Re-enactment / Repetition / Reiteration / Re-performance as embodied research

The following is a call for contributions to a session at the AAANZ conference in November, in Brisbane. This panel explores the widespread phenomenon of re-enactment as a tactic of embodied research in performance art history. Performance re-enactment (or “re-performance”) has emerged since the turn of the century as an arena of practice and scholarship, […]

TLC Public Events, June 2013

Louise and Lucas are busy this month. Here’s what’s happening: Wednesday June 12, 4-5pm ISEA, New Law School Lecture Theatre 106, University of Sydney Lucas is presenting (via Skype from London), speaking briefly about our work re-enacting Expanded Cinema from the point of view of medium and materiality. You can read the abstracts and the […]

Disappearing Video, Video Disappeared?

The above photo shows Louise Curham from the TLC making a cracking point at the plenary discussion session at the end of the Disappearing Video Conference. To her right are Lyndal Jones, Andrew Frost, Stephen Jones and Danni Zuvela. It was a really interesting day. Here’s my round-up of a few random thoughts: Stephen Jones […]