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Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at A.

Mickiewicz University, Pozna

Transgressing visuality. Sensorial cultural practices.


Pozna, Poland April 26-27, 2012

+++ audio recorded conference+++


location:

Szyperska Gallery/Galeria Szyperska

ul. Szyperska 2, 61-754 Poznan, Poland organizers/project coordinators: prof. Waldemar Kuligowski dr Agata Stanisz co-organizers:

Inner Art Association Szyperska Gallery Adrianna Koralewska

*** during the conference Suhi Art by GOKO Japanese Restaurant

GOKO Japanese Restaurant is an unusual place created by fascination with Japanese culture. Our actions are carried out with Japanese professionalism. Perfection of The Land of Cherry Blossom is were visible in our undertakings at every turn. Our motto is: PASSION and ART.

Day 1: April 26
10.00-10.30: Registration 10.30-10.45: Opening rites: Associate Professor Jacek Schmidt PART I: 10.45-12.30

chaired by Associate Professor Jacek Schmidt

10.45 -11.05: dr Jarema Drozdowicz (Faculty of Educational Studies, Adam Mickiewicz University, Pozna, Poland): SEEING IS BELIEVING. ANTHROPOLOGICAL VISIONS OF CULTURE 11.05 -11.25: dr Agata Stanisz (Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Pozna, Poland): DE-VISUALIZING ANTHROPOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE. MANIFESTO 11.25-12.15: prof. Mattijs P. J. van de Port (Department of Anthropology, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands): FRUIT PROJECT: SAVOURING BRAZILIAN FRUITS

12.15-12.30: DICUSSION

12.30-12.45: COFFEE BREAK PART II: 12.45- 14.00

chaired by prof. Waldemar Kuligowski

12.45-13.05: Trine Thygaard-Nielsen (Institute of Anthropology at University of Copenhagen, Denmark) TASTING THE GENERATIONAL CONFLICT. ANTHROPOLOGICAL MINORS. STUDY OF FOOD INDUCED FLEXIBILITY AN

BETWEEN ANDALUSIAN GENERATIONS IN THE UPBRINGING OF

13.05-13.25: Phd-student Katarzyna Wala (Faculty of Historical and Pedagogical Sciences, 2

at

ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE SENSES AND DOMESTIC SPACE

University

of Wrocaw, Poland):

DO YOU FEEL THE BORDELINE?

13.25-13.45: Alexander Chaplin (University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands): COUCHSURFING: SENSE-ABLE OTHERNESS 13.45-14.00: DICUSSION 14.00-14.15: COFFEE BREAK PART III: 14.15-15.30
chaired by prof.

SENSUAL

ENCOUNTERS

WITH

AUTHENTICALLY

prof. Mattijs P. J. van de Port

14.15-14.35: Alejandro Jaramillo (Visual and Media Anthropology at Freie Universitaet POLITICS AND PO-ETHICS OF AN ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE SENSES AMONG COLOMBIAN VICTIMS.

Berlin, Germany): WHOSE SCARRED SENSES ARE THEY ANYWAY?: THE

14.35-14.55: Therese Kjellerup Thorstholm (Institute of Anthropology at University of Copenhagen, Denmark): THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE SENSES: GETTING IN TOUCH WITH FIELDWORK 14.55-15.15: Phd-student

Tanja

Kubes

(Institute

for

Ethnology

at

the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitt Mnchen, Germany ): FIELDWORK ON HIGH HEELS: HOSTESSES AND THE SOCIOCULTURAL CONSTRUCTION OF THE FEMALE BODY 15.15-15.30: DISCUSSION 15.30-16.30: LUNCH BREAK

Sushi Art by GOKO Japanese Restaurant

PART IV: 16.30-17.45


chaired by dr Agata Stanisz

16.30-16.50: dr Magdalena Dbrowska (Institute of Cultural Studies at Maria CurieSkodowska University, Lublin, Poland): JOURNEY TO INDIA: RECOLLECTING SENSORIAL EXPERIENCE 16.50 -17.10: dr Magorzata Rygielska (Instytut Nauk o Kulturze at University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland): BRSIL AND GRSILLER. TRISTES TROPIQUES AND FIELDWORK AS SENS ORY EXPERIENCE

17.10-17.30: Phd-student Karolina Marcinkowska (Ethnology and Anthropology Institute, Warsaw University, Poland): RESEARCHING THE INVISIBLE KALANURI CULT IN MAHAJANGA, MADAGASCAR. 17.30-17.45: DISCUSSION 17.45-18.00: COFFEE BREAK PART V: 18.00-19.50

chaired by dr Jarema Drozdowicz

18.00-18.20: Agata Kochaniewicz, Anna Adamowicz (Department of Ethnology and NOISE, STENCH. UNPLEASANT EMPIRICAL EXPERIENCE

Cultural Anthropology at Adam Mickiewicz University, Pozna, Poland): CROWD, ANTHROPOLOGY FIELDWORK IN

18.20-18.40: Anna Kubisztal (Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at University of Lodz, Poland): THE SOUNDS OF THE IBERIAN PENINSULA JOURNEY WITH DR IIGO SNCHEZ

18.40-19.00: Zsuzsanna Kunt (Etvs Lornd Science University, Budapest, Hungary): BLINDNESS AND CULTURAL RELATIVISM

