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PhD-student: Tanja Hylling Diers

Who Cares? – Expanding dramaturgy into an embodied practice of caring and listening

Tanja Hylling Diers

The aim with this research project is to produce knowledge that can contribute to a deeper understanding of how we as artists in the performing arts can work with diverse groups of people, especially vulnerable groups on the margins of society who often have no voice to express opinions and experiences. My main interest is how to develop my dramaturgical practice through  practices such as deep listening, care-full listening and slow listening, as well as curatorial strategies in a deep, slow and ethically-conscious development process.

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person covered in white paint
Stille Slag, Østerbro Teater. Photo: Søren Meisner
person covered in white paint
Stille Slag, Østerbro Teater. Photo: Søren Meisner
two persons leaning towards each other.
Stille Slag, Østerbro Teater. Photo: Søren Meisner
two persons holding each other
Stille Slag, Østerbro Teater. Photo: Søren Meisner
person on stage
Stille Slag, Østerbro Teater. Photo: Søren Meisner