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Jana Mellnerová Šuteková: The Memory of Water – Archeology Hidden in Dams

lecture / sk /


Date: June 12, 2019 at 6 pm

Venue: tranzit.sk, Beskydská 12, Bratislava

The event will be conducted in Slovak.

The event is part of the program related to the exhibition Liquid Horizons on view at tranzit.sk until July 6, 2019.

ERSTE Foundation is main partner of tranzit.
The event was supported using public funds provided by Slovak Arts Council.


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Pathos Management, No. 3.

Conversation series about the past and the present of topoi in Hungarian art / hu /


Time: June 11, 2019, 6 pm to 8 pm
Venue: Vasas Szakszervezeti Szövetség Székháza [Vasas Federation of Metalworkers' Union], Magdolna u. 5-7., Budapest 1086

# 3 Kitti Gosztola: The Depths of Extraction, 2017, steel cast, 70 x 50 cm, Dunaferr-Art Dunaújváros Foundation. Photo by Alex Martin

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Moi Tran - Reconfiguring the Value of Sadness. Where do we place our value?

performance + discussion with the artist / cz /


Moi Tran, Born in Vietnam with Chinese Heritage.
A refugee of the Vietnam War, her work examines the effects of Dis/placement and narratives in Diaspora. In an ever-evolving negotiation she calls this process the ‘Eternal detour of identity’. An Artist, Researcher and Designer based in the UK exploring intersections between Contemporary Art and Performance.

7th June 2019
6.30pm Performance - Burning to the End
7.00pm Artist Sharing of Research Paper Reconfiguring the Value of Sadness

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Ali Cherri: Water Blues

artist talk / screening / discussion / sk /


Date: May 30, 2019 at 6 pm

Venue: Foajé, Štefánikova 16, Bratislava

The event will be conducted in English.

Co-organized by tranzit.sk and Kapitál.

The event is part of the program related to the exhibition Liquid Horizons on view at tranzit.sk until July 6, 2019.

ERSTE Foundation is main partner of tranzit.
The event was supported using public funds provided by Slovak Arts Council.


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CRITICAL PEDAGOGY, DEMOCRATIC EDUCATION, SELF-ORGANIZATION

String of workshops + panel on critical pedagogy / ro /


30th May & 20th June 2019

Our series of events will try to explore the topics of pedagogy and representation within two workshops and a panel discussion: on the 30th May during the reading seminar conducted by the Save As group (Mentés Másként) we can learn the basics of critical pedagogy, which will be used for the activities (on the 20th June) of the Deviszont Community Space (Deviszont Közösségi Tér) for high school students. The series of workshops will be followed by an open panel discussion with the members of the Deviszont Community Space and the Save As group.

Invitees:
Save As: Jakab Villő Hanga, Gegő Virág (Cluj Napoca)
Deviszont Community Space: Szarka Alexandra, Fernengel Ágnes (Budapest)

Moderator: Gegő Virág

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Pathos Management, No. 2.

Conversation series about the past and the present of topoi in Hungarian art / hu /


Time: May 21, 2019, 6 pm to 8 pm
Venue: Vasas Szakszervezeti Szövetség Székháza [Vasas Federation of Metalworkers' Union], Magdolna u. 5-7., Budapest 1086

#2 Société Réaliste, 19?9, 2010, c-print, 100 x 100 cm, Institute of Contemporary Art, Dunaújváros

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Daydream for a Countryside in Town

An intervention by the group Les Pas Perdus / ro /


Initiated by the group of visual artists Les Pas Perdus – Guy-André Lagesse, Nicolas Barthélemy, Jérôme Rigaut in the framework of the France-Romania Season 2018/2019 and the Night of the museums 2019

Opening: Saturday 18 May 2019 from 8 p.m. to midnight
The intervention will remain visible in the Tranzit Garden until the 18th of June 2019
tranzit.ro/ Bucuresti, Str. Gazelei 44, sector 4

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stealing earth

A presentation by Karan Shrestha / ro /


Saturday, 18 May 2019, 6:30 pm
tranzit.ro/Bucuresti, Str. Gazelei 44, sector 4

We invite you to a presentation by Karan Shrestha and an informal discussion with him about his work and about the artistic scene in the places where he lives.

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Symposium: Who Are We Talking With? What Can Institutions Unlearn from Artists

symposium / cz /


Symposium Who Are We Talking With? What Can Institution Unlearn from Artist is a part of the first edition of The Matters of Art, Biennale of Contemporary Art curated by Vít Havránek and Tereza Stejskalová which is to take place in Prague, in June 2020.

During two days in May 2019, 17 guests of the symposium will contribute with their speaches on the topic of existing and possible relations between artist / art institution and the public.

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Mikuláš Huba - The Two Faces of Large Dams

lecture and presentation / sk /


Date: May 16, 2019 at 6pm

Venue: tranzit.sk, Beskydská 12, Bratislava

The event will be conducted in Slovak.


The event is part of the program related to the exhibition Liquid Horizons on view at tranzit.sk until July 6, 2019.

ERSTE Foundation is main partner of tranzit.

This project was supported by public funding provided by the Slovak Arts Council.


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Notes on Contemporary Art in Kosovo

Book promotion in Pristina, Kosovo / at /


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COMPETING NARRATIVES

ro /


1st of May – 1st of June 2019
tranzit.ro/ Iaşi
Al. Lăpuşneanu street, no. 7-9, Iaşi

COMPETING NARRATIVES EXHIBITION was realised following the research of the written media from 1990 to 2000 in Romania. The research was made by the Iaşi based historians: MARIUS ALEXANDRU DAN and ALEXANDRU ŢÎRDEA.

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Daydream for a Countryside in Town

An intervention by the group Les Pas Perdus / ro /

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Liquid Horizons

exhibition / sk /

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Whose Europe? The “New Europe” and Controversy around the European Idea

International Conference in Yerevan, Armenia, and Local Discussions and Interventions in Belarus, Georgia, Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova / at /

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URBAN IMAGINATION SEMINAR

mutual education format / sk /

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Feminist (Art) Institution

seminars, lectures / cz /

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ERSTE Foundation is main partner of tranzit:

ERSTE Stiftung