Practice as Research Roundtable: Sensual Address in Divergent Economies

Vida Midgelow (Invited speaker), Carol Brown (Invited speaker), Ellis, S. (Invited speaker), Pil Hansen (Invited speaker), Norah Zuniga-Shaw (Invited speaker)

Activity: Talk or presentationOral presentation


Emerging from aesthetic, experiential, and critical embodiments, Practice as Research in choreography has sought to elaborate what Jenn Joy has described as the “possibility of sensual address” (2014: 1). At the same time, it bares the imprints of University paradigms and its inherent discourses. As such, artistic research enters dialogic encounters across discursive and aesthetic realms and with diverse publics. This roundtable will investigate the nature of the practices and artifacts Practice as Research produces through a series of provocations by an international group of leading artistic researchers: Vida Midgelow (UK), Carol Brown (NZ), Pil Hansen (CAN), Simon Ellis (UK/NZ) and Norah Zuniga-Shaw (USA).
Period21 Oct 2017
Event titleDance Studies Association Inaugural Conference 2017: Transmission and Traces: Rendering Dance
Event typeConference
LocationColumbus, United States
Degree of RecognitionInternational