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Fast Forward Festival

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Fast Forward Festival
Πρωτοποριακό φεστιβάλ νέων τεχνολογιών, με παραστάσεις εντός και εκτός Στέγης.

Έξι παραστάσεις που έχουν θριαμβεύσει στις σκηνές του εξωτερικού έρχονται στη Στέγη, σε ένα φεστιβάλ που «μιλάει» σε όλες τις αισθήσεις.
 
Νέες τεχνολογίες, νέα μέσα, νέες φόρμες: το Fast Forward Festival, από τις 27 Απριλίου έως τις 11 Μαΐου, μας συστήνει το θέατρο του μέλλοντος μέσω των πολυμορφικών και υβριδικών παραστάσεων που φιλοξενεί, από διεθνώς καταξιωμένες ομάδες.

27 Απριλίου με 11 Μαϊου 2014
 


Αναλυτικό προγραμμα:

FFF | INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM:
Media, Politics, Performance:
The Role of Intermedial Theatre in the Public Sphere

Monday – May 5th
 
14:00 pm to 14:30 pm     WELCOME & INTRODUCTION 
 Katia Arfara (Onassis Cultural Centre)
 Aneta Mancewicz (University of Bedfordshire )
 Ralf Remshardt (University of Florida)      
 MAIN STAGE           
           
14:30 pm to 16:00 pm     PANEL  1      Intermediality, Theatricality, Performativity
Chair:  SAVVAS PATSALIDIS (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
Respondent:  ANDY LAVENDER (University of Surrey)
Chiel Kattenbelt (Utrecht University)
“Intermedial Theatre in a Mediatized Culture”

Jean-Marc Larrue (Université de Montréal)
“From Theatricality to Performativity to Theatricality: Intermediality as Politics”

Marcello Vitali-Rosati (Université de Montréal)
“Performance and Indecision: The Question of Freedom”

Simon Hagemann (University of La Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3)
“Political Strategies of Performance and Media Art in Digital Trans- and Posthumanist Culture”
      
 MAIN STAGE           
           
16:00 pm      COFFEE BREAK      
16:30 pm to 18:00 pm
MAIN STAGE

PANEL  2      Intermediality and Spectatorship
Chair: KATIA ARFARA (Onassis Cultural Centre)
Respondent: RALF REMSHARDT  (University of Florida)
Andy Lavender (University of Surrey)
”The Visible Voice (or, The Word Made Flesh): Political Presence and Performative Utterance in the Public Sphere”

Styliani Keramida (University of London)
“Intermedial Practices and Spectatorship: Prometheus in Athens by Rimini Protokoll”

Sigrid Merx (Utrecht University)
“Do We Agree on What We Think We See? Intermedial Confusion in Public Space in Dries Verhoeven’s Ceci N’est Pas”

Rosie Klich (University of Kent)
“Amplifying Sensory Spaces: The In and Out-Puts of Headphone Theatre”
      
           
Tuesday – May 6th
 
 09:30 am to 11:00 am     PANEL  3      Intermedial Narratives and/in Post-Human Landscapes
 Chair: MARINA KOTZAMANI (University of Peloponnese)
 Respondent: JOHAN CALLENS (Free University of Brussels)

Avra Sidiropoulou (Open University of Cyprus)
“Screens on Stage – Identities at Risk: Embracing Mediation in Postmodern Performance”

P.A. Skantze  (Roehampton University)
“Repeat Colonial, Fast Forward Rewind”

Eirini Nedelkopoulou  (York St John University)
“Performing Participation into the Open Air – KMA’s Congregation”

Kristof van Baarle  (Ghent University)
“Illusions of Dissensus and Consensus in Kris Verdonck’s M, a Reflection and ISOS”      
 UPPER STAGE           
           
 11:00 am      COFFEE BREAK      

11:30 pm to 13:00pm     PANEL  4      Intermediality, Activism and Social Media in the Post-Communist Era
Chair: ROSIE KLICH (University of Kent)
Respondent: ANETA MANCEWICZ (University of Bedfordshire)

Elena Marchevska  (London South Bank University)
“The One Who Sings, Means Well – The Politics of Self-Organised Choirs and Performative Street Actions in the Former Republic of Macedonia”

Olga Danylyuk  (University of London)
“Empire Strikes Back. The Failure of  ‘Colour Revolution’ Model in Ukraine, 2015”

Aksana Haiko
“The Beginning of Internet-Theatre in Belarus as Reaction to Censorship”

Riina Oruaas  (University of Tartu)
“Scenes of Crisis: “The Rise and Fall of Estonia” in Theatre NO99      
 UPPER STAGE           
           
           
13:00 pm      BREAK       
14:30 pm to 16:00 pm
UPPER STAGE

PANEL  5      Intermediality and "Live" Politics
Chair: CHIEL KATTENBELT (Utrecht University)
Respondent: SIGRID MERX (Utrecht University)

Karen Savage  (University of Lincoln)
“Covering the Coverage: Copying News and Performative Reporting”

Flora Pitrolo  (Roehampton University)
“Just a Little Bit: Some Notes on the Inhabitable Image”

Selby Wynn Schwartz (Columbia University)
“Acting In Concert: Well Contested Sites”

Paul Clarke (University of Bristol)
“Uninvited Guests’ Make Better Please: Profaning the News Media, Democratic Apparatus and Political Consensus”
      
 22:00 pm to 23:00 pm     PECHA KUCHA PRESENTATIONS  at CAMP ******
 Intermedial Artistic and Curatorial Practices
 Chairs: KATIA ARFARA, ANETA MANCEWICZ, RALF REMSHARDT
SimulActor
“Mediation – Intimidation”

Sozita Goudouna (University of London)
"Devised & Mediated Nature: Transitive Public Terrains And The Incursion Of Media Ecology"

Marta Keil (Polish Academy of Science's Art Institute)
"Curatorial Strategies In Contemporary Performing Arts in Europe. Curator as a Producer of Culture and a Significant Figure in the Processes of Contemporary Culture’s Creation in the Age of Late Capitalism in Europe after the Year 1989."

Christiana Galanopoulou (MIR festival artistic director)
"Art in the Public Space and Citizenship in Athens"

CLOSING REMARKS      
 CAMP
 Contemporary Meeting Point           
           
 * Pecha Kucha Presentations will be held exclusively in English.



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