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Outside Looking In

Presented by:
ResCen, Centre for Research into Creation in the Performing Arts,Middlesex University

Book your place for the ResCen evening seminar ( Free )

or day workshops (£10 ) ...or both!

Places booking up now!

See below for full details. Book on-line at www.rescen.net or contact Natalie Daniel at rescen@mdx.ac.uk 020 8411 6288


'Outside Looking In'

Wednesday 15 June 2005

ResCen presents:

Day Event 11.30am – 5.30pm: £10 including lunch

Evening Event 6.00pm – 8.00pm: FREE

Venue:Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1 , [nearest tube: Holborn] www.conwayhall.org.uk


Day Event Details: (£10 including lunch)

This is a series of workshops, discussions and presentations that are led by each of the ResCen Research Associate Artists.

Each of the sessions allows participants an inside look into a key area of the Artists’ artistic and creative practice.

11.30am – 12.00 Noon - Registration / Welcome

Session 1: 12.00 Noon—1.30pm

‘Movement twisters, knots and puzzles’

an open rehearsal led by choreographer Rosemary Lee with dancer Henrietta Hale


a presentation by Ghislaine Boddington and Armand Terruli of material from

their recent telematic and remote connection work

1.30pm – 2.30pm - Lunch

Session 2: 2.30—3.15pm


a workshop demonstration with choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh and dancers

Rathi Govindarajoo and Navala Chaudhari

‘The Outer Limits’

a podium conversation with Graeme Miller and playwright and actor, Tyrone


Session 3: 3.30—5.30pm

‘Engaging with Absence’

a discussion and demonstration led by Richard Layzell with

Research Fellow Joshua Sofaer.

‘Instant Composing’

a hands on workshop with composer Errollyn Wallen and cellist Sarah



Evening Event Details: (FREE)

Presentation of a paper ‘Intuition and craft: an eyewitness account’ by Professor Chris Bannerman

with Rosemary Lee and Graeme Miller. This will be followed by further discussion and debate with all of the Research

Associate Artists.

8.00pm onwards Refreshments


ResCen would like to acknowledge the investment and

involvement of NESTA, the National Endowment for

Science, Technology and the Arts, in this seminar.

NESTA, the National Endowment for Science, Technology

and the Arts, invests in innovation and works to improve the

climate for creativity in the UK. www.nesta.org.uk

You are advised that these events will be recorded and documented for academic and non-commercial purposes, and your contribution may be included.

Please note that the use of photographic or recording equipment is not permitted


ResCen Associate Artists | talks | www


Date and Time:

15 June 2005 at 11:30 am


Full Day



Middlesex University
Bramley Road
N14 4YZ
+44 20 84 11 62 88

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£10 for day, free for evening

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