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3 October 2012

Potentials of Performance: What We Lost

Mariella's last blog entry includes a text-in-movement concerning dance, collaboration and the relation of mind and body read more »

30 July 2012

Potentials of Performance: Sťances of Absences

Mariella explores the possibility of dialogue in absence of her dialogue partner Emily, through dance, writing, video and sonic reflections. read more »

30 May 2012

Potentials of Performance: A Collection of Loose Ends

Mariella Greil introduces her choreographic project through a variety of documents, drawings, videos and texts. read more »

19 April 2011

Trashing Performance: Art-Breaker: Confessions of a Critic (Episode 53, Part 7)

We are honoured to host a sneak preview of Sir Francis Spalding's forthcoming Radio 4 series; This is Performance Art. read more »

7 June 2010

Performing Idea: The life of things

Author: Adrian Heathfield

Adrian Heathfield tracks a recent history of performances and artists working with objects and their 'life', drawing together multiple threads from his and Jonathan Burrows' correspondence so far. read more »

7 June 2010

Trashing Performance: The life of things

Author: Adrian Heathfield

Adrian Heathfield tracks a recent history of performances and artists working with objects and their 'life', drawing together multiple threads from his and Jonathan Burrows' correspondence so far. read more »

31 May 2010

Performing Idea: Performing Idea laboratory

The Performing Idea Laboratory took place at Club Row, London, on the 30 April 2010. Fifteen researchers and artists associated with Performance Matters presented a series of solo and collaborative works developed especially for the event. Archived here are their responses and documentation to the works presented on the day. read more »

19 November 2009

Performing Idea: Not how people move but what stops them

Author: Tim Etchells

Tim Etchells begins his weblog for the project In Silence, considering the imaginative potential of those vacant spaces within communication. read more »

19 November 2009

Trashing Performance: Not how people move but what stops them

Author: Tim Etchells

Tim Etchells begins his weblog for the project In Silence, considering the imaginative potential of those vacant spaces within communication. read more »

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