Conferences, meetings, exhibitions, films 7-11 december 2010



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Today Tadeusz Kantor!

20th Anniversary of Tadeusz Kantor’s Death

CONFERENCES, MEETINGS, EXHIBITIONS, FILMS 7-11 DECEMBER 2010

Tadeusz Kantor's art has thrived on memories and various forms of recollections, yet the twentieth anniversary of the artist's death asks for defining a new place of his art and our relation to it. What becomes particularly important is the search for an answer to the question „Who is Tadeusz Kantor today?”. And therefore the five-day seminar dedicated to the Krakow artist, organised by Cricoteka in co-operation with the State Drama School in Kraków, the Department of Polish Philology of the Jagiellonian University and the Department of Management and Social Communication of the Jagiellonian University is not as much a celebration of the artist's anniversary as an attempt to initiate a dialogue with his work.
A multithreaded staging of Tadeusz Kantor's presence, timeliness and historical elitism will be set in various places of remembrance.

7 December 2010

Krzysztofory Gallery, 2 Szczepańska Str.

10.00 am – 7.00 pm

MA and PhD STUDENT SEMINAR “Today Tadeusz Kantor!” (in Polish)

8 December 2010

01.00 pm


Kraków, 5 Kanonicza Str.

LIVING STATUES performed by Cricot 2 actors: Jan Książek as Eternal Wanderer and Lesław and Wacław Janicki as Two Hasidim with the Last Anchorage.

EXHIBITIONS:

Cricoteka Archive, 5 Kanonicza Str.



Tadeusz Kantor's Objets d'Art"

8.12.2010 – 01.00 pm – 04.00 pm , 9–10.12.2010 – 10.00 am – 02.00 pm

Exhibition of selected objects from Cricoteka collection used in performances of The Dead Class (1975), Wielopole, Wielopole (1980) and Let the Artists Die (1985).

Tadeusz Kantor's Gallery – Atelier, 7/5 Sienna Str.

"Today Is My Birthday”. Drawings by Tadeusz Kantor

8.12.2010 – 02.00 pm – 04.00 pm , 9-10.12.2010 – 10.00 am – 02.00 pm

The exhibition comprises 27 drawings for the performance, made in the artist's studio at Sienna Street in 1989-90, which are currently in the Cricoteka collection.

05.00 pm

Krzysztofory Gallery, 2 Szczepańska Str.

to remember it all”A MEETING WITH TADEUSZ KANTOR'S ACTORS (in Polish)

Moderator: Beata Guczalska



9 December 2010

State Drama School in Kraków, Sala Klasyczna, 5 Warszawska Str.



A CONFERENCE TODAY TADEUSZ KANTOR!” (translation into English)

Day One

09.00 am


Opening Ceremony

Rector of the State Drama School in Kraków Ewa Kutryś / Director of Cricoteka Natalia Zarzecka / Dean of the Department of the Management and Social Communication of the Jagiellonian University, Professor Krzysztof Pleśniarowicz / Dean of the Department of Polish Philology of the Jagiellonian University, Professor Jacek Popiel



Screening of a fragment of Tadeusz Kantor’s speech during the symposium “Art and Freedom” [„Sztuka i wolność”] at the Jagiellonian University in 1990

09.15 am


Andrzej Wełmiński Funkcja i znaczenie zespołu w procesie tworzenia spektakli teatru Cricot 2 [The Function and Significance of the Ensemble in the Development of Cricot 2 Productions]

Krzysztof Miklaszewski Aktor w teatrze Kantora – pytania i próby odpowiedzi [The Actor in Kantor's Theatre – Questions and Tentative Answers]

Loriano Della Rocca „Tadeusz Kantor” Poland, Kraków, 8.12.1990-8.12.2010

Anna Halczak Cricoteka – „konieczność przekazywania” [Cricoteka – "The Necessity of Transmission"]

Renato Palazzi La grandezza di Kantor: una scomoda eredità [Kantor's Greatness: An Inconvenient Heritage]

11.45 am – 12.15 pm discussion

12.15 pm – 12.30 pm coffee break

12.30 pm


Cecile Coutin La Machine de l’ amour et de la mort de Tadeusz Kantor [The Machine of Love and Death]

Uta Schorlemmer Absence Present in Tadeusz Kantor’s Work, in comparison with Marina Abramović and Christoph Schlingensief

Jaromir Jedliński Wystawa “Beuys-Kantor. Pamięć” w Israel Museum w Jerozolimie [“Beuys-Kantor. Memory.” An Exhibition at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem]

