Jealousy, Transmission and Recovery

Jealousy, Transmission and Recovery is an article for Performance Research that reflects on the performance project Recovery in relation to ephemerality, survival, and the nature and limits of performance and choreographic data.

Reference: Ellis, Simon. 2015. Jealousy, Transmission and Recovery.” Performance Research 20 (6): 95–100.

Link: ellis-2015-jealousy.pdf


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