|The FWF funded project “Artist Philosophers. Philosophy as Arts-Based-Research“ and Tanzquartier Wien are joining forces to
investigate emerging interdisciplinary connections between philosophy and the arts.
Over the course of four days, more than
60 philosophers and artists will come together at Tanzquartier to explore whether the arts in connection with philosophy can
constitute a laboratory for the future. Nietzsche envisioned a fusion of the resistant forces of both disciplines as a “foreplay
of a philosophy of the future” which was to bring about a new, active concept of thinking: an active thinking of the untimely,
that is, “acting in a non-present fashion, therefore against time and even on time, in favour [...] of a time to come”. (Deleuze,
Nietzsche and Philosophy)
With contributions by Bernadette Anzengruber, Daniel Aschwanden, Paolo de Assis, Manora Auersperg, Jens Badura, Arno Böhler,
Milli Bitterli, Kristof van Boven, Laura Cull, Tess Denman Cleaver, Karlheinz Essl, Nikolaus Gansterer, Volker Gerhardt, Susanne
Valerie Granzer, Franz Hautzinger, Richard Heinrich, Agnes Heginger, Hans Hoffer, Saskia Hölbling, Jörg Holkenbrink (Theater
der Versammlung Bremen), Marie Jung, Corinna Kirchhoff, Barbara Kraus, Alice Lagaay, Erin Manning, Brian Massumi, Anna Mendelssohn,
Dieter Mersch, Wolfgang Michael, Wolfgang Mitterer, Graham Parkes, Helen Parkes, Philosophy Unbound, Frans Poelstra, Martin
Puchner, Hester Reeve, Robert Schnepf, Michael Schwab, Peter Stamer, Sublin/mes. Philosophieren von unten, Rainer Totzke,
Tanja Traxler, Violetta L. Waibel, Simone Weißenfels, Frank Willens, Martin Wuttke, Diana María Acevedo Zapata, Conny Zenk.
Curated by Arno Böhler and Susanne Valerie Granzer.