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SURVIVAL KIT is a long-term artistic and educational experiment undertaken by students of the Athens School of Fine Art (Ανώτατη Σχολη Καλων Τεχνων) and the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, München with the participation of invited artists, lecturers and institutions.

At a time when the horizon inclines under the aspects of the crises, artistic research and collaboration allow to open new perspectives.

The aim of SURVIVAL KIT is to develop a shared theoretical understanding alongside sustainable infrastructures through concrete artistic exchange, research, and practice, positing new possibilities for a common future.

The program is funded by the DAAD.

Partnerships with Greek Institutions of Higher Education 2014 - 2016

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Athens 2

PHASE 1

PHASE 1 was dedicated to laying common ground through practical and theoretical approaches to self-education, organization and collaborative working.


ELPIDA KARABA Seminar: '''The future is self-organised (education) ''' TRANSMISSION GALLERY GLASGOW: Constitution Workshop

KOSTIS STAFYLAKIS Seminar: Collaboration and it’s Limits

KOSTAS TSIOUKAS Workshop: Dance & Voice

THEO PRODROMIDIS Film Workshop

SCREENING Germany in Autumn (1978, Fassbinder, Kluge et al), Mavro + Aspro (1973, Rentzis, Zervos)

KONSTANTINOS HADZINIKOLAOU Lecture Performance: Lost Spring of Greek Cinema

KERSTIN STAKEMEIER Seminar:''' Horror, Depression and Gender ''' ANDREAS KAPETANIOS Lavriotiki-Sounion Excursion


OUTCOMES

• Introduction to shared artistic research and collaborative artistic working models combining theory and practice

• Developing an understanding of current local and historical contexts in both countries

• Setting up the student-run project space Circuits and Currents in Athens

• Introduction to working with time based media and moving image


PROGRAMME 7-17 MAY 2014


Wednesday 7 MAY

PM WELCOME GET-TOGETHER and STUDENT PRESENTATIONS


Thursday 8 MAY

10:00 STUDENT PRESENTATIONS

14:00 KOSTAS TSIOUKAS | Dance & Voice Workshop Link

20:00 ART OPENING | 13+17+1 at the Kakoyiannis Foundation


Friday 9 MAY

10:00 KOSTIS STAFYLAKIS | Seminar: Collaboration and it's Limits Link

14:00 KOSTAS TSIOUKAS | Dance & Voice Workshop II

20:00 SCREENING | Germany in Autumn


Saturday 10 MAY

10:00 THEO PRODROMIDIS | Film Workshop I Link

14:00 STEPHAN DILLEMUTH | 1 to 1 tutorials


Sunday 11 MAY


Monday 12 MAY

10:00 STEPHAN DILLEMUTH | 1 to 1 tutorials

14:00 KERSTIN STAKEMEIER | Seminar: Horror, Depression and Gender Link CANCELLED


Tuesday 13 MAY

10:00 THEO PRODROMIDIS | Film Workshop I!

17:00 ELPIDA KARABA | Seminar: THE FUTURE IS SELF-ORGANISED (EDUCATION)


Wednesday 14 MAY

10:00 THEO PRODROMIDIS | Film Workshop I!I

14:00 TRANSMISSION GALLERY GLASGOW | Constitution Workshop Link

21:00 LIVE EVENT survival kit, collective movie may 2014


Thursday 15 MAY

11:00 CONSTANTINOS HADZINIKOLAOU | Performance Lecture: Lost Spring of Greek Cinema

20:00 ART OPENING | Art Athina


Friday 16 MAY

09:00 ANDREAS KAPETANIOS | Lavriotiki-Sounion Excursion Link


Saturday 17 MAY


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