Communications: Dance, Politics, and Co-Immunity

Event Details

Communications: Dance, Politics, and Co-Immunity

Time: November 11, 2010 to November 14, 2010
Location: Justus Liebig University
City/Town: Gießen, Germany
Website or Map: http://www.dance-politics.de
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Gerald Siegmund/Stefan Hölscher
Latest Activity: Aug 25, 2010

Export to Outlook or iCal (.ics)

Event Description

The international symposium “Communications“ is dedicated to the question of how dance, both in its historical and in its contemporary manifestations, is intricately linked to conceptualisations of the political. The symposion looks for theoretical models, historical constellations, contemporary experiments, and practical consequences that elucidate the relation between dance and politics.
Participants of the symposion are invited to think about the multiple connections between politics, community, dance, and globalisation from the perspective of Dance and Theatre Studies, History, Philosophy, and Sociology. One focus of "Communications” will be the discussion of recent developments in contemporary dance and the production of new spaces for collaboration and exchange. In how far do they help to reformulate what economists call the “becoming immanent” of the world”? On an artistic level the conference wants to look for possible answers by presenting pieces by dance makers dealing explicitly with the issues raised here.

Lecturers

Gabriele Brandstetter (Berlin)
Ramsay Burt (Leicester)
Simon Critchley (New York)
Bojana Cvejic (Brussels/Middlesex)
Mark Franko (Santa Cruz)
Isabelle Graw (Berlin/Frankfurt)
Gabriele Klein (Hamburg)
Bojana Kunst (Hamburg/Ljubljana)
André Lepecki (New York)
Isabell Lorey (Berlin)
Oliver Marchart (Basel)
Brian Massumi/Erin Manning (Montreal)
Randy Martin (New York)
Gerald Raunig (Zurich)
Petra Sabisch (Berlin)
Ana Vujanovic (Belgrade)

Presentations by Mette Ingvartsen, Sasa Asentic, and Xavier Le Roy.

Comment Wall

Comment

RSVP for Communications: Dance, Politics, and Co-Immunity to add comments!

Join unstablelandscape

Attending (1)

Might attend (1)

Humans exploring hybrid art, dance, embodiment, cognition, tech-science, networks, post-humanism and culture.

welcome to UNSTABLELANDSCAPE

WE LIVE WITHIN AN UNSTABLE LANDSCAPE

This is a social networking website connecting people concerned about innovation and experimentation on art, dance, embodiment, cognition, science, networks, post-humanism, media and the unstable landscape of contemporary culture and life.

We are in a transitional phase and refocusing the network with a broader interdisciplinary framework. It will reflect a contemporary  community interacting and embedded  unstablelandscape.

This network is maintained and administrated by Marlon Barrios Solano as an independent art/curatorial/social innovation project.

You can donate to support my work here:

WOULD YOU LIKE MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION?


Support  making a single donation of any amount.
Thank you!

Contact:

marlon@dance-tech.net

for more information

YOU MAY DONATE BITCOIN HERE

WALLET

38rswPwwQB67cbe8z1E72PhtQCM1umpyjK

Dance-tech.net and dance-tech.tv were generously supported  from January 2017 to January 2020 by:

 Motion Bank/Choreographic Coding Labs (Frankfurt)

 

You must SIGN-UP to interact with dance-tech.net members enjoy the social networking features.

The use of dance-tech.net and dance-tech.tv is FREE

Creative Commons License
All content uploaded @
http://www.dance-tech.net
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

MEMBERS ARE RESPONSIBLE ABOUT RESPECTING THE LICENSES OF THEIR UPLOADED CONTENT.

LICENSE YOU CONTENT
LEARN MORE ABOUT CREATIVE COMMONS

 

watch dance-tech.tv

© 2020   Created by Marlon Barrios Solano.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service