Christiane Erharter - Čebele v umetnosti / Bees in Art
P74 Gallery

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mar. 20/06/2017 de 18h00 à 19h00/strike>

P74 Gallery
Trg prekomorskih brigad 1
1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia
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Vljudno vabljeni na predavanje kustosinje Christiane Erharter “Čebele v umetnosti” v Center in Galerijo P74 v torek, 20. junija 2017 ob 18. 00 uri.

Prispevek čebel k ekološkemu ravnovesju in varnosti preskrbe s hrano je nesporen. V zadnjih letih so čebele postale nekaj vsakdanjega v urbanem okolju. Fundacija ERSTE se je pridružila rastoči skupnosti urbanih čebelarjev z lastnimi čebeljnaki, lociranimi pod zlato kupolo Secesije v središču Dunaja in na Kampusu ERSTE v neposredni bližini glavne želežniške postaje in pisarne Fundacije ERSTE. Od svojega nastanka leta 2003, ko je fundacija nastala iz prve avstrijske varčevalne banke, je njihov logotip vključeval motiv čebele. Čebela kot simbol varčevalne banke je predstavljala njihovo filozofijo služenja skupnemu dobremu, več desetletij v številnih državah. Nabiralka medu ne označuje zgolj finančnih prihrankov. Predstavlja kulturno pomemben simbol, ki uteleša idejo skrbi za drug drugega.
Christiane Erharter je kustosinja in projektni vodja. Diplomirala je na Akademiji za likovno umetnost na Dunaju in zaključila podiplomski študij iz kritičnih študij na Univerzi Lund. Od leta 2006 je zaposlena v Fundaciji ERSTE, kjer je kurirala in sodelovala pri pripravi razstav mdr.: “Anna Jermolaewa: Good Times, Bad Times,” Zachęta National Gallery in Warsaw and Wrocław Art Center, 2015; “AT YOUR SERVICE – ART AND LABOUR”, Tehnični muzej Dunaj, 2012; Tehnički muzej Zagreb, 2014; “Gender Check – Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe”, MUMOK, Dunaj, 2009. Njena področja raziskav vključujejo (pop) glasbo, vizualno umetnost in feminizem. Leta 2012 je sokurirala razstavo “Rosa Arbeit auf Goldener Straße” o queer umetniški praksi in sodelovala pri pripravi publikacije “Pink Labor on Golden Street”, ki je izšla leta 2015 pri Sternberg Press, Berlin.
Vabljeni!
S predavanjem zaključujemo razstavo “Ekonomija narave” v Centru in Galeriji P74.
Program Zavoda P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. podpirata Ministrstvo za kulturo RS in MOL, Oddelek za kulturo.
Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. je član Asociacije - društvo nevladnih organizacij in samostojnih ustvarjalcev na področju kulture in umetnosti.

Kontakt:
Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E.
Center in Galerija P74, TPB 1, 1000 Ljubljana
www.zavod-parasite.si, www.kapsula.si,
p74info@zavod-parasite.si
m 040 636 011

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Galerijske ure:
ponedeljek – petek 12.00 - 18.00 in po dogovoru; sobota, nedelja zaprto
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You are cordially invited to attend the lecture “Bees in Art” by Christiane Erharter on Tuesday, June 20th at 6.00 pm at the P74 Center and Gallery.
The contribution of bees to ecological balance and food security is indisputable. Over the last few years, more and more bees have been reared and cultivated in urban areas. ERSTE Foundation joined the growing community of urban bee-keepers with its own beehives, one located beneath the Secession’s golden cupola in the city centre of Vienna and another close to ERSTE Foundation’s new offices at Erste Campus. Since its inception in 2003, when ERSTE Foundation evolved out of Erste Oesterreichische Spar-Casse, the first Austrian savings bank, the bee an emblem with profound symbolic significance – has been in the Foundation’s logo. The bee has been the symbol of the savings banks and represented their philosophy of serving the common good for many decades and in many countries. The collector of honey signifies more than financial savings: it has developed into a culturally significant symbol and embodies the idea that social creatures should care for each other. In this presentation I will focus on the bee as a symbol for capitalism, private property and community. I will also present art works in which the bee serves as an icon.
Christiane Erharter is a curator and project manager based in Vienna. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and holds a postgraduate degree in Critical Studies from the University of Lund. She has worked at the Office for Contemporary Art Norway in Oslo and at the Galerie im Taxispalais in Innsbruck. Since 2006 she is working for ERSTE Foundation, conceptualizing and curating exhibitions, such as “Anna Jermolaewa: Good Times, Bad Times,” (Zachęta National Gallery in Warsaw and Wrocław Art Center, 2015); “AT YOUR SERVICE – ART AND LABOUR” (Technisches Museum Wien, 2012; Tehnički muzej Zagreb, 2014); “Gender Check – Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe” (MUMOK, Vienna, 2009). Her research areas include (pop) music, visual art, and feminism. In 2012 she co-curated the exhibition “Rosa Arbeit auf Goldener Straße” on Queer Art Practices; an English speaking publication entitled “Pink Labor on Golden Streets” was published in 2015 with Sternberg Press, Berlin.
The programme of the P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Institute is supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia and by the Municipality of Ljubljana, Department for Culture.
Contact:
Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E.
P74 Gallery, Trg prekomorskih brigad 1, 1000 Ljubljana
www.zavod-parasite.si, www.kapsula.si
p74info@zavod-parasite.si
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