[dance-tech] performance research seminar series at Brunel University, West London (UK)

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  • Date: Sun, 12 Oct 2008 22:27:31 +0100


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CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY AND DIGITAL PERFORMANCE
Brunel University, West London/UK
http://people.brunel.ac.uk/dap/condip.html

invites you to 

PERFORMANCE RESEARCH SEMINAR & INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCE  SERIES
autumn 2008


Wednesday,  October 15, 2008
Research Performance Seminar
Gaskell Building 048   Drama Studio 16:oo-17:30 pm

Fahrudin Salihbegovic Nuno
(Brunel University)

"SETLab:  Studio for Electronic Theatre and Transcultural Performance Dialog"



Wednesday,  October 29, 2008
Gaskell Building 048 Drama Studio 16:oo-17:30 pm

PHD  Salon, Research Update

The third PhD postgraduate gathering on "Performing Arts Research" is intended 
to encourage peer-to-peer exchange and reflections on practice-based research. 
We envision a shared process that includes feedback on content, reflection on 
research processes and articulation of individual research questions and 
outcomes, presented by postgraduate researchers in the performing arts and 
adjacent fields.

Coordinator:    Gretchen Schiller




Wednesday,  November 12, 2008
Research  Performance Seminar
GB048      Drama Studio 16:oo-17:30 pm

Visiting Artists Series

(Hellen Sky, Company in  Space, Melbourne, Australia)

"Darker  Edge of Night"
(TBC)



Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Research Performance Seminar
GB048   Drama Studio 16:oo-17:30 pm

Corinne  Jola
(Department of Psychology, University of Glasgow)

"Watching  Dance: Kinesthetic Empathy"





Wednesday,  December 10, 2008
Research  Performance Seminar
GB048     Drama Studio 16:oo-17:30 pm

Sarah Whatley
(Centre  for Media Arts and Performance, Coventry School of Art and Design)

?Beyond Text: Embodied Analysis and the Digital Archive?


Wednesday,  December 17, 2008
16:30
Drama Studio 048

Barbara Lüneburg
(Music department)

Group Genius ? Creativity in Performance
(Is Contemporary Music old fashioned?).
Part of the presentation will be a concert of about 45 minutes length.



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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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