Shadows of the Dawn: Migration and the Indeterminacy of Community & Immunity 2

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Shadows of the Dawn:  Migration and the Indeterminacy of Community & Immunity 2

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

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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.

  • Natural History of Migration/Immunity and Biopolitics/Racism and Patriotism
  • Security, Nationness, Ethno-futurism, and the Theatre of Resistance,

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. 

guests include:

  • Rite of Exile by Iraqi Bodies, directed by Anmar Taha and Josephine Gray (Gothenburg, Sweden)
  •      Goran Sergei Pristas, Tomislav Medak, BADco., Zagreb (Croatia) “Institutions need to be constructed”
  • Mark Neocleous (Political Science, Brunel University London) "Immunity, Security and the Politics of Auto-immune Disease"
  • Joanna Zylinska (Goldsmiths) "End of Man"
  • Maria Kastrinou (Anthropology, Brunel University) The guests of Lesbos: Hospitality among Syrian refugees in Greece
  • Caridad Svich (playwright, New York) and Taghrid Choucair-Vizoso (director, London): on theatres of resistance, 
  • Film: Olga Danylyuk (Ukraine): Letters to the Unknown Friend in New York 
  •  Interactive Sound Art Performance -Lambros Pigounis (Greece): 

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