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SHARE meetings

Aimed at researchers and doctoral students interested in the multiple practices of creation research, since 2021 the SHARE meetings offer a framework for:

  • Cross-referencing different research approaches and methods;
  • Share feedback on creative research practices;
  • Exchange ideas on current research activities.

The purpose of the meetings is to:

  • Promote dialogue between members of different scientific communities, doctoral students and artists;
  • Contribute to the emergence of new projects and the development of new methods and approaches related to creative research.

Past and future meetings

>> Meeting between the teams of the winning 2023 projects, who will present the results of their research activities, and the teams of the winning 2024 projects | Friday 24 May 2024, Live Arts Lab, MaCI
>> Meeting between the teams of the winning projects 2022 who will present the results of their research activities and the teams of the winning projects 2023 | Tuesday 23 May 2023, Live Arts Lab, MaCI
>> Screening of the documentary Performance Lab | Tuesday 17 March 2022, Projection room, MaCI

Directed by Simon Brunel and Nicolas Pannetier of Atelier Limo, who went to the MACI at the end of 2021 to collect archival elements of the project and to hear the researchers' views, this documentary offers another perspective on the creative research activities carried out within the four axes of the Performance Lab. Conceived as an international platform, the Performance Lab brings together a community of researchers who are exploring contemporary issues that link embodiment, society and technology. The ambition of the project is to renew the ways in which research is conceived and practiced at Univ. Grenoble Alpes by developing new methods inspired by Anglo-Saxon notions of Performance as Research (PAR), research creation, practice-led and based research.

>> Feedback on the Sabbat de nos solitudes project | Tuesday 27 May 2021, Live Arts Lab, MaCI

Anne Cayuela and Véronique Gomez will talk about their research-creation experience as part of the Sabbat de nos solitudes project, presented on October 4, 2020 at MACI in the form of a storytelling, song and dance performance around Elena de Céspedes.

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Submitted on June 5, 2023

Updated on April 4, 2024