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The Journey of Theory. Dancing the Problem
WORKSHOPS

The Journey of Theory. Dancing the Problem

Workshop at SMASH Berlin, 3 weeks of October 2017. Participants: Camilla Oliveira, Florence Gengoul, João Rios, Marcus Louend, Nanna Stigsdatter Mathiassen, Alice Roudaire, Elvina Pinto, Jayson Patterson, Kosta Bogoievski Artur Hiroyuki, Jess Quaid, Dominique Tegho, Flavia Zaganelli, Hanna Kanecka, Irene Anglada Espadaler, Sebastian Kann, Leandro de Souza, Tui Hofmann, Mayssan Charafeddine. During these 3 weeks we focused on understanding which problems we are dancing to and what are the fundamental problematics that our … Continue reading

Practicing theory, a double condition of reading the world while affecting it. 
WORKSHOPS

Practicing theory, a double condition of reading the world while affecting it. 

Workshop in the frame of Moving Body Festival at Varna Bulgaria. August 2017. With Manuela Sarkissyan, Denica Milusheva, Lori Kamburova, Djuli Hadjolyan, Victoria Zhelyazkova, Iskra Ivanova and Jaklin Gudeva. Practicing theory, a double condition of reading the world while affecting it.  Questions to research: what needs to happen in order to say that something has happened? What is the affinity … Continue reading

Lecture on Ambition at Impulstanz Festival, Symposium “Crisis, What Crisis!?”
LECTURES

Lecture on Ambition at Impulstanz Festival, Symposium “Crisis, What Crisis!?”

Betraying Ambition: What Moves You? (A lecture on Art and Ethics) The premise of this lecture is that we are made to believe in ambition because ambition is something good. There is a benevolent mantra that tells us “be ambitious”, but, what if ambition would have been politicized and ideologized? My attempt is to unfold some ethical implications of being an … Continue reading

Measuring the temperature of the ethico-political body of dance in Berlin
FILM / INTERVIEW

Measuring the temperature of the ethico-political body of dance in Berlin

https://interplayberlin.wordpress.com Introduction This is an ongoing research project that Diego Agulló started in the framework of Tanznacht Berlin 2016 and further developed in the research frame of PINPOINT TV.  It consists on a series of video interviews with people that, in many different ways, are engaged with Dance in Berlin. The interviews are not meant to be portraits of particular … Continue reading

PINPOINT TV
CONVERSATION / EVENTS / RESEARCH

PINPOINT TV

PINPOINT is an research project in the format of an internet TV programe, set within intersecting art-scenes of Berlin. Its mission is to investigate ethical agency in times of creative capitalism. Why do we do what we do? What moves us? Is it only one, or several forces? Hosted and directed with Agata Siniarska and … Continue reading