Andrea is presenting our long term research at the THIRD Annual Forum, DAS Graduate School Amsterdam as part of the THIRD Annual Forum on 28 October at 18.00-20.30. From Wednesday 26th October until Saturday 29th October, artists researchers of the cohort 3 of THIRD composed by Catalina Insignares, Nikita Maheshwary, Igor Koruga, Cecilia Vallejos, Andrea Božić, Áron Birtalan, and Amanda Piña will present their ongoing projects in individual sessions.
Location: DAS Graduate School 26-29 October 2022, program distributed from 10:30 to 21:30.
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Andrea will give an introduction into our artistic practice led research that investigates the co-constitutive relationship between attention and space: how – through altering their logic - a new ‘imaginal’ space might appear in their overlap. It works towards developing a cosmology of attention and modes of spectatorship – an experience of an expanded range and quality of perception and attention - practiced through artistic work as an interface with the world.
Working through ‘differentiated attention’, ‘weaving spaces’ and ‘mapping dreams’, the research explores the overlaps of spatiotemporal logic in dreams, gameplay and cosmology in site-responsive collaborations with architectural structures and their given systems and their spectatorship apparatus. It seeks to blur the edges between the stage and the world to consider the co-constructedness of the theatre and the world as imaginal spaces.
The performative show-and-tell research presentation will include excerpts from the performance How To Exit a Reality (Attempt 1 of 19) and from the colour and light installations The Light Archive and the Looking-Glass House in collaboration with Billy Mullaney and a response to the research by Konstantina Georgelou, Joe Kelleher and Billy Mullaney.
Produced by TILT, residency: Veem House for Performance.
Made possible by the financial contribution of the Fonds Podiumkunsten, Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Tijl Fonds, Kickstart Cultuurfonds, Horizon and DAS Research