Performance / Exile / Heritage - Symposium: Theatre, Youth, Trauma and Europe in Crisis
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‘Performance / Exile / Heritage’, undertaken in collaboration with Pascal Theatre Company (PTC) (London) and Coburg University (Germany), aims to respond to hidden and reluctant histories of persecution and exile through visual and performative means. It examines historical entanglements at a time when contemporary migration and refuge increasingly put western colonial histories into question, and seeks new affective/embodied modes of remembrance and re-discovery. The output ONE LOST STONE (2020) exemplifies the probing of affective/ embodied and choreo-visual practices in response to the histories of marginalised Jewish communities and heritage in the UK.
This item contains a flyer for the Symposium "Theatre, Youth, Trauma and Europe in Crisis" which is contextualising information for this collection.
Symposium on performance activism & cultural trauma, coordinated by T.Kampe and Laura Purcell-Gates in association with ‘David Glass Ensemble’( DGE). Launch of the ‘AB Project’ of DGE on reluctant history of neo-Nazi murders in Norway. Bath Spa University - 25/06/2016
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