Klaus Dermutz Tadeusz Kantor – Anselm Kiefer

02.30 pm – 03.00 pm discussion

03.00 pm – 04.00 pm lunch break

04.00 pm Afternoon session



Josep Maria Sagarra “Teatr emocji” Tadeusza Kantora. O recepcji sztuki Tadeusza Kantora w Hiszpanii [Tadeusz Kantor's "Theatre of Emotion.” On the Reception of Tadeusz Kantor's Art in Spain]

Teresa De Vido Rzewuska Tadeusz Kantor a słynni przodkowie: kilka paradoksów [Tadeusz Kantor and Famous Ancestors: Selected Paradoxes]

Andrzej Turowski Powidoki [Afterimages]

Rafał Solewski Dziedzictwo i tożsamość w twórczości Tadeusza Kantora. Wobec sztuki nowoczesnej [Heritage and Identity in Tadeusz Kantor's Work. Regarding Contemporary Art]

06.00 pm – 06.30 pm discussion

06.30 pm – 06.45 pm coffee break

06.45 pm


Lech Stangret Rola rysunku w procesie kreacji automitologii Tadeusza Kantora [The Role of Drawing in the Creation of Tadeusz Kantor's Self-Mythology]

Amos Fergombe La porte, le cadre ou le seuil transcendant dans les oeuvres de Tadeusz Kantor [Door, Frame or Transcendent Threshold in the Work of Tadeusz Kantor]

Jean-Pierre Thibaudat Autour de la photographie de Wielopole [About A Photography of Wielopole]

08.15 pm – 08.45 pm discussion

09.00 pm

SCREENING OF “SACKS, WARDROBE AND UMBRELLA” [Säcke, Schrank und Schirm], dir. Dietrich Mahlow, Saarländischer Rundfunk, 1968, 89’

In 1968 the performance of “The Wardrobe” (based on a play “The Country House” by Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz), which Kantor produced in Baden-Baden in 1966, was shot - a new staging with a different cast. Mahlow's film presents a model of that 'informal' performance which Cricot 2 Theatre already staged in 1961. The actors were their own dummies; hanged in the wardrobe on hangers, they would utter random words. 'The action' of the film takes place in various places: on the beach, in a railway station, in a casino, in the opera, at a shooting range, in a castle...



10 December 2010

State Drama School in Kraków, Sala Klasyczna, 5 Warszawska Str.



A CONFERENCE TODAY TADEUSZ KANTOR!” (translation into English)

Day Two

09.30 am


Wojciech Owczarski Teatr Snów w Teatrze Śmierci [The Theatre of Dreams in the Theatre of Death]

Grzegorz Niziołek Lęk i co dalej... [Fear and What Next…]

Klaudiusz Święcicki Antropologia historii i pamięci w twórczości teatralnej Tadeusza Kantora [The Anthropology of History and Memory in Tadeusz Kantor's Theatre Work]

Marek Pieniążek Kantor – reaktywacje własnej realności. Ostatnie spektakle Teatru Cricot 2 [Kantor - Reactivating One's Own Reality. Late Productions by Cricot 2]

11.30 am – 12.00 pm discussion

12.00 pm – 12.15 pm coffee break

12.15 pm


Katarzyna Osińska Don Kichot jako artysta – w interpretacji Tadeusza Kantora [Don Quixote as an Artist – as Interpreted by Tadeusz Kantor]

Anna Baranowa Wit Stwosz prototypem “artysty przeklętego”. O wątkach stwoszowskich w spektaklu Tadeusza Kantora „Niech sczezną artyści” [Veit Stoss as the Prototype of the "Accursed Artist." The Veit Stoss Motif in Tadeusz Kantor's "Let the Artists Die"]

Dominika Łarionow Manekin Tadeusza Kantora i nadmarioneta Edwarda G.Craiga – zarys idei [Tadeusz Kantor's Mannequin and Edward G. Craig's Ubermarionette – an outline]

Anna R. Burzyńska Powroty nosorożca [Returns of the Rhinoceros]

02.15 pm – 02.45 pm discussion

02.45 pm – 03.45 pm lunch break

03.45 pm Afternoon session



Jan Kłossowicz Fabuły Kantora [Kantor's Plots]

Paweł Stangret Tadeusz Kantor czytany [Reading Tadeusz Kantor]

Michał Kobiałka Tadeusz Kantor’s Personal Confession: Notes on Late Style

05.15 pm – 05.45 pm discussion

05.45 pm – 06.00 pm coffee break

06.00 pm


Katarzyna Tokarska-Stangret Non omnis moriar” artysty teatru [The "Non omnis moriar" of a Stage Artist]

