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"Becoming MEMA** defines the artist/researcher as a rather ephemeral ‘animal’, who's interest is set on the liminal space that accompanies the occurrence of shared openings evolving from the interference patterns of intra-active movements."

see also: portfolio memacism

>>>    2012     since its start in 2012 the following texts for the artistic research project 'memacism' have been presented
                       at the listed events in experimental research settings of performative lectures:

09/2012 'Utterance as 'movement' praxis or the quantum leap of t/here' performative/dance lecture together with Verena van den Berg at the 'Environmental Utterance' - a performative conference at the University College Falmouth, UK

04/2013 'Thinking on the move: Diffractive practices as embodied ‘agential intra-action'', performative lecture together with Sharna Fabiano and Sarah Jacobs at 'Tactical Bodies: The Choreography of Non-Dancing Subjects' a joint special topics conference of Congress on Research in Dance (CORD) and Dance Under Construction (DUC) at UCLA, US.

07/2013 'Affects of being affected - marks on bodies by leaks of intra-action', paper presented at the 'Geographies of Desire' session at the 'International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Emotional Geographies', 1.-3. July, University of Groningen, Netherlands.

07/2013 'Turn around, make a round turn: Thinking through the transpositional options of movement', performative presentation in collaboration with Yuko Matsuyama for the 'Trans – what? - across and beyond (artistic) research Symposium'
28. July, @ Supermarkt Creative Resource Centre, Brunnenstrasse 64,  Berlin, Germany.

10/2013 turning it into a German version: 'Dreh dich um, mach‘ eine runde Drehung – Denken, um die transpositionalen Möglichkeiten von Bewegung herum'; [soundcheck philosophie] #3,
Halle an der Saale, Germany

04/2014 'In touch, out of bounds: Habit as background knowledge to touch upon imposed conditions';
(Embodied movement training as ability to counter governing regimes of place); 04.April, 2014;
Ludus Festival Leeds - performance - place - possibility / symposium: Performance in Contemporary Urban Contexts, Leeds, UK

04/2014, 'Jump to touch - being out of bounds, but in touch: paradox strategies, as impuls for change of habit'; Cognitive Futures in Humanities, 23.- 26-April 2014, University of Durham; UK

07/2014, 'Touch, absconding into gesture - or how to become intentionally attuned with (dis-dancing) touch devices'; 4th Metabody Conference History and Ontologies of Movement-Gesture, 11. July 2014, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid; Ciudad Universitaria de Cantoblanco, Auditorio Filosofia y Letras, Spain

10/2014, 'The Touching Moment: touching matter – matter of response' co-presented with the performers: Jack Britton, Katherine Hall, Lewys Holt; at the In Dialogue symposium - An International Symposium that interrogates how artists and researchers use dialogue in practice, 2. - 4. October 2014, Nottingham, UK

09/2015, 'Shifting boundaries: Exteriority within phenomena - Performing in site - inside' on 'performative practice and institutional performativity' co-presented with the dancers and traceurs Kim Chowdhury, Angeliki Dalangeli, Nikolay Ivonov, Eva Papadopoulos at the Institutions, Politics, Performance Conference at Green Park, Athens, Greece, 24 - 28th September 2015

03/2016 'Performing Identity or the Risky Performativity of Situatedness' at the 4th Euroacademia International Conference - Identities and Identifications: Politicized Uses of Collective Identities,
4.-5. March 2016, Venice, Italy

06/2016 'Shifting from within: Boundary making in the Fraglity of Presence' co-presented with the dancers Anna-Leena Ryyppö and Sebstian Lopéz-Lehto at the Cognitive Futures in the Humanities 2016 Conference - see here for programme and abstracts, 13.-15. June 2016, Helsinki, Finland

(*motion embedded mind agency concept)
(**motion embodied mind agency)

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