Philippine Hoegen contributed to the ninth edition of the SAR International Conference on Artistic Research at the University of Plymouth last Spring. She presented her performance Ventriloquists III at the conference.
With her performance Hoegen presents her research “The Self as a Relational Infrastructure in Process”. She conducts this research for Caradt under supervision of professor Sebastian Olma. Her research is a practice-based exploration of strategies and technologies that we use to make other versions of ourselves, and what the existence of those other versions means for our understanding of the self.
Please read the Publication 2018 SAR International Conference on Artistic Research with the contribution of Philippine Hoegen in part 3.