Zbigniew Osiński Trudna relacja Tadeusz Kantor – Jerzy Grotowski: dwie idee teatru (sztuki) [The Difficult Relationship between Tadeusz Kantor and Jerzy Grotowski: Two Visions of (Art) Theatre]

Krzysztof Pleśniarowicz Nasza klasa umarła. Co Tadeusz Słobodzianek wziął z Kantora [Our Class is Dead. What Tadeusz Słobodzianek Took from Kantor]

Katarzyna Fazan Cienie polskiego Odysa. Początek i Koniec pewnej tradycji teatralnej [Shades of the Polish Odysseus. The Beginning and End of a Certain Theatre Tradition]

08.00 pm – 08.30 pm discussion

09.00 pm

SCREENING OF “LOVELIES AND DOWDIES”, dir. Ken McMullen, 1972, 30’

During its second tour of Edinburgh in 1973 by invitation of Richard Demarco, Tadeusz Kantor's Cricot 2 presented “Lovelies and Dowdies”. Performances would take place in the abandoned space of the Poor House, neighbouring the Greyfriars cemetery, once indeed a poor house and a place with an incredible ambiance. Ken McMullen shot it on 16 mm and in black and white and juxtaposed extracts from the play with scenes filmed at the London's Smithfield meat market.

09.30 pm

MEETING WITH THE DIRECTOR. Moderator: Uta Schorlemmer

Ken McMullen is an artist, film director and a lecturer, who currently lives in London. For the last thirty years, he has cooperated closely with many outstanding figures (such as Joseph Beuys, Jacques Derrida, Tadeusz Kantor, Bernard Stiegler, Maurice Jacob and Ian Hamilton Finlay), resulting in collaboration in film work, art work and writing. He participated, among others, in exhibitions in MOMA in New York, in Tate Modern in London and in Gubelkian in Lisbon and his films have been presented at the most important international festivals, such as Cannes, Berlin and San Sebastian.

11 December 2010

State Drama School in Kraków, Sala Klasyczna, 5 Warszawska Str.



A CONFERENCE “TODAY TADEUSZ KANTOR!”

Day Three

11.00 am – 01.00 pm

Stage Directors' Panel (in Polish)

Kantor in the Theatre – an Impossible Tradition

Participants: Ana Brzezińska, Anna Królica, Michał Borczuch, Andrzej Dziuk, Krzysztof Garbaczewski, Paweł Passini, Andrzej Wajda, Marcin Wierzchowski.

Moderator: Anna R. Burzyńska

01.00 pm – 01.15 pm coffee break

01.15 pm

SCREENING OF “ATTENTION! PAINTING. TADEUSZ KANTOR PAINTING”, real. by Mieczysław Waśkowski and Antoni Nurzyński, produced by Zespół Autorów Filmowych “KADR” [Film Actors' Ensemble] and the National Higher School of Film, Television and Theatre in Łódź, 1957, 9’

One of the first screenings of the film about Tadeusz Kantor's Informel painting took place during the Second Exhibition of Modern Art in Warsaw in 1957. At the time, the papers wrote, 'On the screen, there is a melee of bright splashes, vying with one another, bursting and disapppearing, only to erupt anew, from a complete greyness, in a frenetic gamut of colours. (…) Mieczysław Waśkowski and Antoni Nurzyński have decided to bring back Tachism and to give it a fourth dimension: time and movement. (…) In what category does this superinteresting experiment belong? It certainly doesn't in any way fit into the criteria of looking at a painting applied so far.’ A year later, the film was awarded a distinction at the First International Competition for Films about Art, during the 29th Venice Biennale. A copy of the film, for many years considered lost, was found in the Biennale Archives.

01.30 pm - 03.30 pm

Curators' Panel (in Polish)



Kantor Exhibited - Returns, Reconstructions, Creations

Participants: Zofia Gołubiew, Wiesław Borowski, Jaromir Jedliński, Lech Stangret, Jarosław Suchan, Marek Świca, Andrzej Turowski.

Moderator: Natalia Zarzecka

05.00 pm


SCREENING OF THE FILM “THE THEATRE OF TADEUSZ KANTOR” [„Le Théâtre de Tadeusz Kantor”], real. by Denis Bablet, CNRS Audiovisuel, 1985, 144’

The film aims to capture the phenomenon of Tadeusz Kantor's theatre and it contains ample fragments of his performances from the time of The Happening Theatre and the Theatre of Death as well as unique recordings of rehearsals. Talking to Denis Bablet, Kantor reveals his attitude to the art of the 20th century and he explains the method of working on the performances as well as the concept of Cricot 2 Theatre. The documentary covers Kantor's theatre work up to Wielopole, Wielopole.



Academic coordinator of the symposium:

Katarzyna Fazan




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