Iwalewahaus Newsletter Oktober 2018

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Inhalt

Vernissage und Winterausstellungen
BayFinK
Vortragsreihe: African Modernisms
Freundeskreis Iwalewahaus e.V.
Iwalewahaus on tour
zur Gast im Iwalewahaus
Objekt des Monats
ENGLISH
Vernissage and Winter Exhibitions
BayFinK
Lecture Series: African Modernism
Freundeskreis Iwalewahaus e.V.
Iwalewahaus on tour
Object of the Month
Datenschutz // Data Protection

Vernissage und Winterausstellungen

Vernissage für Genesis // Autonomous
Bodies

Die neue Ausstellung Genesis // Autonomous Bodies wird am 27.10.2018 um 20.30 Uhr zum Bayreuther Museumtag 2018 im Rahmen des Weinfests des Freundeskreis Iwalewahaus eröffnet. Ab dem 28.10.2018 ist Genesis zu den regulären Öffnungszeiten bis zum 05.05.2019 im Kleinen Tresor zu sehen.
 

Mal Muga und Namikoye Wanjala, Fumba Fumbua (Detail), Acrylfarbe auf schwarchem Vorhang im Schwarzlicht, 2018. Mit freundlicher genehmigung von Muga und Wanjala.
Foto: Samanea Karrfalt


 
Genesis // Autonomous Bodies ist eine Ausstellung mit Arbeiten der kenianischen Fotograf_innen Mal Muga, Neo Musangi, Manganga Mwagogo, Wawira Njeru, Awuor Onyango und Namikoye Wanjala. Ein autonomer Korpus von Werken autonomer Künstlern_innen, die zusammengehalten werden durch eine Grundidee – diese sechs Fotoserien porträtieren Intimität, fantasievolle, liebevolle, lässige Erfahrungen einiger Mitglieder der LGBTQIA-Community in Kenia. Der sogenannte „unnatürliche Akt“ einer gleichgeschlechtlichen Beziehung und öffentliche Zuneigung unter Gleichgeschlechtlichen sind in Kenia verboten. Und dennoch liebt und gedeiht eine queere Community. Die Werke dieser Fotograf_innen sind ein Zeichen des zivilen Ungehorsams im Zeichen der (Selbst-)Liebe und der Würde. Diese Künstler_innen lassen nicht zu, dass ihre Autonomie verletzt wird. Ihre Stimmen sind ein wichtiger Beitrag in der nationalen und internationalen Debatte über die Rechte von LGBTQIA, hin zu einer humaneren Welt für jede_n.
 
Kuration: Samanea Karrfalt, Katharina Fink, Stefanie Scheer
Konzept, Begleitprogramm und Projektmanagment: Samanea Karrfalt
 
 
Genesis Begleitprogramm

Do. 14.02.2019 // ab 20 Uhr // Genesis Anti-Capitalist Valentine‘s Celebration of Love // Party
Am Tag der Liebe laden wir ein zur antikapitalistischen Valentinsparty - gegen den Kommerz, für die Liebe! Wie ein beliebter Popstar einmal gesungen hat, „my love don’t cost a thing”, und der Eintritt zu dieser Party auch nicht!
 
Fr. 08.03.2019 // 17 Uhr //  Genesis Fotoshoot // Fotoshooting
Autonomie der Körper heißt, sich so darzustellen, wie man möchte. Bedeckt, enthüllt, kostümiert oder ernst. Wir bitten Ihnen um eine Anmeldung bis 01.03.2019 an iwalewahaus@uni-bayreuth.de.

Fr. 26.04.2018 // 18.00 Uhr // Last Genesis // Kuratorinnenführung
Die Kuratorinnen Samanea Karrfalt, Stefanie Scheer und Katharina Fink laden Sie herzlich zum Ende der Genesis Ausstellung zu einem Sektempfang mit Ausstellungsführung und einen Rückblick auf den Lauf des Projekts ein.
 


Feedback: Art, Africa, and the 1980s

Unsere internationale Gruppenausstellung wird aufgrund der hohen Nachfrage verlängert. Feedback öffnet wieder am 27.10.2018 im Rahmen des Bayreuther Museumtag 2018. Ab 28.10.2018 ist Feedback zur unseren regulären Öffnungszeiten bis zum 05.05.2019 zu sehen.
 


