Performance Art Archives and Documentation
with Anja Foerschner
This course will examine how the time-and site-specific experience of performance art is translated into physical material with sustainability. It investigates into the relation of physical remains to ephemeral artistic practice, their meaning for the inscription into history, and ways of use for artists, scholars, and curators.
About Anja Foerschner
Anja is the founder of ECC Performance Art. Originally trained as a visual artist, she holds an MA in Art Pedagogy, Art History and Philosophy and a PhD in Contemporary Art History from Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich. Anja has researched and curated performance art for almost a decade and worked with institutes such as Munich’s Haus der Kunst, the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles and PerformanceHUB in Belgrade. She is passionate about exploring the many facets of performance art and the various ways in which it engages with our cultural, social, and political landscape.
|AVAILABILITY:||Places still available|
|DURATION:||Wednesdays, February 26 - March 18, 2020, 6pm-8pm CET|
|TUITION FEE:||175 € (no equipment required)|
|APPLICATION DEADLINE:||February 20, 2020|