AKTUELL

09.10. – 25.10.2019
Continental Drift
Finissage 24. Oktober 2019 um 19:00 Uhr
mit einer Lecture Performance von Cordula Daus
und anschließenden Sound Performance von Sebastian Six und Laurien Bachmann
Linz Salzamt

In der Ausstellung „Continental Drift“ werden geodynamische Bewegungen der vermeintlich starren Erde, die darauf basierenden fixierten Vorstellungen von Grenzen sowie deren kulturell historische Auswirkungen thematisiert. Ankerpunkt hierbei bildet insbesondere der Südamerikanische Kontinent, dessen wandelbare Landschaften und seine BewohnerInnen. Die teilnehmenden internationalen KünstlerInnen loten akustisch, filmisch, fotografisch und sprachlich Räume aus und erforschen so die erwähnten Aspekte.

KünstlerInnen: Constanza Alarcón Tennen, Tiziana Panizza, Cordula Daus, Alexander Glandien, Sebastian Six, Laurien Bachmann

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22. September 2019, 19.30 Uhr
The Temple of Artifice
Performance
[M] Dudeck mit Cordula Daus und Annette Elster
Hauptkirche St. Katharinen
Katharinenkirchhof 1
20457 Hamburg

Eine Performance im Stile einer neuen Liturgie mit [M] Dudeck, der Opernsängerin Annette Elster sowie der Schriftstellerin und Künstlerin Cordula Daus. Die Performance besteht aus einer Reihe von sieben Reden oder Predigten, die sieben Artefakte (sogenannte Hypericons) in performativer und ritueller Weise vorstellen. Sie wurde von [M] Dudeck als Teil seiner Mythologie RELIGIONVIRUS gestaltet und umfasst einen Original Soundtrack (O. S. T.), aufgenommen und produziert durch ein internationales Team von Klangingenieur*innen und Musiker*innen, die unter dem Label RELIGIONVIRUS PRODUCTIONS zusammen gearbeitet haben. Das gesamte Werk bezieht seine Themen aus Dudecks fiktiver Religion Artifism.

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September 2019
‚Rek‘ wurde veröffentlicht in Decadent Review.

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17. Juni, 16:00 Uhr
Research Pavilion #3
Venice

J e n s | Cordula Daus
Cordula Daus studies the writability of intensities. Currently she is working on a speculative emotional fiction based on the female character Kay. Seeking to suspend heterosexual feeling frames and imperatives of love, Kay pursues a radical form of interrelation: meaning lesser sex. J e n s is one of her objects of desire – a proper name and word-physiognomic study into different states of matter in language. J e n s will be presented through an audio-graphic play consisting of different voices and typographical fragments.

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Convocation – on expanded language-based practices

16 – 18 June 2019
10.00 – 20.00
Research Pavilion
Sala del Camino + theatre
Campo S. Cosmo 621
Giudecca, Venice
View programme here

Curated by Emma Cocker, Cordula Daus and Lena Séraphin

Convocation – from com ‘with, together’ and vocare ‘to call’. We call for a gathering of language-based practices: from the wordless corporeality of body language to the virtuality of digital text, from the voicing of spoken utterance to the textility of words on a page. Textorium – a notion that etymologically pertains to weaving and braiding, the weaver and the woven. For phenomenologist Max van Manen the term refers to the writerly space of reflection, the experiential world of the text as it opens up for the receptive writer and reader. But how can the ‘taken-for-grantedness’ of language be put into question? How can language-based practices enable us to encounter ‘things’ anew? From textorium to sensorium, a reciprocal space for coming together through a material encounter with language experienced in its diversity.

