Editorial: To be continued
The present issue of Maska focuses on complex connections among performative practices, documenting and archiving, and the questions arising from these connections. The contributors are researchers in the field of documenting and archiving performative practices, as well as artists who approach this issue from different angles: the archive and document as performance material; the manipulation of documentary material as part of the creative process; the reconstruction of performances; documentary theatre; problems with documenting and archiving live art; documents as witnesses to past artistic events that then, over time, assume the place of the original...
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Document Type: Editorial
Publication date: July 1, 2015
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