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THE IMAGINARY AND THE SYNCHRONOUS: accounts of the self in video performance online in 2 parts

Autobiography is used as the means to explore Video Performance in this online workshop of THE IMAGINARY AND THE SYNCHRONOUS. As the starting off point, an object/s that represents an aspect of your life will be linked to this event or characteristic-connecting it to a wider socio-political platform. Irene Loughlin will present an overview of her Video Performance; then each other’s object/s and the context surrounding the object/s will be explored. Participants will shoot videos at home with their cell phone cameras; tech advice will be provided.  After uploading the video, participants will return the following week to view each other’s video and discuss the impact of the process and results. Unique opportunity, not to be missed.

Workshop
THE IMAGINARY AND THE SYNCHRONOUS: accounts of the self in video performance online in 2 parts
Instructor
Irene Loughlin
Date
June 4, 2023 - June 11, 2023
Time
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Location
A ZOOM link will be sent prior to the workshop.
Register

Member $50⎮Non-Member $75

To Register Email milada@trinitysquarevideo.com

Image Credit: Irene Loughlin

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Biographies:

Irene Loughlin

Irene Loughlin is a neurodivergent artist, writer & academic instructor. Her art functions as both alarm & affirmation by resisting neuro-ableism & advocating for change. Throughout the pandemic, she was absorbed in creating drawings for a performance art graphic novel during an “At Home” residency sponsored by FADO. She further developed an interest in using AI as an adaptive technology.
Her work has been exhibited internationally, including photographic works at the Westbeth Gallery in New York at the conference Transforming Community: Disability, Diversity and Access and 7a11d Toronto. She also participated in the Encuentro Corpoliticas working group in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2007, her work was presented at the New York University Performance Studies International Conference, where she spoke on the subject of disability, pain and performance from a neurodivergent perspective.