Peter Mulindwa, Titel unbekannt, 1981. Foto: DEVA


Feedback: Art, Africa, and the Eighties ist ein kunstorientierter Blick zurück in die 1980er Jahre im Rahmen einer Ausstellung, die sowohl historisch als auch zeitgenössisch ausgerichtet ist. Gezeigt werden soziale, politische und wirtschaftliche Realitäten Afrikas in den 1980er Jahren durch die kreativen Visionen von Künstler_innen.

Die von Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi (Cleveland Museum of Art, USA) kuratierte Ausstellung zeigt Kunstwerke, Musik und Archivmaterial aus dem Iwalewahaus, dem Weltkulturen Museum in Frankfurt und der Makerere Art Gallery in Kampala (Uganda). 

 

Feedback Begleitprogramm

Di. 23.10.2018 // 17.00 Uhr // Papa Wemba – Chief Elder of the Rumba Rock Tribe // Film
Präsentiert von Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bender. Der Film zeigt, wie der Rumba-Rock Musiker Papa Wemba (1949-2016) aus dem Kongo (Kinshasa) nach Europa fliegt, sich dort mit neuer Kleidung und neuester Technik eindeckt, bevor er wieder zuhause ankommt, um dort gefeiert zu werden. Ein Film von Yvan Guypen, Michel Delire 1986, 50 min., OmU (F, UT E).

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Do. 08.11.2018 // 19.00 Uhr //  Iwalewahaus – die Aufbau-Jahre. Eine persönliche Darstellung von Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bender // Führung
An diesem Abend erfahren wir von der Arbeitsweise einer neuen Kulturinstitution vor der Epoche der „Kuratoren“. Wie entstanden Ausstellungen, Konzerte, Lesungen, Workshops, wie war das Verhältnis zur Universität, wie das zum Bayreuther Publikum?

Kuration des Begleitprogramms: Christina Heydenreich

BayFinK


BayFinK, die Bayerische Forschungs- und Informationsstelle – Inklusive Hochschulen und Kultureinrichtungen, bietet die Plattform für einen weltweiten Dialog: Reden Sie mit, dies geht uns alle an.


Goldendean: Plan B, Gathering of Strangers (or) This is not working

Buchpräsentation mit Residenzkünstler Dean Hutton

Mi. 24.10.2018 // 20.00 Uhr
Ort // Foyer
Sprache // Englisch

Titelseite von Plan B

Book launch and a celebration of biblio-diversity: iwalewabooks

In July 2017 the South African Equality Court dismissed charges of hate speech against Goldendean’s exhibition of a poster featuring words “Fuck White People“ in the Iziko National Gallery. The Chief Magistrate found that the work’s context, as art, brought attention to structural racism and white supremacy, and drew South Africans to a “critical moment of self-reflection“. Plan B reflects on the effects of their performance of simple acts of dissidence in a transgressive fat, queer, white trans* body. The book explores how strategies of technology as self-reflection and radical sharing, queer love and queer disobedience contribute to “making whiteness strange“. They believe that by destabilising the normal invisibility of whiteness, they can bring white bodies under surveillance.

Plan B is going to be presented by iwalewabooks, a new publishing house for art and discourse. Iwalewabooks dedicates their publications to questions about aesthetic social discourses, the politics of collecting, debates about archives and artistic and academic positions from the Global South.



Das Kongo-Tribunal von Team Milo Rau

Film mit Diskussion
Fr. 26.10.2018 // 20.00 Uhr
Ort // Richard Wagner Museum

„Das Kongo Tribunal“ durchleuchtet anhand eines Tribunals vor Ort im Ostkongo und in Berlin die Gründe und Hintergründe für den seit bald 20 Jahren andauernden Krieg im Gebiet der Großen Seen.



Theatrum Mundi Oberammergau

mit Christian Stückl und Frederik Mayet (Volkstheater München)
Sa. 27.10.2018 // 18.00 Uhr
Ort // Richard Wagner Museum

Christian Stückl, seit 1987 Spielleiter der Passionsspiele in Oberammergau und Intendant des Münchner Volkstheaters, und Frederik Mayet, der künstlerische Leiter und Pressesprecher des Volkstheaters München, im Gespräch. Kooperation im Rahmen der Sonderausstellung „Theatrum Mundi” im Richard Wagner Museum.



