Abstract

The performances in these Critical Acts de-privilege the visual aspect of the performer-audience relationship, instead focusing on the materiality of the encounter. In The City Itself, the performance group Skewed Visions departs from site-specific performance to engage in an examination of the physical and metaphysical properties of various locales; and in The Courtesan Tales, Nicole Blackman tells erotic tales to a bound audience-of-one, challenging

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