Шановна аудиторія та учасники, я ,Марія Гончар, редактор та куратор проекту “TV has attacked us all our lives, now we fight back. Now we make our own TV/Nam June Paik” на ТК”Одеса” маю велику честь оголосити та констатувати, що трансляції більше ніколи не буде. Причини не вказані. Архів записів буде присутній на сайті nowwemakeourowntv.org до 2017 року. Проект http://nowwemakeourowntv.org/ фіксувався за допомогою цифрової камери Olympus Imaging Corp. SP-700 DC 3.7V D33235 , тому що японські директори компанії Olympus на це заслужили. Вічна пам’ять славним директорам компанії Olympus! Електрона пошта проекту буде дійсною до кінця 2017 року: firstname.lastname@example.org Dear audience and participants, I am Mariia Gonchar, as curator and editor of project “TV has attacked us all our lives, now we fight back. Now we make our own TV/Nam June Paik” on TV Channel “Odessa”, I have big honour to state that the broadcast will no longer be carried out. Reasons are not specified. Archive items will be available until 2017 year on nowwemakeourowntv.org. Project http://nowwemakeourowntv.org/ was recorded with a digital camera Olympus Imaging Corp. SP-700 DC 3.7V D33235, because Japanese directors of Olympus deserve it. Memory eternal. For glorious directors of Olympus! Email will be valid until the end of 2017: email@example.com
Zachęta – National Gallery of Art is an institution whose mission is to popularise contemporary art as an important element of socio-cultural life. A place where the most interesting phenomena of 20th and 21st century art are presented. The gallery stages temporary exhibitions. Among the outstanding Polish and foreign artists whose works have been shown in its historical, over 100 years old interiors are Paweł Althamer, Marlene Dumas, Luc Tuymans, Jan Lebenstein, Zbigniew Libera, Daniel Liebeskind, Tadeusz Kantor, Katarzyna Kozyra, Yayoi Kusama, Niki de Saint Phalle, Wilhelm Sasnal, Alina Szapocznikow or Wolfgang Tillmans. Zachęta also holds widely discussed problem exhibitions such as 20th-Century Classics; Revolutions 1968; Gender Check. Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe; In God We Trust; Progress and Hygiene; Cannibalism? On Appropriation in Art; or Just After the War. Some of the works created by artists for specific exhibitions are donated to, or acquired for the Zachęta collection. History of exhibitions: 15 January – 6 February 1955, Exhibition of art of the Ukrainian SSR in Zachęta National Gallery of Art (Central Bureau for Art Exhibitions), Polish People’s Republic. 145 soviet artists took part and 330 art works were exhibited, there were members of the Odessa Regional Branch of the Union of Soviet Artists of Ukraine: […]
Broadcast Announcement October 17, 2015, Saturday, at 12:00 (min: +-15) Frederico Evaristo / São Paulo, Federative Republic of Brazil “Rastros / Traces”, 3’49”, 2015, Federative Republic of Brazil Alexander Isaenko / Odessa, Ukraine “Abstractorium” (witn Yanina Boldyreva. Novosibirsk / Russian Federation), 25’46”, ℗2013 October 18, 2015, Sunday, at 12:45 (min: +-15) Sajad Moosavi / Islamic Republic of Iran “The Salt Man”, Russian language, 15′, 2015, Islamic Republic of Iran Badr El Hammami / Kingdom of Morocco, Valence, French Republic “Memory #2”, 6′, 2012, primary school of “Moulay Rachid” in Al Hoceima, Kingdom of Morocco Daniel Djamo / Bucharest, Romania “Cleaning the Flag”, 9’01”, June 2014, Nogent sur Vernisson, French Republic October 24, 2015, Saturday, at 12:00 (min: +-15) Eva Lis / London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland “Darker”, 10’01”, 2015, United Mexican States Sarawut Chutiwongpeti / Bangkok, Kingdom of Thailand, Swiss Confederation Video installation series of Untitled (Wishes, Lies and Dreams >> Peaceful…), 9’48”, 2014, Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka Louis Liu / Hothothot / Amsterdam, Kingdom of the Netherlands “Zone of Urgency”, 13’11”, 2014, Kingdom of the Netherlands October 25, 2015, Sunday, at 12:45 (min: +-15) Jack Fisher / United Kingdom of Great Britain and […]