Convocation invites exploration of the how-ness of language within practices of: Addressing | Calling | Conversing | Describing | Dialoguing | Disrupting | Drawing | Echoing | Effacing | Evoking | Fictioning | Invoking | Listening | Misunderstanding | Moving | Muting | Naming | Questioning | Reading | Redacting | Spacing | Speaking | Summoning | Transcribing | Translating | Voicing | Wording | Writing | ____ ing

Including akcg (anna kindgren och carina gunnars), Ajauksia group, Emmanuel Alloa, Rachel Armstrong, Alex Arteaga, Marcel Bénabou, Mariske Broeckmeyer, Andrew Brown, Emma Cocker, Elke Cremer, Alexander Damianisch, Cordula Daus, Michael Dudeck, Steve Dutton, Patricia Ellis, Rob Flint, Raphaela Gilla, Carina Gunnars, Ingo Hampe, Minna Heikinaho, Katja Hilevaara, Juha Himanka, Katja Hock, Rolf Hughes, Liisa Ikonen, Anna Kindgren, Esa Kirkkopelto, Ronald Kolb, Stefan Krüskemper, Anni Laakso, Harri Laakso, Cedar Lewisohn, Maiju Loukola, Tracy Mackenna, Danica Maier, Ralo Mayer, Brigid McLeer, Ivan Momčilović, Michaela Nasoetion, Emily Orley, Jaana Parviainen, Andy Pepper, Elle Reynolds, Dorothee Richter, Filippo Romanello, Charlotta Ruth,Harald Polzin, Kerstin Polzin, Lena Séraphin, PA Skantze, Katarina Šoškić, Derek Sprawson, Susannah Thompson, Nathan Walker, G D White.

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Kay, or a Case (2)
Lecture
May, 28, 10:00 a.m

Public Colloquium 2019
Doktoratsstudium künstlerische Forschung (PhD in Art)
Zentrum Fokus Forschung
Rustenschacherallee 2-4
1020 Wien
Download Programme

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„Through Phenomena Themselves“
Research Pavilion #3
May 9 – August 28, 2019, open 10 am – 6 pm.
Moderated hours 10 am – 12 noon. Closed on Tuesdays.
Free entry
Sala del Camino
Campo S. Cosmo 621
Giudecca, Venice

I have been invited to be part of the research cell „Through Phenomena Themselves: Exploring new possibilities of mutual transformation between artistic and phenomenological research practices“ as part of the Research Pavilion # 3.
The Research Pavilion, hosted by the University of the Arts Helsinki, highlights the points of view of artistic research in the context of the Venice Biennial 2019.

At the Research Pavilion I will be present as a voice, intonator and questionologist.

Exercises in New Meaning
Cordula Daus
May 8–12

Cordula Daus works with and on intensity. Departing from selected text passages and single word-phenomena, she will probe and further develop what she calls ‚re-sensing‘ – a poetological technique for the simultaneous recalling and ridding of meaning within language.

Questionology
Cordula Daus and Charlotta Ruth
May 6–12: 10.30–11.30 am

You bring a phenomenon of your choice. We apply questionology: a playful interview series in progress that investigates the nature of the question and questioning.

Reading on Reading
Emma Cocker, Cordula Daus and Lena Séraphin
May 8, 2.30–3.30 pm, 5–6 pm
May 9, 2–3 pm, 3.30–4.30 pm, 5–6 pm
May 10, 2–3 pm, 3.30–4.30 pm, 5–6 pm

Different ways of reading can generate different registers of sense making and affect; there is scope for testing experimental tactics. Reading can be activated mid-sentence or half way down a page, allowing for detours and distractions. Certain language must be rolled in the mouth before it can be digested, new meanings revealed in the pauses and durations breathed between the words. Over three days, Emma Cocker, Cordula Daus and Lena Séraphin test different practices of reading on reading at various locations within the Sala del Camino.

Radio Manamana
Cordula Daus, Ralo Mayer, Charlotta Ruth, Katarina Šoškić + guests
May 6–12

Radio Manamana is an imaginary radio studio operated by the four artist-researchers Cordula Daus, Ralo Mayer, Charlotta Ruth and Katarina Šoškić at the Research Pavilion #3 in Venice. Functioning as an echo chamber and loop-hole for chance encounters and after effects. Radio Manamana transmits phenomena themselves. Guaranteed! Come by, tune in, believe it or not!

