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Dennis Göttel Picture-languages Abbildungen von Stan VanDerBeeks Movie-Drome Photo reality and image involvement simply surround us. It’s so common in our life anyway – old magazines and the graphic et ceteras. [...] You get Life magazine every week, you get a newspaper, you get older. It’s like a movie in a sense. Stan VanDerBeek1 Katalog Im Rahmen der Ausstellung „Projekt Projektion“ im Atelierhaus der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien 20092 findet sich Susanne Miggitschs Arbeit Ohne Titel (2009), bestehend aus drei Dias, die sich in längeren Intervallen

4. Languages and Identities Peter Gilles, Sebastian Seela, Heinz Sieburg, Melanie Wagner 4.1 INTRODUCTION: GERMANIC/ROMANCE DIGLOSSIA In Luxembourg, the phenomenon of multilingualism is an aspect of the historically evolved social reality. Since the Middle Ages, Luxembourg’s location within the overlapping Germanic and Romance zones of contact and mediation has been reflected in a diglossic situation, characterized by the coexistence of German, or its regional variants, and French. The circumstances of Luxembourg’s multilingualism have changed

the language of tahrir Contextualizing the Project: On February 12, 2011, one day after Mubarak was forced to step down, the American University in Cairo re-opened its gates for the spring session to the great dismay of many members of its commu- nity who felt that their daily involvement in the raw, unfolding historic events in Egypt and in Tahrir in particular would be substantially impacted, diverted, perhaps even severed. Fortunately, faculty members were invited to design courses that would address various aspects of the Egyptian revolution and

Building a Common Language Thomas Lehmen in dialogue with Pirkko Husemann Pirkko Husemann: Your two most recent projects, LEHMEN LERNT and LEHMEN MACHT, addressed issues of learning and teaching. As a result, you’ve received a number of invitations to participate in conferences and symposia on topics relating to dance and cultural education. How do these topics relate to your own work as an artist? Thomas Lehmen: One of my interests is the potential inherent in all people. My basic assumption is that everyone has something to teach someone else. My goal in

Gendering/Queering the Language Classroom Gender und Queer Studies als Herausforderung für das schulische Fremdsprachenlernen ANDREA GUTENBERG Die allumfassende und lebensbestimmende Wirkung von gender als Variable unserer Identitätsentwürfe hat Helene Decke-Cornill wie folgt auf den Punkt ge- bracht: »Geschlecht ist eine dichotomisierende Kategorie, die die Existenz und Selbst- und Fremdwahrnehmung von Menschen so fundamental, so von Anfang an und unausweich- lich prägt wie keine zweite. Ihre Reichweite ist so substanziell, dass eine

elaboration of language in relation to the location of the re- search, be it in the field or the place in which it is displayed (lab- oratories, academic events, symposia). The cartographic research presented here is therefore produced in situ, in the presence of people, with different degrees of participation, depending on the contingency of this sensitive situation. Thus, the cartography is used as a means of creating links between researchers and partici- pants in places where these are constructed. Marrakech: Retroactive Fieldwork The sensitive maps that are

Spontaneity in Dance: Language Matters1 JOÃO DA SILVA In this essay I will briefly locate and articulate what in the last 25 years has come to be known by some dancers, dance teachers and choreographers inspired by the work and ideas of Mary O’Donnell (Fulkerson)2 as ‘Open-Form Composition’3 1 This essay is partly based on chapters 1 and 2 of my master thesis (cf. da Silva 2010). 2 Mary O’Donnell (Fulkerson), MFA, University of Illinois, Urbana and fellow of Dartington College of Arts, teaches

Natural Language Processing in Arts Management MARK CIELIEBAK1, FERNANDO BENITES2, LARA LEUSCHEN3, MICHAELA HNIZDA4, DIANA BETZLER5*1 1 Institute of Applied Information Technologies, Zurich University of Applied Sciences and SpinningBytes AG, Winterthur 2 Institute of Applied Information Technologies, Zurich University of Applied Sciences 3 Center for Arts Management, Zurich University of Applied Sciences 4 SpinningBytes AG, Winterthur 5 Diana Betzler, Center for Arts Management, Zurich University of Applied Sciences Abstract Natural Language Processing