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Performance / Exile / Heritage - "Beyond Forgetting 1938 - 2018: Persecution/Exile/Memory" - International Symposium Website

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posted on 2021-03-24, 20:07 authored by Thomas Kampe

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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 link to a website (hosted externally), detailing the "Beyond Forgetting" symposium held on the 27th & 28th of July 2018.

Coburg, Germany: 27th & 28th of July 2018.
Curated by T. Kampe & Prof G. Kampe (Coburg University of Applied Arts)
With presenters from Germany, UK, The USA, Israel, Iran, Morocco. Convenors T.& G. Kampe; Julia Pascal (UK), Gaby Aldor (IS), Sophie Dixon (UK),Stephen Tiller (UK), Brahim Benmoh (Mor), Bahar Majdzadeh ( Iran), Yehuda Sharim (US), Miriam Yahil-Wax (IS), Richard White (UK), Stefan v.Borstel (D), Andreas Koop (D), Madene Shachar (IS), Matt Emeny ( UK), Pelin Celik (D), F.E.E.L. Effekt (D) and design students of Coburg University and University of Technology and Science Berlin. Showing ‘Punti di Fuga’ film.