A Conversation with Bojana Cvejić

20 January 2017

This Friday Jan. 20th 4:30pm – 5:30pm, Bojana Cvejić (born in Belgrade/Serbia), a performance theorist and performance maker based in Brussels, will join a conversation the Carleton community in Wetz 236 (Larson Family Meeting Room). This conversation will be moderated with Sandra Teitge, an East Berlin-born New York-based independent curator/programmer, writer, and researcher and artistic director of the residency program FD13 in Saint Paul, MN.

Cvejić is a co-founding member of TkH editorial collective with whom she has realized many projects and publications. Cvejić is Professor of Philosophy of Art for the doctoral studies at Faculty for Media and Communication, University Singidunum in Belgrade. Her current research focuses on social choreography, technologies and performances of the self, and time and rhythm in performance poetics and Post-Fordist modes of production.

In this conversation, she will be talking about contemporary dance in Europe among other topics, including research with regards to her publications as well as to her current research on the continuation of the investigation of Performance in the public sphere.

Following the conversation, there will be a screening of the film Yugoslavia, How Ideology Moved Our Collective Body in the Weitz Cinema at 6pm.