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Dr Paula Guzzanti lectures in 'Technology and Interdisciplinary Performance', 'Dance and the Camera', and 'Dance and Performance Theory' at the University of Malta. In her research practice she works at the intersections of critical improvisation studies, collaborative performance-making, affect theory, and conflict transformation studies. She completed her practice-as research PhD project at Queen’s University Belfast. Her performance work develops in collaboration with sound artists and musicians. Her most recent performance pieces has been showcased at the International Metabody Festival (London, 2015); Envisioning Weekend Festival (Lisburn, 2016); JamJar Women’s Improviser’s Platform (Belfast, 2016), Sonorities Festival (Belfast, 2017), Digital Echoes Conference (Coventry, 2018), Senselab Speakers Series (Montreal, 2017); International Women’s Day Celebrations (PS2 Gallery, Belfast, 2018); International Dance Day University of Chile (Chile, 2019), and at the University of Costa Rica (San Jose, 2019). Paula’s recent publications include a chapter on the language of affect (Palgrave, 2017), and papers on dance improvisation (Corpografias, Vol6, 2019; Choreographic Practices, 8.1, 2017) and affect and perception (PARtake Journal of Performance Research, 2017). In 2019, Paula won the Higginson Leadership Award of the year to facilitate a dance and well-being project for Nicaraguan refugees in Costa Rica. She is currently working on a post-doctoral long-term project investigating the corporeality of violence in the context of forced migration in Latin America, using participatory research, screendance and improvisation as central methodologies.
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