Beyond Moscow

Critical Endeavour - Beyond Moscow Presentation & Lectures, NCCA, Moscow / at /

An initial meeting and first presentation of the project Beyond Moscow that will be followed by a research journey and a special Springerin issue in 2015.

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Book launch - 'The Era of Traian Băsescu/ Epoca Traian Basescu'

ro /

Thursday, 20 November 2014, 7 pm

tranzit. ro/ Cluj,
Brassai Samuel Street, nr. 5

We are inviting you to the launching of the book - The Era of Traian Băsescu (Florin Poenaru, Costi Rogozanu coordinators, Tact 2014) followed by a debate about Romania in the last decade.

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Babi Badalov : Brutal memories from the immigration jungle system in the EU

cz /

Babi Badalov, artist, poet and activist, was born in Lerik, a mountain village in Azerbaijan, close to the border with Iran. For the last few years he has lived the life of a nomad, partly through circumstances – after various mishaps he found himself in France, where he was awarded asylum as a political refugee – and partly through the desire to live in society without prejudices where he could be a poet without fear.

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Ten days of discursive projects, performative lectures and yoga practice / sk /

Artists: Cristina David (RO), Erdem Gündüz (TR), Barbara Holub (AT), Graziela Kunsch (BR), Brandon LaBelle (DE/US), Miklós Mécs in collaboration with Judit Fischer, Gábor Kristóf, András Zalavári (HU), School Club: Erik Janeček, Matej Myslovič, Peter Sit (SK)

18 November – 28 November 2014

Curated by:
Berit Fischer and Galeria HIT - Jaro Varga & Dorota Kenderová
in collaboration with

Project coordinators:
Jaro Varga, Dorota Kenderová, Judit Angel,
Lýdia Pribišová, Petra Balíková

Galeria HIT
Hviezdoslavovo námestie 18
Bratislava 811 03

Beskydská 12
Bratislava 811 05

Revolution Without Movement is an experimental and process based discursive project that brings together artistic proposals in contemporary art that aspire dialogue and direct action for positive change in society. It aims to critically rethink established forms of artistic engagement, surveying subtle and non-manipulated forms of resistance to hegemonic powers and looks at artistic approaches that challenge the neoliberal commodification of art and the notions of ‘reputation based economy’ with its emphasis on symbolic capital.

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Pil and Galia Kollectiv: Concrete Ideology / Real Abstraction

cz /

The Pil and Galia Collective accepted an invitation from the Curators and Critics Programme and the Sculpture Studio at UMPRUM, where it will hold a workshop as part of the school’s open days on 17 November on the future of archaeology, which reacts to the newly formed collection at the studio.

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Jaime Vindel

cz /

As part of the Southern Conceptualisms Network, an international platform for work, thought and collective positioning founded towards the end of 2007 by an international group of concerned researchers, I felt the need to intervene politically in the processes being used to neutralize the critical potential of a set of conceptual practices that have arisen in Latin America since the 1960s.

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Screening and presentation with George Doroș / ro /

Al. Lăpușneanu street 7-9
Friday, 7th of November 2014, 7 p.m.

tranzit. ro/ Iaşi is pleased to announce the presentation of George Doros, a presentation which will include two projects developed in the past two years: Oțelul Galați, Romania’s Champion and Chess Club Corod.

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Mediation / Communication / Cooperation as Curatorial / Artistic Practice

Free School for Art Theory and Practice with Julia Schäfer and Antje Schiffers / hu /

Time: November 7-8, 2014
Venue: Auróra, 1084 Budapest, Auróra utca 11.

To participate in the seminar, please send a motivation letter in English until October 31, 2014 at

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Aletha Lablanchy : Paris / Dakar / Paris

cz /

French curator and cultural manager Aletha Lablanchy works in an international context for more than 10 years, particularly on the trajectory between Paris and West Africa.

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András Cséfalvay

artist in residence November 2014, Slovakia /

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Under Ground. The Jiu Valley after 1989

followed by a discussion with GAP members / ro /

Friday, 31 October 2014, 7 pm
tranzit. ro/ Cluj,
Brassai Samuel Street, nr. 5

Concept: Mihaela Michailov și David Schwartz
Distribution: Alice Monica Marinescu, Katia Pascariu, Alexandru Potocean, Andrei Șerban

Music: Bobo Burlăcianu
Video documentation: Vlad Petri
Scenography: Adrian Cristea

The Theatre Under Ground. The Jiu Valley after 1989 project focuses on the quotidian observation and critical analysis of day-to-day life in labourer communities which were hard hit by the political and social change after 1989. The project aims to document the economic situation, the life and work of miners in post-socialism, together with other categories
living in Jiu Valley. The Theatre Under Ground proposes a performative reconstruction of many documentary narratives. These interviews outlined the history of the Jiu Valley communities on the borderline between survival, migration, extinction and a possible revival.

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KKA2 Is the largest bookstore in the world destroying the book market?

cz /

In 1994 Jeff Bezos created Amazon and began selling books around the world. The books were easy to store and were not damaged during transit. As a consequence they could be delivered basically anywhere.

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exhibition project / sk /

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What a body can do

research cycle on performativity / sk /

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Feminist (Art) Institution

seminars, lectures / cz /

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mutual education format / sk /

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The Space of Opportunity

Community based educational program and common space / hu /

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ERSTE Foundation is main partner of tranzit:

ERSTE Stiftung