baseCollective – Centre for Artistic Research and Arts-Based-Philosophy
In co-operation with the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, the University of Applied Arts Vienna and the University of Vienna (Faculty of Philosophy and Education), the art factory baseCollective (Böhler/Granzer) grants 6 residential scholarships for artistic research and arts-based-philosophy in South-India. Our residency programme addresses artists and philosophers interested in the cross-over of art and philosophy, both, in theory and in practice.
Who are we?
baseCollective is a transdisciplinary research group for artistic research and arts-based philosophy located in Vienna (Austria). It has been co-founded by Arno Böhler and Susanne Valerie Granzer.
Arno Böhler teaches at the University of Vienna, Department of Philosophy and at the University of Applied Arts Vienna in the programme for Cross-Disciplinary-Strategies. Susanne Valerie Granzer is an actress and professor for acting at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Max Reinhardt Seminar. Böhler and Granzer have developed the format of Philosophy On Stage in the last 20 years, which meanwhile became an internationally recognized role model for artistic-research and arts-based philosophy. The method of staging philosophical problems in transdisciplinary field-performances will be a basic approach in our art-laboratory during our 3 months residency-programme.
Call for Applications for 6 Residency Scholarships for Artistic Research // Arts-based-Philosophy is open now! (LINK)
In charge of the concept and heads of the residency programme:
Univ. Prof. Dr. Susanne Valerie Granzer (University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna / Max Reinhardt-Seminar)
Univ.Doz. Dr.habil. Arno Böhler (University of Vienna/Department of Philosophy//University of Applied Arts Vienna)
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Organisers: baseCollective. Philosophy as Artistic Research, Pfeilgasse 8/38, 1080 Vienna
Cooperation partners: University of Music and Performing Arts Graz (KUG), the University of Applied Arts Vienna, the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna (mdw) and the University of Vienna (Faculty of Philosophy and Education).
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