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Algunos proyectos

Esta página reúne algunos de los proyectos que he concebido y comisariado en los últimos años, así como algunos de los proyectos artísticos y críticos en los que he participado como dramaturga o teórica.

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Photo by Santiago Sepulveda (2014)

2021

Feminismos Antipatriarcales and Poetic Disobedience

9 and 10 June 2021 via zoom

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Femimismo antipatriarcales: Lukas Avendaño, photo by Edith Morales

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    Foreplay names a peculiar mode of being together and working in performance, recognized as distinctive of a group of artists operating in the 1960s New York scene, among which Ellen Stewart, John Vaccaro, Ruby Lynn Reyner, Jackie Curtis, Andy Warhol, Tom Eyen, Jack Smith, Penny Arcade. Matching an original approach to historical materials and theoretical reflection, the book addresses the peculiar forms of production, reproduction and consumption elaborated in the 1960s scene, through artistic experiments and social performances, as labors of love, creating for artists a condition of ‘preliminarity’ toward professional work, and at the same time functioning as a counterforce within productive economy, as a prelude where value is not yet conferred upon labor. The book proposes that such labors of love can be considered both as paradigmatic for contemporary forms of precarious labor, and also as marginal forms of resistance to ideas of capitalist productivity and professionalism. This book, and the idea of foreplay which stands at its core, took shape as the unlikely encounter between two lines of inquiry which have punctuated my work in the last decade, proceeding simultaneously and progressively interlocking: a historical investigation into performance history, and a theoretical inquiry into modes of performance labor in contemporary capitalism.

Feminismo antipatrircales y Desodediencia Poética es un proyecto de investigación internacional, que forma parte de un proyecto más amplio: Queer Feminist Currents. Concebido como una exploración colectiva de gestos, técnicas, posturas y conjuros que afirman activamente la resistencia feminista contra el patriarcado y el colonialismo extractivo, el proyecto culminó en un evento inspirado en prácticas de conocimiento y creación artística desarrolladas por artistxs latinoamericanxs contemporánexs.

2019

Domestics Against Domestication

Londres, Reino Unido, junio de 2019

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Encuentro organizado por la University of Roehampton, Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance y la University of Coventry, Centre for Postdigital Cultures. Organizado por Valeria Graziano y Giulia Palladini 

Con contribuciones de: Valeria Graziano | Bettina Knaup | Giulia Palladini | Ella Parry-Davis | Eleanor Roberts | Kim Trogal | Ana Vilenica.

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    Foreplay names a peculiar mode of being together and working in performance, recognized as distinctive of a group of artists operating in the 1960s New York scene, among which Ellen Stewart, John Vaccaro, Ruby Lynn Reyner, Jackie Curtis, Andy Warhol, Tom Eyen, Jack Smith, Penny Arcade. Matching an original approach to historical materials and theoretical reflection, the book addresses the peculiar forms of production, reproduction and consumption elaborated in the 1960s scene, through artistic experiments and social performances, as labors of love, creating for artists a condition of ‘preliminarity’ toward professional work, and at the same time functioning as a counterforce within productive economy, as a prelude where value is not yet conferred upon labor. The book proposes that such labors of love can be considered both as paradigmatic for contemporary forms of precarious labor, and also as marginal forms of resistance to ideas of capitalist productivity and professionalism. This book, and the idea of foreplay which stands at its core, took shape as the unlikely encounter between two lines of inquiry which have punctuated my work in the last decade, proceeding simultaneously and progressively interlocking: a historical investigation into performance history, and a theoretical inquiry into modes of performance labor in contemporary capitalism.

El punto de partida de este proyecto es el encuentro entre la idea de "doméstico" que emerge de mi trabajo (sugiriendo que el conjunto de actividades asociadas a organizar, mantener y habitar una casa constituye una categoría en sí misma, que no es algo dado, sino un campo de lucha e imaginación) y la reflexión crítica sobre la domesticación tecnológica, central en el trabajo de investigación de Valeria Graziano. Si la domesticación tecnológica ha funcionado como marco para entender cómo la modernidad industrial ha moldeado la vida doméstica, ha llegado el momento de cuestionar las demarcaciones de lo que esto implica hoy, tanto en términos de divisiones de género, clase y raza en el trabajo doméstico, como en términos de repensar los medios tecnológicos de reproducción social.

