Lectures on Mobility

Three Lectures on Mobility

The Atelier Who am I? An exploration of how artistic identity is maintained in a nomadic life focused on the professional dance practitioner informing by questions around identity, mobility and migration. The aim was to explore, from different perspectives, how the identity of the artists is constructed and maintained in a climate where mobility is necessary for the creative process and the professional practice.

Here below are three keynotes and lectures recorded during the event.

Keynote by Guy Cools

Dr. Guy Cools is a dramaturge, dance critic, and curator. His latest book is In-between Dance Cultures: on the migratory artistic identity of Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Akram Khan (Valiz 2015).

Keynote by Jennifer Roche

Dr. Jennifer Roche is Lecturer in Dance at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. Her latest work is Multiplicity, Embodiment and the Contemporary Dancer; Moving Identities (Palgrave Macmillan 2015).

Lecture demo by the Canadian artist Meagan O’Shea

Meagan O’Shea (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) is a contemporary dance-theatre artist creating, performing, teaching and facilitating creative work across Canada and internationally.

Find out more about her work here: standupdance.com