Les intervenant·e·s de Think Circus vous recommandent…

Découvrez les livres, spectacles ou encore albums que les intervenants de Think Circus! vous recommandent !

Nous avons demandé aux intervenant·e·s de la conférence Think Circus! de nous partager les oeuvres et travaux qui les ont marqués, inspirés ou bouleversés. Découvrez leurs recommandations :

 

Agathe Dumont

  • Magali Sizorn, Trapézistes. Ethnologie d’un cirque en mouvement, PUR, 2013. 
  • Guy Cools, Imaginative Bodies. Dialogues in Performance Practices, Valiz, 2016. 
  • Elsa  Dorlin, Se défendre. Une philosophie de la Violenc, Zones, 2017. 
  • Bojana Kunst, Artist at work. Proximity of art and capitalism, Zero Books, 2015. 
  • Tim Ingolds, L’anthropologie comme éducation, PUR, 2018. 
  • Taru Elfving, Irmeli Kokko, Pascal Gielen, Contemporary Artist. Reclaiming Time and Space, Valiz, 2019. 
  • Noam Chomsky, On Anarchism, Penguin Book, 2013.
  • Olivier Neveux, Contre le théâtre politique, La fabrique éditions, 2019. 
  • “Écouter LE TRAVAIL. Recherches autour du travail artistique, du quotidien, de la santé et du soin”, website, https://agatheprojetsante.wixsite.com/auquotidien

 

Guillaume Martinet

  • Jacques Rancière,  Le maître ignorant. Cinq leçons sur l’émancipation intellectuelle, Fayard, 1987. 
  • Pierre Bourdieu,  La domination Masculine, Le Seuil, 1998. 
  • Frantz Fanon: L’ensemble de son œuvre !
  • Françoise Vergès: Un féminisme décolonial, La Fabrique éditions, 2019. 
  • Elsa Dorlin (coordination),  FEU :  Abécédaire des féminismes présent, Les éditions Libertalia, 2021. 
  • Casey, Libérez la bête, album de musique, Ladilafé Productions, 2010. 

 

Marion Collé

  • Giorgio Agamben, Qu’est-ce que le contemporain ?, Éditions Payot et Rivage, 2008.
  • Eugène Guillevic, Art poétique, Poésie/Gallimard, 2001.
  • Marielle Macé, Nos cabanes,  Éditions Verdier, 2019. 
  • Georges Didi-Huberman, L’homme qui marchait dans la couleur, Les éditions de Minuit, 2001.

 

Marion Guyez 

  • Mabel E. Todd, Le Corps pensant, Bruxelles, Contredanse, 2012. 
  • Camille Louis, (2021), « Agir en dramaturge », L’Extension, recherche&création, https://percees.uqam.ca/fr/le-vivarium/agir-en-dramaturge
  • Dianne Scott, Ruine. Invention d’un objet critique, Paris, Éditions Amsterdam, 2019.
  • Itziar Ziga, Devenir chienne, Paris, Ed. Cambourakis, 2020.
  • Léonora Miano, Rouge impératrice, Grasset, 2019.
  • Anne Gonon, Tout ouïe. La création musicale et sonore en espace public, Montpellier, L’Entretemps, 2016.
  • Claire GUIU, Guillaume FABUREL, Marie-Madeleine MERVANT-ROUX, Henry TORGUE, Henry WOLOSZYN, Soundspaces. Espaces, expériences et politiques du sonore, Rennes, Presses Universitaire de Rennes, 2014.
  • À la recherche d’une autre acrobatie, carnet Hypothèse : https://uneautreacro.hypotheses.org/ 

 

Darragh McLoughlin

  • James P. Carse, Finite and infinite Games, Mass Market Paperback, 1987. 
  • Daniel Kahneman, Thinking Fast and Slow,  Penguin books, 1st edition 2012. 
  • George Cockcroft a.k.a Luke Rhinehart, The Dice Man, Harper & Collins, 1st edition 1971. 
  • Haruki Murakami, After Dark, Ballantine books, 2008. 
  • Liu Cixin, The Dark Forest, Head of Zeus, 2015. 
  • George Orwell, Brave New World, 1st edition 1932.  
  • Jonathan Burrows, A Choreographer’s Handbook, 2010

