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Thursday, September 5 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Working Group Session 3: Bodies and Performance

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Inscriptions, Affects and Eco-Systems:  Bodies that Try

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Sarah Hopfinger

Lecturer in Contemporary Performance Practice, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Performance and Chronic Pain:  Ecologies of Pain.This practice research demonstration critically and creatively explores chronic pain bodies and performance. The performance lecture will specifically focus on my current practice-led research project, Ecologies of Pain, which explores... Read More →

Sara Reimers

Making an Appearance:  Exploring the Emotional Labour of Aesthetic Labour.In their analysis of fashion modelling industries, Entwistle and Wissenger argue for the emotional content of aesthetic labour, conceptualising it as “adding to, or extending, rather than supplanting emotional... Read More →

Paul Geary

Performing Offence:  Indignity and Provocation in Ivo Dimchev's P-ProjectAt the Birmingham-European (BE) festival in the summer of 2018, Bulgarian artist Ivo Dimchev presented P-Project; a participatory work where audience-participants are invited onto the stage to contribute to... Read More →

Thursday September 5, 2019 2:00pm - 3:30pm BST
Thornlea: TS4