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Project explores communication between spectator and artist within performing arts, from the perspective of the public speech. The aim is to examine how the mechanisms of public speaker addressing to the group of people and an artist addressing to the spectators during the performance, form a communicational community. Intention is to track what procedural processes they use in order to stimulate public dialogue on socio-political issues determining our public spheres. Following questions arise: What is the relationship of freedom of speech (as one of the pillars of liberal democracy) and today’s neoliberal democratic society? What do the truths, naivety, insult or over-identification have to do with relationship between public speaking and ideology, propaganda, and censorship? etc. Applying it as an expanded analytical practice into the cultural and socio-political spheres of performative modes, project questions how does choreography break procedural knowledge which perpetuates a common sense on how things makes sense for us and how we experience them.
Support: WorkSpaceBrussels and LLB Network, Uferstudios/HZT Berlin, Der Regierende Bürgermeister von Berlin- Senatskanzlei - Kulturelle Angelegenheiten (Tanzstipendium 2013), Station-service for contemporary dance Belgrade
co-produced by Life Long Burning/workspacebrussels. With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union.
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