Anouk Hoogendoorn is an artistic researcher, who is currently doing a PhD by Practice with the Centre for Culture and Creativity at Teesside University, UK and the Department of Performing Arts and Film at Zurich University of the Arts, CH. They were formely part of PEERS ’22/’23 (pre-PHD) at Zürich University of the Arts, studied Artistic Research (Research MA) at the University of Amsterdam and Image and Language (BFA) at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. Anouk has a practice that always has an important collaborative and experimental orientation to it. The (spoken) texts, textile works, sketches, movements, and sounds that come out of this practice are moments of processes rather than presentations fixed once and for all. Main interests include radical pedagogies from a process philosophical approach as well as the notions of intimacy and proximity grounded in queer and disability studies.
Supported by the Mondriaan Fonds Emerging Artist Grant 2022-2023