Lange Nacht der Museen im Iwalewahaus

mit Führungen von Philipp Schramm
Sa. 27.10.2018 // 17.15 Uhr

Seit 2001 lädt die Stadt Bayreuth mit ihren Museen und Sehenswürdigkeiten zu einer „Langen Nacht der Museen” ein. Wir eröffnen unsere Ausstellung Feedback wieder und laden Sie zu inklusiven Führungen mit BayFinK Teammember Philipp Schramm ein.

Vortragsreihe: African Modernisms

Leonard Laleye, a modern painter in Dahomey

mit Joseph Adande (Université Abomey-Calavi, Benin)

Mi. 24.10.2018 // 18.00 Uhr
Ort: Foyer
Sprache // Englisch

Leonard Laleye. (c) Joseph Adande

Born in 1924, Leonard Olaniran Laleye started painting in 1947. Eventually, he became the official portraitist to the nations politicians and frequently refused more lucrative business opportunities, in order to remain a painter. In this presentation, Prof. Adande will present the live and oeuvre of one of Benin’s most important modernists.

Freundeskreis Iwalewahaus e.V.

Der Kreis der Freund_innen unterstützt das Iwalewahaus in all seiner Vielseitigkeit. Machen Sie mit! Unsere Termine stehen allen offen: Interessierten, Mitgliedern und ihren Freund_innen.

Weinfest​
Sa. 27.10.2018 // ab 19.30 Uhr
Ort // Foyer


Der Freundeskreis lädt zu Wein, Musik, einem stimmungsvollen Herbstbeginn und diese Jahr zur Vernissage für Genesis // Autonomous Bodies ein! Der Eintritt ist wie immer frei, wir freuen uns über Spenden.

Mehr unter: www. freundeskreisiwalewahaus.com

Iwalewahaus on tour

FAVT Ouagadougou: Future Africa Visions in Time

27.09.2018 - 03.11.2018

National Museum of Burkina Faso in Ouagadougou


© Emeka Alams

Die Ausstellung FAVT: Future Africa Visions in Time erforscht vielfältige Forschungsgebiete und Diskussionen der Bayreuth Academy of Advanced African Studies. Durch intensive Gespräche zwischen werden in dieser sich stetig wandelnden Ausstellung Kunstwerke und konzeptionelle Positionen entwickelt, die sich kritisch mit den Konzepten von "Zukünften" beschäftigen, über sie nachdenken, sie interpretieren, vorstellen, intervenieren, stören oder antizipieren.

 

Die Ouagadougou-Iteration der FAVT wurde durch das Ministerium für Kultur, Kunst und Tourismus von Burkina Faso, das Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung und die Universität Bayreuth ermöglicht.

Konzept: Katharina Fink & Nadine Siegert

FAVT Ouagadougou Curator: Felicia Nitsche

zur Gast im Iwalewahaus

Symposium and Workshop: South African Opera Productions after the Apartheid​

Do. 18.10. - Fr. 19.10.2018 // 10.00 - 18.00 Uhr
Ort // Foyer
Sprache // Englisch 

This symposium will focus on South African Opera productions. Thereby the aim of the symposium is to represent the plurality of artistic concepts which deal in different ways with the multiple challenges of political and social transformation. How can opera in South Africa be involved in the process of societal transformation in a post-apartheid society? How do themes for the libretti change? How did language, the style of composition and orchestration transform? Which new locations for performances are found to involve new audiences? How did the aesthetics change?



Black Opera and Working Catfish Role: Engaging Black Experience in Opera

mit Prof. Dr. Naomi André (University Michigan, USA)


Do. 18.10.2018 // 19.00 Uhr
Ort // Foyer
Sprache // Englisch

Through an evaluation of the historical context for Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, set in the 1920s and first performed in 1935 during Jim Crow, this work creates multiple meanings when it is performed today. Now over 80 years later we have seen the Civil Rights movement, an era where policies around incarceration have been called the “New Jim Crow,” and a current climate where many contend that #BlackLivesMatter, Porgy and Bess has a special place in American culture and when it is performed across the globe. This engaged musicological analysis incorporates the role of the creators, the embodiment of the performers on stage, and the vantage points of the audience interpreting the performance.


