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Performing Thresholds - ATOM-R Workshop

This interdisciplinary workshop led by the ATOM-r collective will engage movement, text, and technology through the contemporary paradigm of mixed reality in which physical and virtual spaces are intertwined. Participants will construct a ritual performance working with a gestural and movement vocabulary that activates the sensors of their smartphones to generate texts, images and audio.

The workshop will engage the activation of thresholds between seen and unseen, real and fake, natural, supernatural and unnatural. We will combine movement/ dance, language/ poetry, and new media/ coding to explore the “queering” of historical rituals and ceremonies. The workshop is aimed at artists from a range of backgrounds relating to performance, writing, and technology.

Also by ATOM-r:

Inside My Gorge: The Original Rhinestone Cowboy

Artists Talk
22nd February at 18:00, Theatre Academy, studio 522

This talk is open to public - Welcome!

ATOM-r (Anatomical Theatres of Mixed Reality) is a provisional collective exploring forensics, anatomy, and 21st century embodiment through performance, language, and emerging technologies. Its founder members are Judd Morrissey and Mark Jeffery formerly of Goat Island Performance Group, with performer / collaborators Justin Deschamps, Chris Knowlton and Colin Roberson. For more information on ATOM-r, see

Tue - Sat February 20th-24th 10 am - 5 pm in Theatre Academy