Philip Auslander is a scholar and researcher in many different fields crossing various arts and disciplines. His primary research interest is in performance, especially in relation to art, music, media, and technology. He has written on aesthetic and cultural performances as diverse as theatre, film acting, performance art, music, stand-up comedy, robotic performance and courtroom procedures. He teaches at the The Georgia Institute of Technology various subjects ranging from Radio, History of Performance Studies, Music as performance, Screen Acting (as he is also a working screen actor). He is editor of the website The Art Section.
Philip Auslander is editor of “The Art Section” (https://www.theartsection.com/) . He is author of 7 books and two of them have a special connection with the theatre: “From Acting to Performance: Essays in Modernism and Postmodernism” (1999) and “Liveness: Performance in a Mediatized Culture” which so far has had two editions (1999, 2008) and a third one is coming soon.
The talk is moderated by:
Assoc. Prof. Asen Terziev – theatrologist and lecturer of “History of European Theatre at the National Academy of Theatre & Film Arts (NATFA), theatre critic with over 150 publications. Author of two monographs: “Theatricality – The Language of Performance” (2012) and “The Drama and English Romanticism – Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley” (2019). Member of the editorial board of “Homo Ludens” journal.
Angelina Georgieva (PhD) – theatrologist and lecturer of “Contemporary Dance and Performance” and “Theatre Journalism and Internet” at the National Academy of Theatre & Film Arts (NATFA). Editor-in-chief of “Dance Magazine (dancemag.eu). Member of the editorial board of “Homo Ludens” journal.
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