CLAUDIA BOSSE, PAUL WENNINGER, ANDREAS SPIEGL
2270 Mal gesehen
Datum der Aufzeichnung: 04.12.2015
Ort: TQW / Studios
Im Rahmen von: Lecture series with artists and theoreticians (Concept & Curating: Krassimira Kruschkova)
“The pleasure of the text, it is that moment when my body follows its own ideas – for my body does not have the same ideas I do.” (Roland Barthes)
Three discursive moments, intertwining and evolving to an open discussion
CLAUDIA BOSSE: Speaking as thinking in the moment that affects the body. Or speaking during a different movement, as a meeting of different intentions in one body. It produces intensification and withdrawal: in order for language to become a targeted utterance in the first place. Choreographies of thought.
PAUL WENNINGER: The process of how text becomes speaking and speaking becomes choreography: the process of incorporation, the bearing of the text in the body, the production of speech as remembered text becomes choreography.
ANDREAS SPIEGL: The enjoyment of the text also perhaps expresses itself in the gesture of a reading, which first expropriates thought in order to express something that doesn't belong to anybody any longer, in order to heat up the larvae of what is written, which are on the lips, in the mouth, and are put into the mouth in order to be able thoughtlessly to express what was not thinkable . . .
Claudia Bosse is an artist, choreographer, co-founder and artistic director of the transdisciplinary company theatercombinat. Her space-specific work explore the borders of installation, choreography, theatre, as well as urban intervention. Research projects, lectures, publications and collaborations with artists und theorists of different fields.
Paul Wenninger is a free-lance dancer , author of choreographic work and movie maker with a focus on pixilation and animation. Artistic director of Kabinett ad Co. since 1999, a working platform for artists of different artistic fields, to realise interdisciplinary projects with a focus on the body.
Andreas Spiegl, Senior Scientist, teaches Media Theory at the Institute for Art Theory and Cultural Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, where he was holding the office of vice-rector for teaching and research, from 2003 - 201. Since 2015 he took over the task as head of institute for the Institute of Arts and Cultural Studies. In the field of dance, he had cooperations with Chris Hring and Liquid Loft (e.g. Perfect Garden) and is working with Paul Wenninger for the danceproject If there, since 2015.