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Norberto Llopis Segarra

There Is No Creative Act

Lecture performance
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Belgian premiere
Spoken in English, no subtitles

During this performance doors stay open

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No hay acto creativo

There Is No Creative Act straddles the line between a lecture and a performance. Using archival material, combined with movements, text, and the use of certain objects, Norberto Llopis Segarra tries to frame his artistic practice. He starts from the opposition between Operation and Action, whereby an Operation is conceived as a procedure that allows us to react to a situation, destabilise and deconstruct it.

Norberto Llopis Segarra works at the intersection of dance and philosophy. He initially trained as a dancer and choreographer at the Institut del Teatre in Valencia, and later pursued a master’s degree in performing arts at DasArts, AHK Amsterdam. Alongside his artistic practice, he received education in philosophy. In his work, Llopis Segarra searches for the relationships between space, human, and object. His artistic and writing practice ranges from choreographic works to installations, curatorial contexts, essays on artistic practices, and performative lectures. In his recent works, he explores the concept of “operation” in relation to performativity in both artistic and thought processes.


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Text and performance Norberto Llopis Segarra Photography Miguel Lorenzo

The performative lecture There is No Creative Act originates from an invitation by the APDCV to participate in Motors de Creació, a mediation context hosted by the IVAM museum (Valencia) and the Hort Art space (Faura), focusing on creative processes.

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