Chris Stover

Chris Stover is Assistant Professor of Music at Arizona State University. His recent work is published in Music Theory Online, Media and Culture, Analytical Approaches to World Music, Open Space, and elsewhere, and he is the co-editor of a forthcoming volume on Jacques Rancière and music. He is also an improvising trombonist and composer in New York City....

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affiliation

Arizona State University, Tempe, US

email

cdstover [AT] asu.edu

presentations

Time, Territorialisation, and Improvisational Spaces
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: de/re-territorialisation, improvisation, jazz, refrain, stratum, synthesis of time

Deterritorialize Yourself!
(in DARE 2017: aberrant nuptials )
keywords: becoming, de/re-territorialisation, improvisation, James K. Randall, nuptial, queer/ing

Eleanor Stubley

Eleanor Stubley (1960 – 2017) as a versatile conductor and an accomplished scholar, is constantly reaching beyond the given to renew and revitalise music as a performing art. She seeks not only to bridge the gap between theory and practice but also to erase the gap altogether through an unswerving focus on the transformative relationship between body and music. As a conductor, she has receiv...

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affiliation

McGill University, Montreal, CA

presentations

Maintenant: Seeing the Untouchable, Touching the Unseen
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: Cinema 1, Michel Serres, music performance, sculpture, voice

Nina Stuhldreher

Nina Stuhldreher (Berlin/Vienna) describes herself as a reality researcher who operates with artistic strategies. She is an ex-photography prodigy, ex-media curator, ex-magazine editor, ex-collaborative workforms junkie. She was a member of the curricula commission for the PhD in Practice programme at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, is currently an artist in residence at Löwenpalais Berlin, and...

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affiliation

Independent visual artist, Berlin, DE, and Vienna, AT

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info [AT] ninastuhldreher.net

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