Performance Research Seminar, Brunel University

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Performance Research Seminar, Brunel University

Time: March 7, 2012 from 4pm to 6pm
Location: Brunel University Drama Studio (GMT 16:oo)
Street: School of Arts, Brunel University
City/Town: London, UK
Website or Map: http://people.brunel.ac.uk/da…
Phone: 01895 26t7343
Event Type: research, seminar, (live, on, dap-labtv)
Organized By: Johannes Birringer
Latest Activity: Mar 7, 2012

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Ruth Way & Russell Frampton

"Blind Torrent: An exploration of unfolding textualities, sensorial anthropology and imagined archaeology".


This presentation includes the Screening of Blind Torrent (Experimental Dance Theatre / Arts film) Directed and Produced by Ruth Way, dance artist and choreographer, and Russell Frampton, film maker and visual artist (DVD 10 - 12 minutes ).

The presentation following this screening will offer a detailed analysis of the work and explore how filmic ritual landscapes seek to unearth connections between notions of site, artifact, temporality and embodied choreographic response.

Ruth Way is Associate Professor and Head of Theatre and Performance, she is Programme Leader for BA Dance Theatre and MRes Dance at the University of Plymouth. Ruth has had an extensive career as professional dancer and choreographer performing with Earthfall Dance and Lusty Juventus Physical Theatre and has presented her practice as research though performative papers, articles and performances internationally. With Russell Frampton she is co-director of Enclave Productions and their most recent film Utah Sunshine has been screened in France, Poland, USA and Brazil. Current research is focused on exploring connections between somatic movement practice and the sentient body in her performance and film practice.
Russell Frampton is a painter and film maker. . Russell has devised both film and digital scenography for Lusty Juventus Physical Theatre Company and is an established artist who exhibites his work internationally. In 2004 he formed Enclave Productions with choreographer and dancer Ruth Way to extend his work into the area of interdisciplinary and collaborative film practice.

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