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Panel: The Artist as an Individualist vs. the Creative Collective

Date: 2010-07-02
Hour: 12:45
Normal price: admission free
Duration: 1h
Venue: Courtyard of Poznań Archaeological Museum


Participants: Luk Van den Dries, Grzegorz Niziołek

Moderator: Paweł Sztarbowski

Luk Van den Dries studied German Language and Literature at the University of Brussels. He started his academic career in 1980 with a research fellowship at the University of Brussels and later moved to Antwerp for a Teaching Assistant post in Theatre Studies. He got his PhD with a research on "Performance Analysis: Performance history of Heiner Müller in Belgium". Currently Professor of Theatre Studies at the University of Antwerp (Belgium) and visiting professor for the postgraduate degree in Stage Design (Hogeschool Antwerpen). He is the author of several books and articles investigating the development of theatre in Flanders and the Netherlands. Together with Jan Fabre he founded Aisthesis, a research centre on the representation of the body in theatre today. Works as a freelance dramaturge for Jan Fabre (Tannhäuser, Requiem für eine Metamorphose). Together with Louise Chardon he founded the theatre company AndWhatBesidesDeath.

Grzegorz Niziołek is a critic and Professor at the Jagiellonian University and the Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts in Krakow. He was one of the founders and editors in chief of Gazeta Teatralna "Didaskalia". From 2004 to 2007 he worked as a literary manager in Stary Teatr, Krakow. At present, he is the artistic director of the Dialogue of Four Cultures Festival, Łódź. He has published the following books: Sobowtór i Utopia. Teatr Krystiana Lupy (The Double and Utopia. The Theatre of Krystian Lupa, 1997); Sny, komedie, medytacje (Dreams, Comedies, Meditations, 2000); Ciało i słowo. Szkice o teatrze Tadeusza Różewicza (The Body and the Word. Eassays about Tadeusz Różewicz's Theatre, 2004) and Warliowski.Extra ecclesiam (2008).

Paweł Sztarbowski is a theatre commentator contributing to the magazine Notatnik Teatralny and the daily paper Metro. Currently working for his doctor's degree at the Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN). He is a staff member of the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute.