How Did You Do That?

Lecture Recitals on Contemporary Artistic Processes, Decisions, and Judgements

Artistic work involves a multitude of decisions of a conscious and unconscious nature, judgments about success and failure, reflection on one's own actions. The series "How Did You Do That? Lecture Recitals on Contemporary Artistic Processes, Decisions, and Judgements" invites well-known artists from various disciplines to reflect on these processes: What criteria play a role? On what background are aesthetic decisions made? What kind of references are involved? When is a work/performance successful?

 

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Lecture Recital with discussion on the question of successful performance based on notation in contemporary music.

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Performing Social Justice: Why, and Then How?

Artistic work involves a multitude of decisions of a conscious and unconscious nature, judgments about success and failure, reflection on one's own actions. The series "How Did...

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The Minimoog Project: Aesthetics and Technology

Artistic work involves a multitude of decisions of a conscious and unconscious nature, judgments about success and failure, reflection on one's own actions. The series "How Did...

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