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Oct 24
18:30 - 20:00
For an Audio-Visual Laboratory of Humanities

The project 'Judaica: Embodied Laboratory for Songwork' (AHRC 2016-2018) is designed around a method for structuring a new audio-visual laboratory of humanities. This redesigned theatre laboratory model challenges the lines between different forms of actor training; between personal and professional training; and between embodied practice, written texts, and audio-visual documents.

Drawing on discoveries made during the 2017 intensive laboratory phase of the research, the trio of international researchers present fragments of practice and video material based on the key questions and concepts developed about the relations between embodiment, laboratorial practice, performer training, and identity. The lecture performance offers new strategies for articulating the inner dramaturgy and embodied knowledges of performer training practices and opens a discussion on the potential of audio-visual media to enrich conversations of import to performers, performer trainers, and practice researchers at all levels.

Location

Jarman Studio 1
United Kingdom
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Details

Contact: Peter Boenisch
E: p.m.boenisch@kent.ac.uk
School of Arts

 

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