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PHILIPP GEHMACHER, IAN KALER, GERALD SIEGMUND
THE PLEASURE OF THE TEXT

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Datum der Aufzeichnung: 15.01.2016

Ort: TQW / Studios

Im Rahmen von: Lecture series with artists and theoreticians (Concept & curating: Krassimira Kruschkova)

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Three discursive elements that intertwine and lead into an audience discussion

 

 

GERALD SIEGMUND

 

Taking up the Trace of the Body: Theatricality in the Work of R. Barthes

 

Roland Barthes’s work is marked by thinking about theatre, even if he does not appear to be talking about theatre, for example in Myths of the Everyday. The lecture explores a form of text theatricality in Barthes that relates text, voice and body to one another via the signficant.

 

 IAN KALER

 

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Based on his choreographic practice on o.T., Ian Kaler will explore the possibilities of relating text fragments to video images (as moving images and as stills): in order to talk about a practice of reading and dealing with to texts that bring one’s own into circulation and movement with sequences of others.

 

 

PHILIPP GEHMACHER

 

Going Up and Down

 

The contribution consists of the practice of simultaneously reading and moving. Two texts from different genres are read out loud and synchronised with moving bodies, or the moving body reads and dances. Text and movement become the expression and the material of potential theatricality.

 

Credits

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Gerald Siegmund: Professor of Applied Theatre Studies at the University of Gießen.

 

Philipp Gehmacher: Choreografer, Performer, Fine Artist, lives in Vienna.

 

Ian Kaler: Choreografer and Dancer, lives in Berlin.

 

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