la sainte trinité: unveiled
by Natalie Raven
A research seminar presented jointly by the Artistic Research Cluster (ARC) and Performance.Experience.Presence (PEP) research groups, Plymouth University
Wednesday, 8 February 2017
4.30pm > 6.00pm
This presentation will chart the development of Natalie Raven‘s practice research over the past 6 months, unravelling the variety of ways in which she has responded both physically and philosophically to her concept of ‘bodycloth’.
Natalie will discuss how her most recent practice, la saint trinité, has revealed insight into the multiple ways that her body, gender, self, and identity are in flux. She will explore the ways in which her live art practice exists as the artistic embodiment of her lived experience, personal political belief, and theoretical engagement, concluding by critically reflecting on what these processes and experiences have unveiled for her, as an artist researcher.
Natalie is a recipient of a School of Humanities & Performing Arts studentship, in the final year of her PhD at Plymouth University. She is supervised by Prof Roberta Mock and Dr Victor Ladron de Guevara.