DocPerform 2: Speakers

Speakers confirmed for DocPerform 2 on 6-7th Nov 2017. This listing is in alphabetical order. The Programme Schedule and abstracts will be made available soon.

Speakers are kindly asked to register as soon as possible.

Chris Blois-Brooke (Dialogue network)
Documenting otherness

Alison Child (Behind the lines / University of Brighton)
Performing the archive

Susan Croft (Unfinished Histories / Rose Bruford College)
Unfinished furniture, unfinished spaces

Andre Deridder (University of Louvain)
Filming the stage

Defne Erdur and John Taylor (IDOCDE dance network)
Mind the dance

Jenny Fewster and Ramona Riedzewski (Flinders University / V&A)
The use of virtual gallery spaces (Ausstage)

Ernst Fischer and Manuel Vason (Documenting Action Research Collective)
DARC practices

Giselle Garcia (University of Exeter)
The walking dramaturg as a methodology for documentation

Barry Houlihan (NUI Galway)
Sound and vision: recovering movement, gesture and the actor’s craft

Nick Hunt and Hansjörg Schmidt (Rose Bruford College)

Tara Fatehi Irani (University of Roehampton)
Mishandled archive

Zeta Kolokythopoulou (South Bank University)
Interweaving performance with its recording

Marc Kosciejew (University of Malta)
A documentary-material literacy for performance as a document

[This paper was kindly sponsored by COST Action IS1307 New Materialism: Networking European Scholarship on ‘How Matter Comes to Matter’]

Deborah Lee (City, University of London)
Documenting performance in today’s data models

Erin Lee (National Theatre Archive)
Should theatre disappear like soap bubbles?

Adelaide Robinson (City, University of London)
Social documentation of live performance

Sarah Rubidge (University of Chichester / Rambert School of Contemporary Dance)
Virtually sensuous (geographies)

Pam Schweitzer (University of Greenwich)
The Reminiscence Theatre Archive and Website

Gregory Sporton (University of Greenwich)
The life of a dance: double take part II

Marine Theunissen (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Performing the quality of imperceptible interactions between individuals: the technological challenge regarding the collective and the invisible

Lynnsey Weissenberger (Irish Traditional Music Archive)
Documenting Irish traditional music and dance using linked data

Sarah Whatley (C-DaRE, Coventry University)
Accidental archives of performance making