Featuring a mix of practitioners and scholars this much-needed book explores the numerous sites of contemporary performance and the notion of place. Addressing critical issues including the relationships between site, memory, longing and identity, this volume provides performance studies with a core text in notions of place and will be useful to students, scholars and practitioners alike. Leslie Hill and Helen Paris are writers, performers, filmmakers and co-directors of Curious, the award winning London-based production company.
Contributors include: Johannes Birringer, Laurie Beth Clark, Matthew Goulish, Lin Hixon, Lois Keidan, Graeme Miller, Paul Heritage and Martha Wilson.
Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire, 2006, 275 pages, 16 black and white images, 21.2cm x 13.8cm.
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