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Alcuni progetti

In questa pagina sono elencati alcuni dei progetti che ho ideato e curato negli ultimi anni e alcuni dei progetti artistici e critici a cui ho partecipato come drammaturga o teorica.

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Foto di Santiago Sepulveda (2014)

2021

Feminismos Antipatriarcales and Poetic Disobedience

9 e 10 Giugno 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 and Poetic Disodedience è un progetto di ricerca internazionale, parte del research cluster Queer Feminist Currents. Concepito come un'esplorazione collettiva di gesti, tecniche, posture e incantesimi che affermano attivamente la resistenza femminista contro il patriarcato e il colonialismo estrattivo, il progetto è culminato in un evento finale ispirato a pratiche di conoscenza e creazione artistica sviluppate da artist* contemporane* latinoamerican*.

2019

Domestics Against Domestication

London, UK, Giugno 2019

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Giornata di studio organizzata dall'Università di Roehampton, Dipartimento di Drama, Theatre and Performance e dall'Università di Coventry, Centro for Postdigital Cultures. Organizzato da Valeria Graziano e Giulia Palladini 

Con i contributi di: 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.

Il punto di partenza di questo progetto è l'incontro tra l'idea di  "domestica" che emerge dal mio lavoro (suggerendo che l'insieme delle attività associate all'organizzazione, alla manutenzione e all'abitare una casa costituisce una categoria a sé stante, che non è un dato di fatto, ma un campo di lotta e di immaginazione) e la riflessione critica sulla domesticazione tecnologica, centrale nel lavoro di ricerca di Valeria Graziano. Se la domesticazione tecnologica ha funzionato come quadro di riferimento per comprendere come la modernità industriale abbia plasmato la vita domestica, è giunto il momento di rimettere in discussione le demarcazioni di ciò che questo comporta oggi, sia in termini di divisione di genere, di classe e di razza nel lavoro domestico, sia in termini di ripensamento dei mezzi tecnologici di riproduzione sociale.

2014

The Labor and Leisure of Performance

Luglio 2014 | Speicher, Waagegasse 2, Erfurt

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Workshop interdisciplinare organizzato da Giulia Palladini e 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.

Il workshop esaminava un fenomeno integrante, ma sottovalutato, dell'industria culturale odierna: il lavoro "gratuito" che professionist* e dilettanti delle arti dello spettacolo svolgono durante il loro tempo "libero", nella speranza di una futura convalida.

2010

Affective Archives

Vercelli/Torino, Novembre 2010

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Archivi affettivi: Collage di 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 Italia research cluster, novembre 2010) A cura di Giulia Palladini, Marco Pustianaz e Annalisa Sacchi

Archivi affettivi / Affective archives è stata una conferenza internazionale e un evento artistico, ospitato dall'Università del Piemonte Orientale "Amedeo Avogadro" (Vercelli, Italia) e sponsorizzato da Performance Studies international (PSi), la più grande associazione internazionale nel campo degli studi sulla performance. Archivi affettivi è stato il primo evento di performance studies organizzato in Italia.

Alcuni progetti/Collaborazioni

2020

Collaborazione con la coreografa Emma Murray al progetto “A Live Annotated Encounter with my Archive” i nell'ambito della residenza  "Digital and Distanced Dance Potentialities Residency", ospitata da Movement Art Practice (Christchurch, Nuova Zelanda) (progetto selezionato nel 2020 Research Exchange, sponsorizzato da Creative New Zealand e Rātā Foundation).

2019

Consulenza drammaturgica a Tara Fathei Irani per il progetto performativo Mishandled Archive.

2017

Consulenza drammaturgica a Mapa Teatro per lo spettacolo La Despedida.

2015

Teorica ospite invitata nel progetto “Studio 13. Let’s talk about work (and life)”, a cura di Silke Bake e Jacopo Lanteri, Tanzfabrik, Berlino, Germania, 25 marzo.

2013

Partecipazione come teorica a “Taking Time Together”,progetto di ricerca artistica curato da Nora Sternfeld e Teemu Maaki, Aalto University - Galleria Augusta, Helsinki, Finlandia, 8-22 aprile. Durante questo progetto ho scritto il Manifesto per la Disobbedienza Poliorgasmica.

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