Theatre of Discovery is an extracurricular module at King's College London, which builds on an innovative model of AIR (Art-based, Interdisciplinary and Research-led) pedagogy that enables students from diverse disciplines to experience and practically engage with concepts of ‘creativity’ and ‘complexity’. The learning involves an interactive exploration of the theme ‘Collective Memory’, which materialises in a co-created theatre performance that concludes the module. More info on module webpage: kcl.ac.uk/campuslife/ke/awards/theatre-of-discovery.aspx
Imagometia is a performance commissioned specially for the 'Arts & Humanities Festival 2012: Metamorphoses, transformations and conversions' at King's College London. Drawing on John Berger's seminal work 'Ways of seeing', it is a daring prelude towards the dream about the metamorphosis of the image. It is a moment - a circumstance, yet at the same time a proposition for an experimental domain of arts and humanities which, integrating new technologies, radically investigates different modes and possibilities of seeing.
Devised by: Raphael Sieraczek
Commissioned by: Professor Max Saunders