Lightness, politics and collaboration as a muscle in development

Simon Murray’s keynote addressed all the above – a rounded lecture on the most burning issues around todays framing of collaboration and unafraid of approaching the danger of (another) term becoming anodyne. He emphasised the aspect of practice in collaboration

Lightness, politics and collaboration as a muscle in development

Simon Murray’s keynote addressed all the above – a rounded lecture on the most burning issues around todays framing of collaboration and unafraid of approaching the danger of (another) term becoming anodyne. He emphasised the aspect of practice in collaboration

Postconsensual collaboration. A shared lecture on plurality and the choreographic

When? – 18th May, 2013 Where? – London, Middlesex University, Hendon, London What? – SYMPOSIUM On Collaboration II  The Theatre Arts Department, School of Media & Performing Arts at Middlesex University, with support from the Dance Department at University Campus Suffolk, will be hosting the

Postconsensual collaboration. A shared lecture on plurality and the choreographic

When? – 18th May, 2013 Where? – London, Middlesex University, Hendon, London What? – SYMPOSIUM On Collaboration II  The Theatre Arts Department, School of Media & Performing Arts at Middlesex University, with support from the Dance Department at University Campus Suffolk, will be hosting the

I0 Questions on Collaboration

I0 Questions on Collaboration   Whereas artistic collectives in the 1960s were often held together by a socio-political utopia, there is no „collective“ political intention or mission that collaborating artists would (seek to) represent nowadays. In fragile, temporary and fexible

I0 Questions on Collaboration

I0 Questions on Collaboration   Whereas artistic collectives in the 1960s were often held together by a socio-political utopia, there is no „collective“ political intention or mission that collaborating artists would (seek to) represent nowadays. In fragile, temporary and fexible

The Joy of Co-belonging? – symposium in Zagreb

On the 1st of June 2012 a discoursive meeting on the topic of „The Joy of Co-belonging?“ took place in Zagreb Dance Center in the frame of the symposium „Choreography before the movement“. After contributions by Martina Ruhsam, Chris Standfest

The Joy of Co-belonging? – symposium in Zagreb

On the 1st of June 2012 a discoursive meeting on the topic of „The Joy of Co-belonging?“ took place in Zagreb Dance Center in the frame of the symposium „Choreography before the movement“. After contributions by Martina Ruhsam, Chris Standfest

…where the name of the blog comes from…

Martina and I decided to start our project through sharing a collection of materials (texts, videos, audio files, links, photos …) we consider relevant and that might serve as springboard for developing a collaboration that searches for ways to tap the full

…where the name of the blog comes from…

Martina and I decided to start our project through sharing a collection of materials (texts, videos, audio files, links, photos …) we consider relevant and that might serve as springboard for developing a collaboration that searches for ways to tap the full

a collaboration in 7 steps

1.Philosophical reflections about the inoperative community: Jean-Luc Nancy’s concept of “being-with” 2.Imaginary constructions of “We” 3.Collectives as precursors and boycotters of liberal individualism 4.Playful disintanglement, the multiplication of teams and the circulation of roles 5.Politics of separation and aesthetics of

a collaboration in 7 steps

1.Philosophical reflections about the inoperative community: Jean-Luc Nancy’s concept of “being-with” 2.Imaginary constructions of “We” 3.Collectives as precursors and boycotters of liberal individualism 4.Playful disintanglement, the multiplication of teams and the circulation of roles 5.Politics of separation and aesthetics of