7 search results for “spectatorship” in the Public website
Taking Place: Parrhesiastic practices of social transformation within local forms of theatricality
How can theatricality act as a mediating process between public space and public as ‘audience’? Does the presence of an observer change the nature of the observed and if so, how?
Shifting Identities - The Musician as Theatrical Performer
The focus of the research lies in the approach of reducing, denying, or taking away essential elements of music making in order to let the musician become theatrical.
Janneke Wesseling - The Perfect Spectator: The Experience of the Artwork and the Topicality of Reception Aesthetics
The key questions posed in this dissertation are centred on the interaction between spectator and artwork. What happens between a spectator and an artwork? How do we experience ‘meaning’ in an artwork? How may the process of interpretation be understood and articulated?
Shifting identities : the musician as theatrical performer
The artistic PhD research "Shifting Identities" investigates the musicians' professional identity and how this identity might shift when musicians start acting as theatrical performers.
Towards a transdisciplinary and relational performance practice
Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
‘The almost impossible task of being both artist and observer'
How can artist PhD candidates research their own work? They need to be good at switching from maker to critical observer and their research has to have a solid theoretical basis. This is the premise of Professor Janneke Wesseling. The aesthetic value of their work also has to be up for discussion. Inaugural