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Workshop CFP: The Mimetic Condition: A Transdisciplinary ApproachInstitute of Philosophy, KU Leuven (Belgium)December 5-6, 2019Keynote: Prof. Gunter Gebauer (Free University of Berlin)Since the…Continue
Karolina Nevoina and I are pleased to announce availability of our working paper, "Further Evidence on the Meaning of Musical Performance". Special thanks to Professor Aaron Williamon and the Royal College of Music, Centre for Performance Science.…
Diana Damian is a London-based performance and live art critic and curator. Her PhD research, funded by the Royal Holloway/Bedford Excellence Scholarship, examines taxonomies of critical practice, locating the political within the critical process and deconstructing the critical encounter via a recourse to contemporary continental philosophy, literary and performance theory. Diana is Performance Editor at Exeunt and founder of Post: Critical Practice, a platform dedicated to exploring the meeting point between performance, curation, criticism and the digital sphere. She is a regular contributor to publications in Europe and the UK, and is part of an EU funded collective of writers exploring the forms criticism can take in contemporary performance and visual art practice in a series of performative interventions and artist collaborations. She has curated exhibitions in the UK, Germany, the US and Romania, and is currently developing a series of nomadic process-based residencies for live art critics and writers, the first of which recently took place at Trouble Festival in Bruxelles. Her research looks at the ways in which performance and live art practices are shaping public space, and the role of participation in art politics, as well as documentation as performative curatorial strategy.
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