• Challenges of audioguided creation
    Friday 10 december, 9:30-17:00

    In the morning, screening of the PL documentary and presentation of the results of the research areas

    In the afternoon, scientific seminar of the Performanscope online lexicon
  • Challenges of audioguided creation
    Friday 22 October, 9.30am-5pm
    Study day, organised as part of the programme "Écouter le terrain: Pratiques chorégraphiques en partage", co-sponsored by the UMR LITT&ARTS (axis 3 Expériences de la création / CINESTHEA and the CDP Performance Lab), the CCN2 - Centre Chorégraphique National de Grenoble and the CDCN Le Pacifique, with the support of the Ministry of Culture
  • Geo-Gestures seminar series with specialists in dance, geography and performance
    Thursday Octobre 28, 2021 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Room C5 Live Arts Lab - Fact, form and meaning in dance
    Speaker : Carrie Noland, Professor of French and Comparative Literature at the University of California, Irvine.
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  • The project

Conceived as an international platform, the Performance Lab brings together a community of researchers who are exploring contemporary issues that link embodiment, society and technology.


The ambition of the project is to renew the ways in which research is conceived and practiced at Univ. Grenoble Alpes by developing new methods inspired by Anglo-Saxon notions of Performance as Research (PAR), research creation, practice-led and based research.

The aim of Performance Lab is to conduct state of the art research in the fields of performance, digital documentation, performance literacy tools and immaterial and material forms of heritage. The collaborations that will be put into place with non profit and cultural partners in the professional art world both nationally and internationally will allow us to build cutting edge artworks, new tools and methods, as well as innovative documentation that can be integrated into the fields of performance and social sciences.