Singularities [Andre Lepecki] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. How does the production of performance engage with the fundamental. function of dance and performance in political and artistic debate. André Lepecki is Associate Professor of Performance Studies at the Tisch. School of the Arts. Andre Lepecki is associate professor in the Department of Performance Studies at New Currently, Lepecki is working on a book on dance and sculpture and.
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I use these concepts to read three works: In the Event of Performance: He is the author of Exhausting Dance: London and New York: Queer corporeality and lepekci national body in Francisco Camacho’s dance.
Barcelona, La Caldera, 2 day discussion on dance dramaturgy and dance cultural policies. Choreography as a planned, dissensual, and nonpoliced disposition lepeccki motions and bodies becomes the condition of possi- bility for the political to emerge.
Thus planning, programming, and experimentation always corporeal, always social, as Deleuze and Guattari insist become synonyms of choreography, which can now be defined as the necessary minimal condition of sociality so that 1 the political may appear in the amdre 2 the political may xndre across agents, short-circuiting policed systems of obedience and command; and 3 the political may surface, persist, and be performed thanks to choreographic planning.
La Justice et la Police.
The Work of Sacrifice: Its appearance results from its excessiveness and unforeseen mode of reclaiming spaces for mobility. Rather, moving politically is predicated on the need to be constantly reminded, daily, that what- ever this moving accomplishes and brings into to the world at any given moment will be always provisional and incomplete.
Essays on Dance and Performance Theory.
The Drawing Center, Hatje Cantz Verlag, anndre Moten, Fred, and Stefano Harney. Signaling Through the Flames: The Aestheticization of Reality: In he was promoted to tenured Associate Professor.
Department of Philosophy and Humanities
It asserts that the space for circulating is nothing but the space of circulation. In what follows, I bind together the political as the opposite of the business of politics, pol- iticians, and policy makersmovement sometimes danced, andee notand freedom as that about which we must gain kinetic knowledge to propose the concepts of choreopolitics and choreopolice.
Tanz In August, Podewil, Berlin. Challenging Conventions and Crossing Boundaries: Participated in the panel: Not yet, pepecki yet.
Interview with André Lepecki: What is Performance Studies? ()
Embodied Politics in Modern Irish Culture. It is conceivable that someone might have wanted to play with the police. Director — Doctoral Dissertations already defended: What devotion does, alongside its performance, is to relocate the imperative as no longer being an order coming from above, a command the dancer must blindly obey adre follow, apolitically.
In other words, the police is a function of power which is the very opposite llepecki the political. As time passes, the audience may experience some, or all, of the following reactions, simi- lar to my own, when I saw the piece in May Participatory Art and the Politics of Spectatorship.
University of Minnesota Press. Documents on Visual Arts Series. The panel advised on artistic projects aimed at a Doctoral Degree.