Study trip to Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space

In June a group of students and researchers from Performance Design went to Prague to visit the Prague Quedrennial that presents works by artists, professionals and students from all over the world. Since 1967 PQ has been an event dedicated to scenography and design for performance though exhibitions, festivals, workshops, performances and educational events.

Some of the performances we saw was a mushroom performance, a site specific dance choreography in an old 6 storey building and several performance lectures by researchers in performance design and space. Also we had time to sozialising and enjoy beers and food in the the city of Prague.


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Kristine Samson

Associate professor at Performance Design, Roskilde University. I teach Performative urbanism, and Performance Design as Situated Practices. Urban researcher, activist and aesthetic consumer interested in transforming the city for the common good.

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