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We are excited to present two days of work from our postgraduate researchers at the Institute for Creative Cultures.
There are links to be made and implications to be unravelled, ecosystems to be mapped and techno-corporeal experimentation to be performed, if one’s aim is to unfold expressions of power today.
This event will be an improvised and informal conversation with C-DaRE’s Simon Ellis on topics including the spaces of technological possibility, subjects and objects, embodiment, and the more-than-human.
As part of The Body and AI series, C-DaRE invites… Kate Elswit and Harmony Bench. If the Archive Can’t Consent: Historical Dance Footage, Computer Vision, and the Ethics of AI
Come and learn more about the ‘Strictly’ Inclusive project, exploring inclusivity and representation on the popular BBC show.
C-DaRE Invites… you to join Kate and Lily and our guest, sharing their timely research, on this occasion Solveig Gade. Please join us on zoom with your preferred refreshments.
The Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) is hosting the 'Inclusion and Intersectionality' symposium with The Society for Dance Research, in collaboration with Candoco Dance Company.
The project ‘The Shape of Sound’ is a scaled-up installation of elements of the human ear and is a supported projext as part of the Being Human Festival 2021 (Coventry Hub).
This webinar includes a panel discussion on how dance and somatic practices can be shared through digital technologies for people living with pain.
Talking Back: Hip Hop Through Research and Practice is grounded in feminist and critical theorist Bell Hook’s idea of “Talking Back”. This three day event will open up a space to learn more about the five pillars of Hip Hop (Knowledge, style writing/graffiti, b-boying/breaking, Djing, Emceeing) and will allow artists and researchers to sit down and discuss their practice and reflect on their research.
This seminar looks at research that combines investigations into principles of embodied creativity with the adoption of state-of-the-art methods in machine learning with the goal of enabling new approaches in computer-based generative art and dance technology.
This is an opportunity to find out about Coventry Dance, an organization set up with Coventry University as a partner, to network and connect artists across the city and region.
A discussion panel with a physiotherapist, psychologist, dancer and person with lived experience of pain on the theme of ‘Chronic pain: the fear and joy of moving’.
This event is suitable for anyone interested in the ethical development and use of data-driven technology including scholars, scientists, engineers, creative coders, performers and media artists.
As part of our C-DaRE invites… online series we are delighted to invite you to join this participatory event with Rae Johnson on the topic of Embodied Activism. It will take place on Zoom, a lovely way to end the day!