During the period from 29 August 2015 to 27 September 2015 project “TV has attacked us all our lives, now we fight back. Now we make our own TV/Nam June Paik” will be a part of Fourth Odessa Biennale of Contemporary Art “MANIFESTO” parallel program. Miroslav Kulchitsky and Mikhail Rashkovetsky curator’s concept of the main 2015 Odessa Biennale project can be found on official Odessa Biennale web-site: http://2015.odesa-biennale.org.ua/en/concept.html 2015 Odessa Biennale is organized by the Museum of Odessa Modern Art. 2015 project presentation will take place in the venues of Odessa museums and galleries, as well as in alternative spaces. 2015 program includes conferences, round tables, panel discussions and an educational program. Participants of Fourth Odessa Biennale of Contemporary Art “MANIFESTO” parallel program within project “TV has attacked us all our lives, now we fight back. Now we make our own TV/Nam June Paik”: Alexander Ugay / Almaty, Kazakhstan Bureau of initiative architecture “Gypsy Architects” / Kiev, Ukraine Serge Poliakov / Odessa, Ukraine Oksana Chepelyk / Kiev, Ukraine Паралельна програма Одеської бієнале сучасного мистецтва – 2015 MANIFESTO 29 Серпня 2015 року о 12:00 (+-15 хвилин), субота, ТК “Одеса” Олександр Угай / Алмати, Казахстан “Хто бачить той не розуміє, хто розуміє той не бачить”, фільм, 6’16”, 2015, Алмати, Казахстан “Земля і форма”, фільм колаж, 16’47”, 2013-2015 […]
Within project “TV has attacked us all our lives, now we fight back. Now we make our own TV/Nam June Paik” on TV and Radio channel “Odessa”, from 31 August 2013 till 13 September 2015, there were 198 broadcasts of curatorial selections of intellectual property of visual and media artists, art activists, art and cultural institutions from Ukraine, Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Republic of Moldova, Armenia, Netherlands, Romania, Germany, Poland, Turkey, Thailand, USA, Canada, France, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, Hungary, Austria, the UK, Cuba, Brazil. Total airtime of project “TV has attacked us all our lives, now we fight back. Now we make our own TV/Nam June Paik” broadcast provided by Co.Ltd “RIO” from 31 August 2013 till 13 September 2015 is 6044 minutes / 100 hours 44 minutes. Project “TV has attacked us all our lives, now we fight back. Now we make our own TV/Nam June Paik” was awarded Grand Prize in Contest for the best projects of cross-border cooperation in category Culture within Congress of initiatives in Eastern Europe in Lublin, Poland. Within scholarship program “Gaude Polonia” established by Minister of Culture and National Heritage of Poland WRO ART CENTER and Galeria ArtBrut /Stowarzyszenie Świat Nadziei video archive and documentation, […]
1. Visual and media artists, art and cultural institutions provide free license for their intellectual property for broadcast one-time or number of times. 2. Regulatory copyright agreements are signed between project and visual and media artists, art and cultural institutions. 3. Co.Ltd “RIO” provided 6044 minutes (13/09/2015) of airtime on TV and Radio channel “Odessa”. 4. Market price of airtime minute is 2–3 USD VAT in Odessa, Ukraine. 5. Since 31 August 2013 Co.Ltd “RIO” has provided technical assistance to project broadcast. 6. Project was supported by scholarship program “Gaude Polonia” established by Minister of Culture and National Heritage of Poland from 2 February to 30 July 2014. 7. Natural contribution is made by curator Mariia Gonchar during the entire project duration.
In Odessa region cultural diversity issues are closely related to the demographic changes. Due to “All-Ukrainian Census of 2001 Official Site” (in Ukrainian) Ukrainians make up a majority (62 percent) of Odessa’s inhabitants, along with an ethnic Russian minority (29 percent). “Ukrainian Municipal Survey, March 2–20, 2015” by the International Republican Institute found that 68% of Odessa was ethnic Ukrainian, and 25% ethnic Russian, 5% of Odessa was other nationalities and minority ethnic groups including Albanians, Armenians, Azeris, Crimean Tatars, Bulgarians, Georgians, Greeks, Jews, Poles, Belarusians, Moldovans, Romanians, Turks, among others. In 2015, the languages spoken at home were Russian – 78%, Ukrainian – 6%, and an equal combination of Ukrainian and Russian – 15%, other nationalities and minority ethnic groups languages – 1%. Up until the early 1940s Odessa also had a large Jewish population (200,961 people (33.26%) in 1939). As the result of mass deportation to extermination camps during the Second World War, the city’s Jewish population declined considerably. Since the 1970s (emigration period of “cold war” and fourth wave of emigration), the majority of the remaining Jewish population emigrated to Israel and other countries, shrinking the Jewish community of Odessa (13,400 people (0.6%) in 2001). (Wiki) Task of project “TV has attacked us all our lives, now we […]