Time: June 13, 2018 from 2pm to 9pm
Location: Artaud Performance Center, London
Street: Cleveland Rd
City/Town: London UB* 3PH
Website or Map: http://people.brunel.ac.uk/da…
Phone: +44 (0)1895 267 343 (office)
Event Type: research, laboratory
Organized By: Johannes Birringer
Latest Activity: Feb 15, 2018
Research Laboratory , Part 2
13 June 2018
Brunel University London, Artaud Performance Center,
Institute of Environment, Health and Societies:
Over the past two years, a few researchers at Brunel University London formed a working group – Transcultures-Survival (Hosts and Guests) – and began to network with others equally concerned with survival politics and a critical understanding of migration and hospitality.
The 2018 research workshops want to incite debate and knowledge exchange between fields – theatre, social works, education, human geography, political science, ethnography, media arts – on pressing questions regarding notions of imagined communities/immunities during the current resurgence of ethno-nationalism, exemplified by xenophobic hostilities, divergent responses to the so-called refugee crisis, Britain voting to leave the European Union, the election of D Trump, the rise of right wing populism on the European continent. During two symposia-workshops in April and June 2018, participant researchers and practitioners will consider interlaced thematic focal points that deal with community and immunity.
The planned activities include scholarly presentations (papers), shorter provocations, workshops and practice-based performances or fieldwork demonstrations (film) to be presented over the two symposia in April and June 2018.