Michaela H. Pašteková / Photography and theater: languages that understand each other
We cordially invite you to a lecture by Michaela Paštekova from the series "V OBRAZE", which will guide you through all the necessary information from the world of contemporary art. The event will take place live in the premises of the DOT gallery and at the same time from the comfort of your home via a live stream via our Facebook account. Free entry.
Jurkovičova tepláreň, Bottova 1, Bratislava, Slovakia
October 18, 2023, 6 p.m.
- Free entry
- Moderated by: Jana Babušiaková
Facebook event (+ stream)
Michaela H. Pašteková was once devoted to the theory of photography. In recent years, he mainly writes about contemporary dance and theater. In his lecture, he will therefore try to connect both disciplines. The starting point will be the genre of theater photography, which shows bodies as fixed points and frozen gestures, but can influence the interpretation of the documented production and allows us to enter theater performances differently. Using concrete examples, the lecture will try to demonstrate what happens when two seemingly different artistic languages intersect - how do they react to each other and influence each other?
Michaela H. Pašteková
studied aesthetics at the Faculty of Arts of the Charles University in Bratislava. In 2011, she defended her dissertation at the Department of Art Theory and History of the University of Applied Sciences in Bratislava, where until August 2022 she led seminars and lectures focused on the theory of photography, aesthetics and the theory of consumer culture. She was the curator of several photography exhibitions, actively devoted herself to writing about the photographic image and its transformations under the influence of the Internet and social networks. Since 2018, he has been part of the dramaturgical-production team of the Kiosk dance and theater festival, thanks to which he has been writing more about contemporary dance, movement theater and dance performance in recent years. She is the president of the Slovak Association for Aesthetics and also a member of the band Srnka.