CPRACSIS International Theatre Conference on Body, Space and Technology in Performance aims to examine the complex interrelationship between performing bodies and performance spaces in theatre in present time. It will attract activists, teachers, authors, performers, practitioners, and professionals in arts and culture across the globe. It will also attempt to theoretically locate technology within the purview of ‘performance’ and to interpret the practice of theatre in the context of technologies of self. The conference, with paper presentation, panel and roundtable discussions, will address questions of bodies in performance, performance spaces and technology and performance in all theatre forms and approaches such as contemporary performance art, classical theatres, folk performances, solo performances, community based theatres, puppetry, theatres of diaspora, political theaters, feminist and queer performances, dance and multimedia performances. CPRACSIS International Theatre Conference on Body, Space and Technology in Performance will have a special emphasis on Theatres in Asia in the context of technology and performance practice.
The targeted visitors at CPRACSIS International Theatre Conference on Body, Space and Technology in Performance 2010 are: Scholars, Students, Intellectuals, Activists, Teachers, Authors, Performers, Practitioners, and Professionals in Arts and Culture.