Philippine Hoegen of Caradt’s autonomy research group shows her solo performance Ventriloquists III and, together with Professor Sebastian Olma, presents her research at DIS_Seminar on 13 September in the Tolhuistuin in Amsterdam. DIS_Seminar is an exhibition organized by the platform Art ≈ Research about and with alternative forms of dissemination of artistic research.
Ventriloquists III is a ±25-minute performance from Philippine Hoegen that is at once a research method, a product and a presentation of her research project entitled The Self as a Relational Infrastructure in Process. As such, it is based on a practice-based enquiry into the production of different versions of the self, including the technologies and processes used to produce these versions. How are we to understand the self in the context of the existence of (its) multiple versions?
The exhibition will be a day full of dynamic presentations, work sessions and dialogue in the field of research in the arts with a specific theme of dissemination. Keynote speaker is Danny Butt from the University of Melbourne. He is author of the book Artistic Research in the Future Academy.
Check the complete programme of DIS_Seminar on the website of the platform Art ≈ Research. The location has limited capacity, and this event is fully booked. If you are interested you can put your name on the waiting list.