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  • Emergenc(i)es – Info

    Emergenc(i)es   6-17 June 2016, Trinity Centre, Trinity Rd, Bristol, BS2 0NW.   Two weeks of workshops, screenings, performances, thinking, art and discussions will create time and space to diagnose, explore and understand the world we live in. The full, and up to date programme, can be accessed here.   All sessions at Emergenc(i)es are free to attend,…

  • Daniel Ross Interview – Transcript

    In November 2015 I had the good fortune to spend an afternoon with Daniel Ross. Some of you may know Daniel as translator of Bernard Stiegler’s work, or in his capacity as co-producer/ director of the epic philosophical ‘videofilm’ The Ister. We recorded the conversation as an interview, and I am delighted to publish the…

  • News Update!

    I had some exciting news last week. Arts Council granted funding to support a tour of free improvisation trio Les Diaboliques in November 2016. As part of the project I will also create an archival blog that will include scans of material from the artists’ archives. This will be launched end of June. Full details…

  • Who cares for the feminist archive?

    I submitted the text below to a special issue of Feminist Media Studies but they didn’t want it because it wasn’t quite right for them. I don’t know if I can be bothered to re-work it as a normal essay so I’m publishing it here! With the very real threats to the security of London’s…

  • Emergenc(i)es – 6-17 June 2016

    Emergenc(i)es Control and Calculation : Inheriting Liberation : Improvised Publics 6-17 June 2016, Trinity Centre, Trinity Rd, Bristol, Avon BS2 0NW Emergenc(i)es will explore how the emergence of alternative social possibilities has become an emergency in our current historical moment. Performance, education activities, visual art, screenings, installations, workshops and a library-cum-pharmacy will examine how we…

  • Music, Pedagogy and Community – 5 March

    On 5 March 2016 Maggie Nicols and I are doing a joint performance at the Music, Pedagogy and Community conference in Cardiff. You can buy tickets here. Our performance is called Practices of Freedom / Healing (Gendered) Wounds. Below is some writing I may use within the performance. Maggie will also present some of her…

  • bellies! perform with Frankie Armstrong 12 March

    The next bellies! show will be a special one. We are performing with Frankie Armstrong and her troupe of singers, Variegated Women, on Saturday 12 March at the Folk House, Bristol. Tickets will be sold on the door, £8 / £12 concessions. The gig will be a kind of International Women’s Day celebration. If you…

  • Feminism, Temporalities, Transmission: A Reading Event

    To celebrate the publication of Dr Sam McBean’s Feminism’s Queer Temporalites (Routledge, 2015), Dr Victoria Browne’s Feminism, Time and Non-Linear History (Palgrave, 2014) and Dr Deborah Withers’s Feminism, Digital Culture and the Politics of Transmission: Theory, Practice and Cultural Heritage (Rowman Littlefield International, 2015) Sam, Victoria and I held a reading event at the Stuart Hall…

  • bellies! show Friday 11 December

    bellies! are playing with Witching Waves, Rattle and Pinot Grigio at Roll for the Soul, Bristol, this Friday 11 December! This is the poster…

  • Learning, Transforming, Technique II 8-11 April 2016

    Learning, Transforming, Technique II 8-11 April 2016 Melin Dolwion, Drefach Felindre In April 2015 Create-Ahh organised an experimental event where educators, scholars, performers and activists came together to share learning techniques and test out new ideas. The event was an amazing success. You can read a review, written by one of the participants, here. Participants supported…