1. Doctoral students

    1. K.G. Guttman

      1. Research summary

      2. Territoriality and Choreography in Site-Specific Practice

        k.g. Guttman’s research project examines the site-specific event within the field of installation art and choreographic practices. As a performing artist, an experimental and performative use of Guttman's own bodily presence embedded within a site is central to her research.

       
      1. Biography

      2. k.g. Guttman (1975, CA) is an artist, teacher and choreographer based in Montreal and currently living in Amsterdam. Her research, funded through the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), considers relationships between mapping, choreography, and site-specific interventions. Her art work has been screened, performed, collected and exhibited nationally and internationally through institutions such as  Mediamatic, Amsterdam,  Palais de Tokyo and Galerie Khiasma, Paris,  Ottawa Art Gallery, Galerie LaCentrale, Montreal, Visualeyez Festival, and the Canada Dance Festival.

        Her artist publication Elapse I & II, designed by Arcioli and Schrader, was launched at Art Metropole, Toronto and Galerie LaCentrale, Montreal, and is in the collection of the Library and Archives of the National Gallery of Canada.

        k.g. was a dance company member of LeGroupe Dance Lab from 1999-2004, under the direction of Peter Boneham.  From 2008-2013, k.g. Guttman was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Contemporary Dance at Concordia University, Montreal.  

       
      1. Individual projects

        1. 2017

            1. Licking_s
            2. Each image needs a guest
            3. 24 May 2017
            4. On the occasion of Session 15, k.g. Guttman will give a lecture performance drawing from her works ranging from the most recent one, ‘I asked the audience to close one eye’ (2016), to an early project ‘Elapse I & II’ (2006). 

            5. Dazibao, Montreal (CA)
            6. www.en.dazibao.org
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            1. 2016-07-11 08.36.49_2 copy
            2. Close Readings
            3. 14 January – 25 February 2017
            4. k.g. Guttman takes part is the group exhibition Close Readings at GAllery TPW curated by Alison Cooley.

            5. Gallery TPW, Toronto (CA)
            6. gallerytpw.ca
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        2. 2016

            1. Stéphane Gilot-Le catalogue des futurs.
            2. 19 February – 4 September 2016
            3. In May, 2016, k.g. Guttman performs at the Musée d'art de Joliette as part of the exhibition 'Stéphane Gilot – Le catalogue des futurs'. 

            4. 145, rue du Père-Wilfrid-Corbeil Joliette, Québec (CA)
            5. www.museejoliette.org
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        3. 2015

            1. 2015-10-02-viva_guttman-041
            2. Surface Rising II
            3. 12 – 16 November 2015
            4. This performance conceived by k.g. Guttman and curated by Klupko, is an accompaniment through a private home that is not Guttman's own. 

            5. https:
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            1. 2015-07-01 15.05.19xx
            2. Surface Rising
            3. 7 – 10 October 2015
            4. k.g. Guttman contributes to the VIVA Art Action Performance festival with the work 'Surface Rising'. 

            5. Montreal (CA)
            6. vivamontreal.org
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            1. Conversation
            2. 21 May 2015
            3. K.G. Guttman’s article entitled ‘Conversation’ appears in La Centrale’s most recent publication ‘Feminist Impact on Contemporary Art, La Centrale at 40 !!/L’impact féministe sur l’art actuel, La Centrale à 40 ans !!’. 

            4. Montréal (CA)
            5. www.lacentrale.org
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        4. 2014

            1. Symposium Publishing as Performance
            2. 25 April 2014
            3. Curated by Delphine Bedel and k.g. Guttmann for PhDArts. Lectures, workshops and performance, with Information as Material/Simon Morris, Eva Weinmayr/AND Publishing and Sarah van Lamsweerde

            4. Den Haag
            5. www.phdarts.eu
            1. Edgy Redux Colloquium
            2. 8 March 2014
            3. K.G. Guttman will give a performance and present her research on transitions in performance.

            4. Studio 303, Montreal (CA)
        5. 2013

            1. Time Forms/Temps Temporelles
            2. 18 – 21 September 2013
            3. K.G. Guttman shows the installation 'The Night Forever Unfinished' and speaks on the panel 'Enduring Bodies'.

            4. McGill University, Montreal (CA)
            5. timefor.ms
       


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