"The Art of Assemblies as/or The Politics of Promises"
Alexander Karschnia is a theatre-maker, performer, author, theoretician, and co-founder of andcompany&Co. He writes about and for theatre, for example, on Brecht, Müller, Schlingensief, Pollesch, and Rimini Protokoll. Partly his work lies on the edge of science and art, and includes performance lectures and curating.
Assembling the Precarious Speaker Series is hosted by IU Germanic Studies and co-sponsored by the Cultural Studies Program. It is part of Professor Teresa Kovac's graduate seminar GER-G825: Assembling the Precarious. Political Aesthetics in the 21st Century.
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