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Dieses Sommersemester unterrichte ich am Literaturinstitut Hildesheim:
„Shulamith oder das Ende der Gebärmutterschaft“

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22.3.2019 um 14:30 Uhr
Lecture „Exercises in New Meaning“
Society of Artistic Research Conference
Zürcher Hochschule der Künste
Zürich
https://sar2019.zhdk.ch/

In a first episode of my literary work ‘Kay or a case for Intensity’, a woman and a man meet over a year to practice a radicalized form of sex: meaning lesser sex. Voluntarily trying to circumvent the codes of love, the protagonists experience a gap between the I(s) and other(s):

“Kay wants to make Ran say something. On particular parts of her. ––My knees, for example. I need a minimum surface. Just one, two words. Could you place them here? Ran tends not to say anything. ––Is it possible that women generally need more meaning? ––I am no woman, says Kay. Kay is MORE. We don’t want meaning. We want to fuck.”

A special emphasis of my work lies in fathoming particular gendered codes of silence. Through writing I try to understand how those gaps feel, sound or look like. In her text ‘Against ordinary language: The language of the body’, Kathy Acker undertakes the experiment to write about bodybuilding only to realize that she forgets to write after each workout: “I shall begin describing, writing about bodybuilding in the only way that I can: I shall begin by analyzing this rejection of ordinary or verbal language. (…) In a gym, verbal language or language whose purpose is meaning occurs, if at all, only at the edge of its becoming lost.” Like bodybuilding, sex can be understood as a language of the body that both uses and defies words in order to maintain intensity.

I’d like to read selected passages from my text and use this situation as an exercise. After the reading, I’d like to initiate a discussion about writing and its capacity to reflect cultural and political implications of sex and language. Can we dose, trigger or undo effects of meaning? To what extent can writing be a practice of sensing and re-sensing? How to invent new kinds of bodies and feelings?

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19. Dezember 2018, 17:00-21:00 Uhr
Magazine Launch
Ztscrpt #33, Lisa Fittko
EECLECTIC Office
Lindenstraße 91
10969 Berlin-Kreuzberg
Eingang über E.T.A.-Hoffmann-Promenade

mit Beiträgen von: Bea Schlingelhoff, Eric Bell & Kristoffer Frick, Sara MacKillop, Spartakusgruppe 1918, Delia Gonzales, Cordula Daus, Christina Irrgang, Eric Ellingsen, Hugo Canoilas, Sadie Plant, Markus Krottendorfer, Kate Rich, Julia Knass, Walter Hetzer and Christian Egger

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9. Dezember 2018, 11:00-19:00 Uhr
Ztscrpt präsentiert Nr. 33, Lisa Fittko
darin ein neuer Text von mir: „Meaning lesser sex (10)“
ASP4 THE FORTH
ICA
The Mall
London
SW1Y 5AH
Freier Eintritt

Artist Self-Publishers Fair – ‚The Forth‘
The fair will, like its predecessors, feature over seventy British and international independent artist self-publishers for the one-day fair. As with the 2015,16 and 17 editions, the fair will show artist self-publishers only and will continue to avoid the restrictions and market dominance that affects much of contemporary arts culture. The publications are still the art works: affordable and available, free from the fetters of the institution or gallery, the ideas, images and text are produced and published by artists who understand the restrictions and freedoms of the printed page.
www.ica.art/live/artist-self-publishers-fair-asp-the-forth

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26. September.-5. Oktober 2018
Writing residency Sutcliffe, Edinburgh/Leith
Research in Glasgow/Gorbals
Applied Chaos Magick mit [M]Dudeck
Standing Stones of Stenness, Skara Brae
Orkney Islands*

* Die Entstehung des Namens Orkney ist unbekannt. S. Tomany geht davon aus, dass im lateinischen Namen orcades das keltische Wort ork „junger Eber“ steckt, möglicherweise ein Stammesname. Die norwegischen Eroberer hätten eine lautliche Verwandtschaft mit dem Wort orkn „Seehund“ zum Anlass genommen, die Inselgruppe Orkn-eyjar zu nennen, also „Seehundsinseln“. Im 8. und 9. Jahrhundert n. Chr. verdrängten die norwegischen die ursprünglichen piktischen Ortsnamen praktisch vollständig. Es gibt über 10.000 Ortsnamen, von denen die meisten Derivate oder Verfälschungen eines altnordischen Namens sind. Diese Wörter wurden mit wenigen Wörtern keltischen Ursprungs und einer Handvoll späterer schottischer Importe vermischt.

