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January 3, 2007

Mind the Map! – History is Not Given

Mind the Map! – History is Not Given
**A critical anthology based on the Symposium**
Edited by Marina Grzinic, Günther Heeg and Veronika Darian
Distributed by revolver, Frankfurt am Main, 2006
ISBN: 3-86588-165-3</p>

A project by the Institute of Theatre Studies of the University of Leipzig, initiated by East Art Map (IRWIN), Slovenia, and relations, Berlin

Mind the Map! History Is Not Given takes as its point of departure the project East Art Map (EAM) by the Slovenian fine arts group IRWIN. East Art Map is a project that tracks back in history (over the past 50 years) the art works and cultural processes in the territory known as the former Eastern Europe. The task is to now interpret the topography laid out and establish new perspectives for plotting and understanding art history, cultural practices and theoretical models. The book documents the Symposium as representative of a NEW THINKING that is presently emerging at several intersecting points: the intermediality between different art forms, the fracture zones between the national cultures of Eastern and Western Europe, the fissures between past and present, and the interferences between humanities, arts and social movements. With the project Mind the Map! History Is Not Given we are thus engaged in constructing a matrix that represents a densely-woven structure of information on specific and, frequently, less known artistic and cultural processes, products and realities. The book presents the theoretical and artistic positions of the young scholars, professors and artists who participated in the symposium that has been held in October 2005 in Leipzig, and it also includes an additional selection of texts and art works.

Contributors in the book:

Diane Amiel, Beatrice von Bismarck, Ales Bunta, Keti Chukrov, Bojana Cvejic Veronika Darian, Ekaterina Degot, Kattrin Deufert, Antje Dietze, Sylvia Doebelt, Markus Dreßen, Grzegorz Dziamski, Etcétera, Michael Fehr, Werner Fenz, Kirsten Forkert, Frassanito Network, Greta Gancheva, Raimi Gbadamosi, Konstantinos Goutos, Natasa Govedic, Roman Grabner, Lina Maria Grumm Marina Grzinic, Philipp Haupt, Günther Heeg, Karoline Kaluza, Oleg Kireev Katrin Klingan, Alexander Koch, Maria Magdalena Koehn, Hans-Christian Lotz, Emanuel Mathias, Ralo Mayer, Miran Mohar, Christian Naujoks, Mila Odazieva, Matteo Pasquinelli, Mirjana Peitler, Thomas Plischke, Willy Prager, Fabian Reimann, Manuel Reinartz, Anna Rogozinska, Florian Rossmanith, Andrej Savski, Anne Schumann, Marko Stamenkovic, Maya Stefanowa, Misko Suvakovic, Sefik Seki Tatlic, Marina Vishmidt, Borut Vogelnik, Ana Vujanovic Clemens von Wedemeyer, Michael Wehren, Rebecca Wilton, Marc Tobias Winterhagen, Ewa Wójtowicz, Jacek Zydorowicz

East Art Map takes place in the framework of relations. relations is a project initiated by the German Cultural Foundation.
MORE INFO:

www.projekt-relations.de/en/explore/eam_uni/

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