The Projects
Being and Imagining
Circus Dialogues

Open Letters
#1 The Need to Redefine
#2 The Myth Called Circus
Encounter #1
Details and Format
Relay Interviews
Encounter #2
Details and Format
Relay Interviews
Negotiating Distance
Is there a way out of here?
Thoughts & Articles
Always / Beautiful


Being and Imagining
Circus Dialogues

Agamben, G. (2009). What is an Apparatus. In: “What is an Apparatus?” and other essays. Translated into English by: David Kishik and Stefan Pedatella. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Arendt. H. (1985). What is Freedom?. In: Between Past and Future: Eight Exercises in Political Thought. Harmondsworth: Penguin books.

Bennett, J. (2010). ‘The Agency of the Assemblages’. In: Vibrant Matter: A political ecology of things. Durham: Duke University Press, pp. 20-38.

Bleeker, M. (2015). Thinking No-One’s Thought. In: Hansen P., Calison D. (Eds). Dance Dramaturgy: New World Choreographies. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 67-83.

Braidotti, R. (2013). The Posthuman. Cambridge/New York: Polity Press.

Deleuze, G. & Guattari, F. (1980 [1987]). 6. November 28, 1947: How Do You Make Yourself a Body without Organs? In: A Thousand Plateaus. Translated into English by Brian Massumi. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, pp. 149-166.

Federici, S. (1998). ‘The Great Caliban’. In Caliban and the Witch. Brooklyn: Autonomedia, pp. 133-162.

Glissant, E. (1997 [1990]). ‘For Opacity’. In Poetics of Relation. Trans. B. Wing. Ann Arbour: University of Michigan Press , pp. 189-194.

Haegens, K. (2016). Niemands slaaf: Verlangen naar de innerlijke grens. De Groene Amsterdammer, Jrg. 140(12), Online version: https://www.groene.nl/artikel/niemands-slaaf.

Hewitt, A. (2005). Social Choreography: Ideology as Performance in Dance and Everyday Movement. Durham: Duke University Press.

Institute of Contemporary Arts London (28 April 2015). Artists what is your value? Jan Verwoert on Seduction Value and Metabolism [Video file]. Consulted on 22 January 2019, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n15_Lr4gEko

Kann, S. (2017). Open Letter to the Circus # 3: Who gets to build the future?. Gent: KASK.

Lepecki, A. (2013). ‘Choreopolice and Choreopolitics or The task of the Dancer’. The Drama Review, 57:4, Winter 2013, New York University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, pp. 13-28.

Lievens, B. (2015). Open Letter to the Circus # 1: The need to redefine. Gent: KASK.

Lievens, B. (2016). Open Letter to the Circus # 2: The myth called circus. Gent: KASK.

Marsh, J. (Director). (2008). Man on Wire. [DVD].

McKenzie, J. (2001).The Efficacy of Cultural Performance. In: Perform or Else: From Discipline to Performance. New York: Routledge, pp. 29-54.

Mignolo, W. D (2010). Epistemic Disobedience, Independent Thought and Decolonial Freedom. Theory, Culture & Society, Jrg. 26(7-8), pp. 159-181.

Morton, T. ‘The Age of Asymmetry’. In Hyperobjects: Philosophy and Ecology After the End of the World. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, pp. 159-178.

Puig de la Bellacasa, M. (2012). Nothing Comes Without Its World: Thinking with Care. The Sociological Review, Jrg. 60(2), pp 197–216.

Rotman, B. (2002). Corporeal or Gesturo-haptic Writing. Configurations, Jrg. 10(3), pp. 423-438.

van der Hoeven, R. (2018). Werk is niet alleen een loonstrook. De Groene Amsterdammer. Jrg. 142(44-45), Online Version: https://www.groene.nl/artikel/werk-is-niet-alleen-een-loonstrook.

Verwoert, J. (2017). ‘How would I know how to say what I do?’. In No new kind of duck. Zurich: Diaphanes, pp. 13-36.

Virno, P. (2002). A Grammar of the Multitude. Translated into English by Isabella Bertoletti, James Cascaito and Andrea Casson. Los Angeles: Semiotext(e).

circusdialogue@gmail.com || Facebook