Perecquian Perspectives: Dialogues with Site-Dance (Or, ‘On being here and there’)
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This paper explores the influence and application of Perec’s work within site-specific dance practice. It considers how Perec’s methods and prose might encourage creative dance approaches to engaging with and reflecting on subjective encounters with space and place. It ... View more
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