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Wilding performance

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These Artist Pages are a response to the question, ‘how can a performance practice be ecological?’ By critically reflecting on a recent performance project, Wild Life, I conceptualise a ‘wilding performance practice’. I suggest an ecological ethics arises by attending to performance as an ongoing entanglement of human and non-human wills and trajectories.

Keywords: ecology; intergenerational; non-human; non-professional performers; performance; rewilding; wilding

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: University of Glasgow

Publication date: July 1, 2015

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  • Performing Ethos is a refereed, interdisciplinary journal which considers ethical questions relating to contemporary theatre and live performance. Global in scope, it provides a unique forum for rigorous scholarship and serious reflection on the ethical dimensions of a wide range of performance practices from the politically and aesthetically radical to the mainstream.
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