Draft Schedule

Friday 8th April

9.30-10 Registration

10-11.30 Welcome: Laura Cull & Esa Kirkkopelto

Plenary: Prof. Artemy Magun, The European University, St. Petersburg

"Art and public sphere today: the square and the crypt"

11.30-12 Coffee

12-1.30 Panel 1

Janelle Reinelt: “Citizenship Under Pressure/Erasure?”
Steve Wilmer: “The Body Politic Versus the Body of the Non-citizen”

1.30-2.30 Lunch

2.30-4 Panel 2

Broderick Chow: “Manifesto for hapless heroism: the event, the subject, & absurdity”
Eve Katsouraki: “The subversion of performance: performing manifestos – manifesting performance”
Johanna Linsley: “Not a lost cause: Text in performance in protest”

4-4.30 Coffee

4.30-6 Plenary: Prof. Nikolaus Müller-Scholl, Universität Hamburg

"Plus d'un rôle. On the Politics of Playing Together in Contemporary Theatre and Performance Practices"

Evening Programme:
Isto Turpeinen & Maaret Salminen (Performing Arts Research Centre, Theatre Academy Helsinki)
and Other Spaces -group

All day: Merja Puustinen & Andy Best installation

Saturday 9th April

9.30-11 Panel 3

Fred Dalmasso: “Subjective Pile Up (Badiouan questioning of choreographer Willi Dorner’s Bodies In Urban Spaces)”
Franziska Bork Petersen: “Authenticating the Citizen: a study of real and fake bodies”
Cormac Power: "Napoleon, Corneille and Theatrical Action"

11-11.30 Coffee

11.30-1.30 Panel 4

Esa Kirkkopelto: "Embodied Disasters. In Quest of Spectator Pedagogy"
Tuija Kokkonen: “Addressing non-humans as co-actors in performance/world”
Annette Arlander: “Elisabeth Grosz and the Steaming Earth”

1.30-2.30 Lunch

2.30-4 Plenary: Prof. Freddie Rokem, Tel-Aviv University
"Bodies of Knowledge: Theorizing The Art of Acting"

4-5 Closing remarks followed by open discussion

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