Sicula iOpera. A documentary portrait of a radical re-make of Verdi’s opera Macbeth.

 

Fr. 19.10.2018 // 19.00 Uhr
Ort // Foyer
Sprache // Englisch

From the bright lights of some of the world’s most prestigious theatres and festivals, we follow three opera singers on a world tour, then back to their lives at home in South Africa. The film also showcases the powerful, political production. Shakespeare’s story of greed, tyranny and remorse is set in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

The film’s director Catherine Henegan traveled with the opera over a period of three years in the role of company manager, which give her a unique opportunity to document the artists involved in this extraordinary theatrical production.

Objekt des Monats

Objekt des Monats

#47

Slave To Champ II by Godfried Donkor

collage, giclée print on paper with gold leaf, 2009.



 

The work by Ghanaian artist Godfried Donkor is from a series of collages on paper entitled Slave to Champ / Boxers & Saints. It evidences Atlantic fluidity as its poetic base for the underlying assumptions of the series, which focuses on the colonial system and on the question of slavery as well as its approach and operational concept, which in turn show the artist‘s interest in more fluid materials like newspapers and iconic images of slave ships and Black Boxers. The displacements become visible in the priority of content over form, in the desire of treating information from the newspaper Financial Times as if it was an ocean, and especially in the image of an ocean of trade as a metaphor for the Black Atlantic, which describes the fluxes and re-fluxes that gave the impulse for this body to resist in the Americas. This violent “punch” of this image, with all its different meanings, creates discomfort. In the image of the boxer with his increased vigilance, we observe a game of tensions between spectator X artist X work. This work made me think of the poem “O Navio Negreiro – Tragédia no Mar” (“The slaveship – tragedy at sea“) by Castro Alves, a black poet born in Brasil during the period of Romanticism, who commited himself to denouncing the maltreatment suffered by Africans on the Atlantic passage.

Finally, art inscribes itself as one of the many voices needed to understand the demands of the present, its inequalities − which are being sepulchred and attenuated by the historic rhythms that include / exclude regions in a more or less interactvie dialogue, and regarding the severe social problems of our reality.

Danillo Barata
Federal University of the Recôncavo of Bahia (UFRB)
2018

ENGLISH


 

Vernissage and Winter Exhibitions

Vernissage for Genesis // Autonomous Bodies

The new exhibition Genesis // Autonomous Bodies will open on 27.10.2018 at 20.30 h for the Bayreuth "Museumtag 2018" in cooperation with the Iwalewahus Freundeskreis's "Wine Fest". On 28.10.2018, Genesis will be open to the public during our regular opening hours until 05.05.2019 in the Small Treasure Room.


Muga and Namikoye Wanjala, Fumba Fumbua (detail), acrylic paint on black curtain with black light, 2018. Courtesy of the artists. Photo: Samanea Karrfalt

Genesis // Autonomous Bodies is the exhibition of works by Kenyan photographers Mal Muga, Neo Musangi, Manganga Mwagogo, Wawira Njeru, Awuor Onyango and Namikoye Wanjala. Autonomous bodies of work from autonomous artists that are held together by a common thread – these six photo series portray the intimate, fantastical and lovingly casual experiences of some members of the LGBTQIA community in Kenya. So called “unnatural acts” of same sex relationships or public displays of affection are punishable by law in Kenya, and yet under the blanket of adversity queer individuals and the queer spirit still flourish. The works by these photographers are acts of civil disobedience and self-love. These artists have refused to let anyone or anything infringe on their autonomy to be anything less than their true selves. They are not bound together, but their message is one of unity. Their voices are valid, important contributions to national and international discussions about the rights of LGBTQIA persons. The genesis of a more human world for everyone.
 

Curation: Samanea Karrfalt, Katharina Fink, Stefanie Scheer
Concept, Accompanying Program and Project Management: Samanea Karrfalt
 

Genesis Event Programme

Thurs. 14.02.2019 // from 20 h // Genesis Anti-capitalist Valentine's Day Celebration of Love // ​​Party
On the day of love, we invite you to an anti-capitalist Valentine's Day party - against commerce, for love! As a beloved pop star once sang, "mMy love don't cost a thing", and the neither does entry to this party!

