Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Research performance by Dr. Jem Kelly

Our very own Dr. Jem Kelly will hold a scratch performance of his new work
Phantoms of the Aperture
Tuesday 31 March, 6.30pm
Drama Studio 1
Bucks New University, 
High Wycombe

In this 20-minute test-bed performance, which will be followed by a brief discussion, Jem will use old photographs of his father, Edward Kelly, and live video footage of himself to expose the impossibility of remembering accurately.
The performance is free and will be followed by a brief discussion.

Phantom of the Aperture is a practice as research performance interrogating the ontology of the photograph when used as a component of live performance and will also be staged at Manchester Metropolitan University on Wednesday 1 April as part of a New Technologies for Theatre research symposium.

Dr. Jem Kelly is senior lecturer on the BA (sons) Performing Arts Course and course leader of the MA in Performing Arts

to find out more about Dr. Jem Kelly and his work, click on link below

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