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performingborders is a platform that explores the relations between the notion of border and live art. The ‘performingborders. conversation on live art | crossing | europe' project is disseminated as an interview-based research-blog and series of related events and writing commissions which interrogate the practices of performers that are responding to the challenging notion of contemporary borders and the shifting concept of Europe.

From February 2016, each month the blog publishes an interview with a live artist, academic, thinker or art professional, as a way to explore the debate on what the contemporary meaning of ‘border’ in live art is, how live artists are addressing this issue within Europe, and how the curatorial tool of the interview can be challenged. The multi- media interviews take a discursive and conversational approach in order to delve into the boundaries of the ever-developing notion of Europe and its proliferating and increasingly heterogeneous borders.

Images credits: Human Chain, 2016. Image by Lucia Palmero

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performingborders is a platform that explores the relations between the notion of border and live art. The ‘performingborders. conversation on live art | crossing | europe' project is disseminated as an interview-based research-blog and series of related events and writing commissions which interrogate the practices of performers that are responding to the challenging notion of contemporary borders and the shifting concept of Europe.

From February 2016, each month the blog publishes an interview with a live artist, academic, thinker or art professional, as a way to explore the debate on what the contemporary meaning of ‘border’ in live art is, how live artists are addressing this issue within Europe, and how the curatorial tool of the interview can be challenged. The multi- media interviews take a discursive and conversational approach in order to delve into the boundaries of the ever-developing notion of Europe and its proliferating and increasingly heterogeneous borders.

Images credits: Human Chain, 2016. Image by Lucia Palmero

    Guest Post: Alesa Herero | interview with Dr Licia Cianetti

    Guest Post: Alesa Herero | interview with Dr Licia Cianetti

    For more information on performingborders visit performingborders.live (a monthly newsletter and new posts out on 14th of each month)

    Image: Alesa Herero by Bruno Simão

    • 46 min
    queeringborders | Copenhagen Landscapes | Warehouse9

    queeringborders | Copenhagen Landscapes | Warehouse9

    queeringborders | Copenhagen Landscapes | Warehouse9 by performingborders

    • 54 min
    queeringborders | Copenhagen Landscapes | Jupiter Child

    queeringborders | Copenhagen Landscapes | Jupiter Child

    queeringborders | Copenhagen Landscapes | Lasse Lau
    Interview by Xavier de Sousa and André Neely

    • 32 min
    queeringborders | Copenhagen Landscapes | Lasse Lau

    queeringborders | Copenhagen Landscapes | Lasse Lau

    queeringborders | Copenhagen Landscapes | Lasse Lau
    Interview by Xavier de Sousa and André Neely

    • 38 min
    queeringborders | Copenhagen Landscapes | Sara Hamming & Lukas Racky

    queeringborders | Copenhagen Landscapes | Sara Hamming & Lukas Racky

    queeringborders | Copenhagen Landscapes | Sara Hamming & Lukas Racky
    Interview by Xavier de Sousa and Andre Neely

    • 31 min
    Miao Jiaxin 11th May 2019 - ALL THE TEA IN CHINA By Burong (曾不容)

    Miao Jiaxin 11th May 2019 - ALL THE TEA IN CHINA By Burong (曾不容)

    ALL THE TEA IN CHINA BY BURONG (曾不容) | DIGITAL CONVERSATION 2019

    With huge thanks to (in alphabetical order) Franko B (UK/Italy), Alejandro Chellet (Mexico), Richard Dedomenici (UK), Miao Jiaxin (China/US), and VestAndPage (German/Italy).

    READ, LISTEN TO, AND ENJOY BURONG (曾不容)' s COMMISSION HERE: performingborders.live/2019/06/14/al…rsation-2019/

    ALL THE TEA IN CHINA By Burong (曾不容) is a performingborders | LIVE 2019 writing commission supported by the Live Art Development Agency.

    Image credit: Next Performance (Belgrade, 2016) Credit: Tina Maric

    • 11 min

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