University of Maryland
Performance, Embodiment and the Digital Archive. Collaborative Research in Sites of Conflict, is a digital conference and platform that explores the role that embodied performances play in the construction of memory and reconciliation and the development of digital archives in sites of conflict. It hosts live streamed talks, performances, pre-recorded panels, and Q&A sessions — in English and Spanish — with international researchers, artists and communities to discuss the place of the body, affect, performance and digital platforms in addressing histories of violence. Community and artistic interventions represent sites of conflict from across the globe, including in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chile, Colombia, Gaza, Mexico, Nicaragua, and the United Kingdom.
Team: Facundo Hidalgo, Mariana Murcia and Ana María Montenegro. Design: Ana María Montenegro.
2021This project is published