Arrhythmia Performance Pedagogy and Practice (Conference Archive)


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Arrhythmia Performance Pedagogy and Practice (Conference Archive)

We become more acutely aware of rhythm in its absence. The COVID-19 pandemic has altered our timing, and in doing so, disrupted how we conceive, practice and uphold performance pedagogy and practice.

Our current situation can be described as a generalised arrhythmia. Irregularity, missteps, deviations, and broken beats — these words become all the more relevant in performance pedagogy and practice. And yet, if performance is already an encounter and the unravelling of spaces out of this time and place, then what is performance but an arrhythmia in itself?

Arrhythmia: Performance Pedagogy and Practice was an online international conference organised by the Faculty of Performing Arts at LASALLE College of the Arts in Singapore. Artists and academics, faculty and students, articulated the pandemic experience beyond its disruption and consequent digital turn.






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