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 email@example.com if you wish to attend the workshop, as the workshop component will be designed specifically to suit the number of interested participants.