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what it felt like to dream fire — creative practice research seminar

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Queen Margaret University - Studio

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Musselburgh

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what it felt like to dream fire — creative practice research seminar

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In collaboration with Napier University's Centre for Creative Practice, the Practice-Research Cluster at Queen Margaret University is excited to present 'what it felt like to dream fire' by PhD candidate Regina Mosch.

This creative research seminar takes an experimental gaze at traumatic memory and embodied film and sound practice. Regina Mosch and Bryant Keith Bayhan will present their experimental film ‘what it felt like to dream fire’ and reflect on the sensory, embodied imagery and sound featured in the film. How can we (re)locate invisible, intangible, unrepresentable knowledge that is in the body and produced by the body? How can we represent this knowledge? How can embodied practice research be a site of pushing and rearranging agency? Join us for a seminar where each of us will be embedded and embodied in the research presented.

Regina Mosch is a filmmaker, curator and PhD candidate at Queen Margaret University. She currently traces the boundaries of traumatic memory and documentary film. Bryant Keith Bayhan is a sound designer, performer, and producer based in Edinburgh. Their work explores the creation of aesthetic communication and creative practice. 'what it felt like to dream fire' is Bryant and Regina's first collaboration.

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