Simon Gröger studied Theater Studies and Philosophy at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich. He graduated in 2017 with a study about the theatrical aesthetics of Michel Foucault’s conceptualization of parrhesia. Since 2017 he is a PhD candidate at the MIMESIS International Doctoral Program at LMU Munich with a thesis about the aesthetics and political dynamics of staging past events in the works of theater director Milo Rau and his company, the International Institute of Political Murder.
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Change Through Repetition Mimesis as a Transformative Principle Between Art and Politics
Art and politics are related through repetition. Both realms are structured by practices of repetition and share a common room of sens(e)uality – aesthetics in the emphatic sense of the word. It is the aesthetics and practices of...
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