Mireia Asensio, Luz Arantza Crespo and Nerea Toral: The body as data: Exploring Boal´s image theatre and physical theatre as an art-based research method.

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Last event: Saturday 7 September 2019 at 9.30am

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Mireia Asensio has worked in ESRC, Art Council England, JISC and EU Socrates funded projects. She is co-founder of DiArt Consulting, a creative consultancy and training service. Luz Arantza Crespo is a Dramatic Arts graduate in the form of theatre of creation. Nerea Toral is a Barcelona based actress and drama facilitator.

Mireia, Arantza and Nerea will be giving a presentation focusing on the work of August Boal´s image theatre and how physical theatre can be used to articulate and share people´s experiences. The purpose is to initiate a conversation and future practice of image and physical theatre as an innovative art-based research method.

Certificate:

16+

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