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Mitschnitte von Veranstaltungen des Tschechischen Zentrums Berlin zu verschiedenen Themen – von Architektur über Gesellschaft und Kunst zu Wissenschaft.

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Mitschnitte von Veranstaltungen des Tschechischen Zentrums Berlin zu verschiedenen Themen – von Architektur über Gesellschaft und Kunst zu Wissenschaft.

    Ableton User Group Berlin & Prague // Initiatives & Collectives

    Ableton User Group Berlin & Prague // Initiatives & Collectives

    Recorded 18.10.2019 at Tschechisches Zentrum Berlin

    Musicians, educators and organizers Donna Maya and Mary C hosted another meet-up, focusing on collaboration. Collectives, initiatives and crews of the electronic music scene in Prague and Berlin discussed how theycollaborate and how visions, that takes more than two, can be realized.

    Featuring:
    Donna Maya (Ableton User Group Berlin, Beats by Girlz Berlin), Mary C (Ableton User Group Prague, Synth Library Prague, Czech Radio Wave), Zuzana Přikrylová (MEETUP Berlin), Nasya Nafigina (Lovely, Mezipatra, Lunchmeat Collective), Zeynab Guey (Add Zine)

    Organized in cooperation with the Ableton User Groups Prague and Berlin and Synth Library Prague

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    • 1 Std. 34 Min.
    archint_1989_cz:de: Iconic Ruins? Representative Socialist Architecture in the four Visegrad Countries

    archint_1989_cz:de: Iconic Ruins? Representative Socialist Architecture in the four Visegrad Countries

    Recorded 05.12.2019 at Tschechisches Zentrum Berlin

    Focusing primarily on politically prominent post-war public investment projects in the former state-socialist countries Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia (also called the Visegrad Group), the evening explored where the state’s ambitions of power and the architects’ creative ideas connected and where they clashed. How is the society’s relationship to these buildings and how is each of the Visegrad countries handling this heritage from the socialist era?

    Featuring:

    Petr Vorlík (CZ), architect and architecture historian. Co-curator of the Iconic ruins? exhibition. He works in the Department of Theory and History of Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture, Czech Technical University (CTU) in Prague.

    Peter Szalay (SK), architecture historian and theoretician. He works as a researcher at the Department of Architecture, Institute of History at the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava.

    Anna Cymer (PL), architecture historian and journalist. She is the author of the book Architektura w Polsce 1945 - 1989 (Architecture in Poland 1945 - 1989) and co-curator of the Iconic ruins? exhibition.

    Dániel Kovács (HU), art historian, architectural critic, chief editor of Epiteszforum.hu and curator of the Hungarian Pavilion at the 17. International Architecture Exhibition in Venice.

    Bettina Güldner (DE), art and design historian, curator of art and design exhibitions.

    On the occasion of this discussion a small exhibition Iconic Ruins? tracing the evolution of socialist architecture in the countries of the Visegrad Group will be shown. The exhibition was created as part of Shared Cities: Creative Momentum - an international network for creative discourse at the intersection of architecture, art, urbanism and the sharing economy, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

    archint_1989_cz:de is an event series focusing on the architecture and monuments from the post-war period and how they have been dealt with since the Velvet Revolution and the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Why does our freedom often manifest as the freedom to destroy or simply just to forget? Can these actions be seen themselves as not only interventions but as actual monuments to the regained freedom, reunification and post-1989 transformation? Should these works of art and architecture be disconnected from their political connotations and instead be respected for their artistic value? Is it a question of East – West division? Here, Czech and German architectural theoreticians will present their new projects and discuss them.

    Partners of the event series: Embassy of the Czech Republic in Berlin, Collegium Hungaricum Berlin, Polish Institute Berlin, Slovak Institute in Berlin, EUNIC Berlin.

    Graphic design: Iveta Krajcirova, Deconstructed

    • 1 Std. 37 Min.
    archint_1989_cz:de: Monuments of Freedom and Reunification

    archint_1989_cz:de: Monuments of Freedom and Reunification

    Recorded 14.11.2019 at Tschechisches Zentrum Berlin

    The attempts for regaining freedom culminated in the Czech Republic with the Velvet Revolution in November 1989. In the same month also the Berlin Wall fell, which led to the German reunification in 1990. What are the monuments of the regained freedom and reunification? What are the natural monuments – which places do remind us of these actions in Prague and in Berlin? What do the official monuments look like? How were the circumstances of their creation? And how would the ideal monuments look like and what role should they play in the cities in the eyes of art historians Anežka Bartlová and Sophie Jung?

    archint_1989_cz:de is an event series focusing on the architecture and monuments from the post-war period and how they have been dealt with since the Velvet Revolution and the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Why does our freedom often manifest as the freedom to destroy or simply just to forget? Can these actions be seen themselves as not only interventions but as actual monuments to the regained freedom, reunification and post-1989 transformation? Should these works of art and architecture be disconnected from their political connotations and instead be respected for their artistic value? Is it a question of East – West division? Here, Czech and German architectural theoreticians will present their new projects and discuss them.

