Workshop: Ill Seen Ill Said

By Matthew Causey, Scott Hamilton, and Nicholas Johnson
Friday 29 April, 17:30 – 18:30, Hof Van Liere (conference venue)

Attendees at the Antwerp conference are warmly invited to a participatory workshop, facilitated discussion, and installation of documentation from the 2014–16 practice-as-research project Ill Seen Ill Said, which is a work in progress under co-investigation by Matthew Causey, Scott Hamilton, and Nicholas Johnson. This investigation of prose performance, particularly as it intersects with issues in both digital and live embodiment, is a collaboration between Trinity College Dublin’s Arts Technology Research Laboratory, which hosted a viewing of work-in-progress for European Research Night 2015, and the University College Dublin Humanities Institute. The workshop portion will be facilitated by Nicholas Johnson, co-founder (with Jonathan Heron) of the Samuel Beckett Laboratory at TCD, while the discussion will be chaired by Scott Hamilton (adaptor/dramaturge). The installation will feature audio and video curated by Matthew Causey (director/cinematographer) and Claudia Kinahan (performer).

Please email Nicholas Johnson at if you wish to attend the workshop, as the workshop component will be designed specifically to suit the number of interested participants.

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