Manager / Curator

Curator / Producer
Sept 2017
2nd International Symposium Performance Philosophy School of Athens
National Museum of Contemporary Art, EMST, Athens, Greece

The 2nd International Symposium: Performance Philosophy School of Athens was organized by Performance Philosophy Network in collaboration with National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens (EMST). The symposium included lecture presentations, performance lectures, workshops, video projections and live performances. Presenters from different fields including art theory, dance, performance art, architecture, sculpture and poetry, came together to present their works and research on the subject of ‘Performance Dance’. Some of the questions that were addressed are the following:
In what ways do dance movement and the visual arts intertwine? How do dance images make us think?
How does the relationship between dance movement, visual arts and philosophy benefit or influence these fields?

Presenters: Νina Alexopoulou, Ioanna Angelopoulou, Athanasia Antonaki, Anastasia Brouzioti, Carmen Csilla Medina, Thomas Diafas, Stella Dimitrakopoulou, Nika Furlani, Kai Roland Green, Orianna Haddad, Anna Kalyvi, Sophia Kondylia, Elena Koukoli, Spyros Kouvaras, Kórinna Latèlis, Paris Legakis, Stefania Mylona, Νatasha Papadopoulou, André Rosa, Georgia Sagri, Ben Skinner, Eva Tsagaraki, Fryni Vrettou.

Screenings of video works by: John Badlessari, Dan Graham, Rebecca Horn, Bruce Nauman, Nam June Paik.

Technical Sponsor: CHITOS S.A.

Manager / Facilitator
May 2015
Trinity Laban, London, UK)
Workshop and film shooting with the visual artist Anna Adahl.
'The workshop: This day-long workshop focused on the choreography of the mass ornament/mass choreography, with reference to the Tiller girls and Busby Berkeley´s mass choreographies in Hollywood in the 1930´s. What these choreographies have in common is the calculated, mathematical movements of the body(ies) creating vast geometric patterns. These choreographies emerged from the evolution of the industrial society. Currently being in a post-industrial society, how does this affect our daily body movements and how would mass choreography look like today? Studying the Tiller girls and Berkeley´s choreographies, in the workshop we worked on mass choreographies made by details of the body, i.e legs, arms, hands, as opposed to the whole body, being part of a mechanised factory'.

Sept-Oct 2014
This progress by Tino Sehgal
NEON Organisation
Roman Agora, Athens, Greece

Associate Curator 
Winter season (February to June 2014)
Dance Critical Theory Group
Organised by Dance Art Foundation

Host - Coffee Morning
Discussing Discussions in/as Performance by Trio Collective
14 January 2014
Chisenhale Dance Space, London, UK
Our discussion of Discussion touched on current trends in integrating conversation into performances, in the form of pre-show talks, post-show Q&A’s, etc. as well as the recent emergence of certain conversational formats such as Choreographic Forum, Dance and Critical Theory Group, Coffee Mornings, Groundswell Meetings, etc. in the field of dance. It will aim to unpack ways that discussion can be a mode of production for researching, working, communicating, promoting, rehearsing, bonding, exchanging, and performing. Must we “do?” Can’t we just “talk?” Discuss.
We can talk about all of these things, none of these things, and more.

12 Nov 2013
Performing Text / Reading Performance
An evening of live performance, video and installation works
Pandemic, Bank Street Arts, 32-40 Bank Street, Sheffield, S1 2DS

Trio Collective Presentation & Discussion 
Copenhagen Place Artist's Studios & Gallery
Poplar, London, UK, 2011