DOCH Open Lectures André Lepecki Cancelled!
Welcome to DOCH Open Lectures series of spring 2019! Meet professor, curator, and author André Lepecki.
Please note that this seminar is cancelled!
Pulse in the Flesh & Moving Backwardforward: elements for a critique of time
In this talk I will rehearse an attempt to consider how the "universal laws of motion" are;
a) not universal
b) not laws
c) not motion
by reading alongside two recent (yet very different) choreographic works by Danish visual artist Jesper Just and Berlin-based visual artists Pauline Broudy and Renate Lorenz. I will take as point of departure the recent operation of looking for a minoritarian physics and science in critical black studies and queer theory. I will be happy to rehearse this preliminary argument with you at DOCH in search for your comments, ideas, critiques, and disagreements.
André Lepecki is Full Professor & Chairperson at the Department of Performance Studies, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, and independent curator, and the author of several books in dance and performance theory.
DOCH Open Lectures
Artists, thinkers and teachers connected to DOCH's Dance Department share their works and thoughts in various forms. DOCH Open Lectures are open to the public, free and don't require a reservation. Welcome!
- Jeroen Peeters 20 February
- Eroca Nicols 13 March
- Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovsk 27 March
- Thomas Hauert 10 April
- Lea Moro 16 April
- Frédéric Pouillaude 17 April*
- André Lepecki 2 May
- Antonia Baehr 22 May
- John-Paul Zaccarini 29 May
*Philosophy in the Context of Dance
-The lecture series Philosophy in the Context of Dance is a part of the BA-program in Dance Performance and is included in the Department of Dance’s Open Lectures at DOCH.
All of the DOCH Open Lectures series are held at DOCH Brinellvägen 58 room G at 5.30 pm.