Transindividuality in Contemporary Dance and Performance. A lecture by Ana Vujanović.
Sep 9th 2019
In her lecture from November 9, 2016, Ana Vujanović discusses the idea of transindividuality (Gilbert Simondon, Paolo Virno, Jason Read) as a way of thinking the relationship between the community and the individual. She focus on several dance and performance works that she uses to identify the choreographic strategies of the composition of this space in between and to consider for broader socio-political and everyday perspectives.
Wearable Theatre: The Art of Immersive Storytelling
Sep 5th 2019
This interdisciplinary research project at the Fachhochschule St. Pölten (Austria) explores the ways science, technology, art and storytelling intermingle. On the basis of atmospheric literary narrating, the collaborative (art) working project tackles the problems of point of view, positionality, perception and performance. The team uses experimental methods like virtual reality media technology to distort common […]
Image as gesture: notes on Aernout Mik’s Communitas and the modern political film
Aug 27th 2019
Walking through Aernout Mik’s exhibition Communitas, dwelling in the encounter with the people and situations in front of and on the screens, one is struck by the cinematic and political qualities of the gestures in these powerful video installations. In this article some ﬁlm-philosophical reﬂections on the silent performative force of the image as gesture and as politics will be explored.