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CWPS Faculty Lecture | Malcolm Tulip

After Unica: In Search of the Surreal

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Malcolm Tulip
This talk follows the journey, geographic, intellectual, and imaginative, Malcolm Tulip made to "discover" a script for a theatrical performance. Inspired by the writings and drawings of German Surrealist Unica Zürn (1916-70) he explores the connections of the present and the concrete, with the past, the imagination and the unconscious to create a surrealist co-biography. In New York galleries and on the streets of Paris Tulip sought context for the works of Unica Zürn and connections between Zürn's life and his own.

The Center for World Performance Studies Faculty Lecture Series features our Faculty Fellows and visiting scholars and practitioners in the fields of ethnography and performance. Designed to create an informal and intimate setting for intellectual exchange among students, scholars, and the community, faculty are invited to present their work in an interactive and performative fashion.
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