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Performance Philosophy / Non-philosophy

ORCiM Study Day with Laura Cull and John Ó Maoilearca

From Friday May 29th (15h) to Saturday May 30th (16h)

NON-PHILOSOPHY-PERFORMANCE.JPGSami Sälpäkivi and Bobi Girl in the first ever horse theatre in Finland, "Hiano Mailma" which he created with his wife Anne in 2002.
Courtesy of the authors.

Artistic research shares with François Laruelle's 'non-philosophy' and the emerging field of 'performance philosophy' a condition of internal conflict: On one side, artistic research breaks out of acceptable knowledge, on the other it seeks to make its outcomes accepted as knowledge; on one side, it appropriates artistic modes of inquiry and presentation for research, on the other research already pervades the very artistic practice that produced them; on one side, artistic research resists institutionalism, on the other it needs to develop and maintain research networks in and across institutions.

Sensible and Sensorial Explorations in Music

International Orpheus Academy For Music & Theory 2015

Monday March 30th through Wednesday April 1st, 2015

With the topic 'Sensible and sensorial explorations in Music', the International Orpheus Academy for Music & Theory 2015 will open the field of investigation towards a sensorial approach to music and its aesthetic theories.

Day of Artistic Research

Thursday 19 March 2015, 17:00 - 22:00

On the 'Day of Artistic Research' the four Flemish conservatories and the Orpheus Institute reflect on the state of affairs in artistic research in music in Flanders.

Deleuzabelli Variations

Diabelli Variations for the 21st century

Tuesday 17 March 2015, 20:00

For the fourth Research café, Antwerp’s Royal Conservatoire will be hosting the Portuguese pianist and researcher Paulo De Assis for an innovative and highly individual version of Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations. He plays many of the 33 variations on the piano and the contemporary composers Paolo Galli, Bart Vanhecke, Tiziano Manca and Juan Parra Cancino have written adaptations for chamber ensemble.