Rhythm and Simultaneity in Performative Practice

Delivered a paper highlighting the use of French philosopher Henri Lefebvre’s ‘rhythmanlyasis method’ as a tool for describing and analysing exhibitions involving the simultaneous presentation of multiple performances. Using the Sydney presentation of Marina Abramovic: In Residence as a case study, the paper examined the intra-action of performative artworks, artistic processes, the audience experience and environmental factors related to the highly unique harbour-side venue.

Part of the international symposium, Out of Time: Temporal Slippage in Performance and the Visual Arts, University of Manchester 2016

 

 

 

 

 



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