Performance and installation projects vary depending on research interest, art/performance festival themes, conference settings or entrepreneurial fair curation. Of particular interest are projects that integrate art and science, are cross-cultural, queer-feminist and/or multi-lingual. Quests for social change are essential.
A site-specific truth-activation on the St. George campus of the University of Toronto.
A restory-ation of University of Toronto's School of Graduate Studies (SGS).
Time: Sept.21, 2021. 8.30pm EDT.
Location: Online and 63 St.George St., Toronto.
A collaboration between members of the working group Native Performance Culture and the Rhythm of (Re) Conciliation: Remembering Ourselves in Deep Time with Sto:Loh author, educator and Knowledge Keeper Lee Maracle and the Digital Dramaturgy Lab_squared.
A wood-wide web digital theatre in the round on inter-actions and politics between humans and trees
Presenting artistic and performative projects exploring our relationship-making with trees at intersections of de-colonializing politics, arts and science.
Sept.18, 2021. 1.30pm EDT. 7.30pm CET
Live-streamed into the world from Turtle Island, Canada, UK, Germany and Latvia.
Project title Unboxing Imagination/Images
Live Performing a Plate Camera - Interactively embodied performances among human FACES, a historical plate camera and digital FACES
morning 10am-11.50 am Toronto/ Canada
afternoon 4pm-5.50pm Serbia and Germany
evening 10pm-11.50 pm Singapore
night 12am-1.50 am Melbourne/ Australia
morning 10am-11 am Toronto/Canada
afternoon 4pm-5pm Serbia and Germany
evening 10pm Singapore
night 12am-1am Melbourne/Australia
International Multimedial Festival IMAF, Serbia (Curated by Nenad Bogdanovic)
An experimental collaboration between the ArtSci Salon, the Digital Dramaturgy Lab_squared/ DDL2 and Sensorium: Centre for Digital Arts and Technology, York University
Candy Blair, Jill Carter, Nina Czegledy, Antje Budde and David Kemp testing outdoor live-streaming of interactive dance and projection of Niimi II (dance Candy Blair and Astad Deboo).
Photo: Antje Budde
Rehearsing Oracle Jane with the actors Amy Wong, George Bwannika Seremba, Frans Robinow. Photo: Antje Budde
27. October, 2020. 7.30-9.30pm
Live-streamed from within and outside the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences Toronto, Canada
ECODATA. - The 5th Open Fields conference on Artistic Research, Science and Technologies and RIXC Art Science Festival 2020; October 8–10, 2020, Riga. 8. October, 2020.
Project title Btw Lf & Dth - interFACING disAPPAERANCE
28. September, 2019.