Situating Apocalypsis cum figuris as a turning point in Grotowski's efforts to move beyond theatrical representation, Salata considers the trajectory in Grotowski's work from acting to doing. Emphasizing the centrality of Buber's concept of the I-Thou, Salata examines the implications of Grotowski's search for unmediated perception through the lens of such theorists as Heidegger, Deleuze, and Levinas.

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