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Improvisation

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Phenomenology of Performance

Group for phenomenology in of as or about the study and or practice of performance

Members: 177
Latest Activity: Nov 22

Discussion Forum

Improvisation

Started by Simon Rose. Last reply by Simon Rose Oct 3. 6 Replies

I've recently completed this book about the experience of improvisation. I hope it may be of interest.…Continue

CALL FOR PAPERS - Performance Phenomenology

Started by Stuart Grant Jan 25, 2014. 0 Replies

Please distribute this call for papersApologies for cross-postingEdited Collection: The Thing Itself – Performance PhenomenologyStuart Grant (…Continue

Getting Together at the PP Conference

Started by Stuart Grant. Last reply by Jane Carr Mar 27, 2013. 4 Replies

Dear AllIt seems there are a lot of us in the phenomenology group. I am wondering how many of us will be at the conference in April. Do we think it would be fruitful to get together in Surrey and…Continue

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Comment by Jane Carr on February 27, 2015 at 16:20

Is there any documentation of the event? Iwwas really sorry to miss it

Comment by Stuart Grant on February 23, 2015 at 20:06

Performance Phenomenology Seminar

Stuart Grant and Matt Wagner

ALL WELCOME 

Wednesday February 25
2:00pm - 4:30pm


Venue: TB6 - Teaching Block, Room 6
Stag Hill Campus, University of Surrey, Guildford 

This seminar opens up the fundamental relationships between the phenomenological and the performative. We will proceed in four stages, considering: 1) a brief history of key concepts of phenomenology (specifically framed by the core concept of ‘intentionality’); 2) a brief overview of key scholarly works with respect to the study of performance, sampling the uptake of phenomenology as a critical tool in theatre and dance scholarship; 3) an investigation into the performative imperative in Heidegger, revealing the origin of the concept of the performative within phenomenology; and 4) an overview of a phenomenological approach to Shakespearean theatre, modelling one way in which a specific performative convention might be read phenomenologically.

This is the 3rd event in the Performance Philosophy seminar series in the Department of Theatre & Dance at the University of Surrey.

 

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