11.1 Made to order

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PERFORMANCE RESEARCH VOLUME 11 ISSUE 1

Issue editors: Ric Allsopp

SKU: 978-0-415-40589 Category:

Description

Made to Order is the first issue in a volume devoted to keywords, lists and sequences. The issue considers ordering systems – encyclopaedias, lexicons, dictionaries, lists, stage directions – in relation to the histories, practices, theories and discourses of performance. It will be followed by a companion issue on indexes, and a further double issue devoted to exploring some of the keywords in the field of contemporary performance.
Editorial
Ric Allsopp
pp. 1 – 2
Ric Allsopp
pp. 1 – 3
Performing the Order: The messiness of play
Pedro Rebelo, Franziska Schroeder
pp. 3 – 8
Asking for Trouble: Risk, ethics and perversion in contemporary performance art practice
Kirsten Hudson
pp. 9 – 20
Directing the Light Flux: Scripts for cellular movement
Margaret Fisher
pp. 21 – 26
The Library of Impending Decline
Eliza Neman-Saul
pp. 27 – 32
A Taxonomy on Its Toes
Phil Smith
pp. 33 – 39
Space, Signs and Artaud’s Hieroglyphic Body
Elizabeth Heard
pp. 40 – 53
Re-received Ideas: A generative dictionary for research on research (Part 1)
Gwen Allen, Iain Kerr, Chris Thompson
pp. 54 – 55
Bride and Peacock [artist’s pages]
Claudia Wegener
pp. 60 – 63
Computer Graphics: Tracing cybernetic flows
Stephen Turk
pp. 64 – 74
The Analysis of Infinitely Small Things: Research report
Institute for Infinitely Small Things
pp. 76 – 81
Directions for Leaving Various Marks (Part 1)
Michelle Tupko
pp. 82 – 87
Foregrounding Deconstruction: A handbook for a critical methodology of artwork
Linda Cassens Stoian
pp. 89 – 113
Book Review: Regimen
Claire MacDonald
pp. 114 – 115
Notes on Contributors
pp. 116 – 117

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Weight 0.550 kg