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Encountering documents – historicizing performance documentation: Interview with Phillip Auslander

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The relation between the live and the recorded is crucial for tackling the question of how performance and document are intertwined, but at the same time for the approach to how recordings of performances are used as a means to write performance history. Instead of re-tracing the frequently discussed relationship between the original performance and its documentation, this interview focuses on the experience of performance from the document and the implications these omnipresent encounters with performance documents have for the ways in which we access the past.
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Keywords: Liveness; media history; performance documentation; television; theatre historiography; video

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 2015

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