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A Flesh Word I A Blood Word: Lecture & Panel Discussion with Julie Vulcan & Uros Cvoro

Photo credit: Julie Vulcan Text credit: adapted from Lena Constante

A Flesh Word I A Blood Word: Lecture & Panel Discussion with Julie Vulcan & Uros Cvoro

Event dates

Friday, 5 June, 2015

Opening

5 June 2015 - 12:00pm

Event times

Wednesday: 5 August 2015, 12:00-1:00pm

FREE ENTRY, RSVP Essential niea@unsw.edu.au

In relation to their performance and installation work RIMA by SQUIDSILO at the Blackbox on Thursday 6 August, Julie Vulcan and Ashley Scott discuss the three-year journey of RIMA - how ideas, research and physical action can change the intensity and the commitment to the original idea. A Flesh Word | A Blood Word is borrowed from the autobiographical writing of Lena Constante – a Romanian artist and political prisoner during the 50’s and 60’s. It has come to symbolise an element of the journey of body, words and space - from the mind, to the flesh, to the blood and back again.

Working with details from her research into political prisoners in solitary confinement, Vulcan developed a number of physical responses, which complement and underlie the text explored in RIMA. The durational part of the work makes explicit strategies for survival within an interminable passing of time.

The panel discussion with Julie Vulcan and Ashley Scott is led by Uros Cvoro, joined by CCAP researchers Timothy Gregory, Rochelle Haley and Astrid Lorange

RIMA by SQUIDSILO and A Flesh Word | A Blood Word are part of the CCAP program.

Location

EG02 Lecture Theatre
UNSW Art & Design
Corner of Oxford St and Greens Rd
Paddington NSW 2021 

People

Julie Vulcan
Ashley Scott
Uros Cvoro
Tim Gregory
Rochelle Haley
Astrid Lorange