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Eugénie Pastor: Connecting through live performance: an artist-researcher's perspective Fri Nov 8 12 - 3 PM

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Eugénie Pastor: Connecting through live performance: an artist-researcher's perspective Fri Nov 8 12 - 3 PM

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About the Talk:

Eugénie Pastor is a researcher and artist who makes performance across a variety of mediums and formats. She uses live music, voice, movement, multi-tasking in projects that range from one-to-one performances to large-scale experimental gig-theatre pieces. At the heart of her practice is an aim to interrogate and explore how we can connect to one another through live performance, and how this can provide a framework for interrogating ideas of agency, consent, collaboration, intimacy.

These questions are also used as a starting point for a new research creation collaboration with Michael Bergmann that looks at the intersections between one-on-one performance, intimacy in performance and Virtual Reality. Eugénie will also present the outcome of their five day residency in this talk.

About the Speaker:

Eugénie Pastor is an artist, performer, musician and theatre-maker based in London. She is a Drama and Performance lecturer at London South Bank University.

She is an Associate Artist at Little Bulb Theatre and co-artistic director of She Goat, a Franglais performance duo who like extravagant multi-tasking, mucking around with gender, and playing live music on stage.

Eugénie also develops her own solo work, including the one-on-one performance Pube.

Her work has been shown at Battersea Arts Centre, Soho Theatre, National Theatre, Salzburg Festival, Brisbane Festival, Southbank Centre among others. She has a PhD in Drama and Theatre Studies from Royal Holloway
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