André Lepecki

André Lepecki is Full Professor and Chairperson at the Department of Performance Studies at New York University. Editor of several anthologies on dance and performance theory including Of the Presence of the Body (2004), Dance (2012), and Points of Convergence (with Marta Dziewanska, 2015). An independent performance curator, he has created projects for HKW-Berlin, MoMA-Warsaw, MoMA PS1, the Hayward Gallery, Haus der Künst-Munich, Sydney Biennial 2016, among others. Selected lectures include the Gauss Seminar at Princeton University, Brown University, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales - Paris, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Freie Universität - Berlin, Universidade de Lisboa, Roehampton University, University of New South Wales, among many others. Author of Exhausting Dance: performance and the politics of movement (2006, translated into thirteen languages), and of Singularities: dance in the age of performance (2016). AICA-US award “Best Performance” 2008 for co-curating and directing the authorized redoing of Allan Kaprow’s 18 Happenings in 6 Parts (a commission of Haus der Kunst 2006, performed at PERFORMA 07). He worked as a dramaturge in the 1990s with Vera Mantero and Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods, among others.

Past Classes & Events

[Virtual] Dance and echology – towards a resonant antifascism

Mon, Wed & Fri, Aug 2 – Aug 6, 2021

[Virtual] MELT – Three days for collectively reading on movement and power.

Wed & Fri, Aug 7 – Aug 14, 2020