From Jimmy to Jerk, from Taylor Mac to Tanya Tagaq, PuSh performances over the years have offered various presentations of the human voice. Drawing on their practice-based research in sensory ethnography, theatre studies, Indigenous studies and ethnomusicology, panelists discuss what it means to make oneself heard in and through performance.
Dara Culhane, professor of anthropology, SFU
Virginie Magnat, associate professor of creative and critical studies, UBC Okanagan
Dylan Robinson, assistant professor & Canada Research Chair in Indigenous arts, Queen’s University
Critical Ideas is a new initiative with SFU’s Institute for Performance Studies to bring together artists, critics and scholars in a series of critical conversations on formal, social and ideological issues affecting performance practice and reception today. Moderated by Peter Dickinson.
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