Staying in Dialogue: Making Collaboration

What does collaborative working mean to artists, how do joint processes develop, how do collectives form? In “Staying in Dialogue: Making Collaboration,” a course taught by Johanna Tinzl, students at the University of Applied Arts Vienna discussed these questions against the backdrop of readings by Donna Haraway and Rosi Braidotti. This gave rise to tentacular practices and a collective project. Themes such as “making kin between species” (Haraway), Posthumanism (Braidotti), compost and collective working were examined critically, a compilation of the read texts and found footage was created, reassembled, and translated into other formats. The result is this performance that can be seen via live stream here: A virtual, collective collage using DJing and VJing strategies. In the spirit of Haraway’s “Sowing Worlds” the performance uncovers curious practices of storytelling, imagination, resistance, and worlding.
Fri. 26.6.2020 20.00 to 20.30 Uhr
Florian Berger, Christian Wodstrup Christiansen, Pauline Hosse-Hartmann, Ivana Lazić, Christina Noitzmüller, Sissi Petutschnig, Elisa Pezza, Michael Plessl, Roman Prostejovsky, Judith Raupp, Raphael Reichl, Johanna Tinzl, Ida Zahradnik, and Ella Zwatz.
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