Performance Philosophy is an international network open to all researchers concerned with the relationship between performance & philosophy.

  • Anyone can be a member of Performance Philosophy and it is free to join. Just click on the link that says 'Sign Up' in the box above. 
  • All members are free to propose new groups within Performance Philosophy. These can be either geographic or thematic groups. Please see the 'About' page for more information. Or go to 'Groups' to propose a new group.
  • If you have any problems using this website, please contact: 
  • For general enquiries about Performance Philosophy, please contact Laura Cull: l.cull@surrey.ac.uk

Forum

Performing Viral Pandemics?

Started by aha. Last reply by aha May 11. 2 Replies

Hi.Hopefully all is well!The shorty is a suggestion to start an online conversation group to elaborate questions from theCovid-19 oriented period and Performance Philosophy?eg. Intra-Active Virome?…Continue

We all have the same dream?

Started by Egemen Kalyon Apr 2. 0 Replies

Hello, "We all have the same dream" is my project that aims to create an archive from the dreams of our era and reinterpret Jung's "collective unconscious" concepts with performance and performing…Continue

Circus and Its Others 2020, UC Davis CFP

Started by Ante Ursic Mar 15. 0 Replies

Circus and its Others 2020November 12-15University of California, DavisRevised Proposal Deadline: April 15, 2020Launched in 2014, the Circus and its Others research project explores the ways in which…Continue

Tags: critical, ethnic, queer, performance, animal

Blog Posts

"Further Evidence on the Meaning of Musical Performance" Working Paper

Posted by Phillip Cartwright on January 15, 2020 at 21:28 0 Comments

Karolina Nevoina and I are pleased to announce availability of our working paper, "Further Evidence on the Meaning of Musical Performance". Special thanks to Professor Aaron Williamon and the Royal College of Music, Centre for Performance Science.…

Continue

Division of Labor - Denis Beaubois

Posted by Gabrielle Senza on February 23, 2018 at 0:36 0 Comments

I just came across Denis Beaubois, an Australian multidisciplinary artist whose work, Currency - Division of Labor might be of interest to researchers here.

It is a series of video/performance works that use the division of labor model in capitalism as a structural tool for performance.

From his website:

The Division of labour work explores…

Continue

Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

Making Time in Music: an international conference, 12–14 September 2016, Faculty of Music, Oxford

Event Details

Making Time in Music: an international conference, 12–14 September 2016, Faculty of Music, Oxford

Time: September 12, 2016 to September 14, 2016
Location: Faculty of Music, University of Oxford
City/Town: Oxford, UK
Website or Map: http://www.music.ox.ac.uk/mak…
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Emily Payne
Latest Activity: Jul 4, 2016

Export to Outlook or iCal (.ics)

Event Description

Making Time in Music: an international conference Monday 12 – Wednesday 14 September 2016

Faculty of Music, University of Oxford

 

With invited contributions from:

 

Georgina Born (Professor of Music and Anthropology, University of Oxford) Vijay Iyer (Jazz pianist/composer and Franklin D and Florence Rosenblatt Professor of the Arts, Harvard University)

 

A draft conference programme is available here: http://www.music.ox.ac.uk/makingtimeinmusic/conference-programme/

 

Registration is open and can be booked here: http://goo.gl/cQUym0  

 

The capacity to be in time together lies at the heart of all music-making and is one of the most profound of human capabilities; being in time together is implicated in social bonding, altered states, and foundational pleasures associated with music.  The ways in which we play in time together, also mark out difference – between genres and between instruments (and instrumentalists), between studio and live performance, between the virtuoso and the beginner.

 

In this conference, we address the complexity of making time from a range of perspectives and in so doing, will bring into dialogue, social, cultural, psychological, aesthetic, critical and educational understandings of musical time and timing.

 

We look forward to scholars joining us from different disciplines and whose interests span very different forms of music-making.

If you have any questions or difficulty with the registration process, please email makingtime@music.ox.ac.uk.

The conference committee is: Dr Mark Doffman, Dr Jonna Vuoskoski, and Dr Toby Young (all University of Oxford) and Dr Emily Payne (University of Leeds).

http://www.music.ox.ac.uk/makingtimeinmusic

Comment Wall

Add a Comment

RSVP for Making Time in Music: an international conference, 12–14 September 2016, Faculty of Music, Oxford to add comments!

Join Performance Philosophy

Attending (1)

© 2020   Created by Laura Cull.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service