Fri 9th September
The HEarts of STEM @ ISSTA programme was curated by Dr Lisa Fitzpatrick (Drama, Ulster University, and Research Graduate School, Arts), with support from Prof. Paul Mc Kevitt (Acting Head, Research Graduate School, Arts)
HEarts of STEM at ISSTA: Reassembled, Slightly Askew (performance): 14.00, 16.00, 18.00 (Dance Studio, Foyle Arts Building); Artists’ Talk at 19.30 (Café Space/MQ125, Foyle Arts Building)
Booking required, please keep an eye on our @ISSTA_ie Twitter feed for the link!
Venue: Dance Studio, top floor of Foyle Arts Building
The Research Graduate School (Arts) and Drama at Ulster University are delighted to present Reassembled, Slightly Askew to ISSTA attendees.
Reassembled… is a mind-blowing autobiographical, audio-based performance about writer Shannon Sickels’ experience of falling critically ill with a rare brain infection, her journey through rehabilitation and living with an acquired brain injury. Binaural audio techniques
will allow you to experience Sickels’ descent into coma, her brain surgeries, her early days of rehabilitation in hospital and her re-integration into the world with a hidden disability.
HEarts of STEM at ISSTA: Borders Project Performance: 9.00, 10.00, 11.00, 12.00
Booking required, please keep an eye on the @ISSTA_ie Twitter feed for the link!
Adrian O’Connell (PhD researcher, Ulster University)
This is a series of site-specific immersive performances which will take place at various locations around the Derry/Donegal (Northern Ireland/Republic of Ireland) border. Capacity is limited to 5 people per performance. Please note that this performance will involve blindfolding. Performances depart from outside the Foyle Arts Building at the times above.