Gaia Clotilde Chernetich is a dance scholar, dramaturg and writer.
In 2017 she completed a European PhD in Arts, with a specialization in Dance, at the University Côte d’Azur (France) and in Humanities at the University of Parma (Italy).
The focus of her study is the transmission of knowledge and the uses of memory in the contemporary dance culture. Her studies and published writings deal with the epistemology of contemporary dance, oral history, and dramaturgy.
As a dance dramaturg she works internationally accompanying artists and choreographers in the development of their creative processes and in the finalization of staged, participatory, and site-specific performances. As a writer she collaborates with magazines and publications specialized in the contemporary culture of the performing arts.
artefactsMaterial / Immaterial
artefactsKinesthesia / Embodiment
artefactsBlack Box / White Cube
artefactsAuthorship / Copyright
artefactsDancing Museums Glossary
artefactsDossier on the theme of Dance and Museum
artefactsResearching Dancing Museums. Traces of the international research seminar held at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice #3
artefactsResearching Dancing Museums. Traces of the international research seminar held at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice #2