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Choreography as Conditioning: Thinking Conditioning through Practice

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The books included in the series Choreography as Conditioning are rooted in a cycle of work sessions entitled CASC at KASK, in which students work together with invited guests. They explore the notions of choreography, understood as ways of organizing subjects in their surroundings, and conditioning in both art-making and society-making. Where, how, and by whom are things organized and what kind of landscapes of experience are made (im)possible by the practices we enact and encounter? Thinking Conditioning through Practice, the first book in this series, addresses the question of how these practices destabilize and (re)constitute the concept of conditioning through six writing processes performed by Alex Arteaga, Julia Barrios de la Mora, Julien Bruneau, Laetitia Gendre & Miram Rohde, Heike Langsdorf and Kristof Van Baarle.
Originele taalEngels
Plaats van publicatieGent
Aantal pagina's92
ISBN (Print)9789490800840
StatusGepubliceerd - 12-jun-2018

Bibliografische nota

Thinking Conditioning through Practice

Alex Arteaga and Heike Langsdorf (eds.)

© 2018 Art Paper Editions & the editors (Alex Arteaga, Heike Langsdorf)

© 2018 of the texts: 
the contributors

All rights reserved, including the right of reproduction in whole
or in part in any form.

ISBN 9789490800840
First edition of 500 copies

Series concept
Alex Arteaga Heike Langsdorf


Alex Arteaga, Julia Barrios de la Mora, Julien Bruneau,
Laetitia Gendre & Miriam Rohde, Heike Langsdorf, Kristof Van Baarle
Copy Editor
Tawny Andersen

Graphic design


Graphius Group, Ghent

International distribution

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Choreography as Conditioning is produced in the context of the research project Distraction as Discipline—an investigation into the function of attention and participation in performance art and art pedagogy conducted by Heike Langsdorf and Anna Luyten at KASK / School of Arts of University College Ghent. The research project is financed by the Arts Research Fund
 of University College Ghent.

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