Fri. 08.03.2019 // 17 pm // Genesis Photoshoot 
Bodily autonomy means different thigns to different people - covered, naked, playful, or raw, we want to see how you express your own bodily autonomy during safe-space photo shoot. Registration is required in order to attend this event. Pleasse contact us up until 01.03.2019 at iwalewahaus@uni-bayreuth.de.

Fri. 26.04.2018 // 18 h // Last Genesis // Tour with the Curators
The curators Samanea Karrfalt, Stefanie Scheer and Katharina Fink cordially invite you to the end of Genesis for an intimate champagne reception, an exhibition tour and a look back at the course of the project.

 



Feedback: Art, Africa, and the 1980s

Due to popular demand, Feedback will be reopening in the Iwalewahaus on 27.10.2018 for Bayreuth "Museumtag 2018". Starting on 28.10.2018, the exhibition will be open during our regular opening hours until 05.05.2019.
 


Peter Mulindwa, title unknown, 1981. Photo: DEVA


Feedback: Art, Africa, and the Eighties is an in-depth, art-centered study of the 1980s in Africa through an exhibition that is both historical and contemporary in scope. The exhibition will explore the social, political, and economic realities in Africa in the 1980s through the creative visions of artists, then and now.

Feedback was curated by Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi (Cleveland Museum of Art). 

 

Feedback Event Programme

Tue. 23.10.2018 // 17 h // Papa Wemba - Elder of the Rumba Rock Tribe // Film
Presented by Prof. Dr. Bender, this film documents congolese rumba-rock musician Papa Wemba's (1949-2016) first visit to Europe. From new clothes to new technology, Wemba's trip influenced his work and delighted his coutnrymen. Film by Yvan Guypen, Michel Delire 1986, 50 min., OmU (F, UT E).

Thurs. 08.11.2018 // 19.00 // Iwalewahaus - the construction years. A personal presentation by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bender // Tour
On this evening, we will learn about the humble beginnings of the Iwalewahaus, as a "new" kind of cultural institution, before the era of the "curators". How did exhibitions, concerts, readings and workshops function? What was the relationship to the University and the Bayreuth audience like?

Curation of the Accompanying Programme: Christina Heydenreich

BayFinK


BayFinK, the Bavarian Research and Information Center - Including universities and cultural institutions, offers the platform for a worldwide dialogue: Speak with us, this concerns us all.
 

Goldendean: Plan B, Gathering of Strangers (or) This is not working

Book launch with artist in Residence, Dean Hutton

Wed. 24.10.2018 // 20 h
Location // Foyer

Cover of Plan B 

Book launch and a celebration of biblio-diversity: iwalewabooks

In July 2017 the South African Equality Court dismissed charges of hate speech against Goldendean’s exhibition of a poster featuring words “Fuck White People“ in the Iziko National Gallery. The Chief Magistrate found that the work’s context, as art, brought attention to structural racism and white supremacy, and drew South Africans to a “critical moment of self-reflection“. Plan B reflects on the effects of their performance of simple acts of dissidence in a transgressive fat, queer, white trans* body. The book explores how strategies of technology as self-reflection and radical sharing, queer love and queer disobedience contribute to “making whiteness strange“. They believe that by destabilising the normal invisibility of whiteness, they can bring white bodies under surveillance.

Plan B is going to be presented by iwalewabooks, a new publishing house for art and discourse. Iwalewabooks dedicates their publications to questions about aesthetic social discourses, the politics of collecting, debates about archives and artistic and academic positions from the Global South.


 


The Congo-Tribunal from Team Milo Rau

Film and discussion
Fri. 26.10.2018 // 20 h
Location // Richard Wagner Museum

The Congo Tribunal analyses the reasons for the two-decade-long, ongoing war in the Great Lakes region.


