Sawing the legs off chairs in Reckless Sleepers’ A String Section
‘Sawing the legs off chairs in Reckless Sleepers’ A String Section’ considers the present and presence of the moving body, as a living and lived processual, experiential archive. These artist’s pages present and represent a micro-reflection upon the moments of live, experimental, improvisatory performance, rearticulating the possibilities of amassing, revisiting and representing theatrical, performative and daily experience(s) through a specific one-woman perspective. The written micro-reflection as a strand of the archive as identified above is devised as a response to a lengthy multi-stranded association with the practice of the work and its processes, with this written micro-reflection serving to expand upon the creative knowledges of the moving body in archival dialogue with A String Section.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Leeds Beckett University
Publication date: 01 April 2016
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