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Archive Condensed Ready For Transportation
Provenance: Museum Quartier
Date collection: 31/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: COMBIENED
Description: All items from the archive have been packed in the box ready for transportation as this day I am leaving Museum Quartier and returning home to Belgrade.
Nexus to other items: 1415
Collection: V.R.

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Archive Display
Provenance: Museum Quartier
Date collection: 30/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: COMBIENED
Description: The entire archive in its current state was put on public display. Most of items were brought to the state of material.
Nexus to other items: 1297
Collection: V.R.

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Hyacinth - Archive Display
Provenance: Museum Quartier
Date collection: 30/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: COMBIENED
Description: Hyacinth plant stands as a temporal marker of the archive as its growth pace delimits its stages.
Nexus to other items: 1303
Collection: V.R.

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Lemon Plant
Provenance: Museum Quartier
Date collection: 30/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: COMBIENED
Description: Among all of archived items the only one that had developed life are the lemon seeds. Two small plants started to develop from it.
Nexus to other items: 1373
Collection: V.R.

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Ducks in Pool
Provenance: Museum Quartier
Date collection: 28/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ENVIRONMENTAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Next day the pools were filled with water and a couple of ducks were there floating. How did they knew that the pool was going to be filled just the they after their arrival, or it was the Museums management saw the ducks had arrived and filled the pool..
Nexus to other items: 1380

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Coral Collection
Provenance: Natural History Museum
Date collection: 27/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Various cabinets in Natural History Museum are storing corals. Those one are brought from expedition to the Red Sea in XIX century at the time when Suets Canal was built. Construction of Suets Canal in posterior years caused the change in marine life in the Red Sea. Presented specimens provide valuable information for researching changes in marine life due to human interventions.

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Serpentine Snail
Provenance: Natural History Museum
Date collection: 27/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Franz Stephan payed enormous amount of money which that equaled annual salary of the highest ranked general of the time for one piece of serpentine snail. Todays monetary value of this kind of snails is insignificant, not more than couple of euros, but at that time when was difficult to travel and go deep under the sea it was possible to price it so much.
Nexus to other items: 1344, 1347

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Ducks Arrival
Provenance: Museum Quartier
Date collection: 27/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ENVIRONMENTAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: A couple of ducks appeared in the Museum Quarter courtyard. Employees in MQ Daily told me that they are coming every year for the pools that will be filled with water in this part of the year.
Nexus to other items: 1166

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Sponges Collection Stored
Provenance: Natural History Museum
Date collection: 27/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Biologist and researcher in XIX century brought important collection of marine sponges from Indian Ocean. Specimens are not only valuable for its material biological information but also for its beautiful form .
Nexus to other items: 1348

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Ground Snails Cabinet
Provenance: Natural History Museum
Date collection: 27/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: The whole cabinet in the NHM storage is dedicated to variation of ground snails. Although they all look quite similar observing location and time of their collection could provide diverse information about environmental changes.
Nexus to other items: 1347

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Museum Lots
Provenance: Natural History Museum
Date collection: 27/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Each card in museum register represents a lot not a singular object. Very small species often are registered in lots. It would be impossible to say how many specimens there is in NHM but the number of lots is around 2 million.

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Franz Stephan's Collection
Provenance: Natural History Museum
Date collection: 27/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Franz Stephan husband of Maria Teresa bought collection of 30.000 natural objects from Johann Ritter von Balliou. This was first classified collection and counts as initial of todays Natural History Museums Collection which counts with around 2 milion lots.

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Ghost Item
Provenance: Welt Museum / VBKÖE, Julia Wieger
Date collection: 19/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Julia Wieger explained a controversial history of woman organisation VBKÖE, formed in 1910 by at that time progressive group of female artists, which also had an 'obscure' period of collaboration with national-socialist party (1939-45) and continued on conservative line till 90's. Julia worked on the organisations archive where lots of documents were missing. In the work they referred to the missing files as an archival gaps. No archives are complete and comprehensive, but its worth thinking how we deal with what is excluded or missing? Image of Yurupari flute that can't be seen from Welt Museum.
Nexus to other items: 1274

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Platonov: Labour and Nature
Provenance: Molecular Red - M. Wark / Dariia
Date collection: 19/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Nexus to other items: 1285

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Platonov: Labour and Nature
Provenance: Molecular Red - M. Wark / Dariia
Date collection: 19/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: "Its hard to to actually know anything about the infrastructure and nature from the experience of its surplus"
Nexus to other items: 1293

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Platonov: Comradeship
Provenance: Molecular Red - M. Wark / Dariia
Date collection: 18/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Platonov's theory of proletarian comradeship among rocks, animals and plants. "Growing grass and working steam engines take the same kind of mechanics..."

