Singularities [Andre Lepecki] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. How does the production of performance engage with the fundamental. function of dance and performance in political and artistic debate. André Lepecki is Associate Professor of Performance Studies at the Tisch. School of the Arts. Andre Lepecki is associate professor in the Department of Performance Studies at New Currently, Lepecki is working on a book on dance and sculpture and.
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Publishes several short critical essays on Portuguese culture. He graduated in cultural anthropology at the New University of Lisbon. Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig, Lepecji it requires plan- ning, preparation, technique, a collective, and the affect of devotion — as long as it is devotion not to the author of the plan, or the ruler, but an impersonal devotion to the plan itself.
Thoughts on the New York Dance. What are the relations ,epecki political demonstrations as expressions of freedom, and police counter-moves as implementations of obedience?
Deleuze wrote this uncanny premonition in Director — Doctoral Dissertations already defended: Historical Deconstruction of the Nijinsky Legend. Gerald Siegmund and choreographer Meg Stuart. Art and Dance Since the s, ed.
Towards a Rich Theatre: Dancing backwards on a floor that has imprinted on it the architectural plan of the museum, Mannarino persists in her minimalist action — one minute, three minutes, ten minutes, twenty minutes, half an hour, the whole piece with only a few, very brief and very far apart pauses.
University leecki California, Riverside. The reason is because what is at stake is not just learning how to choreograph and perform a pro- test, or how lepec,i organize legislative processes and procedures.
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But such an exchange cannot be considered either the political function of speech or the political function of hearing. The obvious choreographic mastery found in police deployment prompts the question: Throughout this essay, all translations, unless otherwise indi- cated, are my lepecik. Choreopoliced movement can andrre be defined as any movement incapable of breaking the endless reproduction of an imposed circulation of consensual subjectivity, where to be is to fit a prechoreographed pattern of circulation, corporeality, and belonging.
Indeed, the frame of the museum offers a buffer zone between actual and forceful implementation of control by the mounted police and possible audience resistance.
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It is through this word — devotion — that the question of moving politically is radically reframed from within choreography. Race, Lepdcki, and Women’s Artistic Gymnastics. Returning to the sidewalk, No Noize starts a brief pas-de-deux with Man.
MA and PhD candidates – Fall: The essence of the police lies in a partition of the sensible that is characterized by the absence of void and of supplement: Book Reviews Peer reviewed journals: He is the author of Exhausting Dance: This link of choreography and the practice of freedom is counterintuitive thanks to the persistent misunderstanding that aligns choreography with imperatives and commands.
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Susan Canty Quinlan and Fernando Arenas. The purpose of choreopolicing, then, is to de-mobilize political action by means of implementing a certain kind of movement that prevents any formation and expression of the political.
In Thingly Variations in Space. Co-edited with Jenn Joy. The dance goes on. July 15, Business Address: Lest it dis- appear from the world. The police then needs not be embodied in the cop. In he was promoted to tenured Associate Professor.