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More Weirdness, More Joy: Performance Curation and Pedagogy at Danspace Project and the Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance (excerpt)

Ralph Lemon performing as part of An All Day Event. The End., a 12-hour performance conceived by Lemon and held at the closing of PLATFORM 2012: Parallels. Photo: Ian Douglas

The following excerpt is from a chapter by Judy Hussie-Taylor, Danspace Project Executive Director and Chief Curator, to be included in a forthcoming anthology Curating Live Arts: Global Perspectives, Envisioning Theory and Practice in Performance (working title) edited by Dena Davida, Jane Gabriels, Véronique… Read more

Curatorial Twists and Turns

Conversation Without Walls: Bearing Witness, held as part of the two-day After Fukushima: A 24-hour Event during Platform 2016: A Body in Places. Photo: Ian Douglas.

Welcome to Issue #3 of the Danspace Project Journal. This issue highlights Danspace Project’s partnership with Wesleyan University’s Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance (ICPP), a two-year program offering an MA. We are grateful to the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation’s… Read more

A Theatre Without Spectators

a theatre without spectators

“We therefore need a different theatre, a theatre without spectators: not a theatre played out in front of empty seats, but a theatre where the passive optical relationship implied by the very term is subjected to a different relationship –… Read more

Judy Hussie-Taylor: Curating as a verb

Danspace Executive Director Judy Hussie Taylor, Philip Bither (Walker Art Center), and Thomas Lax (Museum of Modern Art) at the ICCP Symposium Curating Performance: In Dreams Begin Responsibilities on July 25. Here Hussie-Taylor discusses the ethos and inspiration behind Danspace’s Platform Series. Thanks to Steven… Read more

Curating as a verb: What is artist-centered curatorial practice?

Over July 25-26, Wesleyan University’s Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance (ICPP) will host a two-day convening of leaders in the performing arts field.  Attendees will discuss topics including creating an artist-centered curatorial practice, and the curator’s role in activating the public imagination… Read more