Through a feminist poetic and psychoanalytic examination of texts drawn from photography, painting, film, theatre and political action, Peggy Phelan defines a theory of value for subject matter conventionally excluded from critical consideration through its representational invisibility. The seminal theorisation of performance.
Routledge, Oxon, 1993, 207 pages, 27 black and white photographs, 15.5cm x 23.4cm.
This title has been recommended by Tehching Hsieh who is a Patron of the Live Art Development Agency.
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