Video Category Archives: Dance and Politics Giessen November 11 - 14 2010

Ana Vujanovic – Politics of Dance: Subject, Media and Procedures of Work

January 29, 2012

Andr? Lepecki – Dance and (In)difference: Towards a Kinetic Critique of Communication

January 29, 2012

Armen Avanessian – Reading Political Theories’ Readings

January 29, 2012

Bojana Cvejic – The Politics of Problems

March 29, 2012

Bojana Kunst – Working Out Contemporaneity: Dance and Postfordism

January 29, 2012

Brian Massumi / Erin Manning – Coming Alive in a World of Texture: For Neurodiversity

January 29, 2012

Bruno Bosteels – Transatlantic Decadence: Aesthetics and Politics

January 29, 2012

Dieter Mersch – The Political and the Violent. On Resistances

February 19, 2012

Frank Ruda – Thinking Politics Concretely: Negation, Affirmation and the Dialectics of Dialectics and Non-Dialectics

January 29, 2012

Friedrich Balke – All in Good Time? Fiction and the Possibility of Historic Events

January 29, 2012

Gabriel Rockhill – Critique of the Ontological Illusion. Rethinking the Relation between Art and Politics

January 29, 2012

Gabriele Brandstetter – Heteropolitics of Dance

February 14, 2012

Gabriele Klein – (Micro-)Politics of Social Choreography. On the Relationship between Urban Diversities, Citizenship and Site Specific Dance Performances

March 29, 2012

Jacques Rancière – Doing or Not Doing: Politics, Aesthetics, Performance

March 26, 2012

Josef Früchtl – It is, as if. Fiction, Aesthetics, and the Political

January 29, 2012

Mark Franko – Antifascist Utopias and Action Photography: Nationalism and the Popular Front in Martha Graham’s American Document

January 29, 2012

Nikolaus Müller-Schöll – Plus d’un rôle. On the Politics of Playing Together in Contemporary Theatre and Performance Practices

January 19, 2012

Oliver Marchart – Dancing Politics. Some Reflections on Commonality, Choreography and Protest

January 29, 2012

Opening of Dance, Politics & Co-Immunity/Thinking – Resisting – Reading the Political

January 9, 2012

PANEL DISCUSSION: Sasa Asentic, Xavier Le Roy, Liz Waterhouse and members of ID Frankfurt – Working. Dance. Works.

January 30, 2012