QAS–DUBLIN, May 12-13, 2016

The first session of QAS-Dublin, comprising an iteration of  Tino Sehgal’s This Situation and Sufi Whirling (Leaders: Descha Daemgen and Naïma Ferré, respectively), was not video recorded. However, the first panel below is a discussion of these two events.

Panel 1: Transformations in Situations–Moving Minds in Bodies
Declan Long (chair), Descha Daemgen, Katalin Makkai, Naïma Ferré


Panel 2: Art as Act, as Reparation, as Transformation
Maeve Cooke (chair), Ciaran Benson, Katherine O’DonnellAnita Chari


Panel 3: Moving Together – in Situations
Francis Halsall (Chair), Fred CumminsJoe Dunne, John McGuire


Panel 4: Aesthetic Spaces and Practices – of Normalization and Critique
Michael Kelly (Chair), Dorothea von Hantelmann, Ruth Sonderegger, Danielle Petherbridge

Panel 5: The Power of Art Works – Perception, Judgment, Agency
Maeve Cooke (Chair), Tim Mooney, Carmen Dege, Jonathan Owen Clark


Panel 6: Experiencing Art – Attunement, Shock, Estrangement
Francis Halsall (Chair), Rita Felski, Brian O’Connor, David Roden


Panel 7: Aesthetic Representation – and Beyond
Tom Stott (Chair), Caitríona Leahy, Annie Hanlon, Francis Halsall