• 'Our Palaces of the Intestines' at Queering Ritual, York St John University, 4 November 2017

    'Our Palaces of the Intestines' will be my provocation for Queering Ritual at York St John University on Saturday 4 November 2017.

    Other provocations in the form or interforms of live performance, poetry, electronic writing, real-time media, film, participatory event, academic paper, experimental lecture, or other, will be by Nathan Walker, Cassandra Davis, Fulla Abdul-Jabbar, Sebastian H W, Lucy Cash, Crisis and Denial, Liesl King, Amble Skuse, Louie Jenkins, Virginia Kennard, Alexandros Papadopoulos, Jessica Worden.

    The provocations were proposed with the term Queering Ritual in mind either together as a phrase, or separately Queering/Ritual. The provocations will be shared by those interested in performance making and/or composition/intertextual/intermedia practices and from both makers and theorists.

    We identify with the term queering ritual in relation to a fluid heterogeneous attitude toward performance making and the practice and aesthetics of contemporary, multidisciplinary performance work. Queering ritual is also a lens in which to think through the composition of materials to create hybrid, subversive, augmented and indeterminate bodies, subjects, and territories.

    Queering Ritual on Friday 3 November 2017 will include performances by ATOM-r (Anatomical Theatres of Mixed Reality), Gary Winters and Claire Hind (Gary and Claire), and Saturday 4 November will include keynote by Roberta Mock (Professor, Performance Studies, University of Plymouth) followed by invited provocations on the theme. Chaired by Dr Kimberly Campanello.

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