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Intimacy Across Visceral and Digital Performance
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List of Illustrations Series Preface Notes on Contributors Introduction: M.Chatzichristodoulou & R.Zerihan PART I: ETHICAL READINGS OF POLITICAL INTIMACIES The Body in Your Lap; T.Warr Not Citizens But Persons: The Ethics in Action of Performance's Intimate Work; S.Jones Collapsing Alibis; B.Kuburovic PART II: FAMILIAR INTIMACIES: BODILY FUIDS AND MICROBIOLOGY The Hazardous Conversation: The Practice of Intimacy in Performance at the Institute for the Art and Practice of Dissent at Home; G.Anderson & L.Simic , with Neal, Gabriel and Sid Mother's Milk: The Lactation Station Breast Milk Bar and Other Intimate Performance Works; J.Dobkin The Normal Flora Project: Intimate Revelations in Art and Science; A.Dumitriu PART III: ABUSE, PERVERSION AND OBSCENITY: KNOTTY INTIMACIES IN CONTEMPORARY PERFORMANCE PRACTICES Ecstatic Intervals: Performance in a Continuum of Intimacy; D.Johnson Between Bodies: An Artist's Account of the Oral Connection Between Human and Dog; A.Bartram Intimate Pervy Avatars; S.Baldwin PART IV: VISCERAL TECHNOLOGIES: FROM MYSPACE TO MY BODY Intimare; E.Manning Bodies of Colour/Media Skins; J.Birringer BioMuse to Bondage: Corporeal Interaction in Performance and Exhibition; A.Tanaka PART V: AN INTIMATE DISTANCE APART (Dis)Embodiment; P.Sermon Katie Mitchell: Intimate Technologies in Multimedia Performance; J.Jefferies & E.Papadaki Intimacy, Delicacy and Indifference: Ane Lan's Migrating Birds; J.Kelleher A Discussion on the Subject of Intimacy in Performance, and an Afterword; M.Chatzichristodoulou & R.Zerihan Bibliography Index

About the Author

GARY ANDERSON Lecturer in Drama and Theatre Studies, Liverpool Hope University, UK SANDY BALDWIN Associate Professor of English, West Virginia University, USA ANGELA BARTRAM Senior Lecturer, University of Lincoln, UK JOANNES BIRRINGER Professor of Performance Technologies, School of Arts, Brunel University, UK JESS DOBKIN Fellow, Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies, University of Toronto, Canada ANNDA DUMUTRIU Visiting Research Fellow: Artist in Residence with the Adaptive Systems Research Group, University of Hertfordshire, UK JANUES JEFFERIES Professor of Visual Arts and Research, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK DOMINIC JOHNSON Lecturer, Department of Drama, Queen Mary, University of London, UK) SIMON JONES Professor of Performance, University of Bristol, UK JOE KELLEHER Professor of Theatre and Performance, Roehampton University, UK BRANISLAVA KUBUROVIC independent researcher, UK ERIN MANNING University Research Chair in Relational Art and Philosophy, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Canada ELENA PAPADAKI independent researcher, UK PAUL SERMON Professor of Creative Technology, University of Salford, UK LENA SIMIC Lecturer in Drama and Theatre Studies, Liverpool Hope University, UK ATAU TANAKA Professor at Goldsmiths Digital Studios, University of London, UK TRACEY WARR Lecturer in Art Theory, Oxford Brookes University, UK

Reviews

'This book offers terrific insights into performance and intimacy by exploring and yoking 'visceral' and 'digital' performance(s), each of which can significantly affect the nature and experience of intimacy. The authors use inventive approaches to generate critical and innovative discussions of intimacy in/and performance.' - Professor Joanne Tompkins, School of English, Media Studies, and Art History, University of Queensland, Australia 'This collection provides a very useful critical context for thinking about the visceral and the digital, and it offers a range of approaches and practices that will be of interest to scholars and students in performance and theatre studies. It presents a rich and timely selection of work from artists, scholars, and curators that draws a significant trajectory of intimacy in digital and body-based practices and will add to the ever-growing field of intimate, one-to-one, and technology-based work.' - Eirini Kartsaki, Contemporary Theatre Review

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