[-empyre-] introducing Sarah Drury on Empyre for Week 4 of Critical Motion
rtf9 at cornell.edu
Tue May 26 10:55:26 EST 2009
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interruption but we are working on it. Here is the post that was sent
very early today. We will try again......
Many thanks to Johannes Birringer (Germany/UK) and Laura Cull (UK) for
leading week three of Critical Motion Practice and hoping that discussions
about soft materials and blending boundaries will continue this week. We
warmly welcome Sarah Drury as our guest moderator for week four. Sarah's
work combines the components of voice, movement, performance and more
recently performative interventions in disability studies. Sarah's
biography is below.
We are also thrilled that our other guests from former weeks have
continued to join in; Ashley Ferro-Murray (US), Erin Manning (Canada),
Stamatia Portanova (Italy/UK), Nora Zuniga Shaw (US), and Stelarc
We have heard from a number of new subscribers this month and are hoping
that those of you who are following the discussion will feel free to make
a post this week. For those of you interested in taking a look at the
entire archived empyre site go to
<https://lists.cofa.unsw.edu.au/pipermail/empyre>. You can arrange the
posts by date, author, thread or subject area.
Tim and I have just finished our semester and yesterday saw many of our
students graduate on an amazingly brilliant sunny day at Cornell. We were
struck at how successfully a huge institution could choreograph thousands
of people for three days of celebration and merriment. And now we can
settle into doing some choreographing ourselves for a productive summer.
Wishing all of you a restful and productive summer on this side of the
hemisphere and a good start to Winter Semester on the other side.
Renate and Tim
Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Art
Cornell University, Tjaden Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
Email: <rtf9 at cornell.edu>
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