Jeroen Peeters (1976) is an essayist, dramaturg and performer based in Brussels. His experimental writing practice translates itself in essays, artist books, lecture-performances and installations. As a dramaturg, performer, editor and curator, he has collaborated with a great number of people in the field of contemporary dance and beyond. As a critic and researcher, he has published widely on contemporary dance and performance as well as on matters such as spectatorship, ecologies of attention, readership, dramaturgy, embodied knowledge, material literacy and sustainable development.
Since 2020 Peeters is a research fellow at Hasselt University, Faculty of Architecture and Arts, and PXL-MAD School of Arts, where he prepares a PhD in the arts on ‘Conceptual Landscapes: Readership in the Expanded Field’.
This website offers a selection of Peeters’s works since 2009 and functions as a gateway to collaborations documented elsewhere.