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Hyacinth
Provenance: BILLA
Date collection: 17/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: ORGANIC
Description: Hyacinth has a new cycle of life after loosing the flowers. Its leafs are curling upwards. Two of avocado bones from the archive are placed in the soil in expectation to start sprouting.
Nexus to other items: 1262

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Hyacinth
Provenance: BILLA
Date collection: 14/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: ORGANIC
Description: Its lefs are bending to the floor
Nexus to other items: 1226

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Fetishism
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 13/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Archduke Franz Ferdinand, passionate hunter also was an obsessive and extravagant collector focusing on particular objects, for example leather gloves which he had from all parts of the world, he had visited, and he used to travel a lot. He would enter the store in India with figurines presenting different social occupancies, and buy all the shop. He was also keeping meticulous record of all purchased items in his books, what in lot facilitated the work of contemporary museum curators and archivists.

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Undisplayable / Ghost Item
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 13/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Yurupari flutes and trumpets of northwestern Amazonia tribes are sacred objects used in rituals related to the reproduction of society and Universe performed only by initiated men. No woman or other people are allowed to see them, they could only listen to the music behind the screens. Yurupari flute is exchanged with a tribe for the rifles and on the exhibition display is presented behind opaque glass because the former owners insisted they could be kept in the collection but not seen (put on display).

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Racial Combinations and Cast Stratifications
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 13/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Paintings depict diverse combinations of progenitors and their child giving terminology and their cast (class) positioning. Mexico.

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Labour and Nature / Bogdanov
Provenance: Dariya
Date collection: 12/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Excerpt from the book "Molecular Red" by M. Wark gives Bogdanovs view on relation between Nature and Labour.
Nexus to other items: 1310

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Body / Vessels
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 12/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Berber woman in privacy of home found their way of self-expression mainly through fabrication of ceramic and textile. "In the seclusion of home they make the space of everyday viable, and visibly materialise a particular life design, in that they symbolically they reproduce their bodies in the making of pottery repeating the image of 'body as vessel', and weaving, perhaps the most accomplished and artistic continuation of the Self. In a world in which constant control is the preserve of the men (control of language, of ideology, of commerce, etc.) the woman have developed a cultural model which is based on their corporeal experience." Also around 70% of the archive items present some kind of vessels or containers, being it generated by nature of man-made."

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Economic casualty / Bogdanov
Provenance: Molecular Red - M. Wark / Dariia
Date collection: 12/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Excerpt from the book "Molecular Red" by M. Wark gives Bogdanovs view on economic casualty.
Nexus to other items: 1224

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Hyacinth
Provenance: BILLA
Date collection: 12/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ENTERTAINMENT/JOY
Specification: ORGANIC
Description: Hyacinth's leafs are slowly bending
Nexus to other items: 1187

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Multitude / Collection
Provenance: Kunsthalle Wien
Date collection: 10/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Work of Ydessa Hendeles, who is at the same time is curator, collector and artist, combines and superposes very valuable art and antiquity collection items. On the image exhibition view of multitude made of big number of wooden mannequin figures of diverse sizes and precedence.
Nexus to other items: 1185

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Molecular Red / the book
Provenance: Dariia
Date collection: 09/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: McKenzie Wark, 2106, Verso Books, landed by Dariia.. It looks for new pathway in Athropocene from a perspective of early 20th century writings of Bogdanov and Platonov.

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Hyacinth plant
Provenance: BILLA
Date collection: 09/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: ORGANIC
Nexus to other items: 1131

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Change of Season
Provenance: Narrenturm
Date collection: 07/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: OTHER
Description: After days of minus 10 and 15 degrees today the temperature went steep up to 10 degrees over zero. Snow is rapidly melting, and the winter days seem to be over for this years cycle.

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Wax castings collection of skin diseases
Provenance: Narrenturm
Date collection: 07/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT

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Labeling - skull
Provenance: Narrenturm
Date collection: 07/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: OTHER

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Work Related illness Chart
Provenance: Narrenturm
Date collection: 07/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Description: Illustrative chart of work related diseases showing precedence, microscopic view and manifestation on the human body.

