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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
Hi everyone! I help run an amazing interdisciplinary artist/thinker residency program called The School of Making Thinking based out of the U.S. and I wanted to share our summer programs and encourage Performance Philosophy ppl to apply (as I think many will find them quite interested :- )
see below! best, Aaron
The School of Making Thinking hosts Summer Intensives for…
Hi Jeff, I sent you an email with a reading list to your university email. So sorry for the delayed response and this may be too late for you or you may have found other recommendations, but you'll find some options in the email. With best wishes for 2015!
I think I try to approach decisions about format strategically. I have a deep love of process-oriented approach but I've been doing this long enough that I had to admit to myself that that alone has a severely limited audience. I try to layer my work so that there are a number of entries into the work--rather than just watching me fill my mouth with things--which may be enough for some (myself included). By including rhythm, lyrics, video, and live action I to sustain the audience through performance's simultaneous curse and miracle: duration. I think of it as incentive for them to be patient with the video element (where the process-oriented action unfolds).