Sidonie Carey-Green is a fully funded PhD student at Royal Holloway University of London, cross discipline in the departments of Theatre/Performance and Media Arts. Her research considers the role of digital performance in generating new narratives for those oppressed by Europe’s digital borders.
She is a member of the Theatre and Performance Research Association (TaPRA) and the International Federation for Theatre Research (IFTR). Previously, she graduated from Plymouth University with a First Class degree, also receiving the school prize for Outstanding Development in Dance Theatre. She then went on to gain a Masters degree with distinction from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, where she first began to consider the role of technology on artistic practice. She is currently a sessional lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University, teaching Choreography and Dance Research on the BA Dance Education programme.
As a film and performance practitioner she has created performances for Brighton Fringe Festival, Canterbury Festival, U.Dance, and a feature in the Womencinemakers Biennale, she has also had work funded by Arts Council England and Channel 4 Random Acts.
Presenting perspectives on the invisible labour of dancers, the erasure of the body through technology, the risks of techno-transcendence and the phenomenon of the body as data. Rajko’s presentation will explore one facet of research at the intersection of dance and computing by discussing how dancer labor is(n’t) discussed and publicly presented in various computing […]