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Alchemist laboratory
Provenance: Narrenturm
Date collection: 07/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Description: Alchemist laboratory, one of the chambers in Narrenturm (Fool's Tower, world's oldest building for the accommodation of mental patients, built in 1784) gathers all of the rare un classified objects found on the place.

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Archive Contextual Map
Provenance: V.R.
Date collection: 07/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: OTHER
Description: Archive collection is made in Museum Quartier, which is in proximity of Kunsthisttoriches Museum, Natural History Museum and Welt Museum. Constructed between 1871–1891.
Nexus to other items: 1023

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Kunsthistoriches Museum Exhibition View
Provenance: Kunsthistoriches Museum
Date collection: 06/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: PLASTIC
Nexus to other items: 1150

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Cabinet of Curiosities
Provenance: Kunsthistoriches Museum
Date collection: 06/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: PLASTIC
Description: Hans III. Jordaens, around 1630
Nexus to other items: 1149

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Cabinet of Art and Rarities
Provenance: Kunsthistoriches Museum
Date collection: 06/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Description: Frans II. Francken, from the legend: "With his encyclopedic still life, Frans Francken created a precursor to the gallery picture type, which was a characteristic pictorial theme for Antwerp's wealthy artists' and collectors' scene. The "naturalia" objects deriving from nature) and "artificialia" (worksof art) are depicted here within the most narrow confines..."
Nexus to other items: 1146

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Stone Slabs
Provenance: Kunsthistoriches Museum
Date collection: 06/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: PLASTIC
Description: Material consistance..

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Archiduke Leopold Wilhem in his gallery at Brussels
Provenance: Kunsthistoriches Museum
Date collection: 06/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: OTHER
Description: 1651, from the legend: "The great significance of Leopold Wilhem (1614-1622) is based less on his political activity as a regent of Spanish Netherlands than on his role as a patron of the arts. He compiled a gallery of more than 1400 pictures, most of which are found in the Kunsthistoriches Museum today. Here Teniers depicts archduke and himself with other courtiers as they view 51 Italian works from the collection of the duke of Hamilton..."

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Retrodetermination in Hegel
Provenance: Social Reproduction Theory / Dubravka
Date collection: 05/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Article "Intersections and Dialectics: Critical Reconstructions in Social Reproduction Theory" by David McNally, from a book "Social Reproduction Theory" ed. Tithi Bathachaya, gives Hegels explication of dialectics and retrodetermination.
Nexus to other items: 1225

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Hegels concept of Theleology
Provenance: Social Reproduction Theory / Dubravka
Date collection: 05/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Article "Intersections and Dialectics: Critical Reconstructions in Social Reproduction Theory" by David McNally, from a book "Social Reproduction Theory" ed. Tithi Bathachaya, gives Hegels exlication of the concept of theleology, by which any thing has its final purpose related to social reproduction.
Nexus to other items: 1113

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Retrodetermination in Hegel
Provenance: Social Reproduction Theory / Dubravka
Date collection: 05/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Article "Intersections and Dialectics: Critical Reconstructions in Social Reproduction Theory" by David McNally, from a book "Social Reproduction Theory" ed. Tithi Bathachaya, gives Hegels explication of dialectics and retrodetermination.
Nexus to other items: 1225, 1228, 1227

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Parts and a whole
Provenance: Social Reproduction Theory / Dubravka
Date collection: 05/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Article "Intersections and Dialectics: Critical Reconstructions in Social Reproduction Theory" by David McNally, from a book "Social Reproduction Theory" ed. Tithi Bathachaya, explains on relations between parts and a whole.
Nexus to other items: 1113, 1225

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Social Reproduction Circuit
Provenance: Social Reproduction Theory / Dubravka
Date collection: 04/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Tithi Batachaya in her article about Social reproduction gives a formula for production of labour power outside of capital production circuit formulated by Marx.
Nexus to other items: 1133, 1113

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The Sock of the Antropocene
Provenance: Buchhandlung Walther König
Date collection: 04/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: PLASTIC
Nexus to other items: 1047

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Hibernating archive
Provenance: Botanical garden
Date collection: 04/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Description: In botanical garden almost all plants are hibernating below the snow. Only sign of their existence are insignias on their labels.

