Dance, Violence and Memory

A keynote conversation on dance and other embodied practices as a means to study violence, memory, and their intersections, particularly in sites of conflict. Further, this keynote will address how both researchers have utilised digital archives or tools. (English)

Dr. Melissa Blanco Borelli

Reader in Dance Theory and Performance

Victoria Fortuna

Dance studies scholar and contemporary dance practitioner

Digital Encounters and Archives to Disseminate Art Practices in Bojayá, Buenaventura, Guapi and Unguía, Colombia

The closing event will bring together researchers and arts practitioners from Choco and Pacifico Medio in Colombia to present their work through digital performances and encounters recorded as part of the Embodied Performances project. (Spanish)

Performance, Memory and Conflict Worldwide

A curated conversation about practice-based research, taking up performance as a means of processing memories of conflict for both artists and researchers. Talks will address conflicts across the globe, including in Chile, Gaza Palestine, and Bosnia-Herzegovina. (English)

Pre-Recorded Interventions

In order to fully participate in the live event, please watch all of the pre-recorded interventions prior to October 23.

Maria Tivnan
Artistic director and PhD researcher (NUI Galway)

Maja Milatovic-Ovadia
Theatre director and PhD researcher (Royal School of Speech and Drama)

Dr. Nela Milic
Artist and Senior Lecturer (London College of Communication)

Nela Milic

Artist and senior lecturer

Maria Tivnan

Artistic director and PhD researcher

Maja Milatovic-Ovadia

Theatre director and PhD researcher

Charly Monreal

Physical performer and theatre maker

R.M. Sánchez-Camus

Creative practitioner and co-founder of Social Art Network

Digital Methodologies for Analysing and Disseminating Research Alongside Communities: Ethics, Politics and Perspectives

Sarah, Maria and Manuela will explore the use of digital methods and tools to conduct and disseminate research alongside artists and communities. They will share their experience of community research with older people, digital poetry and victims of conflict to discuss how the digital is transforming research and artistic/community work, its challenges and potential. (English)

Sarah Quinton

Reader in Digital Society

Maria Mencia

Media artist/e-poet

Manuela Ochoa

Artist and curator