Modes of Capture Symposium 2020 Irish World Academy, University of Limerick, Liz Roche Company and Dublin Dance Festival
Fri 29 & Sat 30 May, 10am – 5:30pm (GMT+1)
29 May—30 May
Dance Transmission Across Distance & Time: Addressing our dynamic dancing present in relation to our shared lineages and possible futures.↓ Read more
Dublin Dance Festival is delighted to partner with The Irish World Academy, University of Limerick and Liz Roche Company to bring you the Modes of Capture Symposium 2020. This year, the symposium explores how dance artists exchange knowledge and experiences across extended networks and through multiple generations that span distance and time. It asks how we might reimagine ways of artistic exchange and how we think about legacy and connection in light of current social and environmental realities.
Curators Jenny Roche and Liz Roche, have brought together a group of remarkable local and international dance artists, practitioners and scholars for the two-day event. They will be sharing their work through a series of recorded presentations, live streamed discussions, workshops and movement/performance responses.
Symposium themes include:
- How do we embody and transmit movement legacies from dancer to dancer and from generation to generation?
- What are the knowledges honed through dancing practices and how can we bring them to light?
- How might we reimagine ways of artistic exchange in an uncertain future where international travel may become increasingly restricted due to shifting borders, climate change and other global issues?
We have commissioned 12 presentations and 12 movement responses so for every word spoken there will be an equivalent in movement.
DAY ONE: Fri 29 May
Rebecca Hilton, Professor of Choreography for the research area SITE EVENT ENCOUNTER at the Stockholm University of the Arts
Glenna Batson, Independent Lecturer, Researcher, Mentor and Performer & Susan Sentler, Dance Artist & Lecturer at LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
John Jasperse, Co-Founder of CPR—Center for Performance Research in Brooklyn, New York & Director of Dance at Sarah Lawrence College; Jodi Melnick, Dancer & Choreographer; and Rebecca Hilton
Ursula Robb, Freelance Dancer, Teacher & Rehearsal Director & Mark Lorimer, Freelance Dancer, Choreographer, Teacher & Rehearsal Director
Jools Gilson, Artist, Scholar & Broadcaster & Philip Connaughton, Choreographer & Dancer
Fearghus O'Conchuir: Choreographer, Dance Artist & Artistic Director
DAY TWO: Sat 30 May
Sarah Cerneaux, Dancer & Teacher
Alys Longley, Interdisciplinary Artist, Associate Professor in the Dance Studies Programme at the University of Auckland & Máximo Corvalán-Pincheira, Interdisciplinary Artist
Siobhan Davies, Choreographer & Dancer, Artistic Director Siobhan Davies Dance UK in conversation with Liz Roche
Charles Koroneho, Choreographer and Head of Contemporary Dance UNITEC, Institute of Technology Auckland
Carol Brown, Choreographer & Dancer, Head of Dance & Professor of Choreography at VCA, University of Melbourne
Finola Cronin, Dancer, Choreographer, Co-Head of Drama Studies & Director of the MA in Theatre Practice at UCD & Paul White, Freelance Dancer, Choreographer & Teacher
Theo Clinkard, Choreographer, Dancer, Associate Artist at Brighton Dome, Dance4 & Honorary Fellow at Plymouth University
Movement responses taking place over the two days by dance artists and choreographers:
Anne-Laure Dogot with José Paulo dos Santos
Alex Iseli & Jazmin Chiodi
There will also be a series of presentations/updates available on the website by some of our Modes of Capture 2019 presenters and speakers.
For further information, visit modesofcapturesymposium.org
The Symposium is made possible through IntraSpaces, a creative partnership between Liz Roche Company and The Irish World Academy, University of Limerick, with support from Dublin Dance Festival as part of the DDF Digital Capsule.
Modes of Capture 2020 is curated by Dr Jenny Roche (Course Director of the MA in Contemporary Dance at the Irish World Academy, University of Limerick) and Liz Roche (Choreographer and Artistic Director Liz Roche Company).
During this unprecedented period of physical distancing, DDF is actively committed to supporting dance artists and the wider performing arts sector. We would be extremely grateful for your financial support. Large or small, your donation will make a big difference, enabling us to continue sharing dance and supporting artists, as we plan for the time when we can bring you live performance again.Make a donation