Performance and Discussion: MOVING MAD, QUEER, AND CRIP
February 28 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Performance and Discussion: MOVING MAD, QUEER, AND CRIP: ARTFUL RESEARCH, and LIVING
Danielle Peers, community organizer, artist, and a visiting professor in NYU Performance Studies, is an Assistant Professor at the Univ. of Alberta, and Director of the Media in Motion Lab.
Dr. Lindsay Eales disability scholar + founding Co-Artistic Director of CRIPSiE (the Collaborative Radically Integrated Performers Society in Edmonton), creating dance by/for people experiencing disability and their artistic and political allies for 12 years.
Lindsay and Danielle dance a quartet that embraces critical disability and Mad theory, spoken word, dance, and film, offering critical reflections on the generative possibilities of disability and madness in the arts
Discussion with: André Lepecki (Performance Studies) & Hentyle Yapp (Performance Studies, Art & Public Policy, Center for Disability Studies)
Co-Sponsors: Depts. of Art & Public Policy, Performance Studies; Hemispheric Institute for Performance & Politics