2014

The Labor and Leisure of Performance

Julio de 2014 | Speicher, Waagegasse 2, Erfurt

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Interdisciplinary workshop convened by Giulia Palladini and Ilka Saal

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    Foreplay names a peculiar mode of being together and working in performance, recognized as distinctive of a group of artists operating in the 1960s New York scene, among which Ellen Stewart, John Vaccaro, Ruby Lynn Reyner, Jackie Curtis, Andy Warhol, Tom Eyen, Jack Smith, Penny Arcade. Matching an original approach to historical materials and theoretical reflection, the book addresses the peculiar forms of production, reproduction and consumption elaborated in the 1960s scene, through artistic experiments and social performances, as labors of love, creating for artists a condition of ‘preliminarity’ toward professional work, and at the same time functioning as a counterforce within productive economy, as a prelude where value is not yet conferred upon labor. The book proposes that such labors of love can be considered both as paradigmatic for contemporary forms of precarious labor, and also as marginal forms of resistance to ideas of capitalist productivity and professionalism. This book, and the idea of foreplay which stands at its core, took shape as the unlikely encounter between two lines of inquiry which have punctuated my work in the last decade, proceeding simultaneously and progressively interlocking: a historical investigation into performance history, and a theoretical inquiry into modes of performance labor in contemporary capitalism.

Este encuentro examinó un fenómeno integral pero infravalorado de la industria cultural actual: el trabajo "gratuito" que profesionales y aficionados a las artes escénicas realizan durante su tiempo libre, con la esperanza de una futura validación.

2010

Archivios afectivos

Vercelli/Turin, November 2010

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Archivi affettivi: Collage by canecapovolto (2010)

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    Foreplay names a peculiar mode of being together and working in performance, recognized as distinctive of a group of artists operating in the 1960s New York scene, among which Ellen Stewart, John Vaccaro, Ruby Lynn Reyner, Jackie Curtis, Andy Warhol, Tom Eyen, Jack Smith, Penny Arcade. Matching an original approach to historical materials and theoretical reflection, the book addresses the peculiar forms of production, reproduction and consumption elaborated in the 1960s scene, through artistic experiments and social performances, as labors of love, creating for artists a condition of ‘preliminarity’ toward professional work, and at the same time functioning as a counterforce within productive economy, as a prelude where value is not yet conferred upon labor. The book proposes that such labors of love can be considered both as paradigmatic for contemporary forms of precarious labor, and also as marginal forms of resistance to ideas of capitalist productivity and professionalism. This book, and the idea of foreplay which stands at its core, took shape as the unlikely encounter between two lines of inquiry which have punctuated my work in the last decade, proceeding simultaneously and progressively interlocking: a historical investigation into performance history, and a theoretical inquiry into modes of performance labor in contemporary capitalism.

( PSI #01 Italy research cluster, noviembre de 2010) Curado por Giulia Palladini, Marco Pustianaz y Annalisa Sacchi

Archivi affettivi / Archivos afectivos fue una conferencia internacional y un evento artístico, organizado por la Università del Piemonte Orientale 'Amedeo Avogadro' (Vercelli, Italia) y patrocinado por Performance Studies international (PSi), la mayor asociación internacional en el campo de los estudios de performance. Archivi affettivi fue el primer evento sobre estudios de la performance organizado en Italia.

Algunos proyectos / Colaboraciones

2020

Colaboración con la coreógrafa Emma Murray en el proyecto “A Live Annotated Encounter with my Archive” como parte de la residencia ‘Digital and Distanced Dance Potentialities’, acogida por Movement Art Practice  (Christchurch, Nueva Zelanda) (proyecto seleccionado en el Intercambio de Investigación 2020, patrocinado por Creative New Zealand y Rātā Foundation).

2019

Asesoría dramatúrgica a Tara Fathei Irani para el proyecto de performance Mishandled Archive.

2017

Asesoría dramatúrgica a Mapa Teatro para la performance La Despedida.

2015

Teórica invitada en el proyecto “Studio 13. Let’s talk about work (and life)”, comisariado por Silke Bake y Jacopo Lanteri, Tanzfabrik, Berlín, Alemania, 25 de marzo.

2013

Participación como teórica en “Taking Time Together”, proyecto de investigación artística comisariado por Nora Sternfeld y Teemu Maaki, Aalto University - Augusta Gallery, Helsinki, Finlandia, 8-22 de abril. Durante este proyecto escribí el Manifestopor la Desobediencia Poliorgásmica.

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