Editors: Tim Fitzpatrick, Amanda Card and Justine Shih Pearson
University of Sydney Dept of Performance Studies
About Performance No. 11 is dedicated to writing about moving. These articles, collected under the subtitle In-Between Moves, explore movement in the spaces between: between bodies and other bodies, bodies and objects, bodies and places, bodies and time. They examine how being in these spaces can be conceptualised through ideas and experiences of motion.
- Anurima Banerji "Dance and the distributed body: Odissi, ritual practice, and Mahari performance"
- William Peterson "Discipline and pleasure: dancing inmates in Cebu's Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Centre"
- Yuji Sone "Between machines and humans: reflexive anthropomorphism in Japanese robot competitions"
- Justine Shih Pearson "Coreographing the airport: travels in thirdspace"
- Kate Rossmanith "Learning the lunge: motility in crocodile country"
- Sally Ann Ness "Talking to my left foot: performative moves in-between self and landscape in Yosemite National Park"
- Margaret Anes "Performing between intention and unconscious daily gesture. How might disabled dancers offer us a new aesthetic sensibility?"
- Kelina Gotman "Epilepsy, cholera, and involuntary movements onstage: the politics and aesthetics of alterkinetic dance"
- Maryrose Casey "Bungaree and the grand corroboree: 'White fellow sit down all about; black fellow murry miserable'"
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