Hypatia Vourloumis

 

Hypatia Vourloumis is a performance theorist working across experimental writing, anticolonial, feminist, critical race theory, and queer studies; music, poetics, philosophies of language; sound studies and popular culture. She received her Ph.D in performance studies at New York University, conducted postdoctoral research at the Interweaving Performance Cultures Research Centre at Free University in Berlin (2012-14), and was a 2016 fellow at the Research Center for the Humanities in Athens. She is co-editor of the Performance Research journal On Institutions and has published in journals, art catalogues and edited volumes including Women & Performance, Ephemera, and Theatre Journal. She is the author, with Sandra Ruiz, of Formless Formation: Vignettes for the End of this World (Minor Compositions, 2021), and currently working on Paralinguistic Insurgencies, a monograph on postcolonial Indonesian performance, and a book on minor contemporary Greek art entitled Bad Athena

 

Hypatia Vourloumis for DAI:

2021-2022 (non)Performance & (non)Performativity: Archives, Experiments, Stakes

2020-2021 Writing Sound/Sound Writing: Resonating Materialities II

2019-2020 Sound (un)Bound: Resonating Materialities

2018-2019  Xenogenesis: Critical Theory and Science Fiction

2017-2018  Paraontology and the Contemporary

2016 Art, Struggle, and the City: Athens and Istanbul ~ ROAMING ASSEMBLY #7 curated by Hypatia Vourloumis

2016  intraACTION transCOLONIALISM ~ ROAMING ASSEMBLY #6  ~ co-curated between Mirwan Andan and Hypatia Vourloumis