THEOREM 2018 - Kelcy, Kate and Livia, Presentat...
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THEOREM 2018 - Kelcy, Kate and Livia, Presentations
Kelcy Davenport – Anglia Ruskin University
ANALYSIS - The Bent Man | Didactics of the Rebel (Negri, 2005): Negri’s formulations about bending as a form of resistance are illuminated through the learning outcomes of a small reading group engaged with this play-script from Trilogy of Resistance (2009).
Kate Paxman – University of Plymouth
The problem of being the problem: considering expanded notions of field working through ‘Diapsid’ (2017), a digital animation and sound composition: The expanded notions of data collection through imagination and other observational methods are discussed in the process of research through practice.
Livia Paris – University of Plymouth
The Poetic Forensics of my political disappeared: experiments in regenerative art practice as research: A proposition of ‘poetic forensics’ expands the concept of contemporary forensics through attunement and haptic spatiality to capture tenuous evidence and to suggest testimonial materiality.
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