[NetBehaviour] Shadows of the Dawn" - research workshops - Artaud Performance Center, Brunel University London, 18 April & 13 June 2018

Johannes Birringer Johannes.Birringer at brunel.ac.uk
Fri Mar 23 00:09:02 CET 2018


Dear all

Would you like to participate in two laboratories/symposia at our Artaud Performance Center (Brunel University)? – we still have places open,  please contact me if you are interested in joining
our research guests/artists and some very provocative  performance collectives:


"Shadows of the Dawn:  Migration 
and the Indeterminacy  of Community & Immunity"


 18 april and 13 june 2018 

 Artaud Performance Center-  Brunel University London   / supported by the  Institute of Environment, Health and Societies  / Arts & Humanities


How do we confront a transcultural survival politics and better understanding of migration and hospitality? The aim of these two workshops is to incite debate and practical knowledge exchange between fields  – theatre, social works, education, human geography, political science, ethnography, media arts – on pressing questions regarding notions of “imagined communities” during the current resurgence of ethno-nationalism, exemplified by xenophobic hostilities, divergent responses to the so-called refugee crisis, Britain voting to leave the European Union, the election of Donald Trump, the rise of right wing populism on the European continent. During the symposia-workshops, participants will consider interlinked focal points that deal with community and immunity.

•	Natural History of Migration/Immunity and Biopolitics
•	Racism and Patriotism / Institutional and Systemic Sexual Violence
•      Security, Nationness, Ethno-futurism, and the Theatre of Resistance

The planned activities include scholarly presentations/shorter provocations, workshops and practice-based performances or fieldwork demonstration/film to be presented over the two symposia in April and June 2018. Format and compositional method of the Series are intended to be open and innovative as well: curatorial propositions will be solicited from invited guests and volunteer participants.

  [1] Wednesday April 18  /  Wednesday  June 13        2:00 PM - 9:oo PM

14:oo  Welcome         Johannes Birringer & Maria Kastrinou

14:15 - 16:oo   Workshop 1
                                  Yohai Hakak,  Emma Wainwright, Anne Chappell

16;15 - 18:15   Workshop 2
                                  Goran Sergej Pristaš, Tomislav Medak, Daniele Rugo  

18:45 - 21:oo   Workshop 3 
                                  conducted by Iraqi Bodies 
	Rite of Exile by Iraqi Bodies, directed by Anmar Taha and Josephine Gray* 
                                                 *Iraqi Bodies’ visit is supported by the Swedish Arts Grants Committee

[2]  Symposium 2 -  June 13, 2018

14:oo  Welcome         Johannes Birringer & Maria Kastrinou

14:15 - 16:oo   Workshop 1
			    Mark Neocleous,  Joanna Zylinska,  Fuad Marei

1615 - 18:15   Workshop 2
                                  Maria Kastrinou, Adam Ramadan, Effi Plexousaki  and Mariza Dima

18:45 - 21:oo   Workshop 3 
                                  conducted with Caridad Svich,  Fereshteh Vaziri Nasab      
                 Nilofaar Bijanzadeh, Taghrid Choucair-Vizoso & Johannes Birringer                 

 	       Film:  Olga Danylyuk:  Letters to the Unknown Friend from New York             
               Interactive SoundArt Performance: Lambros Pigounis: Sacrificial Mirror


ALL WELCOME   /  contact:   
Performance Research Coordinator:  Johannes.Birringer at brunel.ac.uk   //   +44  (0)1895 267 343 

website: http://people.brunel.ac.uk/dap/ResearchSeminarSeries.html



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