Reseach Day IV: Performance and Feminism

Keskiviikko, maaliskuu 20, 2019 - 10:00 - 18:00
Teatterikorkeakoulu, Auditorio 1
Seminaari
The research project How to do things with performance? organises a fourth research day

The fourth research day is focusing on performance and feminism with professor Iris van der Tuin as keynote speaker 20 March 2019 at Uniarts Helsinki's Theatre Academy (Auditorium 1 and lecture room 525).

The research day is free of charge. Registration here by 17 March 2019.

Call for proposal

Abstracts

 

Program

Auditorium 1

10-10.10. Opening and Welcome. Annette Arlander

10.10-11.30 Iris Van der Tuin: “Doing in feminist research in the algorithmic condition”

 

11.30-13.00

Pilvi Porkola: “Situated knowledges - Artistic research and feminism”

Hanna Järvinen: “Intersectional Histories, or Decolonize Your Canon.”

Tero Nauha: “Some feminist strategies of the Polish avant-garde”

Annette Arlander: “Revisiting the Rusty Ring – ecofeminism today?”

 

13.00-13.45 Lunch (at your own expense)

 

13.45-14.45 Room 525 moderator Hanna Järvinen

Tanja Tiekso: “Listening Batsheba”

Zhenya Mukha: “Documentary puppet performance as an attention-getting mechanism to the problem of LBT women in the North Caucasus of Russia.”

Katie Lee Dunbar: “And I still want to work in demolition - Classism from a femme queer feminist perspective”

 

14.45-15.00 Coffee Break

 

15.00-16.00 Room 525 moderator Pilvi Porkola

Kim Modig and Marina Valle Noronha: Performing professionalism: Why do we travel for art and what does it do to us?

Minna Harri: “Time Shapes”

Lim Paik Yin: “IN[formal] INTERchange”

 

16.00-16.15 Coffee Break

 

16.15-17.30 auditorium 1 moderator Tero Nauha

Elina Saloranta: “Correspondence with the past”

CRI (Teresa Albor, Lara Bufford, Moa Johansson): ”CRI” (skype)

Amble Skuse: ”Balancing Act” (skype)

Grace and Grace and Grace: ”Louise” (skype)

Louise Vind Nielsen: "Tongue reads Philomela"

 

17.30-18.00 Discussion, moderator Annette Arlander

 

 

 

Lisätietoja:
Johanna Rauhaniemi, johanna.rauhaniemi@uniarts.fi