[NetBehaviour] Embodied Sound: bodies, sounds and performance - concerts in London 13 May

Marco Donnarumma lists at marcodonnarumma.com
Fri May 8 12:42:08 CEST 2015

You are warmly invited to attend this symposium curated by Guy Harries and
organised by CPAD (Centre for Performing Arts Development) at UEL.

'Embodied Sound'
an evening symposium about contemporary live performance

*Free entry, no booking required.*

Wednesday 13 May at University of East London, University Square Stratford
- US.3.38 (Studio 2)
1 Salway Road, London E15 1NF

SYMPOSIUM - performances, paper, panel talk: 6.00-9.00pm
WORKSHOP- "live sound/live vision": 4.15-5.45pm


The symposium ‘Embodied Sound’ is an evening’s exploration and discussion
of the connection between sound and the performer's body in current live
practice. The wide range of approaches includes vocal experimentation, use
of the body’s various ‘signals’ captured through sensors, and the
translation/interpretation of sound into live illustration.

Performers will be presenting and discussing their live work, including:
Marco Donnarumma, Sharon Gal and the Live Hazard Collective (Guy Harries
and Valerie Pezeron.

Guest speaker Zeynep Bulut (King’s College London) will present a paper on
the connection between sound and the body, and Michael Bunce (UEL) will
chair a panel with all the presenters, including Q&A.

The symposium is preceded by an afternoon ‘live sound / live illustration’
workshop organised by Live Hazard Collective (4.15-5.45pm). All workshop
participants will collaborate on an improvised sound piece, as well as live
illustration in response to sound. ALL WELCOME (including those who do not
consider themselves 'musicians' or 'illustrators').

The Centre for Performing Arts Development (CPAD) at the University of East
London (UEL) is focused on developing original and innovative research in
Performing Arts including Drama, Theatre & Performance Studies, Music,
Dance and Creative Writing with a particular emphasis on socially engaged
practices, performance philosophy and cultures, practice-based research,
digital and interdisciplinary research.

Marco Donnarumma
Performer, body tinkerer, teacher and writer.
#soundandmusic #biotech #freeculture
EAVI - Goldsmiths, University of London
Portfolio: http://marcodonnarumma.com
Research: http://res.marcodonnarumma.com
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