality’ and continues to be accompanied by essayistic publication-formats (‘FuZine’). The ’27 Neighborhoods’ program, hosted by the school project within the EPK framework, started officially at the end of February 2020. In May 2020, we planned to implement the school project by means of multiple ‘nomadic’ public on-site interventions and curricular activities in the Fuzine area. However, as a result of recent developments, these interventions could not be made. Our next steps will be to continue to elaborate, together with members of the local community, a curriculum for the school as well as organizing, scheduling and staging the aforementioned activities for September/October 2020.
Programme 2: Film Workshop FUŽINE- VIENNA
The second program consisted of activities including, but not limited to, a film workshop planned in Fuzine in March 2020. Production preparations were conducted throughout January and February including location-scouting and local community collaboration. During the winter break, students used their home surroundings as inspiration for their introductory film assignment. This was intended as the basis for good neighbourhood relations with locals from Fužine.
PROJECTS @ ANGEWANDTE FESTIVALWithin the festival program, students of of Art & Science department have created an online exhibition to share experiences of the entire Fužine project (2019/2020). These include film presentations, an online conference with local community participation, the preview of a new website documenting the project, and public space interventions with performances and installations in different neighbourhoods of Vienna.
University of Applied Arts Vienna - Art & Science Department
Students: Maria Bacila, Mila Balzhieva, Helen Emily Davy, Paula Flores, Klara Krämer, Alfredo Ledesma Quintana, Naoki Matsuyama, Jannis Neumann, Lindsey Nicholson, Peter Reischl, Els
van Houtert, Miloš Vučićević.
Program 1 concept & chair: Bernd Kräftner
Program 2 concept & chair: Univ. Prof. Virgil Widrich
Project coordinator: Marko Marković
Project collaborator: Brishty Alam
Project collaborator: Valerie Deifel
FUZZY SPECULATIONS ON NEIGHBORHOODSTitle: Fuzzy Speculations on Neighbourhoods: Conversations around speculative "souvenirs" for future neighbours
Date and time: 25.06.2020, 18:00-19:00
More info and link to event on Website and Facebook
With: Art&Science Department, Branka Cvjetičanin (European Capital of Culture Rijeka 2020), Local Team Fužine
Zoom link: https://tinyurl.com/y9vusqnd
SMALL THINGS THAT HOLD
Ongoing publication 2019/2020
Download zine publications on Art & Science Website.
Our irregular zine is documenting our research and connections within the neighborhood of Fužine, Croatia during 2019 and 2020 as part of the SCHOOL FOR MULTISPECIES CONVIVIALITY: Experiments in living somewhere & elsewhere.
Links to ANGEWANDTE FESTIVAL MAIN STAGE live contributions (opens 23.6./6pm)
Angewandte festival 2020 FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/542909156615669/
Download Project Portfolio
Links to FILM-Projects
- Maria Bacila (Contributions)
- Mila Balzhieva (Contributions)
- Chiara Campanile (Contributions)
- Helen Emily Davy (Contributions)
- Paula Flores (Contributions)
- Klara Krämer (Contributions)
- Alfredo Ledesma Quintana (Contributions)
- Marko Markovic (Project coordinator)
- Naoki Matsuyama (Contributions)
- Jannis Neumann (Contributions)
- Lindsey Nicholson (Contributions)
- Peter Reischl (Contributions)
- Marthin Rozo (Contributions)
- Els van Houtert (Contributions)
- Milos Vucicevic (Contributions)