Performative Temporalities

Had a great time at the Sick Theories conference this past week, where I presented my paper “The performative temporalities of sickness.” The event was live streamed and can be found on the Sick Theories YouTube channel.

It was such a joy (and only mildly intimidating) for me to be on a panel about Performance and Embodied Art Practices alongside artists and scholars like Allyson Mitchell, Eliza Chandler, Kim Collins, Deirdre Logue, and Ether Ignagni (who co-presented on their incredible project Death Cafe), as well as performer lo bil, and curator Jacqueline Mabey

A big thanks to the organizers for their labour in putting this event together. Always so nourishing to be in a space with brilliant and creative scholars, activists, and artists.

Megan Johnson