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Director of C-DaRE Sarah Whatley talks about performance research at Coventry University.
Moving the Sensate: Questions of Affect and Embodiment for the 21st Century.
Sandra Reeve and Ecological Movement.
Rosamaria Cisneros summarises the 6th edition of the Digital Echoes Symposium which took place last month.
Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) - advancing embodied knowledge in interactive media, wellbeing and cultural heritage. Read more...
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Two-day conference focused on dance, philosophy, and performance, co-organised by Dr Hetty Blades (Coventry University) and Dr Katerina Paramana (Brunel University London) In association with Performance Philosophy and supported by the British Society of Aesthetics.
The Europeana Space Dance Pilot is happy to share its latest tool Qandr which is our multiscreen audience engaging tool. Before the Un-Symposium and during registration to the event, enjoy the interactive dance exhibition which allows the audience to explore cultural heritage images while watching live dancing. The PopUp Museum will include a live dance performance in front of a screen which will be controlled by the audience. Using your smart phone and/or any android device, the audience can connect to the screen and control what the dancer and other audience members see.
Resilience and Inclusion: Dancers as Agents of Change aims to advance knowledge within the professional dance sector and audiences about the working lives of dancers with disabilities.
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