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King's College London

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WC2R 2LS

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A one-day symposium on protest, performance and the law

Keynote Speaker : Jennifer Doyle

PANEL :

State : Theatricality : Disruption

Sita Balani - Notes on Direct Action

Caoimhe Mader McGuinness: Protesting Exhibit B in St Denis: theatrical afterlives of the French Imperial State

Sian Rees: Performative Objects : Theatricalising Dissent and Disrupting Power

Jonah Miller: The Forgotten History of Stop and Search

PANEL :

Assembly : Control : Trial

Shane Boyle: The Scene of the Arrest: Uncivil Obedience and Racial Surrogation in 1960s West Germany

Kata Krasznahorkai: Arrested Development: Trials, arrest and liberation of black civil rights activists re-enacted in Eastern European performances in the 1970s - seen through the eyes of the State Security

Stephen Scott-Bottoms: Of Simulated Prisons and Conspiring Panthers: Performing the Erasure of Responsibility

Debate :

Red Chidgey: The Afterlives of Protest: An experimental debate on remembering activism

PANEL :

Climate : Limits : Citizen

Natalia Korchagina: Performing the time of climate change in the gallery: Temporalities of site-specific performance with Liberate Tate

John Pinder: Here Today…: Oil Oligarchies, Affirmative Culture and Art’s Law of Form

Alan Read: The English Garden Effect: Slow Resistance to Arrest in Riga

Keem Muhammad: A Citizen Engaged: Experiments in the Civic Arts

PANEL :

Borders : Bodies : Movement

Amy Corcoran: Performance as Protest : Breaking the Bye-Laws

Melissa Melpignano : Israel's Strategies of Arrest and Palestinian Choreographies of Resistive Action

Emilia Weber: Bloody Sunday : Memories as Protest

Sasha Krugman: Policing the Trans Body: Turkish legislation and the Queer community

Evening Performance : Temi Wilkey


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