Our award winning short-film was premiered at Culture Night 2017, at the IRC showcase taking place at the Boston College, in St. Stephen’s Green. The screening was introduced by a talk offered by me and Shane, where we presented artistic processes leading to the making of our 11.57-minute long film: here are some pictures from […]
Neither (I nor Not I), our short-film based on the one-woman opera Neither by Morton Feldman and Samuel Beckett, is the second output of my IRC funded project ‘En-Gendering Monodrama’. Our production was awarded funding from the Short-Grass short-film award of the Kildare County Council. The film showcases our original adaptation of the score, realized […]
I am happy to be launching today my Embodied Monologues Research Series hosted by Maynooth University and taking place in different institutions across Ireland. Embodied Monologues seeks to generate responses and challenges to the idea of solo or ‘mono’ performance. What, it asks, is the role of the intertextual, the multimedial, the intercorporeal in this mode […]
I have a fond memory of my mission to Harvard University to deliver my conference paper on Neither at the ACLA conference. Not only I got to see the estimated colleagues who organized my seminar session, in particular, my brilliant friend musicologist Jason D’Aoust, but I got to meet new people, and to share my research with a very […]
My paper on Morton Feldman’s Neither was selected to feature at the American Comparative Literature Association Conference at Harvard University.
Douglas and I performed Lecture Recital during the Biennial International Conference “Music Since 1900” at Liverpool Hope University. Our lecture recital was the result of many months of work on materials related to Recital I , a short snippet of which was also featured in our presentation. In particulr, I worked on the musicological background researching […]