Wednesday, October 17, 2012
12:00 – 1:00 pm
This is an invitation to a site-specific performance that questions our relation to knowledge, the institution, and the city. You will be led to a specific Concordian space and will not be sitting, so please wear comfortable shoes. Participants should gather at the elevator lobby on the engineering side of the 14th floor of the of the EV building. Please arrive ON TIME.
Mélanie Binette: Paths to Knowledge
How do the body, the imagination and memory interact with each other to build the spectator’s experience during a site-specific performance? How do we attend to the world in the context of reception? And how is it possible to evaluate experience, which can be singular and communal all at once? I would like to find some resonance to these questions during a discussion after the performance.
Mélanie Binette is an MA student in the Individualized Program, as well as director of a site-specific theatre company called Théâtre Nulle Part.