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Åpent Forum 19.11.2012: Marco Demian Vitanza on Text, Theft, and Territories

Åpent Forum 19.11.2012: Marco Demian Vitanza on Text, Theft, and Territories

WHAT IS A Capitalist dramaturgy / / / The Politics of THE UNKNOWN / / / BIRTH OF THE MULTI vaginal READER / / / TEXT AS TECHNOLOGY / / / Archeology MINE FIELDS AND NAKED NESS / / / TEXT AS A DETERRITORIALIZING DEVICE / / / ANTI-narrative / / / Berlusconi AND HIS YOUNG SLUTS / / / TROJAN HORSES OF RETHORICS / / / pedophilia, PIRATES AND PARENT HOOD / / / TEXT AND THE OTHER / / / GENERAL INTELLECT LOOKING FOR A BODY / / / bureaucratic VIOLENCE / / / ENDGAME AND END TIMES / / / BODIES, VOICES AND WHALES

Tid: Mandag 19. november 2012 kl. 19.
Sted: Auditoriet bak resepsjonen. Følg den røde tråden.
Kunstakademiet, Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo, Fossveien 24, Grünerløkka, Oslo.

Marco Demian Vitanza (b. 1983) is a Norwegian-Italian writer and performing artist. He debuted in 2011 with his novel, Urak. Most recently, Londinium (2012), written and performed by Vitanza, has premiered at the Black Box Teater in Oslo. Other works include production of Papirløse fortellinger (Paperless stories, 2011) and adaptation of Fuglane (Birds, 1957) by Tarjei Vesaas. Vitanza is also a substitute lecturer at the Academy of Theatre at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts and lives in Oslo.

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I am pressed by my own desire. Press me further, or please let go. Either way, I am to continue until I vanish, and to watch you from afar, with love and pity.

Lifestyles and survival strategies vary from person to person; courage, originated from le coeur (the heart), may be the large muscle that keeps everything alive. This year, Open Forum invites artists, thinkers, believers, politicians, and scientists that have shown resistance against fear, aesthetically and sensibly.

Open Forum is a student initiative, conceived in 1999 at the Oslo Academy of Fine Art, and invites scholars and practitioners from arts and sciences to share their thoughts. Please join us in the auditorium, every Monday at 19.00.

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