GEM Science Work In Progress Talk
"Dancing with the human microbiome: Embodying the Research, Researching the Body"
Join Anne Burnidge for a discussion on the creation of her new choreography piece, âWhat We Leave Behind.â This work explores themes of symbiosis, resistance and mutation as well as positing the metaphoric possibilities of microbiota as a microscopic community that mirrors the structures, interactions and processes of human communities This meeting is part of a series of GEM Science Work in Progress style meetings held on the 4th Monday of each month. These meetings offer a relatively informal presentation of ongoing GEM-related scientific research.GEM Scientific meetings rotate between 3 campuses, with this meeting located in room 203 Diefendorf Hall, on UB`s South Campus. Our featured speaker for March is Anne Burnidge, Associate Professor & Associate Chair for the UB Department of Theatre and Dance.