This workshop is offered as part of atechnē Conflux,an extended training, development, exhibition or performance programme which aims to enhance research or intellectual skills, or facilitate the sharing of expertise amongst doctoral students in the arts and humanities.
This is Event 5 of the 'For Scenographics' Conflux. The principal aim of this series of events is to bring together PGR, academics and practitioners to investigate how ‘scenographics’ (Hann 2018) enact, speculate, or complicate orders of ‘world’.
Guests:Florence Peake is a dancer, choreographer, visual artist and teacher whose performance practice has been exhibited at numerous galleries including Serpentine, Whitechapel Gallery, ICA, Hayward and the Palais de Tokyo. Felicity Colman is Professor of Film and Media Arts (Kingston) & Vice-Chair of COST [European Cooperation in Science and Technology] Network Grant Action IS1307 on New Materialism: Networking European Scholarship on 'How Matter Comes to Matter' [2014-2018]