[dance-tech] ARTAUD FORUM 2

  • From: Johannes Birringer <Johannes.Birringer@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "dance-tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <dance-tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2013 18:59:10 +0000

Dear colleagues,

Registration for Theatre & Resonant Politics (Artaud Forum 3) on 23-24 March 
2013 is now open online at the following link: 
http://artaudforum3.eventbrite.com/.

This two day symposium on Theatre, Bodies and Politics brings together 
researchers and artists for a series of paper panels, physical theatre 
workshops, performances and keynote speeches from Prof. Jon McKenzie 
(University of Wisconsin) and Dr Sophie Nield (Royal Holloway, University of 
London)

Please see the description of the event below:

The Centre for Contemporary and Digital Performance at Antonin Artaud 
Performance Centre Brunel University, London  ARTAUD FORUM 3: Theatre and 
Resonant Politics International Conference-Workshop on Theatre Praxis Saturday 
March 23 - Sunday March 24 2013
A two-day conference on theatre, the body, and politics, held at Brunel 
University’s Antonin Artaud Performance Centre.
 ‘Theatre and Resonant Politics’ examines theatre as a site of disciplining 
bodies towards participation in political regimes – as well as a site in which 
bodies, resonating with each other, might resist. Recent political events 
including the ‘Arab Spring’ and the Occupy movement around the world 
demonstrate the power and relevance of resonant politics. The sympathetic 
reverberations of these movements show a sense of commonality that does not 
rely on identification with political parties, leaders or ideologies. Rather, 
such events are instances of large-scale corporeal resonance — a sympathetic 
vibration between the bodies amassed in the public square, the park, the 
occupied lecture room, across networks. 
 Through the lens of corporeal/bodily resonance this symposium-workshop opens 
up questions of performance training, spectatorship and affect. The event 
features practical workshops, performances, paper panels, roundtable 
discussions, and keynote presentations. It brings together international 
theatre, dance, performance and sound artists, musicians, digital artists, 
theorists and researchers engaged in creative practices that reflect on major 
innovative performance traditions of the past century and their impact on 
current performance knowledge & physical techniques.

 Curated and organised by Johannes Birringer and Broderick Chow

Keynote Speeches from:
 Jon McKenzie (University of Wisconsin): ‘Remediating Performances’
 &
 Sophie Nield (Royal Holloway, University of London): 'Resonance and 
Representation: Playing the People in the Public Sphere'
 Physical Theatre Labs with:
The Dangerologists (Broderick Chow & Tom Wells): Wrestling and Corporeal 
Resonance – Politics Between Bodies
 &
 Joumana Mourad / IJAD Dance Company: Turning Social Media into Creative Media

Performances and Installations by:
Luis C. Sotelo-Castro: A Citizenship Ceremony with a difference... performative 
archaeology of Colombian migration into London
The Dangerologists: Untitled (Work-in-progress)
 Jon McKenzie: The Revelations of Dr. Kx4l3ndj3r (Video)
Joumana Mourad/IJAD Dance Company: In-Finite (Video)

Paper Presentations by:  Ava Ansari/Vasilios Arabos/Yvon Bonenfant/Stephen 
Bottoms/Marios Chatziprokopiou/Victoria Gray/Anwen Jones/Eve Katsouraki/Carl 
Lavery/Lynne McCarthy/Jochem Naafs/Andrew Quitmeyer
See full schedule on: http://people.brunel.ac.uk/dap/artaudforum.html

This event is sponsored by the Centre for Contemporary and Digital Performance 
and supported by the Brunel School of Arts and Brunel University Graduate 
School.
Prices above include catered lunches and dinner buffet on 23 March. Concessions 
available.

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prices are:

£70 Two-Day (Waged)
£35 Two-Day (Students/Unwaged)
£35 One-Day (Waged)
£20 One-Day (Students/Unwaged)

And the fee includes lunch/buffet dinner on 23 March and coffee/tea. 

Hotel accommodation at Brunel's very nice Lancaster Suites at a discounted rate 
of 67 GBP (Double) and 54 GBP (Single) including breakfast are also bookable on 
the website. NB: due to the popularity of the hotel rooms year round, 
unfortunately booking for the rooms only will close soon. Conference 
registration will stay open.

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Prof. Johannes Birringer
Director, Center for Contemporary and Digital Performance
School of Arts 
Brunel University
West London 
UB8 3PH   UK
+44  (0)1895 267 343  (office)
http://people.brunel.ac.uk/dap/condip.html

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