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SPILL Symposium - Session 8 and Closing Discussion

Artist/Author: Helen Marriage, Robert Pacitti, Mike Smith, Mike Christie and Lois Weaver | Reference: D0739 | Type: DVD

Talking about it: the development of new contexts, new languages, and new cultural frameworks?

SPILL Symposium - Session 7

Artist/Author: Louise Jeffreys, Lyn Gardner, Lois Weaver | Reference: D0738 | Type: DVD

Talking about it: the development of new contexts, new languages, and new cultural frameworks?

SPILL Symposium - Sessions 5 & 6

Artist/Author: Tilman Broszat, Angharad Wynne-Jones, Rose Fenton, Phelim McDertmott | Reference: D0737 | Type: DVD

What kind of models exist, or might exist, that can respond to the kind of touring work that changes and evolves as it moves from location to location, context to context, and constituency to constituency. Creating equitable and reciprocal dialogues, networks and resources amongst artists and producers, and exploring the responsibilities of artists and producers to the contexts they are working within.

SPILL Symposium - Session 4

Artist/Author: Simon Casson, Marisa Carnesky, Judith Knight and Stella Hall | Reference: D0734 | Type: DVD

The locations, contexts and discourses these kinds of practices can occupy and activate.

SPILL Symposium - Session 3

Artist/Author: Hannah Hurtzig, Greg Whelan, Karena Johnson and Stella Hall | Reference: D0733 | Type: DVD

The ideas and experiences this kind of work can offer and the kinds of audiences can it offer them to.

SPILL Symposium - Session 2

Artist/Author: Tom Trevor, Claire Macdonald and Leslie Hill | Reference: D0732 | Type: DVD

The significance and cultural value of experimental theatre and performance practices, their relation to other disciplines and potential to affect cultural change.

SPILL Symposium - Session 1

Artist/Author: Cindy Oswin, Adrian Heathfield and Clare Macdonald | Reference: D0731 | Type: DVD

The range of lineages and ideas which inform and shape contemporary radical theatre and performance making.