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INVITATION: NEW MEDIA IN OUR HANDS / Roma New Media Artists in Central-Europe

INVITATION: NEW MEDIA IN OUR HANDS / Roma New Media Artists in Central-Europe

Opening celebration on the International Roma Day

April 8. 2011, 17:00

Menü Pont, Kunsthalle, Budapest
 
 
Vera Duzdova, Lada Gaziova, Gipsy.cz, András Kállai, Henrik Kállai, Roland Korponovics, József Kővári, Omara, André J.Raatzsch, László Siroki
Curator: Sarolta Péli
  
The exhibition presents artists from Central Europe - Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic - showing how Roma art is using developing technologies to explore its cultural, political and aesthetic possibilities. It offers a new reading for political and artistic actions, performances, non-profit and virtual activities in the contemporary artistic context. It exhibits new phenomena such as the creative formation of social and artistic networks, it explores the conscious media and public appearances of Roma artists, it presents interactive community projects which use modern technologies to achieve the highest possible impact for their dissemination and multiplication by using the means offered by computer technology and online solutions. 
Supporting partners: International Visegrad Fund, Műcsarnok, FROKK, IHP Kft, PR World
Image on the invitation: André J.Raatzsch: Manifesto on the occasion of arrival of Roma/Gypsy artists to Hungary, drawing and print on paper (detail), 2011.
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Call for Applications - Roma New Media Art in Central Europe exhibition

Call for Applications - Roma New Media Art in Central Europe exhibition

ERCF closed the extended application deadline on March 15, 2011! The Roma New Media Art in Central Europe exhibition is the result of a process that is based on observing the changes and new tendencies in the Roma art community in Central Europe. In the past few years, partly due to the call of the second Roma pavilion for new media artworks with saturating effect, and partly thanks to the rise of Roma artists receiving official fine art education, the attention of Roma artists more intensely turned towards media art and new media.

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ERCF contributed to the VOCABULARY OF DECOLONIALITY

ERCF contributed to the VOCABULARY OF DECOLONIALITY

The VOCABULARY OF DECOLONIALITY introduces the concept of decoloniality as an option for the contention of contemporary forms of subjugation under neo-liberal global capitalism that is based on historical colonialism and maintains continuities with it. Reading writers such as Frantz Fanon, bell hooks, Belinda Kazeem, Nicola Lauré al-Samarai, Walter Mignolo and Peggy Piesche and relating their ideas to the current state of capitalism, migration, racism, class, gender etc., the editors with the name Editorial Group for Writing Insurgent Genealogies decided that it is necessary to reformulate the existing vocabulary and to re-propose new terminology and meaning connecting art and politics.

Editorial Group for Writing Insurgent Genealogies are students, alumni, phd students and professors: Carolina Agredo, Sheri Avraham, Iris Borovcnik, Annalisa Cannito, Miltiadis Gerothanasis, Marina Grzinic, Niki Kubaczek, Marissa Lobo, Ivana Marjanovic.

The book is the project from the Class for Post-Conceptual Art Practices run by the Professor Marina Grzinic at the Academy of Fine arts in Vienna. It was initiated by the wokshop on decoloniality organized by Ivana Marjanovic within the class program.

More information: http://m1.antville.org/main

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FIRST PSEUDO MANIFEST translated to Lovary (Roma) language

FIRST PSEUDO MANIFEST translated to Lovary (Roma) language

ERCF voluntered to translate the FIRST PSZEUDO MANIFEST to Lovary language. The exhibition Pseudo 40 Pauer 70 was organized in the Art Collection of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, on the 30th of November 2010, for the 40th anniversary of the publication of the Pseudo Manifest, and for the 70th birthday of Gyula Pauer, the member of the Szechenyi Literature Museum and the Hungarian Academy of Art.

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Central European Roma Art Initiative: Khamoro International Gypsy Festival, Prague - Roma Production Association, Bratislava - ERCF, Budapest

Central European Roma Art Initiative: Khamoro International Gypsy Festival, Prague - Roma Production Association, Bratislava - ERCF, Budapest

The ERCF team has won the Support of the Visegrad Fund in December 2010 and is initiating a Central European co-operation with a Slovakian (Roma Production NGO) and a Czech Partner (Khamoro Festival) to identify young Roma contemporary artists and to present new tendencies in Roma contemporary art, such as new media, public art, etc.

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