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23.08.2018 um 14:00 Uhr
Artistic gestures and practices of thought— writing, drawing, and publishing 
Book presentation, readings, talks
Curated by Corinne Diserens and Motto Books
Haus der Kulturen der Welt
John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10
10557 Berlin
Freier Eintritt

Linking artistic gestures and publishing practices: This is not just about writing and publishing, but also about questioning conventional forms of presentation and reception and re-illuminating the construction of symbolic spaces. An open bookshop and a reading area will be organized by Motto Books consisting of curated
selection of books that are integral to the ideas discussed.

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8. Mai 2018 um 18:00 Uhr
Kay or a Case (1)
Lecture Performance
Angewandte Innovation Laboratory
Franz-Josefs-Kai 3
Wien

I will test out a first episode of my new work and research into intensity: In the experiment “Meaning lesser Sex (MLS+)” the character Kay seeks to trigger, dose and stop effects of meaning on their body.

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J.C. Duenkel in der Humboldt-Box! Herbeizitiert von Liliana Gómez,„Die Box als Sammlerschrank“,  in: z.B. Humboldt-Box: Zwanzig architekturwissenschaftliche Essays
über ein Berliner Provisorium. hg. von Sabine Ammon, Eva Maria Froschauer,
Julia Gill, Constanze A. Petrow, Netzwerk Architekturwissenschaft,
transcript Verlag, Bielefeld 2014

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14.–16. Juli 2017
Fantôme Verlag bei MISS READ
Berlin Art Book Festival 2017
Haus der Kulturen der Welt
John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10
10557 Berlin
Freier Eintritt

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18.5.2017 um 19:00 Uhr
Salon für Kunstbuch
Luftbadgasse 16
1060 Wien

Bernhard Cella eröffnet seine neuen Atelierräume und lädt ein zu einer skulpturalen Intervention mit Beiträgen von:

Linda Bilda, Max Böhme, Maria Bussmann, Sevda Chkoutova, Cordula Daus, Tomas Eller, Nikolaus Gansterer, Franz Graf, Manfred Grübl, Peter Hauenschild, Michael Horsky, Nicolas Jasmin, Luisa Kasalicky, Moussa Kone, Nick Koppenhagen, Hubert Lobnig, Hoa Luo, Josh Müller, Nicolas Maigret & Maria Roszkowska, Werner Moser, Imre Nagy, Lukas Pusch, Leo Schatzl, Hanna Schimek, Annette le Fort, Brigitte Mahlknecht, Axel Töpfer, Mario de Vega, Salvatore Viviano, Annie Vigier & Franck Apertet, Maja Vukoje, Seth Weiner

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10.4.2017
Toponymisches Heft
ab jetzt erhältlich bei OMMU, Athen
ommu.org

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26.3.2017 um 10:30 Uhr
Lecture Performance
Seismolology
College of Arts and Sciences
The University of Tokyo
3-8-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku
Tokyo 〒 153-8902

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22.2. 2017 um 19.00 Uhr
Einführung in die Erschütterungskunde
Vortrag
Salon für Kunstbuch 21er Haus
Arsenalstraße 1
1030 Wien

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9.12.2016 um 20:30 Uhr
Buchvorstellung
Toponymisches Heft Nr. 3 – Seismolologie
Acud macht Neu
Studio
Veteranenstraße 21
10119 Berlin

Wir laden herzlich zur Buchvorstellung ein!