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Ageing -
Provenance: Belvedere - Pride of Aging Exhibition
Date collection: 04/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Exhibition joins more than 50 artworks that tematize ageing. Artist made an assemblage of bodies of four generations, her mother, grandmother and daughter.
Nexus to other items: 1127

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A sample showing evolution of local countryside plants
Provenance: Botanical garden
Date collection: 04/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Description: A sample showing evolution of local countryside plants shows not much sign of life due to the weather conditions. Labels are almost everything that could be perceived.
Nexus to other items: 1189

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Links
Provenance: VBKOE
Date collection: 03/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: I assisted the workshop on the work of Gloria Anzaldua. A short excerpt from her book talk about bridges between unstable places, and seeng through connections. Links between items make important part of this data base, and I am looking how to better visualise them.

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Hyacinth
Provenance: BILLA
Date collection: 03/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: ORGANIC
Weight: 479.9 gr
Price: 1,99 EUR
Nexus to other items: 1121

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Window Ashtray
Provenance: MQ Daily
Date collection: 02/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Description: It is forbidden to smoke in the MQ Studios. I was following this rule for the first month of staying there, but in the second month as I had to spend more time working in the studio I made a smoking spot on the window.

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Margaret of Austria #02
Provenance: Kunsthistoriches Museum
Date collection: 01/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: OTHER
Description: Archiduchess Margaret of Austria (1480-1530) regent of Netherlands and first important Habsburg collector.
Collection: none

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Kunstkammer of Rudolf II #2
Provenance: Kunsthistoriches Museum
Date collection: 01/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: OTHER
Nexus to other items: 1124, 1122
Collection: none

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Ageing statuette
Provenance: Kunsthistoriches Museum
Date collection: 01/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: OTHER
Description: Statuette from a Collection of Margarete of Austria represents ageing condition of human being, confronting young male and female figures with the figure of the old woman.
Nexus to other items: 1125, 1126, 1176

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Rudolf II
Provenance: Kunsthistoriches Museum
Date collection: 01/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: OTHER
Description: Famous for its collection Rudolf II...

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Hyacinth
Provenance: BILLA
Date collection: 01/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: ORGANIC
Description: two of three flower clusters have faded now
Nexus to other items: 1111

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Kunstkammer of Rudolf II
Provenance: Kunsthistoriches Museum
Date collection: 01/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT

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Margaret of Austria
Provenance: Kunsthistoriches Museum
Date collection: 01/03/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: OTHER

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Emptied archive depositorium
Provenance: Museum Quartier
Date collection: 28/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: OTHER
Description: All the items from the depositorium had to be moved due to changing the studio.
Nexus to other items: 1042

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Swapping studios - studio keys
Provenance: Museum Quartier
Date collection: 28/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ADMINISTRATION/ACCESS
Specification: OTHER
Nexus to other items: 1107, 1109

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Hyacinth
Provenance: BILLA
Date collection: 28/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: ORGANIC
Weight: ... gr
Nexus to other items: 1098

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New archive display
Provenance: V.R.
Date collection: 28/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: OTHER
Description: All the archive items are moved to the new studio, sorted and displayed in different arrangement
Nexus to other items: 1107
Collection: V.R.

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Social reproduction - editor Tithi Bathachaya
Provenance: Dubravka Sekulić
Date collection: 27/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: OTHER
Description: Link to download file

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Paper money
Provenance: V.R.
Date collection: 27/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ADMINISTRATION/ACCESS
Specification: PAPER/CARDBOARD
Weight: 2.2 gr
Description: from the perspective of material consistence paper bills are just paper
Nexus to other items: 1025

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Hyacinth
Provenance: BILLA
Date collection: 27/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: ORGANIC
Price: 1,99 EUR
Description: Hyacinth flowers are slowly starting to wither. They become very heavy I have to lean them on the window surface in order to sustain themselves.
Nexus to other items: 1084

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Morning Coffee
Provenance: MQ Daily
Date collection: 26/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: NONE
Description: Moving the working office in MQ Daily became a daily routine. Waiters know me already well, and they bring me coffee without taking an order.
Nexus to other items: 1066

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Hyacinth
Provenance: BILLA
Date collection: 26/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: ORGANIC
Weight: 575.3 gr
Price: 1,99 EUR
Nexus to other items: 1076

