Finally! A video lecture from Day 3 of the symposium, with the theme of ‘Healing Place’. A video lecture by Dr. Cathy Fitzgerald, independent artist, and currently a research scholar at the NUI Galway Moore Institute’s Tim Robinson Archive is now available: ‘Entering the Symbiocene: A Transversal Ecosophy-Action Research Framework to Reverse Silent Spring’. Enjoy! … More Day 3 Video Lecture by Cathy Fitzgerald
Our keynote lecture on 14 October 2016, by Professor Mindy Fullilove, Dept. of Urban Policy and Health at The New School is now available: ‘Serial Forced Displacements in the American City’. Her discussion of what makes healthy urban communities is even more timely than ever. Please share widely.
Nessa Cronin, NUI Galway Centre for Irish Studies, video lecture now available: ‘Iarsma: Reflections on Performing the Tim Robinson Archive’. To see the entire video of the Performing Landscapes Collective’s artists’ ‘Fragments in an Archive’ performance (dance, music, video, spoken word) on 29 June 2016 in Galway, go to: https://vimeo.com/177667932/775452859b.
In addition to watching Fearghus’, video lecture ‘Bare Bodies: The Casement Project as a Choreography of Visibility’, you will enjoy this beautiful short dance film that is available on ARTE until July 2018 that is also part of The Casement Project. The film ‘explores the life of British knight, Irish rebel and international humanitarian, Roger Casement. Shot … More I’m Roger Casement: Short film by Fearghus Ó Conchúir
A new video lecture is available by Gerry Kearns, Maynooth University, Department of Geography on: ‘Sorted Dublin: 1840-2016’. From 17 October 2016, Day 1: Session ‘Sorted Cities’
Video lectures and presentations from the ‘Mapping Spectral Traces 8: The Place of the Wound’ symposium will soon be available! These will be posted on the Programme page as they become ready, so watch this space! A publication based upon MST8 is also in the works. Please enjoy the two following videos from Day 2: Living … More MST8 Video Presentations Now Available!
Fearghus Ó Conchúir, choreographer and dance artist, IRC Fellow at Maynooth Geography and Project Arts, and director of The Casement Project, shares his reflections about the ‘place of the wound’ in Ireland and ‘mapping spectral traces’. Photography Matthew Thompson, courtesy of the artist. As a choreographer, my particular attention has been to the formation of individual … More Choreography as Map-Making: Transforming Difficult Pasts through Dance