Performative, novel ways of presenting research as a lecture. Oftentimes these are not recorded, so please describe scenes in the description field.
“The format of the lecture-performance can be said to hinge on the recognition of the conflicts present in performing, lecturing and exhibiting, and in enabling the creation of a space in which conversation can exist.”
“...‘lecture-performance’: namely an emphasis on the presence of the lecturer, the attendance of an audience and the social gathering that ensues from their encounter. [...] The focus is on processes of ‘remembering recording representing’ [David Antin, 1976]”
“...lecture-performances [... run] from the formal interpretation of a work [...] to a turn towards reception as part of the work’s inherent condition...”
“It attempts to bring to the fore what is happening and how it is working on you and with you; how you as an audience member are complicit in it.”