In this workshop, we will work through language as material amongst other materials, as well as thinking through texts’ relationship to voice; performance, and embodiment. Bring along a photocopy of something you are reading for your degree; pens, and paper. We will be reading, writing, and making together during the session.
This workshop is open to all doctoral students and students of institute of fine arts (IBK). As the number of participants are limited, we ask you kindly to register for the workshop until October 4 to email@example.com.
Friday 7th October 2022, 16:00 – 19:00
Room M20, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Schillerplatz 3, 1010 Wien
This workshop is organized by the ÖH student representatives of the doctoral studies and co-finanzed by the student representatives of IBK.
Linda Stupart is an artist, writer, and educator from Cape Town, South Africa. They completed their PhD at Goldsmiths in 2016, with a project engaged in new considerations of objectification and abjection. They are interested in the possibilities for writing and making discrete grounded encounters with different kinds of bodies (of knowledge, objects, affect as well as corporeal bodies) as a way to think through less alienated ways of living and thinking together. This comes out of encounters with feminist art, postcolonial, ecological, queer, and affect theory as well as embodied and object-based critical institutional encounters. Their current work consists predominately of writing, performance, film, and sculpture, and engages with queer theory, science fiction, environmental crises, magic, language, desire, and revenge. // lindastupart.net