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SCORES No 10 // PHILOSOPHY ON STAGE #4 WEBSITE
From 26th-29th November 2015 in Halle G and the Studios of Tanzquartier Wien, the PEEK-Project* “Artist Philosophers. Philosophy AS Arts-Based-Research” and Tanzquartier Wien are joining forces to investigate emerging interdisciplinary connections between philosophy and the arts.
Over the course of four days, more than 60 philosophers and artists will come together to explore whether the arts in connection with philosophy can constitute a laboratory for the future.
Nietzsche envisioned a fusion of the resistant forces of both disciplines as a “foreplay of a philosophy of the future” which was to bring about a new, active concept of thinking: an active thinking of the untimely, that is, “acting in a non-present fashion, therefore against time and even on time, in favour (…) of a time to come”. (Deleuze: Nietzsche and Philosophy) Well, bring it on!
|* Programme is still subject to change
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Please note: only 30 full festival tickets available!
Ticketprices [including refreshments and snacks]:
|Full festival ticket (26th-29th Nov. 2015)
||€ 43 [€ 29*]
|Day ticket (ticket for one full day on) 27th or 28th Nov. 2015
||€ 20 [€ 14*]
|Eveningticket from 18:00h or Sunday matinée
||€ 12 [€ 8*]
* reduced prices for students
Tanzquartier Wien Halle G & Tanzquartier Wien Studios, Museumsplatz 1, A-1070 Vienna
Thursday, Nov. 26th 2015; 18:00–23:00
Friday, Nov. 27th 2015; 11:30–01:00 [Nov. 28th]
Saturday, Nov. 28th 2015; 11:30–01:00 [Nov. 29th]
Sunday, Nov. 29th 2015; 11:30–15:00
* Led by Arno Böhler, the PEEK-Projekt „Artist-Philosophers. Philosophy AS Arts-Based-Research“ [AR275-G21] is funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) as part of the programme for artistic development and investigation (PEEK). Research location: University of Applied Arts Vienna. Brought about in national and international cooperation with: Jens Badura (HdK Zürich), Laura Cull (University of Surrey), Susanne Valerie Granzer (Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien/Max Reinhardt Seminar), Walter Heun (Tanzquartier Wien), Alice Lagaay (Universität Bremen): Postdoc: Elisabeth Schäfer (University of Applied Arts Vienna).
The lecture series was produced in collaboration with: Institut für Philosophie, University of Applied Arts Vienna [Arno Böhler], Institut für Theater- Film- und Medienwissenschaft der Universität Wien [Krassimira Kruschkova].
FWF PEEK-Projekt-Website „Artist-Philosophers. Philosophy AS Arts-Based-Research“
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