Slowness and the Institution: Online Conversation Series

The Bureau of Noncompetitive Research along with the Art Education dept. and the Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance at Concordia University Present:
Slowness and the Institution: Doing Research Differently


The Bureau of Noncompetitive Research (Victoria Stanton and Stacey Cann) are hosting a conversation series, inviting scholars whose practices engage with facets of slow scholarship to discuss their research in the context of the academy, and how it might be applied to artistic processes within, and outside, the institution. Speaking with one person at a time, about one significant element in their work, the format of the series favours a slow, and expansive approach, offering a generous space of collective reflection—between our guest, the hosts, and the audience.
 
To receive the Zoom link please register on Eventbrite
 

••• September 29th, 7-8:30 pm
The Bureau of Noncompetitive Research (Victoria Stanton and Stacey Cann, Montreal, QC) discuss the series and the context from which it arises.
 
••• October 20th, 3-4:30 pm
Robert Luzar (Bath, UK)
Luzar’s artistic projects rethink the aesthetic qualities of a liberal-economic ideology that is experienced through labour, creative economy, race and identity, political demonstrations, and truth.
 
••• Nov 3rd, 7-8:30 pm
Alanna Thain (Montreal, QC)
Thain’s research addresses questions of time, embodiment, and media across contemporary cinema, dance, and performance.
 
••• Nov 24th, 3-4:30 pm
k.g. Guttman (Montreal, QC)
Guttman is a researcher and artist whose work considers territoriality discourse, choreographic practice, and site-situated installation.


****PLEASE NOTE****
Discussions are happening on Eastern Standard Time.

Ticket availability is capped at 125 participants (per discussion) and registration for each discussion will be closed one hour prior to start time (EST).
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With the support of the CSLP

Author: Victoria Stanton

Montreal-based performance artist, writer, and educator Victoria Stanton explores live action, human interaction, video, film, photography, and drawing.

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