Claudia Bosse in conversation with Tina Post, David Levin and Petra Roggel
Following the streaming of ORACLE and SACRIFICE 1
on Nov 28, Bosse will be in conversation with David J. Levin, University of Chicago, Senior Advisor to the Provost for Arts and Addie Clark Harding Professor of Germanic Studies, Cinema & Media Studies,Theater Performance Studies; Tina Post, assistant professor of English Language and Literature and Theater and Performance Studies at the University of Chicago; and Petra Roggel, current director of the Goethe-Institut Chicago and former freelance curator and dramaturg, on Nov 29.
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© Claudia Bosse
, choreographer, director and artist, lives in Vienna and Berlin and is artistic director of theatercombinat. Her work focuses on different forms of violence, history and utopia. She thinks of her expansive choreographies in space as art works created by temporary communities, which incorporate myths, rituals, texts, language, choruses and objects. She has presented this (often chorus-like) reflective practice of bodies in space at festivals, museums, in architectural settings and in public spaces all over the world. Her artistic practice includes installations, theatre productions, choreographies of space and public interventions.
As a researcher, she has also held many workshops and has lectured at several academies and universities. Since 2011, she has also been working on installational pieces in cooperation with archives and art collections.
(c) University of Chicago
is an assistant professor of English Language and Literature and Theater and Performance Studies at the University of Chicago. She teaches courses in drama, performance theory, and creative writing. Her scholarly work examines racial performativity in theater, dance, and visual arts.
Photo: John Zich, ©University of Chicago
David J. Levin
is the Addie Clark Harding Professor in Germanic Studies, Cinema & Media Studies, Theater & Performance Studies, and the College at the University of Chicago. From 2011-2016 he served as the founding Director of the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry, which fosters experimental collaborations between artists and scholars. David has served as a guest professor of Theater and Performance Studies at the Free University of Berlin as well as the Universities of Oslo, Erlangen-Nürnberg, Mainz, and Konstanz. In addition to his academic work, he has worked as a dramaturg and collaborator for various opera houses in Germany and the United States as well for the choreographers William Forsythe and Saar Magal.
In the 1990s, Petra Roggel
was a freelance curator and dramaturg, including at the Theater am Halleschen Ufer, Berlin (1996 - 1998), Sophiensäle Berlin, Greifswalder Tanztendenzen, and founded in situ productions with Xavier Le Roy (1998 - 2003). In 2004 she became artistic co-director of the Kaaitheater Brussels. In 2008 she joined the Goethe-Institut in the department of theater and dance. Since 2015 Petra Roggel is director of the Goethe-Institut Chicago.
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