Meeting with Bojana Kunst and Danae Theodoridou

From October 11th to 15th, Greek performer and researcher Danae Theodoridou will launch the cycle explorating the concept of time waste while participating in cultural events. Do you have the feeling that your (worker / researcher / spectator) time dissolves itself, lacking of structure and direction? In a meeting space conceived as a time bank, Bojana Kunst and Danae Theodoridou wants to share ideas about these issues, and receive the audience on appointment (in English).

Danae Theodoridou is a London-based performance maker and researcher. She studied Greek Philology and Linguistics at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece and Acting at the Drama School of the National Theatre of Northern Greece. Danae Theodoridou is a PhD candidate at Roehampton University, London. Her research is practice-led and considers notions and practices of drama and dramaturgy within contemporary theatre and dance practices, mainly by focusing on aspects related to fragmented poetics, voice and authority, representation, theatricality, performative writing and the spectator’s reception. She creates and presents solo and collaborative works and writings in the UK, Greece (with Construction works theatre company of whom she is also a founding member) and elsewhere. Her work has been awarded and supported by important cultural institutions both in UK and Greece, such as: the AHRC, the Theatre of Neos Kosmos, the Greek General Secretariat for Youth and the European Union. At the same time, she has been teaching in a variety of University Departments in London both at undergraduate and postgraduate level. She is also a member of the organizing team of the PSi regional research cluster that takes place in Athens, Greece in November 2011 with the title Re-specting the contemporary: encounters in synchronous time, which focuses on notions of time and contemporaneity. More information about her work can be found at:

Appointments from 11th to 15th of October, 4 pm - 8 pm. Please contact Virginie Bobin to set up a meeting, at and +33 153 561 594