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<nettime-ann> [event] Next Blackmarket: Warsaw, Sat., 8th of Oct. 2005


Mobile Academy and TR Warszawa proudly present:

Blackmarket for Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge: Invisible, Unknown
and Ghostly Knowledge With 100 Experts from Warsaw. An Installation by
Hannah Hurtzig.

The Mobile Academy moves 2006 to Warsaw, the Blackmarket is its first
presentation. This installation is concerned with knowledge transfer
within
public spaces.

The Blackmarket allows professional knowledge and theoretical discourses
to
encounter the practices of everyday life, work, and individual
narration,
thus creating a public geography, in which knowledge and information is
communicated visually and in a process of negotiation. The installation
has
been successfully staged in museums and theatres.

100 Warsaw experts can be booked that night for half an hour by a single
person for 2 Zlotys! 240 expert hours are offered that night on the topic
of
Invisible, Unknown and Ghostly Knowledge. Invisible knowledge refers to
economic, political, and social structures that cannot be recognized
because we are blind to them; it means ideas and things that cannot be
spoken, whether due to censorship or banning, or because they have not
yet become linguistically comprehensible; it is the suppressed, forgotten
contents of the past or the fantastic and also possible visions of the
future.

Blackmarket for Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge
Saturday, 8th of October 2005, 19.00 p.m. 22.00 p.m.
Venue: AULA OF THE FACULTY OF PHYSICS at POLITECHNIKA
Entrance: Koszykowa 75, 00-662 Warszawa

The complete program with all the experts will be published in the middle
of
September.

Mobile Academy Warsaw 2006
The Mobile Academy always changes location, time and theme, maintaining
a
consistent intensity and a growing sense of doubt.

Honorary President: Prof. Dr. Maria Janion
Artistic Director:      Hannah Hurtzig
Project Manager:     Carolin Hochleichter

A project taking place in the framework of Kopernikus, an initiative of
the German Federal Cultural Foundation. In cooperation with TR Warszawa.

www.mobileacademy-warsaw.com
www.buero-kopernikus.org

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