Chile ist das seismischste Land der Erde. An manchen Orten, wie in La Ligua, bebt es fast täglich. Im Durchschnitt erlebt eine Bewohnerin der Region etwa hundert temblores (Beben, Bibbern) und maximal zwei terremotos (Erdbeben).

Das dritte Toponymische Heft ist dem weiten Ausdrucksspektrum seismischer Medien gewidmet. Wohlwollende Beobachter, Zeigefinger, Seesedimente und Hotelwände erzählen von einem fast vergessenen Experiment: Wann beginnt ein Ereignis; kann man es fühlen? Wie schreibt man ein Beben? Und – rettet uns die Geologie vor dem Sentiment?

Cordula Daus stellt ausgewählte Episoden aus ihrem neu erschienen Buch vor. Nach eingehendem Studium der Sachlage behauptet die Autorin eine Erschütterungskunde, die sich ihrer Bedeutung entsinnt. Neben praktischen Anleitungen und literarischen Exkursen gibt sie Einblicke in bisher unveröffentlichte Briefe an den Direktor des chilenischen Erdbebendienstes Fernand Montessus de Ballore.

Vasilis Marmatakis, der bereits das zweite Heft mitgestaltet hat, wird ebenfalls anwesend sein.

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Fantôme Verlag bei Friends with Books
Festival für zeitgenössische Künstlerbücher und Zeitschriften
Eröffnung: Freitag, 9. Dezember, 18:00 –20:00 Uhr

9.–11. Dezember 2016
Öffnungszeiten:
Samstag, 10. Dezember, 11:00 –19:00 Uhr
Sonntag, 11. Dezember, 11:00 –19:00 Uhr

Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart
Invalidenstraße 50–51
10557 Berlin
http://www.friendswithbooks.org/content/about

Freier Eintritt

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24.11.2016 ab 20:00 Uhr
info on books
Bar Babette
Karl-Marx-Allee 36
10178 Berlin

mit:
Yvon Chabrowski
Cordula Daus
Moritz Frei
Solvej Helweg Ovesen & Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung
Stefan Hurtig
Anna Klüssendorf
Oksana Kyzymchuk
Edgar Leciejewski
Nina Annabelle Märkl
THE OPÉRA
Roselyne Titaud
Sophie-Therese Trenka-Dalton

und DJ Thibaut de Ruyter

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1.11.2016
Neuerscheinung – Out now!
Toponymisches Heft Nr. 3
Bestellungen unter: ngt(at)gmx.net

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22.9.2016 um 19:00 Uhr
SATELLITE SALON // TREMORS
Bergstraße 16/17
10115 Berlin

SATELLITE SALON // TREMORS is brought to you by writer-curator Dr. Sara Barnes and artist Lucy Powell. The salon hosts artists, scientists, writers and curators in various venues in Berlin and the UK. We aim to establish stimulating dialogue around changing themes, leading to a productive network of interested individuals with an eye to facilitating art/science collaboration.

Presenters:

Cordula Daus is an author and cultural scientist with a sculptural practice. In 2009 she founded the The New Society for Applied Toponymy (NST), which examines the relation between places and their names, language and matter. She publishes a journal series under the title of Toponymisches Heft. The third volume „Seismolology“ features a cross-genre study of tremors (Erschütterungskunde) and will published this autumn with Fantôme Verlag.

Gerko Egert is a researcher in the Cluster of Excellence project Languages of Emotion at the Freie Universität Berlin. He is also a postdoctoral fellow at the Studies in Performing Arts & Media, Ghent University. His research deals with contemporary dance, human and non-human choreographies, politics of movement, weather and touch.

Amy Liptrot is an author from the island of Orkney in Scotland. She is widely published in magazines, journals and blogs and her first book, The Outrun (2016) has been met with great acclaim. Nominated for many awards (and winner of the Wainwright Prize), The Outrun charts her recovery from a chaotic London life on the edge amidst the winds and wildness of Orkney.

