In addition to co-curating and participating in SHUTTLE — a three-week mobile performance laboratory, with public presentations at Exploded View Gallery and the Tucson Museum of Art and daily praxis sessions at the PSi19 (Performance Studies international) conference at Stanford University — SoA Associate Professor Beth Weinstein presented, with live drawing and images,Choreographing Space, Structuring Dance in a curated panel "Event Space Now (& Then): Architectures (in & out) of Time" at PSi. Weinstein also presented a paper, Borrowed Space and Time, on the appropriation of other artists' work and their life stories as fodder for the making of performance works through collaborations between choreographers and architects.

Beth's presentation proposal has been chosen by a double-blind refereed jury for inclusion at theSEAM13 Symposium in Sydney this November. This year's focus is Authorship, Audience & Curation. Congratulations, Beth!


Wednesday, August 28, 2013 - 3:45pm