7 – 8 Feb 2012
Assign and Arrange
Taking into account historical and current examples, and involving perspectives from art history, dance studies and architecture, this conference discusses methodologies of assigning and arranging in visual art and dance. Focussing on moments of transgression, it aims to explore similarities and differences in the respective practices, as well as in the theoretical concepts they correspond with.
No registration required.
Friday, 7 December 2012
14:30 Welcome and Introduction: Gabriele Brandstetter and Gregor Stemmrich
14:45 Liz Kotz (Riverside, California) Convergence of Music, Dance and Sculpture 1961
15:45-16:15 Coffee break
16:15 Nina Gülicher (Ludwigshafen) Movements and Energy: Modular Principles in Modern Exhibition Spaces
17:15 Ramsay Burt (Leicester) Geometric Order and Corporeal Imprecision: Trisha Brown’s Group Primary Accumulation (1973)
19.30 Evening Performance: Andrea Bozic (NL) After Trio A
Venue: HAU2 at Hebbel am Ufer: Hallesches Ufer 32 in 10963 Berlin
Followed by a discussion.
Saturday, 8 December 2012
10.30 Adrian Heathfield (London): The Ghost Time of Transformation
11.30 Franziska Bork Petersen/Minnie Scott (Stockholm) The Unruly Spectator
Lunch break: 12:30-14:00
14.00 Christian Teckert (Vienna) The Mobilized Spectator: On the Architectural History of Museum Scripting and Staging.
15:00 Ina Blom (Oslo) The Autobiography of Video: Technical Arrangements
Coffee break: 16:00 -16:30
16:30 Dorothea von Hantelmann (Berlin) Economies of Attention: Regimes of Time in Contemporary Art Exhibitions
17:30 Ursula Frohne (Cologne) The Anamorphic Subject: Scenes and Situations of Mobile Spectatorship
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Franziska Bork Petersen
Dorothea von Hantelmann
Organized byGabriele Brandstetter
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