Guests:

Ally Bisshop, whose first degree was in Microbiology, is a PhD student at the National Institute for Experimental Arts (UNSW Sydney), undertaking practice-based research related to the philosophy of Henri Bergson and his thesis that reality (and matter) is pure vibration. From 2010-2011 she was a participant at Olafur Eliasson’s Institut für Raumexperimente.

Raffaele Gallo is a freelance documentary photographer and PhD candidate at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology of the Freie Universität Berlin. He is writing his doctoral thesis on “Images of Disasters. Photography and the Representation of Natural Disasters”.

Dr. Julia Köhne is a cultural historian at the Humboldt University Institute for Cultural Studies in Berlin. Among other related topics, she is a Scientific Associate on the German Research council (DFG) project “Trauma Translations. Production and Imagination in Film and Theory”. Her work includes the context of World War I “war hysterics” and the iconography of their shiver movements.

Thomas Meadowcroft is an internationally recognised composer, arranger and musician whose work often deals with questions of ecology. His recent radiophonic piece Moving Homes made in collaboration with Deutschland Radio Kultur is a music ethnography set on an imaginary stretch of Australian coastline that is prone to tropical cyclones.

Fritz Schlüter is a cultural anthropologist. He has a background in theatre and film sound design and is now a lecturer in Sound Studies, Ethnography and Cultural Studies in the Arts and Media Department at the University of Potsdam and the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam (Design Department) where he teaches sonic fieldwork and sound composition.

Prof Dr Thomas Schnalke is a medical historian and the Director of the Berlin Medical Museum at the Charité. He has published widely and organised numerous exhibitions on the history of medicine as well as curating art exhibitions in medical contexts. The museum’s next medical exhibition, Hieb § Stich, delves into the work of forensic investigators and opens 14 October 2016.

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11.6.2016 um 12:30 Uhr
CONCEPTUAL POETICS DAY 2016
Akademie der Künste
Hanseatenweg 10, Halle 2
10557 Berlin

Cordula Daus liest erstmals aus ihrer neuen Publikation.
Der Vortrag wird auf englischer Sprache sein.

Freier Eintritt
http://conceptualpoeticsday.org

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Oktober 2015
„Where does the Water touch the bank“ (WdW Review)
Adam Bobbette schreibt über die Dimension der Berührung
in Flüssen, Steilufern, Bergen und seismische Gesten

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September 2015
Publikationsförderung für Toponymisches Heft Nr. 3
Kunstfonds Bonn

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29.7.2015 um 14:45 Uhr
Cordula Daus: „Seismolologies“
Vortrag,  „Jaw Versus Eye Attack“, Vierte Welt, Berlin
http://www.jvea.org/2015-programme/
My lecture takes a close look at a series of seismic events and their accounting recordings. I will try to understand what it means to understand, to make sense, to sense into the inner of the earth.

On April 19th, 1889 the horizontal pendulum of a German astronomer in Berlin-­Potsdam by chance registers the first „Fernbeben“ – a shaking that occurred 9000 km away in Japan. On August 16th, 1906 a strong earthquake destroys the city of Valparaiso in Chile. The needle of the only seismograph available in Santiago breaks and leaves traces of a strange dance on carbon loaded paper. In the weeks after, hundreds of lay observers describe the ways they felt the earthquake when answering an official questionnaire. On March 3rd, 2015 at 3:00 o‘ clock a.m. the volcano Villarrica in the South of Chile erupts fulfilling the prophecies of a local indigenous leader.

Can a volcano be „understood“? What is a seismic event – where does it start, where does it end? Based on material from my recent research in Chile, this talk will serve as a preview and first exercise on the way to my upcoming publication, Toponymisches Heft Nr. 3 (Fantôme Verlag, Berlin).

