GLITCH 2015 – one day conference – 14 Dec 2015

The Centre for Practice Based Research in the Arts at Canterbury Christ Church University is hosting a one day interdisciplinary conference on the politics and poetics of failure, error, disorder and noise on Monday 14th December, 2015.
 
GLITCH 2015 seeks to survey the field of contemporary glitch practice and glitch studies, while aiming also to explore the ways in which the concept might be applied to new areas of arts practice and theory.
 
The fee for the conference is £20.00 (£10.00 for students). Register online at:
Lunch, refreshments and a wine reception are provided.
 
 
PROGRAMME
 
Keynote Speaker: Rosa Menkman (artist and theorist)
- Beyond Resolution: DCT Syphoning
 
Dr Adam Smyth (Balliol College, University of Oxford)
- Doing Things with Errors in Renaissance England
 
Prof. Sita Popat (University of Leeds), Prof. Sarah Whatley (Coventry University) and Prof. Susan Kozel (Malmö University)
- The Error Network: A project report
 
Dr Alan Meades (Canterbury Christ Church University)
- Kill Screen to Goat Simulator: Rhetorics of the videogame glitch
 
Ianis Lallemand (École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris)
- Material Glitch: Designing with digital fabrication artifacts
 
Matthew Johnson (Goldsmiths University of London / Liverpool John Moores University)
- Interrupting the Everyday Aesthetic Regime
 
Kate McLean (Canterbury Christ Church University)
- A Glitch in the Sensorium
 
Charles Linehan (Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance)
- Using Decay, Interference and Glitches in Performance Practice
 
Kevin Logan (University of the Arts London)
- The re_etive _losive as _erformative device
 
Prof. Roger Redgate (Goldsmiths University of London) and Prof. Matt Wright (Canterbury Christ Church University)
- Single Combat
 
Dr Robert Robertson (composer and filmmaker)
- The Perils of Perfection (why the ‘glitch’ is fundamental to creativity)
 
Panos Ghikas (Canterbury Christ Church University)
- The Film Sextet: A performance malfunction and the wrong audience
 
Dr James Newton (Canterbury Christ Church University)
- How to Read the Accidental Glitch
 
Live Performance: Bog Bodies – Robert Stillman [UK] Ben Rowley [UK] Seán Carpio [Ireland] and Anders Holst [Denmark]
 
Venue: Powell Building, North Holmes Road Campus, Canterbury Christ Church University, CT1 1QU.
 
Schedule: 09.15-10.00 Registration and coffee. Conference closes 18.00.
 
For more information email andy.birtwistle@canterbury.ac.uk