Mechanical Techno for Sound-Body-Movement, University of East London

My next London show is at UEL on Friday 11th March at UEL, in Stratford, London. Full details below. Facebook event here.

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The Centre for Performing Arts Development (CPAD) at the University of East London presents:
Sound-Body-Movement – a symposium about live performance

Friday 11th March
University of East London Stratford Square
1 Salway Rd, London E15 1NF

TIMETABLE (TBC)
Workshops 1.30pm – 4.30pm
Concert 6pm – 8pm
Panel Discussion 8 – 9pm

Sound-Body-Movement is an exploration and discussion of the connection between sound and a range of other performance disciplines. The event will feature afternoon workshops, evening performances, and a panel discussion that will explore the theme of movement and gesture reflected across various media and aesthetic approaches including dance, drawing, performance art, theatre and participatory performance.

Participants include: Graham Dunning, Leslie Deere, Philipp Wachsmann,Catherine Hope-Jones, Freida Abtan (Goldmiths), Valerie Pezeron (UEL), Claudia Brazzale (UEL), Michael Bunce (UEL) and Guy Harries (UEL/Trinity Laban Conservatoire) alongside UEL Performing Arts students (additional presenters TBA).

The Centre for Performing Arts Development (CPAD) at the University of East London (UEL) is focused on developing original and innovative research in Performing Arts including Drama, Theatre & Performance Studies, Music, Dance and Creative Writing with a particular emphasis on socially engaged practices, performance philosophy and cultures, practice-based research, digital and interdisciplinary research.

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