Acknowledgments Introduction Part One: Rethinking corporeality: physical space between theoretical obscurity and experiential potential Chapter One. The `lived': from `body' to the body with space Chapter Two. From `lived space' and `experience' to the materiality of experience Part Two: Corporeal constructions: theatre as context and case of inquiry Chapter Three. Contextualizing corporeality: theatre space between mediation and generation of experience Chapter Four. From space to sense-to sensibility Chapter Five. Discussion Conclusion Bibliography Index
Maya Nanitchkova OEzturk is Associate Professor in Theory and Criticism of Architecture. Her academic interests and publications focus on space-body relationships and experience of space/place, as grounds for developing analytical methodologies and interdisciplinary links in discourse, and teaching. She works at Bilkent University (Ankara), Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design. She is on the editorial boards of ISI journal Space and Culture, and the web-journal Consciousness, Literature and the Arts.