19.00-19.20: Adrianna Koralewska (Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at Adam Mickiewicz TRAINING AS A GIFT OF NOTHING 19.20-19.50: DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS

University, Pozna, Poland): SHIFTING SENSORIUM

Day 2: April 27
10.00-12.00: Adrianna Koralewska, Body Laboratory (Workshop)
***Adrianna Koralewska (Poland), performing arts & physical theatre artist, director, choreographer, contemporary dance, movement and certified yoga teacher. She received her actor's training at the Theatre Training and Research Programme (TTRP), founded by the late Singaporean theatre doyen - Kuo Pao Kun. She is the first non-Asian actor-

performer participating in TTRP. Awarded the Georgette Chen TTRP Scholarship Fund. She worked with William Sun Hui Zhu (CN), Kok Heng Leun (SG), Phillip Zarilli (US/UK), John Clark (AU), Aarne Neeme (AU), Leisa Campbell (AU), Zhuo Ming (Taiwan), He Bing Zhu (CN), Robert Draffin (AU), Tatsumi Hijikata Memorial Butoh Troupe ( JP), Daisuke Yoshimoto ( JP), John Salzer (AU) technical and theatre production teacher, Asian traditional (CN), N.Yagna Prabha (India).She worked full time as a Dance & Movement, Musical and Drama Teacher in

theatre masters Sardono W Kusumo (Indonesia), Yoshimasa Kanze ( JP), Richard Emmert (US/JP), Li Qiu Ping Shanghai. From 2002, Ada is conducting theatre and drama workshops for young people also in polish theatre and (2003) to develop and run her teaching program of The Practical Interdisciplinary Theatre Workshops in Poland.

culture centers. Awarded Creative Scholarship given by Polish Minister of Culture Polish Waldemar Dbrowski

12.15-14.45: Roman Mendez, Sound & Noise Pleasure (Performance)


***Roman Mendez (Mexico), a great guitar player and luthier from Xico, Veracruz-Llave. He moved to Poland to live handmade instruments. Your sense of hearing will be stimulated.

and create his music. During the conference he will present a short Performance Sounds & Noise Pleasures with his

14.45-15.45: Maciej Werc, Taste and Pleasure Performance (lunch break/woking)


***Maciej Werc (Poland), taste and space architect, a vegetarian who using wok, unique blends of herbs, spices and only deep, earthy flavors of a chinese stir-fry to the bright, fresh flavors of a thai curry. we guarantee an awakening of your senses.

veggies will create for us a dizzying variety of flavors inspired by asian recipes. we will smell and maybe taste from the

16.00-18.00: Rafa Koacki, Agata Stanisz, Katarzyna Wala, Hubert Wiczyk, Soundwalk x 4 5

(Immersive Performance)
*** Rafa Koacki (Poland). Archeologist and ethnologist, sociology PhD-student, musician and culture animator. His scientific interests extend from archeimusicology,to history of Polish punk rock and anthropology of sound. He explores cities sonosphere. As an artist he plays percussion in hardcore band Stagnation Is Death and acoustic formation Hati. Author of audiovisual and electroacoustic performences. He used to play with Jonem Zornem i ZEVem. Co-organizer of Soundart Festival CoCArt and co-author of Na falach Martenota broadcast. http://www.rafalkolacki.com/polski.html

*** Agata Stanisz (Poland). Anthropologist, fieldrecordist, acoustemologist, blogger, photo-performer and videomaker. Assistant professor in the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at Adam Mickiewicz University. http://www.miastodzwiekow.blogspot.com/; http://transportodrone.tumblr.com/; http://www.palimpsestmaps.amu.edu.pl/

*** Katrzyna Wala (Poland). Ehnologist, culture animator, sociologist and blogger. PhD-student in Faculty of Historical

and Pedagogical Sciences at University of Wrocaw. She coordinates projects: Fonosfera anthropology of the senses and Etno-Arty. http://stosowana.wordpress.com/; http://fonosferra.wordpress.com/; http://pl-pl.facebook.com/pages/EtnoArty/166546956699422

*** Hubert Wiczyk (Poland). Sound artist and performer. He conducts Urinatorium project. He is a member of an electro-acoustic band, kakofoNIKT, and also cooperates with such musicians as Jeff Gburek, Piotr Tkacz (in a project Revue svazu eskch architekt), Patryk Lichota, Roman Brombosz and Mojomat. In his performances uses tools, metal and plastic scraps, sine-wave tone generator, field recordings, dictaphones, his own (uh)human voice, contact microphones, radios, toy instruments for children and guitar pedal effects. During the recording stage, he works with software. http://www.myspace.com/urinatorium; http://www.myspace.com/kakofonikt; http://www.myspace.com/audiozbieractwo; http://www.strefaciszy.com.p

MD recorder, dictaphones, loop station, reel-to-reel tape recorder, archive radio recordings and computer with various

18. 15-19.20: Adam Kaczanowski, Thumbelina. Tunnel, (Literary Performance)


***Adam Kaczanowski (Poland) writer and performer. Author of two novels and poetic books.

Thumbelina. Tunnel: project focuses on certain episode in the life of a minature girl. Thumbelina after much persuasion

od Mouse lands in a Mole's tunnel. It seems the girl is condemned to life in a dark underground. This episode was only suppressed emotions... http://adamkaczanowski.tumblr.com/

mentioned by Hans Christian Andersen but here is described day by day. We immerse in the sory full of gloomy

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