Simpozij → Seminar sodobnih scenskih umetnosti


Monday, April 12th  2010 at 7 p.m.

Cankarjev dom, M1 Hall, Prešernova 10, Ljubljana



Following three examples of his recent projects he is in involved in, Peter Stamer will provide some insight in his PRACTICE: a concept understood as PERFORMATIVE RESEARCH AND CHOREOGRAPHIC TOOLS IN CONTEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTS.

In his presentation, Peter wants to to look at the following stakes:

1) what is PERFORMATIVE RESEARCH in contemporary performance practice? (The question of KNOWLEDGE in theory and practice);

2) what can be understood by CHOREOGRAPHIC TOOLS? (The question of METHODOLOGIES);

3) how to conceive of space as CONTEMPORARYENVIRONMENT? (The question of SETTING).

About Peter Stamer

Peter Stamer is a free-lance director, author, curator, and performer, based in Berlin and Vienna.

Peter Stamer, born 1970 in South-West Germany, is free-lance dramaturg, author, curator, and performer. He worked as a dance dramaturgue at the national theatre at Mannheimand and as dance curator for the international Ursula-Blickle foundation. In 2001 he came to the newly founded Tanzquartier Wien as a curator for theory. Since 2002 he has been working as a freelance dramaturgue, author and performer in the field of

contemporary dance and performance.

His projects explore discursive power within performative setups. Develops series of talk performances like AT HOME (Vienna 2005), SANS PAPIERS (Berlin 2006), HEAD ROOM CHINESE WHISPERS - LES BOĂES  (Beijing/Vienna 2006, Lypon 2008 with Daniel Aschwanden), PERSONALE (Vienna 2006/2007). Festival dramaturg for Young Choreographersâ Project (Beijing 2007). Coaching project  ON TIME at Impulstanzfestival (VIENNA 2007, with Philipp Gehmacher). Artistic director of the dance biennal TANZNACHT 2008 (Berlin 2008) and the lab project PRACTICE (Performative Research And Choreographic Tools In Contemporary Environments, Berlin 2008). Head of the lab project FORWARD VIENNA (FOR Widespread Artistic Research And Development, Vienna 2009). Mentor and artist-in-residence at APT (Antwerp 2008).