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PERFORMART’14: INTERNATIONAL PERFORMATIVE ARTS CONFERENCE PROGRAM
DECEMBER 20-21, 2014 / İSTANBUL BİLGİ UNIVERSITY, santralistanbul Campus, E4-305
DAY 1
09:00
Registration
09:30
Opening Speech – Burcu Yasemin Şeyben
09:45
Keynote Lecture – Sue Broadhurst
10:30
Discussion
10:45
Coffee Break
11:00
Session 1
Dancer’s Stillness in Public Space Resists the Choreography of the Authoritarian Mobility –
Ayrin Ersöz
Voice as Public Space: the Personal Voice, the Cultural/ Political Voice, and the Creative
Voice in Gezi Park – Susan Main
Istanbul Pride Week and March; Protest Art as Performance – Adil Serhan Şahin
A Fan Culture's Survival Performance During A Time Of Public Crisis – Daniel Pawley
12:00
Discussion
12:20
Lunch
13:20
Session 2
Extended Audiencing: how spectators of immersive productions extend experience into
public space through social media dialogues – Julia M. Ritter
Public Space as Secret Theatre: Eavesdropping with Locative Audio – Pieter Verstraete
Webcam as actor and screen as placemaker in an experimental public art practice – Philip
Courtenay, Petra Johnson
14:05
Discussion
14:20
Coffee Break
14:35
Session 3
EREHWON: For a cartography of change – Beatriz Cantinho, Mariza Dima
From Vox Rosa to Follow the Sun: A Journey Through Mixed-Media Performance – Alex
Evans, David Osbon
Staging Costumes: intersection of costume and fashion design - Claire Moloney
15:20
Discussion
15:35
Coffee Break
15:50
Session 4
Cultural Dance- Is it broadening the Contemporary Dance World or just a trend of the
moment? - Rosamaria E. Kostic Cisneros
Street musicians in Brno city – Martina Hanáková
Time after Time – the use of dramatic leitmotif as a thematic link across the
interdisciplinary components of a musical theatre performance. A case study on Strictly
Ballroom: The Musical – Ellin Sears
Bridging the divide: Music as a universal language in Performance Art – Sarah Courtis
16:30
Discussion
16:50
Coffee Break
17:05
Session 5
Associations of Temple Dance and Temple Architecture, a case of Nataraja Temple in
Tamilnadu, India – Ashwini Pethe
On the Ruins of (a) Public Space: Ataturk Cultural Center as Anti-camp - V. Safak Uysal
Behind the scenes: investigating dramatic substrate of architectural scenographies – short
critical approach – Marina Mihaila
17:50
Discussion
PERFORMART’14: INTERNATIONAL PERFORMATIVE ARTS CONFERENCE PROGRAM
DECEMBER 20-21, 2014 / İSTANBUL BİLGİ UNIVERSITY, santralistanbul Campus, E4-305
DAY 2
10:00
Session 1
Traditional forms in postmodern environment. The story teller as a performer – Theodore
Grammatas
Exploring philosophical theories of fiction through meta-theatre: philosophical
perspectives on self reflexive performance - Ayşegül Şentuğ
The challenge of representation through performing arts after Velasquez and Foucault –
Monica Pacheco
10:45
Discussion
11:00
Coffee Break
11:15
Session 2
Home as a Public/Private Space: Headscarved Female Characters in Clouds May Wander
and Good Things Are On Our Side – Burcu Yasemin Şeyben, Rasim Erdem Avşar
Public Space -Participatory Culture: The Contemporary Art of Lozano-Hemmer and
SmithBeatty – Craig Smith
Dramatic and Postdramatic Strategies in Mark Ravenhill's Pool (No Water) – Sibel İzmir
12:00
Discussion
12:15
Lunch
13:15
Session 3
Performing Arts and Public Space in Turkey, How It Can Change and Be Improved – Gönül
Gülce Karaarslan
Opera at the Cinema: Virtual Shows and New Appropriation of Public Spaces – Daniel
Domingues
Transgression of Public Space: Diminution of the Performing Self – Zeynep Günsür Yüceil
14:15
Discussion
14:30
Challenges and Actions - Projects of “Performance in Social Context” – İstanbul Bilgi
University Management of Performing Arts and Performing Arts BA Students
Performances
15:30
Discussion, Q&A – Aylin Kalem, Burcu Halaçoğlu
16:00
Panel Session: "Contemporary and Independent Dance and Theatre Scene : A
Sectoral Analysis of Istanbul"
Zeynep Günsür, Ufuk Tan Altunkaya, Leman Yılmaz
17:00
Discussion
17:15
Coffee Break
17:30
Closing Speech – Aylin Kalem
Virtual and Poster Presentations
The Body-Space Interaction in Modern Dance – Seza Filiz (Virtual Presentation)
A three-dimensional contact improvisation: The potential of underwater rugby - Esen
Gökçe Özdamar (Poster Presentation)
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