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Activating the inanimate : visual vocabularies of performance practice / edited by Celia Morgan and Filipa Malva.

Publication:
Oxfordshire, England : Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2013.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (251 p.)
Series:
Critical issue.
Critical Issues
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Subjects:
Theater.
Performing arts.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
Preliminary Material / Celia Morgan and Filipa Malva
Symbolic Language and the Mythical Middle Ground / Celia Morgan
Looking at Postmodern Performances of Canonical Plays / Bilha Blum
The Full and the Void in the Theatre of Robert Wilson / Marcelo de Andrade Pereira
The Power of Images in Performance: Josef Svoboda’s Scenography for Intolleranza 1960 at Boston Opera Company / Barbora Příhodová
Loïe Fuller and her Legacy: The Visual and the Virtual / Liora Malka Yellin
Little Cinderella, Big Cinderella: Scenography as Performance / Filipa Malva
Visionary Voice / Silent Clown / Andrew Cope
Bioscenography: Towards the Scenography of Non-Representation / Parjad Sharifi
From Verbal to Visual: References to Clothes in Shakespeare’s Plays as Metaphor, Symbol and Concept for Costume Design / Pnina Black Porter
Emotion and Memory: Clothing the Body as Performance / Jessica Bugg
Dance Costumes on Display: Reflections and Practice / Sofia Pantouvaki
Addressing the Absent: Drawing and Scenography / Kate Burnett
The Explanatory Frame / Myer Taub
Burning Man: Scenography for the Masses / Virginia L. Vogel
Performance Art as Intervention in Everyday Life: Participation, the Public Sphere and the Production of Meaning / Alexandra Antoniadou
Where is the Performance? What has Become of It? / Myfanwyn Ryan
Old Arts in New Media: Qualified Ontologies of ‘Live’ in the Age of Media Casting / Adele Anderson
‘Seed of the Image’: Image Metaphor as a Strategy of Creative Process and Ideological Resistance / Chee-Keng Lee
Making from Scratch: A Transdisciplinary Research into the Historical and Social Production of Subjectivity / Haya Cohen
Dancing Clowns and Desert Dunes: Challenging Traditional Imagery in Flamenco-Fusion / Idit Suslik
Distances in Time and Space: Fictional Medieval Constructs of the Indian Other in the Colonial Imaginary / Sarah Bonnie.
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters.
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed September 19, 2014).
Contributor:
Morgan, Celia, editor.
Malva, Filipa, editor.
ISBN:
1-84888-121-5
OCLC:
842137694
Publisher Number:
10.1163/9781848881211 DOI