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'Theatre was born out of a universal, irresistible attraction to the new and extraordinary, a desire to feel oneself put into a state of passion'.(Friedrich Schiller).Can our attraction to the "new"…Continue
Hi, I discover your website this morning and find your What now 2014 project.My name is Pascal Lièvre.I am an artist doing for a few years Philosophical aerobics, philosophical catwalk and musical…Continue
The current version of the Performance Philosophy bibliography (which appears on the 'TEXTS' page of this website) is very much a work in progress.As it stands, it is clearly very partial and heavily…Continue
Performance Philosophy School of Athens, a two-day symposium of lectures, workshops and performances organized by Stefania Mylona in collaboration with Michael Klien to be held 10.00-21.00 Saturday 15th and 11.00-19.30 Sunday 16th March 2014 at Ε.Δ.Ω. in Keramikos and in association with Performance Philosophy invites artists and scholars interested in the relationships of performance and philosophy to participate. Entrance is free so there…
The Mellon School of Theater and Performance Research at Harvard University is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for our fourth annual summer session, to be held June 2 - 13, 2014. The School offers faculty and advanced graduate students the opportunity to learn from leading scholars in theater and performance research in an intensive two-week summer program.
The topic for the 2014 session will be "Locations of…
Animal Encounters: Performance, Animality & Posthumanism A research event organised by TaPRA Theatre, Performance and Philosophy Group in co-operation with Roehampton University and the Centre of Performing Arts Development - University of East London.See full call for invited themes such as:performativity of animality as ways of perceiving, defining, and reinstating ‘otherness’Animal performance and neoliberalism: Animal, human and the state of exceptionPerforming animal ethics:…See More
Performance Philosophy School of Athens, a two-day symposium of lectures, workshops and performances organized by Stefania Mylona in collaboration with Michael Klien to be held 10.00-21.00 Saturday 15th and 11.00-19.30 Sunday 16th March 2014 at Ε.Δ.Ω. in Keramikos and in association with Performance Philosophy invites artists and scholars interested in the relationships of performance and philosophy to participate. Entrance is free so there will be priority upon arrival for registration.…See More
Founded in 2008, this working group was proposed to encourage debate and collaboration between members of Performance Studies international (PSi) who have in common their engagement in Philosophy as it intersects with Performance Studies.See More
MARXISM AND PERFORMANCEDespite efforts to declare the Grand Narrative of Marxism dead, at this time of crisis the need for performance based on a clearly defined progressive agenda underpinned by a clear philosophy is paramount. Anyone interested in exploring Marxist focused reponses in and to eprformance is invited to join this group. See More
October 24, 2014 at 6pm to October 27, 2014 at 7pm
Conference AimThe conference will focus on: 1) Reflections on the relationship between self-knowledge and knowledge in philosophy and performance; 2. A deconstruction of commonplace academic conference-based interactions in order to search for the relationship between performative and content components of philosophical expression. We would like to open a free space for a variety of expression formats, and for an experimental dimension of the event. The Main Topic of the Conference(1)The…See More
Action and Delaya symposium on temporality in performance and media arts30-31 May 2014 - AUT University Auckland We are pleased to invite you to send an abstract for blind peer review for an academic paper and/or performance for participation in a two-day symposium in the School of Art & Design at AUT University, Auckland. Topics may be situated across a range of disciplines in relation to notions of temporality in performance and media arts. We anticipate a broad exploration of disciplines…See More