Final performance seminar/installation

This video is of the final performance seminar/installation event titled ‘Exploring female identities through social aerial circus and digital media’ was presented live for examination at the University of Portsmouth on the 26th June 2019. This event enabled a connection…

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This video is of the final performance seminar/installation event titled ‘Exploring female identities through social aerial circus and digital media’ was presented live for examination at the University of Portsmouth on the 26th June 2019. This event enabled a connection of scholarship and artistic practice through physical performance and drew together a variety of qualitative data gathered over the course of the project incorporating multiple layers of knowledge in the form of video, still image, audio recordings, participant interviews, and text. The written thesis aims to provide the research context and articulate the practice-based research findings and is to be read alongside and in conjunction with viewing this performance-practice piece which forms the foundation of the contribution to knowledge.

This PhD is supported and part funded by the Interreg 5A France (Channel) England innovation project PONToon (Partnership Opportunities using New Technologies fostering sOcial and ecOnomic inclusioN) June 2017 – November 2020, led by Professor Joan Farrer from the University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries

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