We live in a world and in a time traversed by traumatic personal and social experiences. What forms and tools do art and artists can propose today to overcome both personally and collectively these invisible wounds? A reflection on artistic works and aesthetic forms of dialogue with our intimate and social history. Aimed at: artists, therapists, educators and the public interested in the contribution that art makes today to the social bond.
Featuring: Pablo Gershanik is an actor, director, and professor. A graduate of the École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq, he has been an actor touring internationally for Cirque Éloize (Canada), Compagnie Philippe Genty (France), Compagnia Finzi Pasca (Switzerland/Canada) and has directed theatre and co-directed one of 7 doigts de la main Fibonacci projects. He has taught physical theatre, clown and object theatre for more than 20 years in Mexico, Argentina, and France. At the National University of San Martín in Buenos Aires, he created and has been directing the Specialization in Performance and Interpretation with Masks. He is currently an artist affiliated with Centre Quatre Paris and the Cité international des arts de Paris.
Hosting: CISSC keynote (this is primarily a CISSC event as it will be part of a series they are presenting), 4th Space
Translation: This event will be live translated into Spanish by the Acts of Listening Lab
Accessibility: Public event/ Free
Registration: Register in advance for this event