Rae, Paul (AUS). Performance Scholar and Theatre Maker. From 1997: Artistic Co-director, with Kaylene Tan, of spell#7 performance (a theatre company). From 2007: Assistant Professor on the Theatre Studies program at National University of Singapore. Author of Theatre & Human Rights (Palgrave 2009), and many scholarly articles on performance theory, and on contemporary theatre in Southeast Asia and beyond.
Rainer, Lucia (DE). Freelance Artist and Professor for Aesthetics. MSH University for Applied Sciences Hamburg. Hamburg/Germany. Publication: On the Threshold of Knowing: Lectures and Performances in Art and Academia.
Rains, Joshua (USA). Visual Artist, Los Angeles/USA.
Ramos, Ivan A.
Ramos, Ivan A. (USA). President’s Postdoctoral Fellow. UC-Riverside. Department of Ethnic Studies.
Raven, Simon (UK). Performance Artist and Ph.D. student. Northumbria University/UK.
Reinelt probes issues of belonging and exclusion in immersive theatre practice in relation to spectatorship. Recent scholarly studies (Alston, Lavendar) have focused on issues of responsibility and engagement in the context of the ‘experience economy’ of neoliberal culture. But what is being experienced, and what constitutes an ethical claim in simulative experiences that are both ‘real’ and fictional—often in the same breath? Do these performances have the possibility of calling into being a community or at least a certain counter-public? Examples will come from British and European artists ranging from Punch Drunk to Ontroerend Goed. The role of the spectator and the methodological question of how best to research it will be the focus of this paper.
Ribeiro, Felipe (BRA). Artist, Professor of Dance and Film Studies. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Ph.D. student at the Visual Arts Institute at UERJ/ Brazil.
Ritter, Julia M.
Ritter, Julia M. (USA). Chair of Dance Department. Rutgers University. New Jersey/USA. firstname.lastname@example.org
Roach, Shoniqua (USA). Ph.D. student. Department of Performance Studies Northwestern University/USA.
Robinson, Anne (GB). Artist. Program Leader for Media Foundation at Middlesex University, London/ England. Recent projects: Inspiral London (2016); Inside Out Blues (2013); Thrashing in the Static (2014). Participated in PSi since 2012. Presenting: Enlarger Than Life: Song-Films and Irrational Gestures at PSi#20/2014 Shanghai; Phonogenie for Psi#21/2015 Fluid Sounds, Copenhagen. Recent publications: See Red (2016). www.annerobinsonartwork.org