Curator: Mona Liem (ID), Utami Atasia Ishii (ID), Ady Setyawan (ID); Widi P. Pangestu (ID); Natlab collective (DE/FR/BE); MATER collective (ID); Diaspora collective (ID)
JOURNEY: 6 ARTWORKS on INFINITY, AN ADAPTATION MOVEMENT OF GARDEN INDONESIA ONLINE EXHIBITION: The six cutting-edge artworks will represent the Zeitgeist through Indonesian wisdom.
Diana Marincu (RO), Sanja Kojić Mladenov (RS), Danica Bićanić (RS), Andrea Medar (RO), Liliana Mercioiu Popa (RO), Oana Paula Vainer (RO/DE), Dragan Vojvodić (RS), Anica Vučetić (RS)
Art dialogue: As two geographically and culturologically close cities and proclaimed European Capitals of Culture 2021, Novi Sad – Timisoara has been an integral part Danube Dialogues Festival continuously since 2016.
Ban Nong Tao, Lazy Man Coffee, Invisible Flock, Jennifer Katanyoutanant, Siwakorn Odochao , Land Body Ecologies
The Ban Nong Tao Garden presents Walk Like a Bee, a living documentary that merges the science of rotational farming with Pgak’yau folk wisdom to share multiple perspectives around fire forests and spiritual connection. Viewers connect with Northern Thailand’s ecosystem by encountering the same granular decisions that indigenous communities consider when safeguarding their forest homes against the backdrop of colonial conservation policies.
Reza Kianian (IR), Dr Ghotbedin Sadeghi (IR), Dr Esmaeil Shafiee (IR), Moein Mohebalian (IR)
There are some interviews about student theater subjects with famous artists in cinema, theater and performing arts of Iran, particularly about (acting journey, academic life, experimental life, Interview of Moein Mohebalian with Reza Kiyaniyan, actor, theater director and writer), (University theater committee/theatrical society, Interview with Professor Ghotbedin Sadeghi, director, author, researcher, translator, faculty member of university) interview with associate professor Esmaeel Shafiee, Director, researcher, author, and faculty member of Tehran art university about student university theater. All the artists come from Iran.
Science Gallery Dublin (IE) featuring work by Mushon Zer-Aviv (IL), Libby Heaney (GB), Johann Diedrick (US), and Noah Levenson (US)
Explore AI, ethics, trust and justice by spending some time navigating and interacting with a brand-new exhibition platform designed exclusively by Science Gallery Dublin for online use.
Chuli HERRERA (CU)
My painting is indebted to the great masters of painting who have had an impact on visual memory and collective culture. In this sense, social networks are a repository in which the visual culture of our time is poured out in real-time.
Creative School (INT), Pier Giacomo Sola (IT), Andrew Newman (AU/AT), Jo-Anne Sunderland Bowe (UK), Deborah Hustic (HR)
Im Rahmen des Projekts Creative School werden Lernmodule für Kinder und LehrerInnen entwickelt, die selbstgesteuertes Lernen sowie kritisches und visuelles Denken fördern, indem sie Inhalte des kulturellen Erbes nutzen, die von den Partnerorganisationen in Europa zur Verfügung gestellt werden. In diesem Panel werden einige der im Rahmen des Projekts entwickelten offenen Bildungsressourcen vorgestellt.
Talk/Panel Discussion – The exhibition at the Lehar theatre in Bad Ischl is a Quasi-experimental pretest-posttest design intervention.
Alitza Cardona Collazo – PR – Speaker, Irene Esteves Amador – PR – Speaker, Antonio Martínez Collazo – PR – Speaker
This Webinar Series presents different documentation approaches and methods using digital technologies for cultural heritage conservation and preservation.
Hiraku Ogura (JP)
Miso, soy sauce, sake, and koji are fermented foods that are indispensable to the Japanese diet. Hiraku Ogura is a fermentation designer who aims to make the microorganisms visible through design. In collaboration with brewers and researchers across Japan, he has developed a few projects on the theme of fermentation and microorganisms, including product development, production of picture books and animated films and workshops.
Art X Company (IN), Arts & Culture Resources India (IN)
This networking mixer is themed on the digital evolution of artistic work and performances, innovations since 2020, and collaboration possibilities in India.
Konstantin Đuričković (RS), Jelena Gajinović (RS), Aleksandar Danguzov (RS), Edvard Winters (RS), Goran Despotovski (RS)
This topic explores the idea of imagination, as a link between reality and fiction, physicality and everything that exists.
Krzysztof Wodiczko (PL) , Ryszard W. Kluszczyński (PL), Oksana Dovgopolova (UA), Moderator: Kateryna Filyuk (UA)
In the second half of the 20th century, after the atrocities of World War II, humanity faced the need to comprehend the indescribable. Figuring out how to live with the knowledge of terror and yet to remain human became a problem in and of itself.
Chanho Kim(KR), Yongho Heo(KR), Young Yim Doh(KR), Sun Park(KR) Jing Yang(HK), Clarence Ng Kian Peow(SG), Gilles Jobin(CH), Kiheon Shin(KR)
The Lecture series notes humor as a human-specific value, especially for the current post-corona situation, which has rapidly shifted to digital society. To share various discourses surrounding humor as a language of empathy and communication, it consists of three days: „Day 1. Humor for Community“, „Day 2. Humor for Play“, and „Day 3. Humor for Future Creativity“. Through the lectures of experts working in various fields such as cultural anthropology, psychology, games and art, we will discover how to turn the crisis into an opportunity and explore the value of humor as a possibility for the future.