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SS 2015 – WS 2015/16
„30 Toponyme“, International Workshop
Muthesius Kunsthochschule, Kiel

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27.5.2015 um 19:30 Uhr
Cordula Daus: „Geophysik der Stimme“
Vortrag, Muthesius Kunsthochschule, Kiel

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März 2015
Forschungsreise Chile

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3.-6.7.2014
Workshop „Kissing the Earth Good-Bye“
Cordula Daus und Stephan Thiel (studio nand)
sowie Vortrag im Rahmen von Revolving Stars, Shaky Grounds: Konstellationen unsicheren Wissens in Kunst, Wissenschaft und Technik
Festspielhaus Dresden Hellerau

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Geophysik der Stimme
18.11.2013 um 20:00 Uhr
Cordula Daus liest aus Toponymisches Heft Nr. 2
Rumbalotte, Metzerstr. 9 Berlin

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Helmut Höge (taz) schreibt über Groschenhefte, Entenhausen, Pulp Fiction,
Kynologie und die Toponymischen Hefte

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6.11.1013 um 18:00 Uhr
Cordula Daus: „Geophysik der Stimme“
Vortrag im Rahmen der Ringvorlesung „Framing Art, Science and Technology„,
Aktsaal Hochschule der Bildenden Künste, Brühlsche Terrasse 1, Dresden

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1.9.2013 ab 17:00 Uhr
DAYTRIP IX curated by Trevor Lee Larson
A Series of readings and performances with Cordula Daus, Robert Gordon, Jessie Holmes, Henrich Jelinek, Hanne Lippard, Mario Mentrup, Sandra Mujinga, Diana Weis
Galerie Kamm, Rosa-Luxemburg-Str. 45, Berlin

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17.7.2013 um 20:00 Uhr
Book presentation Toponymisches Heft Nr. 2
Motto, Skalitzer Str. 68
10997 Berlin

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9.6.2013 um 20:00 Uhr / Wiener Festwochen
Cordula Daus: „Geophysik der Stimme“
Vortrag, freiraum, Museumsquartier Wien

„Bekanntmachung und Requerimiento, das den Bewohnern
der Inseln und des Festlandes des Mar-Oceano zu machen
ist, die unserem Herren noch nicht unterworfen sind“
Performance, Schauspieler: Francis Okpata

10.5.-16.6.2013
Cordula Daus: „Lauteindruck, Notizbuch Nr. 8“
(Zeichnungen und Ausschnitte aus Toponymisches Heft Nr. 2)
Secession, Wien

im Rahmen von „Unruhe der Form“
kuratiert von Karl Baratta, Stefanie Carp, Matthias Pees,
Hedwig Saxenhuber und Georg Schöllhammer
Wiener Festwochen 2013
[Download Ausstellungsguide]

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1.6.2013 um 17:00 Uhr
Cordula Daus: Toponymisches Heft Nr. 2
Buchvorstellung, Salon Wulff, Berlin

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2011-2012
Residency, Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht

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Februar-März 2011
Forschungsreise Peru

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5.12.2010 um 17:00 Uhr

Cordula Daus: Toponymisches Heft Nr. 1
Buchvorstellung und Ausstellung
Galerie Laura Mars, Berlin

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23.11.2010 – 21.1.2011
Cordula Daus: „Das Trujillo-Syndrom“
Vortrag und Diainstallation, „Notes on Memories“
kuratiert von Sophie Goltz, IG Bildende Kunst Wien

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17.11.2010 um 19:30 Uhr
Performing Books
The Trujillo-Syndrome
Salon Populaire
Bülowstrasse, 90
10783 Berlin

Cordula Daus will present her research and the soon to be published journal “The Trujillo-Syndrome” (Maas-Media Verlag).

Names are powerful tools. They don’t need any reason or sense. With the act of naming a space, a possession or even love is claimed. Names contain the magic side of language itself – the hidden seduction to create a reality by naming. The Trujillo-Syndrome tells the intricate story of a tiny Spanish city whose name exists 21 times in the world. During the 16th century Trujillo was the birthplace of up to 600 conquerors and adventurers who left to the New World. Until today the Spanish Trujillo claims to be the “cradle of Latin America”. What kind of memory is contained in a name? What happens if a name implodes and turns out to be a nightmare?

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