    Partners of the event series: Embassy of the Czech Republic in Berlin, Collegium Hungaricum Berlin, Polish Institute Berlin, Slovak Institute in Berlin, EUNIC Berlin.

    Photo by Ústav pro soudobé dějiny AV ČR: Memorial of the Student Demonstrations of 17 November, in Prague (1990, sculptor Otakar Příhoda)
    Graphic design: Iveta Krajcirova, Deconstructed

    • 1 Std. 24 Min.
    30 Jahre Freiheit: Eine Bilanz der Träume und Erwartungen Mitteleuropas

    30 Jahre Freiheit: Eine Bilanz der Träume und Erwartungen Mitteleuropas

    Aufnahme des Tschechischen Zentrum Berlin aus dem Kinosaal der Botschaft der Tschechischen Republik vom 18.11.2019

    Die Podiumsdiskussion beleuchtete die Ereignisse des Novembers 1989 aus den Blickwinkeln aktiv Beteiligter aus der Tschechischen Republik, Deutschland und Polen. Wie blicken die Menschen in diesen drei Ländern auf die Entwicklungen der vergangenen 30 Jahre und auch auf die Feierlichkeiten in diesem Jahr?

    Es diskutierten Małgorzata Bochwic-Ivanovska, Daniel Herman und Robert Grünbaum, Moderation: Tomáš Sacher.

    Eine gemeinsame Veranstaltung von: Tschechisches Zentrum Berlin, Polnisches Institut Berlin, Bundesstiftung zur Aufarbeitung der SED-Diktatur, Botschaft der Tschechischen Republik in Berlin.

    • 1 Std. 18 Min.
    XYZ project w/ Mark Reeder, Robert Carrithers

    XYZ project w/ Mark Reeder, Robert Carrithers

    Recorded 15.2.2019 at Tschechisches Zentrum Berlin

    What was the difference between the music innovations in Prague and Berlin in the 1990s? Two cities affected by similar aspects, with a vastly different musical journey. This question was discussed by Mark Reeder, Robert Carrithers and two of the artists behind XYZ project Oliver Torr and Jakob Schubert, as well as Martin Kulhanek (Fleika). The talk was chaired by Peter Kirn (CDM), and was an informal conversation about Mark’s and Robert’s links to the Czech music and art scene, which are not discussed as much in popular culture as other European music scenes linked to the two artists.

    • 1 Std. 4 Min.
    Vom Verse schmuggeln. Ein Übersetzergespräch

    Vom Verse schmuggeln. Ein Übersetzergespräch

    Aufnahme aus dem Tschechischen Zentrum Berlin vom 27.03.2019

    Mit den Übersetzer*innen Kathrin Janka (Parsteinsee), Mirko Kraetsch (Berlin), Martina Lisa (Leipzig) sowie dem Dichter und Übersetzer Pavel Novotný (Liberec, Tschechien)

    Beim letzten poesiefestival berlin haben sich 12 Dichter/innen aus Tschechien und Deutschland beim VERSschmuggel-Workshop jeweils paarweise gegenseitig übersetzt. Dabei standen ihnen kundige Literaturübersetzer/innen zur Seite, die sprachliche und kulturelle Brücken bauten und im kreativen Prozess vermittelten. Drei von Ihnen sind Kathrin Janka, Mirko Kraetsch und Martina Lisa. Pavel Novotný hat als Dichter am Projekt teilgenommen, kennt aber auch die Tätigkeit des Übersetzens, denn er überträgt Poesie aus dem Deutschen ins Tschechische. Sie alle berichteten von der Werkstattarbeit und sprachen über die Fragen und Themen, die sie in ihrer täglichen Arbeit als Übersetzer aus dem Tschechischen ins Deutsche bzw. umgekehrt umtreiben. Pavel Novotný, der sich als experimenteller Dichter und Performer einen Namen gemacht hat, stellte außerdem seine Poesie vor.

    Eine Veranstaltung des Haus für Poesie und des Tschechischen Zentrums Berlin.

    Die Lesereise zur deutsch-tschechischen VERSschmuggel-Anthologie wurde gefördert durch den Deutsch-Tschechischen Zukunftsfonds, das Kulturministerium der Tschechischen Republik und das Tschechische Literaturzentrum, Sektion der Mährischen Landesbibliothek in Brno.

    • 1 Std. 27 Min.

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