Theatrum Mundi Oberammergau
with Christian Stückl and Frederik Mayet (Volkstheater München)
Sat. 27.10.2018 // 18 h
Location // Richard Wagner Museum

A discussion between Christian Stückl (director of the Passion Play in Oberammergau since 2007 and director of the Munich Volkstheater) and Frederik Mayet (artistic director and press spokesman of the Volkstheater Munich). In cooperation within the special exhibition "Theatrum Mundi" at the Richard Wagner Museum.
 


"Museumtag" in Iwalewahaus

Exhibition tour with Philipp Schramm
Sat. 27.10.2018 // 17.15 h

Since 2001, the city of Bayreuth has been inviting visitors to a "Museumstag" in its museums and attractions. We will reopen our exhibition Feedback and invite you to an inclusive guided tour with BayFinK team member Philipp Schramm.

Lecture Series: African Modernism

Leonard Laleye, a modern painter in Dahomey

with Joseph Adande (Université Abomey-Calavi, Benin)

Wed. 24.10.2018 // 18 h
Location // Foyer

Leonard Laleye. (c) Joseph Adande

Born in 1924, Leonard Olaniran Laleye started painting in 1947. Eventually, he became the official portraitist to the nations politicians and frequently refused more lucrative business opportunities, in order to remain a painter. In this presentation, Prof. Adande will present the live and oeuvre of one of Benin’s most important modernists.

Freundeskreis Iwalewahaus e.V.

The circle of friends supports the Iwalewahaus in all its versatility. Join in! Our events are open to all: Interested parties, members and their friends.
 

Wine Fest
Sat. 27.10.2018 // from 19.30 h
Location // Foyer


The circle of friends invites you to wine, music, an atmospheric beginning to autumn and, this year, the vernissage for Genesis // Autonomous Bodies!  Entry is free and as always, we will gladly accept donations.

More at www. freundeskreisiwalewahaus.com

Iwalewahaus on tour

FAVT Ouagadougou: Future Africa Visions in Time

27.09.2018 - 03.11.2018
National Museum of Burkina Faso in Ouagadougou


© Emeka Alams
 

The exhibition FAVT: Future Africa Visions in Time deals with several areas of research and debates sourced from the Bayreuth Academy of Advanced African Studies. Artists and researchers came together in this ever-changing exhibition to not only create different art works, but to develop critical perspectives on conceptions of "Futures".

FAVT includes photography, installations, soundscapes, projections, texts and performances. The exhibition originally opened in Iwalewahaus in 2015 and is currently touring through the African continent until 2019. 

The Ouagadougou iteration of FAVT was made possible by the Ministère de la Culture, des Arts et du Tourisme du Burkina Faso, the Federal Ministry Education and Research of Germany and the University of Bayreuth.

Concept: Katharina Fink & Nadine Siegert
FAVT Ouagadougou Curator: Felicia Nitsch

Object of the Month

Objekt des Monats

#47

Slave To Champ II by Godfried Donkor

collage, giclée print on paper with gold leaf, 2009.


The work by Ghanaian artist Godfried Donkor is from a series of collages on paper entitled Slave to Champ / Boxers & Saints. It evidences Atlantic fluidity as its poetic base for the underlying assumptions of the series, which focuses on the colonial system and on the question of slavery as well as its approach and operational concept, which in turn show the artist‘s interest in more fluid materials like newspapers and iconic images of slave ships and Black Boxers. The displacements become visible in the priority of content over form, in the desire of treating information from the newspaper Financial Times as if it was an ocean, and especially in the image of an ocean of trade as a metaphor for the Black Atlantic, which describes the fluxes and re-fluxes that gave the impulse for this body to resist in the Americas. This violent “punch” of this image, with all its different meanings, creates discomfort. In the image of the boxer with his increased vigilance, we observe a game of tensions between spectator X artist X work. This work made me think of the poem “O Navio Negreiro – Tragédia no Mar” (“The slaveship – tragedy at sea“) by Castro Alves, a black poet born in Brasil during the period of Romanticism, who commited himself to denouncing the maltreatment suffered by Africans on the Atlantic passage.

Finally, art inscribes itself as one of the many voices needed to understand the demands of the present, its inequalities − which are being sepulchred and attenuated by the historic rhythms that include / exclude regions in a more or less interactvie dialogue, and regarding the severe social problems of our reality.

Danillo Barata
Federal University of the Recôncavo of Bahia (UFRB)
2018

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