Sept. 28, 2016 | Proximities/Distances: Contemporary Spanish and Latin American Performance Theories and Practices - Conference 3
PROXIMITIES/DISTANCES was a two-day event, exploring ideas and practices of proximity and distance in contemporary Spanish and Latin American theatre, performance and dance through the talks with creators and performers. Drawing on the current interest in relational strategies and investigating the connections between art and audiences, the aesthetic and the socio-political, it examined a diverse range of dramaturgies that bring these different media into contact.
Conferencia 3: Lenguajes que se superponen: nuevas definiciones de la puesta en escena
Oscar Naters-Íntegro (Perú), Arantxa Araujo (México), Javier Antonio González-Caborca (New York/Puerto Rico)
Modera Sebastián Calderón Bentín (Professor, NYU)
~With the support of the King Juan Carlos Center (KJCC), the generous support of the Chair of NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese, NYU Center for the Humanities, NYU Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS), NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, and NYU Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics.~