Drawing out the particularities of working in twos, with a focus on collaborative performance making, Entanglements of Two: A Series of Duets considers the duet as a particular configuration in which to think, the duo a microcosm of humankind, and presents everyday entanglement of form and practice seen through the lens of the smallest multiple unit. The book focuses on a ten-year period in the work of Karen Christopher, alongside wider reflections on the duet as a concept in artistic and social life.
Contributors: David Berman, Teresa Brayshaw, Season Butler, J. R. Carpenter, Karen Christopher, Sophie Grodin, Eirini Kartsaki, Joe Kelleher, Orit Kent, Andrea Milde, Mary Paterson, Rajni Shah, Litó Walkey, David Williams, Jemima Yong.
Eds. Mary Paterson and Karen Christopher
Publication date: Oct 29, 2021
Dimensions: 244 x 170 mm
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