[dance-tech] Research Performances/Seminars at Brunel - 2007

  • From: "Sue Broadhurst" <susan.broadhurst@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2006 19:36:12 -0000

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Brunel University 

**Research Performances/Seminars**

All seminars to be held in GB117 unless otherwise stated between 1-2pm on 
Wednesday

 

 

January  24            Olu Taiwo - Lecturer of Performing Arts, Winchester

'INTERFACING WITH MY INTERFACE: Dimensionality in Artistic Representation'

Venue: GB048

 

January  31          Josephine Machon - Programme Director for Physical Theatre 
and  Lecturer in Drama & Performance Studies at St. Mary's College, University 
of Surrey, West London

'space and the senses: the (syn)aesthetics of Punchdrunk's site-sympathetic 
work'   

 

February 7           Tracey Warr - . Independent Writer and Curator, Researcher 
in Art and Social Contexts at Glasgow School of Art. 

'Being Human: Beyond postmodernism, is there a new humanism in
contemporary arts practices - especially those that are body-based?' 

 

February 14          David Plans Casal, Digital Technologist, Brunel 
'Frankenstenian methods for improvised soundscapes'

Venue: GB048

 

February 21         Rachel Fensham - Research Professor in the Department of 
Dance Studies, University of Surrey

'C.O.R.R.U.P.T.E.D. 2: Dance and electronic noise'

 

February 28         Rudolfo Quintas and Tiago Dionísio - SWAP Project: 
Interactive Audiovisual Performances and Installations, Portugal

'The Augmented Body: Extratemporality and Radical Gesture'

Venue: GB048

 

March 7               Ghislaine Boddington and Armand Terruli - Bodydataspace, 
London

 'Is it real or is it telematics? the use of body interactivity in architecture 
and public space'

 

March 14             Kira O'Reilly -  Independent UK Live Artist

'Marsyas - running out of skin: An account of making and unmaking, how to have 
a body, from the integral to the cellular and back again - almost'

 

March  21            Helen Gilbert - Professor of Theatre, Royal Holloway, 
University of London
'Shared Stages: Orangutan Performance and the Species Boundary'

 

March 28               Andrew Bucksbarg, Assistant Professor, Department of 
Telecommunications, Indiana University

'VJ Practices'


Brunel's School of Arts on-line Journal: 
**Body, Space & Technology** 
<http://www.brunel.ac.uk/bst/> 

Dr Sue Broadhurst,
Reader in Drama and Technology, 
Head of Drama,
School of Arts, 
Brunel University, 
West London, 
UB8 3PH, UK 
Direct Line:+44(0)1895 266588
Extension: 66588
Fax: +44(0)1895 269768
Email: susan.broadhurst@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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