This is where we are now

Christine Gaigg (AT) / Eva Illouz (IL) / Peter Stamer (DE)
Panel discussion
Christine Gaigg
Christine Gaigg © Lukas Beck 
Christine Gaigg (AT) / Eva Illouz (IL) / Peter Stamer (DE)
Thu12. 
Apr
Following Maybe the way you made love twenty years ago is the answer?/
TQW Halle G

Due to illness Eva Illouz is unable to participate in the panel discussion This is where we are now. Panellists are Christine Gaigg and Peter Stamer.

 

Following both performances of Maybe the way you made love twenty years ago is the answer? panelists from across different generations, working fields – and opinions – meet and discuss with Christine Gaigg the new framing in which the subject of sex is being negotiated. Moderation: Peter Stamer

In 2011, Israeli sociologist Eva Illouz delineated with analytical precision modern gender relations as being rooted in capitalist market rules in Why love hurts.

Peter Stamer, Vienna/Berlin, is a theatremaker, performer, mentor and author. Latest book publication: How to Collaborate? Questioning Togetherness in the Performing Arts (Passagen 2016).

 

Credits

Concept
Christine Gaigg
Advice
Wolfgang Reiter
Production management
Eva Trötzmüller
 
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