Browsing School of Arts by Subject "performance"

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Browsing School of Arts by Subject "performance"

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  • Francksen, Kerry (Book chapter)
    This chapter explores technology’s role as a key creative agent within digital dance performance making. Using the author’s own embodied experiences of moving in media-rich environments, the tensions that can exist in the ...
  • The book examines the conflicts, dilemmas and contradictions that marked Englishness as the nation changed from an imperial power to a postcolonial state. The chapters deal with such topics as travel writing, popular song, ...
  • Vear, Craig (Musical Score)
    The Feather is a digital score for an improvising quartet. It is inspired by an extract from a Tove Jansson short story The Scolder from her book The Summer Book. In this extract an elderly grandmother is lying down on a ...
  • Vear, Craig (Presentation)
    The Feather Quartet is a digital score for an improvising quartet. It is inspired by an extract from a Tove Jansson short story The Scolder from her book The Summer Book. In this extract an elderly grandmother is lying ...
  • Vear, Craig (Musical Score)
    The Feather Quartet is a digital score for an improvising quartet. It is inspired by an extract from a Tove Jansson short story The Scolder from her book The Summer Book. In this extract an elderly grandmother is lying ...
  • Vear, Craig (Presentation)
    This R&D project will engaged with groups of asylum seekers/ refugees in the East Midlands and create a digital operatic performance with and about their stories. In the spirit of Cardboard Citizens we engaged with refugees/ ...
  • Clarke, Alissa (Article)
    The importance of being serious and treating the practice seriously is emphasised across many different psychophysical performer trainings, with practitioners following Grotowski’s lead and emphasising the need to ‘Leave ...
  • Vear, Craig (Conference)
    This keynote will present a philosophical perspective on the co-operative relationships between musicians and their technology. It will explore notions of embodiment and augmented relationships between the musicians and ...
  • Vear, Craig (Musical Score)
    On Junitaki Falls is a composition for live instrument and two artificial intelligent performers controlled by a central computer system that also operates as the score. Although Junitaki Falls exists as a geological feature ...
  • Vear, Craig (Presentation)
    On Junitaki Falls, is a composition for live instrument and two artificial intelligent performers controlled by a central computer system which also operates as the score. Although Junitaki Falls exists as a geological ...
  • Vear, Craig (Video)
    On Junitaki Falls, is a composition for live instrument and two artificial intelligent performers controlled by a central computer system which also operates as the score. Although Junitaki Falls exists as a geological ...
  • Vear, Craig (Video)
    On Junitaki Falls, is a composition for live instrument and two artificial intelligent performers controlled by a central computer system which also operates as the score. Although Junitaki Falls exists as a geological ...
  • Vear, Craig (Video)
    On Junitaki Falls, is a composition for live instrument and two artificial intelligent performers controlled by a central computer system which also operates as the score. Although Junitaki Falls exists as a geological ...
  • Cruickshank, Tracy (Book chapter)
    This chapter looks to recent and established positions in the fields from which stylistics and performance might respectively be plucked and offers, with further reference to cognate critical theories, an analysis ...
  • Postcards 
    Postcards explores augmented conversations across time, place, technology and people. The source material is a collection of long-distant conversations between several people immutably bound together. The central texts are ...
  • Postcards 
    Postcards explores augmented conversations across time, place, technology and people. The source material is a collection of long-distant conversations between several people immutably bound together. The central texts are ...
  • This essay presents readings of Jérôme Bel's 'Veronique Doisneau' and Xavier Le Roy's 'Self Unfinished' that examines the social and political implications of their use of experimental artistic strategies. It places these ...
  • Crossley, Mark (Article)
    Between September 2008 and February 2009, a cohort of third year Drama Studies undergraduates at De Montfort University (DMU) in the UK adapted and then performed ‘The Seven Streams of the River Ota’ by Robert Lepage. In ...
  • Performance work especially adapted for the mainstage at Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham as part of the international dance festival NottDance 2015.
  • Fitzpatrick, Marie (Article)
    This article explores processes within a dance practice as research (PaR) case study and draws upon theoretical and philosophical conceptions of the interval and kinaesthetic empathy to discuss relational and emergent ...