The Improvisation Reading Group & Speaker Series Presents: Improvisation as Institution: the Post University
Date and Time
Room 265, McLaughlin Library, University of Guelph
17, Institute of Critical Studies sustains research, academic and editorial endeavours in a wide array of areas. Conceived as a post-University, its practice of critique as concept and praxis, but primarily as social bond, has found echoes in the wider Spanish-, Portuguese- and English-speaking worlds. Mayer-Foulkes’s talk will account for the structural part played by improvisation in the overall performance of this growing, “silence-producing machine,” as he first imagined it.
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This talk is free and open to the public.