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7.1 On Editing

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PERFORMANCE RESEARCH VOLUME 7 ISSUE 1

Issue editors: Claire MacDonald & William H. Sherman

SKU: 978-0-415-28940 Category:

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On Editing opens a volume on ‘Textualities’ (PR, Vol. 7, Nos 1–4, 2002) which considers the changing nature of performance texts and relations between writing, textuality and performance, in four related issues: On Editing, Translations, On Fluxus, and On Archives and Archiving. This issue will address the relationship between performance and publication, as well as the ways in which the traditionally invisible role of editor has changed. Contributions might look at the part played by editors in bringing performance to print, and at how editing might be related to other mediating and shaping roles – such as curating or dramaturgy. The place of editing in the work of artists themselves; the changing nature of the printed book; the future of editing in the new technologies; particular instances or case studies of editing; and the relation of the textual, aural and visual, might all be subjects for consideration. The editors also invite collaborations between artists and critics, as well as work that extends the possibilities of the visual page, or that situates critical work within a visual context.
Enter Editor
Claire MacDonald, Bill Sherman
pp. 1 – 2
Lexicon (1): Alphabetical Order, Arbitrariness, Archive
Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Tim Etchells, Matthew G. Kirschenbaum
pp. 3 – 6
Hyper-Shakespeare
W. B. Worthen
pp. 7 – 21
Lexicon (2): Conjecture, Digital Texts
Kari Kraus, Jerome McGann
pp. 22 – 23
The Inaudibility of ‘Good’ Sound Editing: The case of Caedmon records
Sarah Parry
pp. 24 – 33
Private Performances: Editing performance photography
Catherine Grant
pp. 34 – 44
Disinter/est: Digging up our childhood
Joshua Sofaer, Joanna Sofaer Derevenski
pp. 45 – 56
Cutting It Up: Fragments and ruins in Julia Barclay’s New York Theatre
Cathy Turner
pp. 57 – 63
Lexicon (3): Emendation and History
Stephen Orgel
pp. 64 – 65
Actions that a man might play’: Mourning, memory, editing
Laurie Maguire
pp. 66 – 76
Lexicon (4): Et al,. Excavation
Peter Hulme, Fiona Templeton
pp. 77 – 77
Crafting Madness: A correspondence on editing The Booth Variations
Todd Cerveris, Caridad Svich
pp. 78 – 89
The Page Refigured: The verbal and visual language of Suzan-Lori Park’s Venus
Elizabeth Dyrud Lyman
pp. 90 – 100
Lexicon (5): Graphesis, Index Cards
Johanna Drucker, Philip Auslander
pp. 101 – 102
Editing as Intervention in Social Space
Mark W. Rectanus
pp. 103 – 120
Archives: Pinto Mi Raya: Drawing the line in Mexico City
Mónica Mayer
pp. 121 – 128
Lexicon (6): Scattered Leaves
David Norbrook
pp. 129 – 129
Book Reviews
Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, Claire MacDonald, Bill Sherman
pp. 130 – 138
Lexicon (7): Scratch
William H. Sherman
pp. 139 – 140
Notes on Contributors
pp. 141 – 142

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