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Presentation/Re-presentations – Postgraduate Seminars
Thursday 6 and 13 December 2001

Trent Park
Middlesex University
Bramley Road
London N14 4YZ

Two postgraduate seminars ‘Presentation/Re-Presentations’ examined issues and problems that arise around documenting and analysing creative practice. ResCen Research Associate artists and Middlesex University Department of Performing Arts research students discussed how the live performance work itself is complex and elusive: Whose work is it? Where does ‘the work’ begin and end? Whose experience of the work should we be concerned with – the spectator, the artist, performance history…? How can we record creative process? Can we actually write performance, or is writing always reductive, always positioned, always partial – always too late?

Seminar I Thursday 6 December 2001
Studio A, Jebb Building

Presenters:
Rosemary Lee, ResCen Research Associate Artist
Richard Layzell, ResCen Research Associate Artist
Roberto Battista, website designer

Speakers:
Christopher Bannerman, Head of Centre, ResCen
Susan Melrose, Researcher, ResCen and Middlesex University
Niki Pollard, dancer, Middlesex University research degree candidate
Paul Rae, performance director, Middlesex University research degree candidate

Seminar II Thursday 13 December 2001
Music Room

Presenters and Speakers:
Errollyn Wallen, composer and musician, ResCen Research Associate, and musicians
Graeme Miller, artist and theatre director, ResCen Research Associate
Ghislaine Boddington, shinkansen, ResCen Research Associate
Victoria Lee, mask practitioner/trainer, Middlesex University research degree candidate
April Nunes, choreographer, Middlesex University research degree candidate
Mary Nunan, choreographer Middlesex University research degree candidate
Chris Bannerman, Head of Centre, ResCen
Susan Melrose, Researcher, Middlesex University and ResCen

   
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