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PAVILION [contemporary art & culture magazine] on Fri, 16 Mar 2007 16:18:13 +0100 (CET)


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BREAKFAST AT PAVILION<x-tad-bigger>
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(UN PROIECT REALIZAT DE REVISTA PAVILION IN CADRUL BUCHAREST BIENNALE - Bienala Intenationala de Arta Contemporana Bucuresti)
http://blogs.pavilionmagazine.org


<x-tad-bigger>CE ESTE “BREAKFAST”

Micul dejun este masa cea mai importanta a zilei in timpul caruia citim presa. Daca mai mult decit informatie am primi si reactii, am putea reactiona si am gasi modalitati noi de interferenta, altele decit cele obisnuite?

“BREAKFAST” cauta sa transceada traditionalele granite intre cercetare, educatie si expunere si cauta noi forme de exprimare si comunicare discursiva incercind sa ofere raspunsuri noi la intrebari vechi legate de politica, estetica, forma, fond, continut si sa reevalueze conventiile cotidianului. 

Considerind afirmatiile de mai sus, "Breakfast" incearca sa reconsidere subiecte ca retorica, populism, economie, tehnologism, umanism, politica, diviziunea muncii, relativism, solidaritate, postcolonialism sau incluziune, utilizind instrumente transdomeniale: proiecte curatoriale, proiecte educationale si interventii artistice.

“BREAKFAST” este un punct de propuneri, dezbateri, analize asupra scenei artei contemporane si contextul international in care aceasta actioneaza. Este un proiect-baza de discutii pentru problemele contemporane, ca un dublet analitic-(re)productiv aproape foucaultian.

Dorim sa incurajam comunicarea, consultarea – chiar colaborarea – intre artistii, curatorii si teoreticienii implicati, facilitind schimbul de cunostinte si intelegerea reciproca.


INSTRUMENTE

Varianta online a proiectului este o serie de bloguri realizate teoreticieni, analisti politici, antropologi, artisti, curatori, care vor explora, la nivel teoretic, posibile misiuni politice si sociale ale practicii artistice precum si necesitatea contextualizarii demersului artistic.

In spiritul multilingvismului, "BREAKFAST" va utiliza doua limbi: romana si engleza, iar in spirit democratic orice participant la proiect este liber sa aleaga limba care ii este confortabila.

In forma live, "Breakfast" va include o serie de dezbateri si conferinte pe teme socio-politice, precum si proiecte educationale si noi forme discursive.


CINE SINT AUTORII

Autorii blogurilor vor fi pentru prima etapa </x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger>Catalin Avramescu</x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger> (profesor de stiinte politice, editorialist si analist politic), </x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger>Eugen Radescu </x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger>(teoretician, curator si co-director al BUCHAREST BIENNALE), </x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger>Felix Vogel </x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger>(teoretician si curator) si </x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger>Razvan Ion</x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger> (teoretician, artist si co-editor al PAVILION).

Revista PAVILION va beneficia de propriul blog ce se va transforma intr-o platforma-structura informativa.

Director de proiect este Andreea Manolache, iar conceptia tehnica a fost realizata de Alexandru Enachioaie (alexandru.e {AT} gmail.com).
Blogurile pot fi citite la http://blogs.pavilionmagazine.org


CE ESTE PAVILION

PAVILION este o revista internationala de arta si cultura contemporana, de limba engleza, distribuita pe patru continente.
Titlul revistei, PAVILION, este o aluzie la structura relativ temporara a artei contemporane.
Revista prezinta, in fiecare numar, un continut multi-disciplinar si cuprinzator prin variate formate de articole, eseuri, interviuri si proiecte ale artistilor romani si internationali.
Publicatia nu incearca sa descrie, dar sa si intervina in scena culturala, politica si sociala.

PAVILION este producatorul BUCHAREST BIENNALE.


www.bucharestbiennale.org
www.pavilionmagazine.org

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PAVILION, BUCHAREST BIENNALE & BREAKFAST sint proiecte ale

artphoto asc.
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<x-tad-bigger>office: +4 031 103 4131
mobile: +4 0726 789 426 | 0723 033 330
ym: artphotoro
skype: artphotoro
address: PO Box 26-0390 Bucharest 14800 Romania </x-tad-bigger>


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</x-tad-bigger>BREAKFAST AT PAVILION<x-tad-bigger>
</x-tad-bigger>(A PROJECT INITIATED BY PAVILION MAGAZINE IN THE FRAME OF BUCHAREST BIENNALE)
http://blogs.pavilionmagazine.org

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<x-tad-bigger>WHAT`S BREAKFAST

The breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Breakfast means reading the newspapers. What if we could get not just mere information but also reactions to those events, could we react ourselves and would we have the opportunity to find new means of interference-different to the usual ones?

BREAKFAST seeks to transcend the traditional borders between research, education and presentation and looks for new ways of expression and communication trying to find new answers to some old questions related to politics, aesthetics and content and to reevaluate the conventions of everyday life.

Considering all these, BREAKFAST investigates subjects like rhetoric, populism, technology, humanism, politics, relativism, solidarity, post colonialism or inclusion by means of curatorial, artistic and educational projects.

BREAKFAST is a platform of debates on contemporary issues that involves proposals, debates, analyses of the contemporary art scene and the international context in which it operates, almost like analytic-(re)productive foucaultian dublet.

The project encourages communication, consulting and different forms of collaboration between artists, curators and theoreticians involved in this process by exchanging knowledge and practices about the production of knowledge.

INSTRUMENTS

BREAKFAST (online) is a series of blogs kept by theoreticians, political analysts, anthropologists, artists and curators.  BREAKFAST online series explores on a theoretical level the political and social mission of artistic practice with its necessity of being contextualized. 
The blogs are written in English or Romanian depending on each participant`s option.

The project has also a live form that includes public debates and conferences on the same issues within social political and aesthetic discourses as discussed online.

</x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger>The bloggers</x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger>

The first bloggers involved in BREAKFAST are </x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger>Catalin Avramescu</x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger> (Professor of Political Science, journalist and political analist), </x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger>Eugen Radescu</x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger> (theoretician, curator and co-director of Bucharest Biennale), </x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger>Felix Vogel</x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger> (theoretician and curator) and </x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger>Razvan Ion</x-tad-bigger><x-tad-bigger> (theoretician, artist and co-editor of PAVILION magazine).
PAVILION magazine is developing its own blog as an informative platform/structure.

The project director of BREAKFAST is Andreea Manolache and the online version is technical designed by Alexandru Enachioaie (alexandru.e {AT} gmail.com)</x-tad-bigger>
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Blogs available at http://blogs.pavilionmagazine.org

WHAT IS PAVILION

PAVILION is an international contemporary art& culture magazine whose name alludes to the relative temporary structure of contemporary art.
PAVILION`s content varies from articles to essays, interviews and projects` presentations. It is not just a descriptive magazine, its mission is to intervene in cultural and socio-political life. 

PAVILION is the producer of BUCHAREST BIENNALE.


www.bucharestbiennale.org
www.pavilionmagazine.org

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PAVILION, BUCHAREST BIENNALE & BREAKFAST are projects of 

artphoto asc.
office: +4 031 103 4131
mobile: +4 0726 789 426 | 0723 033 330
ym: artphotoro
skype: artphotoro
address: PO Box 26-0390 Bucharest 14800 Romania </x-tad-bigger>
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