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Mariella Greil: Bare Bodies – Thresholding Life

22.04.2024 to 22.04.2024 - Tanzquartier Wien

Mariella Greil: Bare Bodies – Thresholding Life


© Christian Schuller © Christian Schuller


mo, 22.04.2024
14.30 h

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Mon 22.04., 14.30h

Following Mariella Greil’s Morning Practice and in anticipation of the workshop "Verwerfungen & Faltungen: eine choreo-ethische Assemblage", TQW hosts the book presentation "Bare Bodies – Thresholding Life" (Angewandte, DeGruyter, Berlin 2024). This anthology is dedicated to bodies in transition, on thresholds, and at the edges of life, discussed in terms of their artistic, political and existential dimensions. The book is an artistic-philosophical exploration of emergence, survival and decay at the intersection of performance and life practices.

With: Mariella Greil (dancer, artistic researcher, editor of the book), Mia Habib (dancer and choreographer), Werner Moebius (sound artist), K.T. Zakravsky (performance artist and philosopher) and Anna Leon (TQW theory)

Book contributions by Fiona Bannon, Ashon Crawley, Ingrid Dengg, Gurur Ertem, Alice Heyward, Rebecca Hilton, Simona Koch, Pavlos Kountouriotis, Laurel V. McLaughlin, Salka Ardal Rosengren, Barbis Ruder, Heba Zaphiriou-Zarifi

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