 

Carolyn Watt

  • Carolyn Watt, “Social circus in aerials: Female experience, muscularity, pain and trust”, Theater, Dance and Performance Training, Volume 13, Issue 1, 2022. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19443927.2021.1968025 (journal article)
  • Carolyn Watt, “Social Aerial Circus: Female Experience, Self-perception and Self-representation”, practice-based research website, https://cawatt.wixsite.com/cwattphd (website and videos)
  • Ilaria Bessone. (2017a). Italian ‘Contemporary’ Circus in a Neoliberal Scenario: artistic labour, embodied knowledge, and responsible selfhood. (PhD). University of Turin University of Milan, Italy.
  • Ilaria Bessone. (2017b). Social Circus as an Organised Cultural Encounter Embodied Knowledge, Trust and Creativity at Play. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 38(6), 651-664. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/07256868.2017.1379962 (journal article)
  • Jillian Deri, and Wendy Mendes. 2012. “Doing Pain “Right” the Pleasures of Pain in Aerial Dance.” In Dimensions of Pain: Humanities and Social Science Perspectives, edited by Lisa Folkmarson Käll, 94–106. Oxon: Routledge. (book chapter)
  • Francesca Peschier. (2019). The Extraordinary Bodies of Aerial Circus. Exuent Magazine. Retrieved from http://exeuntmagazine.com/features/extraordinary-bodies-aerial-circus/ (online magazine article)
  • Katrina Carter. 2014. “Suspending Conventions: How ‘Disabled Aerialists’ Are Challenging Aesthetic and Methodological Practices in 21st Century Aerial(Ism).” PhD diss., Royal Holloway University London. (PhD thesis)
  • Helen Thomas. 2003. The Body, Dance and Cultural Theory. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan. (book)
  • Olga Sorzano. (2018a). Circus Between Centre and Periphery: The recognition of the form in 21st Century Britain and Colombia (PhD). City, University of London, London. (PhD thesis)
  • Olga Sorzano. (2018b). Is Social Circus “The Other” of Professional Circus? Performance Matters, 4 (1-1), 116-133. https://performancematters-thejournal.com/index.php/pm/article/view/139 (journal article)
  • Peta Tait. 2005. Circus Bodies: Cultural Identity in Aerial Performance. Oxon: Routledge.(book) https://upswing.org.uk/about-us/ (Upswing, contemporary circus, UK company) 

 

Laura Murphy

Video links:

Reading Links:

  • Sara Jane Bailes, Performance Theatre and the Poetics of Failure, 2010

  • Guy Debord, The Society of the Spectacle, 1967
  • The Famous/Lauren Barri Holstein, ‘Splat!: Death, mess, failure and ‘blue-balling’, 2014

            https://doi.org/10.1080/13528165.2014.928524

 

 

Myrto Petrochilou 

  • Wassily Kandinsky, ‘Concerning the Spiritual in Art’, Nefeli, 1981.
  • Plato, Republic- ‘The Allegory of the Cave’, Kaktos, 1992.
  • Erika Fischer-Lichte, ‘The Transformative Power of Performance. A New Aesthetics’, Routledge, 2008.
  • Buckmister Fuller, ‘Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth’, Editor Jamie Snyder, Lars Muller Publishers, 2008.
  • Robert L.Solso, ‘Cognition and the Visual Arts’, Bradford Books, MIT Press, 1996.
  • Mary Wigman, ‘When The Fire Dances Between The Poles 1886-1973’, short documentary- Dance Horizons Video, distributed by Princeton Book Company
  • [9] film trailer [9]_ XprmntL_ in progress / myrto-petrochilou.com

 

Inbal Ben Haim