Embodying and Performing Sound - One Day Symposium
Event type: Symposiums6 April 2019 from 9.00 am - 4.30 pm
In making sense of sound, we unfailingly rely on our bodies and on bodily metaphors, often unconsciously. This day conference will explore the far-reaching principles and implications of embodying sound in a variety of art forms.
Speakers include Margaret Medlyn, Hamish Robb, Sally Jane Norman, David O’Donnell, Heidi Thomson, Thierry Jutel, Missy Molloy, and Miriam Ross.
Attendance is free but registration is required.
Register on Eventbrite HERE before 1 April
|9am||Arrivals and welcome|
|9:30am||Dr Hamish Robb “Marie Jaëll: Forgotten Pioneer of Embodiment Studies”|
|10:10am||Dr Missy Molloy & Dr Miriam Ross. “Sound and the Senses in the Cinema of Lucrecia Martel”|
|11:10am||Prof Heidi Thomson “‘Silent Form’: Sound and Empathy in Keats’s Poetry”|
|11:50am||Dr Margaret Medlyn “Communication, Projection, Embodiment: how singers create stage presence”|
|1:30pm||A.Prof David O’Donnell "Voice, body and social activism in Pacific Theatre: The Conch's Stages of Change."|
|2:10pm||A.Prof Thierry Jutel “First-person documentary narratives of illness: mode of address, subjectivity, and embodiment”|
|3:10pm||Prof Sally Jane Norman “From recording to sampling: gesturo-haptic writing”|