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Constantin Georgescu

Mapping Worldmaking: Encoding Experience in Dance

Beginn des PhD-Programms / Start of the PhD-Program: WS 2020

Betreuung / Supervision:
Karin Harrasser
Rose Breuss
Claudia Jeschke

Mapping Worldmaking: Encoding Experience in Dance adopts a phenomenological point of view to research dance and choreography, considering the processes of corporeal mediation and chiasmatic sedimentation which are forming the dance prior to its final stage. In this sense, the project investigates and expands on the methods and procedures of negotiating the heterogeneous territories involved in choreographic practices. At the same time, it maps and explores overlaps and intersections between perceptual frames and linguistic realms, and questions traditional notions of archiving, through an embodied understanding of dance experience.

Kurz-Biographie / Short Bio
Constantin Georgescu is choreographer, visual artist and dance teacher, and received his MA in Dance Education at Anton Bruckner Private University in 2019 with the thesis "A Fluid Perspective on Dance Training", which was awarded the UNIsono Masterpreis 2019. He has worked internationally as a dance artist, choreographer, and video designer. His choreographic works are approaching a wide range of artistic directions, from ballet reconstructions and contemporary dance creations, to multi-media installations and dance videos.

Constantin Georgescu