von Studierenden der HTA
VICTORIA PEREZ ROYO AND BERNHARD SIEBERT
EDITION NO. 14
IN COOPERATION WITH
NEUER KUNSTVEREIN GIESSEN
What does artistic research look like in practice? And how, on the other hand, can academic research use artistic strategies to meet artworks? Victoria Pérez Royo, our guest for EDITION NO 14. of the ATW TALKS, has been creating contexts for artists’ research as well as researchers’ art investigations over the last years. At the intersection of politics, dance, performance and visualisation practices, she challenges the position of research itself in order to find a way to discuss productions, and production processes. Let’s talk experimental writing, institutional critique, and Roland Barthes on February 1 at 6.00 PM.
Victoria Pérez Royo is a performing arts researcher based in Berlin, and Madrid. She is the co-director of the M.A. program in Performing Arts Practice and Visual Culture in Madrid, and assistant professor of Aesthetics at the University of Zaragoza. As a guest professor, she has been invited to international B.A. and M.A. programs in the performing arts in Finland, Holland, Germany, Chile, Peru, Costa Rica, amongst others. Perez Royo is a member of the research association ARTEA. Recent publications comprise "Dirty Room" (with Juan Dominguez, in press), "Componer el plural. Escena, cuerpo, política" (with Diego Agulló, 2016), and “To be continued. "10 textos en cadena y unas páginas en blanco" (with Cuqui Jerez, 2012).
ATW TALKS / EDITION NO. 14 / Wednesday, 1/2/2017, 6.00 PM / ATW, Room A 118, Karl-Glöckner-Straße 21, Phil. II, Haus A, D-35394 GießenAufführungen
01.02.2017, 18.00 Uhr, ATW
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