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SYMPOSIUM: You\'ve got my interest

18.11.2011 to 19.11.2011

SYMPOSIUM: You\'ve got my interest


SYMPOSIUM: You've got my interest SYMPOSIUM: You've got my interest

Previous dates

sat, 19.11.2011
- 16.00 h
fri, 18.11.2011
11.00 h - 23.59 h

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Symposium:You\'ve got my interest


Symposium on the economics of producing, between extravagance and calculation




Date: Fri, Nov 18 and Sat, Nov 19, 11-16h 


Venue: TQW/ Studios


Free admission


Against the background of deep changes in habitats and the ecological, economic and intercultural preconditions of our action, precisely because of the specific involvement and participation of contemporary dance and performance art in these processes, the related practice of production is up for discussion in a special way.


In the framework of the FEEDBACK programme focus – in a two-day and international symposium in introductory lectures, dialogues and round tables – the producers, artists and theoreticians dedicate themselves to various aspects that mark the “Inter-Esse”, the being together, the sharing and allocating of interests and roles in the context of the production and conveying of artistic works. What are the “hard facts” and what are the ideal values of the houses such as the Tanzquartier Wien that produce the basis of our artistic, arts-policy and institutional decisions? What roles do concepts of trust, extravagance and squandering oneself play in exchange and cooperation? How does the incalculable and the superfluous in artistic production unsettle the calculated and the strategic in order to open up new territories for art and its audience? Starting from various questions and in dialogue with the practice of all those involved, the event invites people to an exchange of views on the present-day economics of producing.




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