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Beseda o kolekcionarstvu (W.Benjamin)
Provenance: BLOK
Date collection: 24/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: reference to Anatol France, about vanity and joy of collecting for its ephemeral nature
Nexus to other items: 1334

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Lexicon of everyday's life
Provenance: Britanac second-hand book market, Zagreb
Date collection: 24/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT

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Beseda o kolekcionarstvu (W.Benjamin)
Provenance: BLOK
Date collection: 24/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: "Property is the deepest relation that a person could have with the things. But not in the way that they live in them but that he lives in them." - Benjamins relation to property is of non capitalist nature, where objects are not considered ownership for its capitalist interest but for a more meaningful relation to the material world.
Nexus to other items: 1115

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Path of reproduction of capital (Marx)
Provenance: BLOK
Date collection: 24/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: OTHER

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Beseda o kolekcionarstvu (Benjamin)
Provenance: BLOK
Date collection: 24/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: PLASTIC
Nexus to other items: 1212

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Carla #03 - electronics workshop
Provenance: Carla /Caritas, 2nd hand retail shop
Date collection: 22/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Carla - electronic repair workshop.
Nexus to other items: 1193, 1194

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Morning Coffee
Provenance: MQ Daily
Date collection: 22/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ENTERTAINMENT/JOY
Specification: NONE
Description: Morning admin work in MQ Daily with coffe.
Nexus to other items: 1061

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Carla #01
Provenance: Carla /Caritas, 2nd hand retail shop
Date collection: 22/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Carla, 2nd hand retail shop is actually a huge department store where all kind of old/used things are stored for reparation and sale. It is divided in diverse sections, which integrate repair workshops, for wood (furniture), electronics (domestic electronic equipment), tailoring (clothes), etc. It made a great inspiration for the present archive.

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Carla #04 - sorting
Provenance: Carla /Caritas, 2nd hand retail shop
Date collection: 22/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Diverse objects are sorted and displayed on the sheves.
Nexus to other items: 1193, 1194, 1195, 1107, 1042

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Carla #05 - unclassified objects
Provenance: Carla /Caritas, 2nd hand retail shop
Date collection: 22/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: In Carla there is also section of unclassified objects.
Nexus to other items: 1196, 1107, 1042, 1155

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Carla #02 - entrance view
Provenance: Carla /Caritas, 2nd hand retail shop
Date collection: 22/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Entrance view, furniture section in Carla.
Nexus to other items: 1193

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Hyacinth
Provenance: BILLA
Date collection: 19/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: ORGANIC
Weight: 586.2 gr
Price: 1,99 EUR
Description: Hyacinth recovered from Ana who was taking care of it while I was away. The third branch is just blossoming.
Nexus to other items: 1041
Collection: V.R.

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Morning Coffee
Provenance: MQ Daily
Date collection: 18/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: NONE
Description: Usual morning coffee in MQ Daily, where I do morning administrative work.
Nexus to other items: 1056

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Astronaut, alien & robot
Provenance: Visions of Nature / Hundertwasswer
Date collection: 18/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Weight: NA gr
Description: installation of Bruno v. Roels
Collection: V.R.

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Horsebreaking
Provenance: Maria Teresien Plaz
Date collection: 18/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Weight: NA gr
Description: 2 scupltures of man taming the horses make an enterance to the Maria Teresien Plaz
Collection: V.R.

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MQ Facade Horse Heads
Provenance: Museum Quartier
Date collection: 18/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Museum Quartier building complex used to be a court stable for horses.
Nexus to other items: 1044, 1045

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Horse-head accordion players
Provenance: Maria Teresien Plaz
Date collection: 18/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Weight: NA gr
Description: in front of housebreaking sculptures two horse- head musicians are playing balkan music
Nexus to other items: 1044
Collection: V.R.

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Sorting of discarded materials
Provenance: Museum Quartier
Date collection: 12/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: PLASTIC
Description: All discarded materials are sorted in the shelf compartments found in the studio space. Sorting is organised by typology of material consistency, eg. organic, paper, metal, plastic, glass, etc
Collection: V.R.

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Hyacinth
Provenance: BILLA
Date collection: 11/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: ORGANIC
Price: 1,99 EUR
Nexus to other items: 1039

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Hyacinth
Provenance: BILLA
Date collection: 10/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: ORGANIC
Price: 1,99 EUR
Description: 3 tubers of hyacinth
Nexus to other items: 1048
Collection: V.R.

