10 search results for “spectatorship” in the Public website
Faculty of Humanities
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.
Mediating from Within. Metaxical Amplification as an Alternative Sonic Environment for Classical Music Performance
Heloisa’s doctoral research examines classical music performance from a curatorial perspective, reflecting upon and challenging the traditional configuration of performance environments.
‘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…
Why some criminal cases cannot be solved in the cultural domain
Court cases that get out of hand are enacted again and again, according to PhD candidate Tessa de Zeeuw. De Zeeuw: ‘Even if the court comes to the correct judgement, from a legal point of view, the issues that appear in a case such as that of Lucia de Berk continue to
Elevated minds: The Sublime in the public arts in 17th-century Paris and Amsterdam
The aim of this project is to study the influence of Longinus’s treatise ‘On the sublime’ on practice and theory of architecture and theatre in seventeenth-century Paris and Amsterdam.
English paperback The Perfect Spectator out now
The Perfect Spectator. The experience of the art work and reception aesthetics. By Janneke Wesseling
Blog Post | The Diplomatic Elite, the People at Home and Democratic Renewal
‘Foreign policy’ may seem to the general public to be merely an official response to problems entering the nation from across the border. Yet the political reach of diplomacy has extended, and diplomats will have to find ways to engage more with home citizens, including those who feel sidelined and…
Odile Bodde at King’s College London
Odile Bodde tells about her stay in London at King's College...