Paper with dance/film extracts exploring mobility as a dynamic continuum of densities.
A social event involving shared ceramics and refreshments reflecting upon the 10-minute workplace tea break
O-T-D is an encounter between asylum-seeker artists and people in the societies they reach.
A sculptural overlay punctuating motion pathways built into the interiors of cultural institutions.
The intersections of performance, disaster, and resilience.
The significance of staging Shakespeare in the Pacific
This paper looks at recent projection works of Kris Verdonck in terms of his framing of immobility.
Mapping responses to local Indigenous stories, spatial narratives, & sites of cultural significance.
A landscape protagonist, a (mostly) self-guided tour, a collection.
A responsive, time-based, narrative experience that moves across media, bodies and technologies.
A panel discussion about art, disability, and the role of aesthetic experimentation.
The elision between place and a person.
A Performative Lecture on Migrant Mobilities.
An overview of the Tour of All Tours, its principles, delivery and reception in Europe and Asia.
Mobile public gestures escape categorisation and challenge ideas.
A paper discussing blind people guiding a sighted audience to explore visual art experiences.
An exploration of 'unsteady' cultural belonging.
The unbearable heaviness of mobility.
Means of shaping experiences of transit and making passage.
Community, diversity and mobility in Rimini Protokoll's '100% Melbourne' and rawcus' 'Catalogue'.
An experimental dance project exploring ‘trans-nationalism’
Theatre in the age of smartphones.
An installation responding to Kim Donaldson’s 'From the Lecture - A Reminder of Life' (1996)
A dialogue with Iranian asylum seekers and refugee artists on their making a film in Melbourne.
A paper exploring the Playback Theatre of 'Freedom Bus' traversing the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
A silent, creative practice research situation
Gardening with Intermediate Bulk Containers and geo-locative, online networks
A performance score/workshop about moving along paths different to our habitual ones.
A presentation discussing the non-translatable in relation to choreographic practice.
Interrogates the labour and mobility of an invisible female body through a durational performance.
Listening is considered as activism where radio amplifies the sounds of ephemeral social networks.
An examination of stasis and movement in Version 1.0's performance of 'The Disappearances Project'.
Screening of Performance Art in the Natural Environment
Performances of cargo and the material unconscious of global economy.
A summary of a recent research project exploring disability, sustainability and resilience.
Text as a mobile and transmutable entity in a fluid relationship between performers and audience.
Performances uttering distances between body, astronomic, geologic and atmospheric events.
A paper discussing performances that highlight socially produced immobilities.
A reflection on the experiences of performance scholars working internationally.
Context and reflections on bit-u-men-at-work.
A performance paper on motion and stillness, time and travel – on a train.
Performance installation for two people to explore balance through a movement to sound jam.
An artists’ roundtable exploring the role of travel in the practice of making performance.
Rehearsing Catastrophe: on play and possibility.
Performance design within a globalised condition of proliferating borders.
A wander up Edgars Creek in Coburg North with Karina Quinn.
A collaborative performance following the mobility of carbon from coal and forest to fire and power.
The rise of interplanetary performance.
The notion of legibility is explored in relation to the city and its publics.
A paper on affective labour in contemporary art practice and global presentation.
an alternative register, a record of language, an account of names.
Questioning where we walk and whose footsteps we follow...
This paper focuses on the body as the ‘invisible heart’ of Minimalism.
This paper will highlight the possibilities of working with moving screens and mobile audiences.
The performative power of image-making and image-viewing
A slow observational walk down Swanston Street, visually translating public sculptures.
Multimedia presentation of a 400-day research-performance on bicycles, documenting free food.
Performance for an audience of 10 forging a path between identities, places and states of awareness