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Established in 1920, Maska is the longest running European performing arts journal and from 2013 will be published by Intellect.

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 29, Numbers 165-168, 1 December 2014

Editorial

Free Content Life for art, art for life
pp. 3-4(2)
Author: Kraigher, Amelia

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Articles

The culture wars that never existed
pp. 6-13(8)
Author: Keil, Marta

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Art and life: Productions of temporality in art
pp. 36-43(8)
Author: Kreft, Lev

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Troubles with the economy, geography and history
pp. 44-55(12)
Authors: Šuvaković, Miško

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Waiting for the event
pp. 56-67(12)
Authors: Štrajn, Darko

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Artist at work - 160 years ago
pp. 68-79(12)
Author: Kreft, Lev

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Artist at work against work?
pp. 80-95(16)
Authors: Milohnić, Aldo

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Art and/is (non)work: Towards a rearticulation of concepts
pp. 96-107(12)
Author: Cicigoj, Katja

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Beyond counting
pp. 108-119(12)
Authors: Jelesijević, Nenad; Zdravković, Lana

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A tribute to the Other
pp. 120-133(14)
Author: Strack, Laura

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Judging choreography
pp. 134-139(6)
Author: Apostolou-Hölscher, Stefan

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Dance today: Between biopower and biopolitics
pp. 154-161(8)
Author: Apostolou-Hölscher, Stefan

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An experiment with beginnings: Iztok Kova? and En-Knap
pp. 162-181(20)
Authors: Leskovšek, Nika

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Digitalisation of movement: A hidden potential or chasing time?
pp. 182-189(8)
Authors: Kopač, Andreja

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Theatre as an entry and an exit point: Interview with Andraš Urban
pp. 190-199(10)
Authors: Gvozdenovic, Nataša

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The great ten and the interrogation of new theatre forms
pp. 200-213(14)
Authors: Brodar, Urška

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Review

Performing arts and virtual bodies
pp. 220-223(4)
Author: Murnik, Maja

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From alternative culture to contemporary Indian theatre
pp. 224-229(6)
Authors: Milohnić, Aldo

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