10 August 2012
Site Specific Performance in Glasgow
The summer school will be a practical and extended site specific performance and technology workshop. It aims to explore performance identity through the body, architectural space and technology.
Throughout the intensive study you will explore and respond creatively to the magnificent architecture in the city of Glasgow; its buildings, streets, parks and monuments, all as potential sites for performance, both live and recorded.
Throughout the summer school you will be supported by dynamic and experienced director, Dr Anna Birch.
Students will be invited to engage with various forms of digital media platforms including video, sound, Skype, stills and video cameras, projection, navigation tools, phone and mobile apps, as well as found space in and around Glasgow.
As a collaborative company you will create a mix of both live and recorded performance installations.
A full course outline can be found on our website.
Dr Anna Birch
Anna is a Research Lecturer at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
She is Artistic Director and founder member of Fragments and Monuments performance and film company.
This five-day intensive summer school is designed for under- and postgraduate students, teachers and experienced multi-disciplinary performance and production artists wishing to explore new ways of working creatively, collaboratively and with new digital media.
By the end of the course students should have:
• explored the integration of digital technologies into your theatre practice
• created a short, cross-disciplinaryperformance installation piece
• explored the relationship between the body, space and design in a theatrical context
• developed your identity as a contemporary live and digital performer or producer of work
GBP 450: 50% payment is required to book a place.