Being Seen, Being Heard:
A One-Day Symposium
Sun 27 Nov 10.30am | £30/£20 (students) Registration fee includes refreshments, lunch and a ticket to Thelma Bonavita’s EuSou Uma Fruta Gogoia (I am a Gogoia Fruit).
A full day of papers, panels, breakout sessions, long tables and debates.
Being Seen, Being Heard brings together artists, scholars, and curators to explore the ways in which all three are active in shaping the contexts in which artistic work is produced and experienced: that is, how it is seen and how it is heard. How do we decide who gets a voice? How can we influence what is perceived as political? How do new networks and communities take a form? Participants will include John McGrath (National Theatre Wales and author of Loving Big Brother: Performance, Privacy, and Surveillance Space) and Brazilian artists Thelma Bonavita and Gustavo Ciriaco.
Symposium co-ordinated by Theron Schmidt: firstname.lastname@example.org For full details of the day visit chelseatheatre.org.uk
- Gustavo Ciriaco
- Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- Rio de Janeiro. I am a performing artist and art maker coming from dance. I love to dialogue with the historical, material and affective context we are immersed in any given situation. As art form, my work goes from multimedia stage conceptual work to convivial and open-air pieces. It strikes me the awareness and fictions arising from the sublime of daily situations, its materiality, the reference points that we cling to and build up our relation to reality and how meaning grows from this. contacts: email@example.com | firstname.lastname@example.org