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Malagan Trade Cycle #1
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: When the Westerners appear Malagean see that they have more developed technology, skills and accumulate more power in comparison with them. In their understanding it is because they established better relation with ancestors.
Nexus to other items: 1028

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New Zeland Repatriation programme #03
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Nexus to other items: 1031
Collection: V.R.

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Morning Coffee
Provenance: MQ Daily
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: ORGANIC
Weight: 3dl gr
Collection: V.R.

1018

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Stick Chart - inscription
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Description: Stick Chart made as instructive aid by seafarers of the Marshal Islands mid 19th century. Sailing routs taking into account ocean currents, wind directions, marine swells and wave formations near the coastline. Snail shells mark name of the islands.
Nexus to other items: 1201
Collection: V.R.

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Malagan Trade Cycle #4
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Collection: V.R.

1030

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Welt Museum Collection #03
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Description: Collection of Helen Potjewijd. Birth of Balinese souvenir.
Nexus to other items: 1035, 1022
Collection: V.R.

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Malagan Trade Cycle #2
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: For the Malagean all wellbeing in present life is related to the relation with the ancestors. Ancestors are not just dead progenitors, but they are made into through a ritual. Ritual occurs 3 years after progenitors bodies are berried when they are took out from the ground as well. For the ritual Malagean make masks, which serve their purpose and after wards they are destroyed.
Nexus to other items: 1027, 1030

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New Zeland Repatriation programme #04
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Nexus to other items: 1035
Collection: V.R.

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Shell money
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Nexus to other items: 1026
Collection: V.R.

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New Zeland Repatriation programme #01
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Nexus to other items: 1032
Collection: V.R.

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Welt Museum Collection #01
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Description: Interpretation: tigers represent fighting over territory between two colonial powers Dutch and British in Southeast Asia, on expense of the local (Javanese) population.
Nexus to other items: 1020
Collection: V.R.

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Welt Museum Collection #04
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Description: Inscription: Collection of Helen Potjewijd. Birth of Balinese souvenir.
Collection: V.R.

1022

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Malagan Trade Cycle #3
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: NONE
Description: Because of assumed good relations that Westerners in the eyes of Malagean have with the Ancestors and all the benefits they are obtaining for this, Malagean are looking how to introduce Westerners in the Dead Cycle. As Westerners are interested in buying the masks for their Collections in Europe, they are entering in the cycle simply with money which capacitates Malagan for purchasing more objects
Nexus to other items: 1027

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Politics of collecting
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Collection: V.R.

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Shell money
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Description: Samples of sliced shells and parts of money strings from German New Guinea. Demonstration pasteboards made by Otto Finsch.
Collection: V.R.

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New Zeland Repatriation programme #02
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Nexus to other items: 1034
Collection: V.R.

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Stick Chart
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Description: Stick Chart made as instructive aid by seafarers of the Marshal Islands mid 19th century. Sailing routs taking into account ocean currents, wind directions, marine swells and wave formations near the coastline. Snail shells mark name of the islands.
Nexus to other items: 1024
Collection: V.R.

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Welt Museum Collection #02
Provenance: Welt Museum
Date collection: 08/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Description: Resume of the captation: tigers represent fighting over territory between two colonial powers Dutch and British in Southeast Asia, on expense of the local (Javanese) population.
Collection: V.R.

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Collection Natural History #04
Provenance: Natural History Museum
Date collection: 07/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Collection: V.R.

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Collection Natural History #01
Provenance: Natural History Museum
Date collection: 07/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Collection: V.R.

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Collection Natural History #02
Provenance: Natural History Museum
Date collection: 07/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: CULTURAL/SOCIAL INPUT
Specification: IMMATERIAL
Collection: V.R.

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ADMIN ACCESS ITEMS
Provenance: Museum Quartier
Date collection: 05/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: TOOLS/EQUIPMENT
Specification: PAPER/CARDBOARD
Description: stpend money 550euro; Museum card, only for Museum Quarter exhibits, wi-fi password in artist's studio; receipt for received money
Collection: V.R.

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PAPER BAG
Provenance: BILLA
Date collection: 05/02/2018
Section: ARCHIVAL CONTEXT
Typology: ALIMENTATION/FOOD
Specification: PLASTIC
Description: A friend (Dido) finally took the paper bag, so it vanished from the collection.
Nexus to other items: 1154
Collection: V.R.

1004