Accessing Performance at Research Pavilion 17-18.5.2017, Venice

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Programme

A workshop, a seminar, performances and screenings addressing accessibility and performance, performing materiality past and present, as well as technology and mediation of performance. Organised by “How to do things with performance?” research project with Tero Nauha, Pilvi
Porkola, Hanna Järvinen, and Annette Arlander.

Wed 17.5.2017
10-12 Open Workshop of Writing ( Järvinen & Porkola)

(12-14 Lunch break)

14-16 Seminar, part 1
Annette Arlander: How to do things with performance?
Hanna Järvinen: From Document to Performance to Document to
Performance to — What?
Tero Nauha: Superposition of performance?
Pilvi Porkola: The Library Essays – between different spaces
Discussion

(16-18 break)

18-21 Performances and screenings
Tero Nauha: A thought of performance?
Pilvi Porkola: Fragments of Library Essays
Annette Arlander: Annette Arlander: Animal Years I (2003-2009)

Thu 18.5.2017
10-12 Open Workshop (Arlander & Nauha)

(12-14 Lunch break)

14-16 Seminar, part 2
Annette Arlander: How to do things with documentation?
Hanna Järvinen: From Document to Performance to Document to
Performance to — What? (a re-performance of yesterday’s performance)
Tero Nauha: Performance thinking.
Pilvi Porkola: Presentation of the online magazine ICE HOLE – Live Art
Journal.
Discussion

(16-18 break)

18-21 Performances and screenings
Tero Nauha: A thought of performance?
Pilvi Porkola: Fragments of Library Essays
Annette Arlander: Animal Years II (2010-2014)

Welcome!

 

 

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Author: Pilvi Porkola

Esitystaiteilija, post doc -tutkija Performance artist, post doc researcher

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