A full programme with abstracts is available here (last updated 21 June).

The programme includes:

Invited contributions from Catherine Laws (Pianist / University of York), Benjamin Piekut (Cornell University), and Christian Wolff (Composer / Dartmouth College).

A roundtable discussion, ‘Performing Cage’s art works’, with Sam Belinfante (University of Leeds), Laura Kuhn (John Cage Trust), and Jeremy Millar (Royal College of Art).

A special Performance Studies Network sponsored Q&A session with Amanda Bayley (Bath Spa University) and members of Apartment House.

As well as installations, papers, lecture-recitals, and performances, addressing themes including:

  • Critical approaches
  • David Tudor and the Solo for Piano
  • Extending indeterminacy
  • Games and play
  • Openness
  • Politics/democracy
  • Praxis
  • (Re)examining indeterminacy
  • Socialities
  • Technology/Mediation