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Menstruating Together In Theatres And Tents And Other Unlikely Locations
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 - 18:45
Live artist Marisa Carnesky explores how the practice as research performance project Incredible Bleeding Woman came together and the process involved behind the show. Themes of menstrual synchronicity, re-inventing menstrual rituals and popular cultural representations of menstruation in horror film will be explored. In this lecture, Marisa will also show footage from the performance project including new original films of performers from the work and tell stories of the experience of touring, running workshops and presenting versions of the work in London, Croatia, Finland, Australia and Scotland and talk about the future plans of the project.
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Among the Altai Urianghai people in a rural district of western Mongolia’s Hovd province, musical knowledge, practice and performance are means through which people engage with overlapping historical influences, create and maintain different cultural traditions and attempt to ensure good future outcomes. This talk will explore how musical knowledge is an important, highly valued resource, leading to performers being highly venerated. Musical performance becomes an ethical practice, one that is collectively shared although key custodians hold individual responsibilities. In this talk, I will ask how understandings of value can move beyond economics to encompass shared cultural resources of other kinds, along with their esoteric potential. I will also explore how the moral musical practice of Altai Urianghai performers engages with national discussions and delineations of contemporary Mongolian culture.