While death is often understood as referring to the end of life, it is important to remember that it can refer to the ending of anything, such as a friendship, a love affair, a social role, a period of one’s life such adolescence, youth or middle age. Death may mean simply a transition, albeit one that seems irreversible. This workshop will convoke and conjure the deaths of our lives and others, so that we may dance for them as our witnesses.
Peter Banki, Ph.D is the founder and director of the Sydney Festival of Death and Dying. He is a scholar, artist, festival producer and teacher. He publishes and teaches mostly in the fields of continental philosophy from 18th Century to the present. He is also the founder and director of the Sydney Festival of Really Good Sex.
Peter is also the author of The Forgiveness To Come: the Holocaust and the Hyper-Ethical.