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‚Ghosts, Spectres, Phantoms and The Places Where They Live'
25th of August - 10th of September 2006

  Courses addressed to:
  performers, actors, directors, dancers, choreographers, photographers, 
  media artists and participants interested in art theory.

Application Deadline: 15th of June 2006

  International lecturers (among others):
  Rabih Mroué and Linah Saneh, directors, performers, Beirut, Lebanon; 
Catherine Sullivan, visual artist, director, Los Angeles, U.S.A.; Akram 
Zaatari, film maker, photographer, Beirut, Lebanon; Hans Weigand, 
artist, musician, Vienna, Austria; Olaf Breuning, photographer, Zürich, 
Switzerland; Xavier le Roy, French choreographer, living in Berlin, 
Germany; Meg Stuart, American choreographer, Brussels/Berlin;
  Stefan Kaegi, Suisse director, on the road; Klaus Weber, visual 
artist, Berlin, Germany; Georg Schöllhammer, author, curator, Vienna, 
Austria; Tino Sehgal, artist, London/Berlin and Dorothea Hantelmann, 
art theorist, curator, Berlin; Bojana Cvejic, musicologist, art 
theorist, Belgrad/Brussels and Jan Ritsema, director, Brussels.

  Warsaw Experts in the Blackmarket II (among others):
  The actor Jacek Poniedziałek, the artists: Paweł Althammer, Anna 
Baumgart, Oskar Dawicki, Roman Dziadkiewicz, Krzysztof Gawronkiewicz, 
Zusanna Janin, Jan Mioduszewski, the political activists: Robert 
Biedroń, Ewa Charkiewicz, Jarosław Lipszyc, Magda Mosiewicz, the 
authors and journalists Bartek Chaciński, Kinga Dunin, Anka Grupińska, 
Piotr Paziński, Piotr Rypson, Sławomir Sierakowski, the curators: 
Joanna Mytkowska and Andrzej Przywara Gallery Foksal Foundation; Michał 
Kaczyński and Łukasz Gorczyca, Raster Gallery, Michał Libera, the 
architects: Jacek Dominiczak (Gdańsk),  Przemysław Łukasik and Łukasz 
Zagała Medusa Group (Gliwice); the DJ and radio host Maciej 

  the program is accompanied by
  - Warsaw field trips to ghost spaces, the nearest forest and the 
underground directed by artists
  - lectures, work demonstrations and talks on making things, revenants 
and displacement visible
  - a film program on the undead, spooky ones, vampires, and the 
  - Cargo Sofia-Warszawa by Stefan Kaegi, a truck performance travelling 
through Warsaw

The complete program will be published in the beginning of April 2006

Mobile Academy Warsaw is a project by Hannah Hurtzig and Carolin 
Hochleichter. The project is taking place in the frame of 'Büro 
Kopernikus. German-Polish Cultural Projects', an initiative of 
Kulturstiftung des Bundes (German Federal Cultural Foundation) in 
cooperation with TR Warszawa.
  Honorary President: Prof. Dr. Maria Janion

  Further cooperating partners:
  Akademia Fotografii, Polskie Wydawnictwo Audiowizualne, Teatr 
Narodowy, Kino Luna

  Supported by: Pro Helvetia, French Embassy Warsaw
  Scholarships: Goethe Institut Warsaw, Instytut Adama Mickiewicza, 
Czech Centre Warsaw

  www.mobileacademy-warsaw.com  --------------------

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