Claudia Müller (CL), Elisa Balmaceda (CL), Etienne de France (FR), Gregorio Fontén (CL), Marcos Sánchez (CL)
The virtual journey this audiovisual exhibition sets us on – flowing down from the sky, onto the middle-layer forest, exploring the insides of trees, down to their roots and into the bodies of water, to finalize in an exploration of new forms of future natural elements – is a combination of visions.
SaaWee: Sita Chay(KR), Jihye Kim(KR), Insoo Park(KR)
‚New Ritual‘ is a spiritual performance that combines Korean shamanic rhythms, traditional mask dance, and modern musical language to embrace humanity and heal the wounds of modern society. The performance has five sections and begins with an entry into an artistic spiritual trance through counterclockwise motion.
Insun Park’s ‚The Purpose of the Talchum‘ (2021) approaches the Korean traditional mask dance from a modern perspective, focusing on the roles of women and disability in the mask dance. It also poses questions on how the mask dance can reach out to and interact with audiences.
Luz A. Crespo Valentín (PR), Brad Dean (PR), Johnny Lugo Vega (PR)
As part of our approach to this year’s theme, A New Digital Deal, we want to showcase the Puerto Rico Science, Technology and Research Trust’s mission to apply digital technology, innovation and research to resolve the social challenges that afflict Puerto Rican communities.
Ken Furudate (JP), Hosoo (JP)
Quasicrystal is an R&D project by Ken Furudate , an artist, engineer, and musician, and Hosoo, a long-established Kyoto Nishijin weaving company, focusing on the fundamental component of textiles, the weave structure.
Moderator: Johnny Lugo Vega, PhD (PR), Shirley McPhaul MA, PRSTRT-CHIP (PR)
This webinar series explores how technology access has a concrete (and potential) social transformative effect when applied to cultural heritage conservation and cultural production. When it comes to cultural heritage conservation, the decaying infrastructure of historic buildings is a real problem, even more so in rural areas. It is clear that digital tools facilitate cultural heritage preservation for future generations.
Kumoratih Kushardjanto (Negeri Rempah Foundation), (ID)
Story a glimpse of the history of the spice route in the Indonesian archipelago (pre-colonial) local wisdom/knowledge preserved in tradition the spice route and how it has changed the world today
Charles Koroneho (NZ) Te Toki Haruru
“The Song” is a performance of poetic retrieval, a moment in time capturing the lives, voices and bodies of tribal artists living in 1950 -70’s New Zealand.
Margarita Köhl (AT) Angelika Simma-Wallinger (AT), Hanno Loewy (AT), Mira Loew & David Altweger (AT/ UK), Florian Ramsebner (AT), Marilena Tumler (AT) , Roland Bernhard (AT), Mark Neuner (AT), Wolfgang Simma-Wallinger (AT), Philipp J. Ehmann (AT), Karin Bleiweiss (AT)
Taking the notion of “disruptive innovation” as a starting point, the Garden Vorarlberg is set out to challenge prevailing, techno-economically driven ideas of future development. What is defined as disruptive, depends on those orders and systems that are interrupted, disturbed or destroyed by disruption. But how can we disrupt by design in the sense of contributing to societal change towards more ecologically and socially sustainable lifestyles and forms of living?
The journey of MAG19, MAG20 (Prisma Garden) & (Quantum Land) ; MAG21 (INFINITY) The story of young farmer and environment enthusiast as culture action of adaptation movement of garden Indonesia (Adam I. Hawari) and The sneak peak of workshop about herbs and spices of JAMU by Suwe Ora Jamu
Onsite video screening during exhibition at the local Garden Indonesia: 1) untold stories of 46 artworks presented across three art and science festival in Indonesia, before and during the pandemic; 2) traditional ceremony with performance art to respect the Earth; 3) video documentation of urban people who move back to their hometowns as stories on ruralism; where they left their metropolitan life to work as farmers and encourage young people to stay in the village and look after their soils.
Makinde Adeniran (NG), Jerry Adesewo (NG)
The Abuja ARS Garden will also feature a premiere of What the Hunter Saw, a play by Makinde Adeniran, directed by Adesewo Fayaman Bay will be part of our offerings during the festival. Hunter Sho is the lead character in What the Hunter Saw, a character which depicts the personality of one of the world’s greatest literary giants of all time, Nigeria’s Professor Wole Soyinka.
JERRY ADESEWO, ZAINAB KANWA, ISRAEL UDOCHUKWU, MOYINOLUWA ADESEWO, SHAMSIA UMAR
The Abuja ARS Garden is an evening of literary renditions and talks, participants are welcome to join us via zoom or YouTube and are welcome to drop their comments or participate live in the talk session where we’ll be discussing Women in Media Arts. The Abuja ARS Garden 2021 is an evening of literary performances dedicated to Women in the Arts in Nigeria, particularly in the City of Abuja located in central Nigeria.
Nova Dewi Setiabudi (ID)
Content: Indonesian Heritage. Mixology: Healing Remedies Stamina & Immunity Relaxation, Health & Beauty. Description of talk & workshop: History, Flavours & Taste; The History of Jamu, from Humble Beginnings to the Drink of Choice of Royals (will be shared over a unique, intimate 30-minute Jamu workshop).