THE IMPOSSIBLE CONSTELLATION: Practice-Led Research Special Event

Lincoln Performing Arts Centre (LPAC), Weds 2 July 2014, 9:00am – 6:00pm

You are warmly invited to The Impossible Constellation, an inter-disciplinary fusion of practice-led research in the arts.

This special event is a cross between a festival and a conference, celebrating practice-led research and launching a series of events linking practice with research in the University of Lincoln’s College of Arts.

 

An exciting line-up of highly regarded research-practitioners will present their work in a packed schedule of events. The emphasis is on letting the practice speak for itself, though any provocation or interrogation of the dynamics and tensions which exist at the practice/research intersections – from performers, attenders and participants – will be welcome and inevitable.

Confirmed speakers/contributors/performers include:

*   Paul Moore (University of Ulster, Derry): sonic art

*   Owen Parry (Laban): research art

*   Dane Sutherland: auditory culture and performance

*   Annika Erikssonn (Sweden): visual art

*   SE Barnet (Central St Martins): contemporary art

*   Joanne Thomas (University of East London): music/sound composition

*   Misha Myers  (Falmouth University): social impact game

*   Max Schleser (Massey University, New Zealand):  film

*   Lorraine Leeson (cSpace, Middlesex): community-based arts practice

*   KeepHouse Performance: performance art

*   Yvon Bonenfant (University of Winchester): vocal and intermedial art

Fee:

Full fee (covers all sessions, daytime catering, conference pack and wine reception) – £25 Postgrad students – £15

To register for a place please visit:

https://store.lincoln.ac.uk/browse/product.asp?compid=1&modid=1&catid=254

The Impossible Constellation is organised jointly by colleagues in Art and Design, Media, and Performing Arts. In the spirit of artistic research/practice-led research, the entire event celebrates a spirit of cross-college collaboration, exploring and articulating all manner of creative practices as areas of research and vice versa.