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I Can't Stand The Idea Of Putting Words In Someone Else's Mouth

DATE & TIME
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
4 p.m. – 6 p.m.
SPEAKER(S)

Jacob Wren, Luis Carlos Sotelo Castro, nènè myriam konaté, Rajni Shah and Veronica Mockler.

COST

This event is free (registration needed, via link in bio).

Website

ALLab

WHERE

Online

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Discussion between Jacob Wren, Luis Carlos Sotelo Castro, nènè myriam konaté, Rajni Shah and Veronica Mockler. 

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This roster of artists, writers and researchers comes together to consider the practice of ‘unscripted’ listening and speaking. At once an ontological workout and a probing of recent performance work, the table will tackle questions such as: What is listening from a place of not knowing? What is the relevance of ‘unscripted’ speech today? For these practitioners, embodying the ‘unscripted’ is a necessary state of struggle for it resists the productivity of colonial interaction.


In order to accommodate social distancing, all ALLab events will be held online.
Registration required
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Please note that this event will be recorded.

Thank you to the Individualized Program (INDI) and the Concordia Association of Students in Theatre (CAST) for their precious support and sponsorship. 

Poster by Dublin-based graphic designer Conor Lumsden.

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