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#Announcement – Speaking at Brock University in May

I am please to announce that I will be speaking at the Film Studies of Canada‘s annual conference during the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. This will be taking place at Brock University in St. Catherines, Ontario from … Continue reading

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#Abstract – Choreographing For the Vortical: McLaren and Lambart’s “Lines Horizontal”

This should be the last abstract I am writing for 2013. This proposal is for the Film Studies Association of Canada‘s annual conference that will take place at Brock University in St. Catherines, Ontario at the end of May. Here … Continue reading

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# SIMONDON /// Episode 07: The Individuation of Bodying: Simondon as Read by Erin Manning

Originally posted on The Funambulist:
One Flat Thing Reproduced by Choreographer William Forsythe (2008)  /// Photograph by Michel Cavalca A few months ago, I presented the work of dancer/philosopher Erin Manning and her book, Relationscape (MIT Press, 2009) through a…

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Channel Surf – A Call for Participation

The Department of Biological Flow has put out a call for participation for their research-creation event called Channel Surf, which will be taking place on the Rideau Canal in Ontario, Canada some time in the early summer of 2015. This … Continue reading

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Compiling an Index: More-than Names and Nouns

Last year Erin Manning hired me to compile the index for her now recently published book Always More Than One: Individuation’s Dance. (You can find a preview section of the book here.) I had never made an index for a … Continue reading

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Film & Video Collaborations

I have just added seven new videos to my Films & Videos page. Six of these works were made in collaboration with others. The seventh work was a solo effort. The three of the collaborative works and the solo piece, … Continue reading

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The Pacific Garbage Patch: An Accumulation of Accidents

I found this paper I presented three years ago at Performance Studies International 15 on my hard drive about the nonhuman performance the Pacific Ocean has been conducting for decades we call the Pacific Garbage Patch. After reading again, I am … Continue reading

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