On November 16th, SoA Associate Professor Beth Weinstein will be co-presenting a performative paper, “Shuttling: conditioning, co-creating, situating," at SEAM 2013 in Sydney, Australia, with Dr. Mick Douglas (RMIT University, Melbourne) and Dr. James Oliver (University of Melbourne). See the full program here

Condensed  Abstract: How might acts of curating, authoring and ‘audiencing’ open up to the dynamic flux of participatory creative processes? How might creative practices extend beyond human agency to explore how non-human and elemental forces contribute to performative encounters?  This presentation unfolds a multi-writer/reader text in three movements that elaborate (I) conditioning, (II) co-creating, and (III) situating.


She has also been invited to chair a session at SEAM on the topic of  "Legacies."
In further Weinstein news, The Collaborative Legacy of Merce Cunningham exhibition will be on view at to the Ecole Nationale Superieur d' Architecture de Clermont-Ferrand, in central France, November 18 - Dec 7, 2013!
Wednesday, November 13, 2013 - 11:15am