Date/Time: Date(s) - 09/09/2017, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Categories: Panel discussion
Moderated by Dr Felicia Hughes-Freeland
Panel to include Garin Nugroho, Antony Rayns, Tito Imanda, and Sadiah Boonstra
“With its live gamelan accompaniment, Setan Jawa in some ways harks back to Indonesia’s first feature-length film, Loetoeng Kasarong (1926), which toured with a live gamelan ensemble and resulted in the reinvigoration of traditional Sundanese music. Film in Indonesia has had a close relation to the performing arts ever since. This panel will explore traffic between the live performing arts (theatre, dance, puppetry, storytelling, pageantry, performance art) and mediated art (film and video particularly). How do film and video artists collaborate with performing artists? Is there anything specific to Indonesia in the relation between live and mediated arts?”
To be followed by a screening of Garin Nugroho’s Teak Leaves at the Temples (2007) (16:45-18:00)
Bookings are closed for this event.