Performing Arts Research Lab (PeARL) residency at the China Academy of Art, Hangzhou, China - 5

Peter Martens (Other), Michelle Weintraub (Other), Anne Wharton (Performer)

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Abstract

This entry attempts to capture and describe the totality of this project, the Performing Arts Research Lab's involved in <b>Inter-World-View </b>2020. <b>Inter-World-View </b>is an annual project initiated by the Institute of Contemporary Art and Social Thought (ICAST) of China Academy of Art, and involved a residency at the Chinese Academy of Art that required the gallery exhibition of six PeARL arts/research projects in art, music, and theatre, as well as public lectures on or performances of each individual project, as listed separately. After PeARL personnel responded to a general notice about this event with a basic description of our Lab and its current and past research projects, we were invited (and heavily recruited) for participation by the event organizers, being paired with one of the museum's curators to plan develop our exhibits within their museum space. Three members of the lab (Martens, Weintraub, and Wharton) traveled to Hangzhou and spent two days setting up the PeARL exhibits, before participating with eight other diverse groups from around the world in daily event programming, culminating in "PeARL Day," during which the three PeARL members presented and/or performed these projects in a conference-style setting.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Nov 11 2019

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