Artpool 40
Feb. 17, 2020

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February 20, Thursday
09:30-10:00 Registration
10:00-10:10 Opening Remarks
10:10 – 13:30 / Session 1
Archive as Institution - Questions of Methodology and Institutionalization
Emese Kürti: Artpool in Motion: The Archive’s Path from the Underground to the Museum
Zdenka Badovinac: Self-historicization Artists’ archives in Eastern Europe
Jasna Jakšić - Tihana Puc: Artists’ Networks in the Context of Institutional and Personal
Archives – Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb

11:30 – 12:00 Coffee Break
Sarah Haylett: Beyond an Archival Impulse: re-examining the Artist Archive at Tate
Lina Dzuverović: Historicising and Archiving Collectivity: Collaborative Actions, Continued
Omissions – a Feminist Revisiting of Yugoslav Collectives in the 1970s
Lívia Páldi: Active Archive – Slow Institution (2017 – 2020)

13:30 - 14:30 Lunch Break
14:30 - 17:30 / Session 2
Artistic Strategies of (Self-)Documentation and Archiving
Sven Spieker: Self-Documentation as Artistic Practice in Eastern Europe
Tomas Zaluski: The Alternative Official? KwieKulik's Studio of Activities, Documentation and
Propagation as a State Financed Performative Archive under Real Socialism
Kaja Kraner: Anti-Archive and Memory Politics in the Work of Walid Raad

15:40-16:00 Coffee break

Daniel Grúň: Discrepancy between History and Self-historicization: Stano Filko in the 1970s
Katalin Cseh-Varga: The Art of (Self-)Reflection: An Intellectual Journey across György
Galántai’s Mind
Karolina Majewska - Güde: Life and After-life of the Archives: Ewa Partum's and Valie
Exports's Archives


18:15-19:30 Artpool visit

February 21, Friday

9:30 – 11:15 / Session 3

"Collecting the Future" - Strategies of Self-historicisation

Kristine Stiles: Collecting the Future: Kristine Stiles’ Archive at the David M. Rubenstein Rare
Book and Manuscript Library, Duke University, Methods, Theories, Self-and-Other
Historicization, and A Special Focus on East-European Artists
Péter György: Pre-Avant-Garde - In the Shadow of Time
Henar Rivière: Fluxus and the Archive as Agent Provocateur
David Crowley: Archiving the infra-ordinary in late Socialism

Coffee break: 11:15-11:45
11:45 – 13:30 / Session 4
Archive as a Medium / Media of Archiving / Archiving Media

Meghan Forbes: The Art Magazine as Archive: Underground Print Culture in 1980s East
Elisabeth Zimmermann: Ö1 Kunstradio and its never finished Online Archive
Roddy Hunter - Judit Bodor: a user’s guide
Agustina Andreoletti: Shadow Libraries: Distributed Models for the Creation and Circulation
of Digital Archives

Lunch Break 13:30-14:30
14:30-16:15 / Session 5
Network Theories

John Held: Harboring Hidden Histories: Mail Art’s Reception in United States Institutional
Katalin Timár: Theorizing Mail Art: Frameworks and Approaches
Mela Dávila-Freire: “Constructive Contact between Us”: Other Books and So by Ulises

Klara Kemp-Welch: Networking the Bloc: Critical Reflections on Art Historical Method

Coffee Break 16:15-16:45
16:45-17:45 Final Discussion