rethinking why performance matters through the matter of performance

25 September 2011

Trashing Performance: Away day on the Jersey Shore

As part of their research for The FeMUSEum, the Musing Muses went to the Jersey Shore for an away day. read more »

3 September 2011

Trashing Performance: Museum Musings

In Museum Musings Bird la Bird and Amy Lamé visit the British Museum's Treasures of Heaven, an exhibition on Saints, Relics and Devotion in Medieval Europe read more »

15 June 2011

Page 3 Pin-up Wanted!

Become a Page 3 Pin-up for Dance Theatre Journal. Apply within! 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 »

14 April 2011

Trashing Performance: Cheap Flicks Chat #2

In their second online conversation, Gavin Butt and Ben Walters consider the usefulness of public sphere theory for considering issues raised by moving-image work by performance artists. Texts consulted are Michael Warner, Publics and Counterpublics, 2002, and Nancy Fraser, Unruly Practices: Power, Discourse, and Gender in Contemporary Social Theory, 1989. read more »

17 March 2011

Trashing Performance: I Wanna Be In That Film

Author: Owen Parry

I Wanna Be In That Film (2010) read more »

1 March 2011

Trashing Performance: Cheap Flicks Chat #1

Cheap Flicks is a dialogue project that explores the public reach of low-budget performance when mediated through the moving-image. This is the first of an online series of exchanges between Butt and Walters as they develop the project’s sense of purpose. read more »

1 December 2010

Trashing Performance: Excerpts: I wanna be in that show

Author: Owen Parry

A series of excerpts from I wanna be in that show, illustrating the possibilities in the desirable surfaces of performance and its sensation seeking relations. read more »

30 September 2010

Performing Idea: Introducing the dialogue

Author: Joe Kelleher

Joe Kelleher reflects on Promises ahead of the project's first public presentation at the Performing Idea Public Programme, on the 9th of October 2010. read more »

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