Heather Carlson, Danielle Ferrier, Elisabeth Laywine, Emma Viola Robinson, Max Toulch talk about their Berlin experience in retrospect and about future projects in Toronto.

See also their writing and visual material on:
montagecollagefragmentation.wordpress.com

Between May 19 and 31, 2012 five students from the University College Drama Program (since July 1, 2012 Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies) were participating in an international research trip to Berlin. Jennie joined the group several times via Skype.

This trip served as an integrated study module for the practice-based performance history and theory course “MONTAGE COLLAGE FRAGMENTATION. Performing in the age of globalization and digital reproduction – Tracing Benjamin’s Aura in Berlin”.

This undergraduate course was conceptualized by professors Antje Budde and Nikki Cesare-Schotzko as part of the Faculty of Arts and Science’s sponsored Independent Experiential Study Program (398/399Y) 2012 at the University of Toronto, organized by the university’s Centre for International Experience. Furthermore, the University College Drama Program provided participating students with individual scholarships.

Students
Heather Carlson, Jennie Egerdy, Danielle Ferrier, Elisabeth Laywine, Emma Viola Robinson, Max Toulch.

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