Seminario performativo lógicas de lo indomiciliado
18 - 20 hrs.
de la narración de un gesto eventual.
Juliane Debeusscher, historiadora del arte, investigadora independiente.
Peter Bartoš: Grazing A Lamb, 1979. An Attempt to Reconstruct an Afternoon
"No need to want in order to act. Quite the contrary: all it takes is wanting for the
constellation that triggers acting to disappear, rather in the same way sunlight causes
the stars to disappear."
Deligny, 2015, 63.
Juliane Debeusscher is an art historian and independent researcher. She holds a Degree in Art History and Curatorial Studies (Université Montpellier 3 and Université Rennes 2, France, 2004) and a MA in History and Critique of the Arts (Université Rennes 2, 2006). She was a participant in the Independent Studies Programme (PEI) at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA) (2008-2009).
Her research addresses some aspects of Central European unofficial culture between 1975 and 1989, through the lens of the practices of communication and the networks of artistic collaboration, which contributed to its public visibility within the socialist bloc and beyond.
In 2010, she was granted by the Centre National des Arts Plastiques (CNAP, Francia) for a research project centred on two cases of censored exhibitions in Hungary during the 1980s. She has published essays, articles and interviews about artistic production in Eastern Europe (focusing most particularly on the Hungarian and Yugoslav contexts) in magazines such as Afterall, ArtMargins online and Springerin, as well as in edited books and exhibition catalogues.