Co-curating the Curriculum: On the Politics of International Performance Pedagogy
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Curation, as an emerging research paradigm in Performance Studies, focuses on the process of selection and framing, the productive limitation of knowledge. The authors explore performance curation in terms of how artists and performances negotiate these expanding spaces and audiences and how this inter-city space of performance challenges the ‘international’. They draw comparisons between the practices of curation and pedagogy. The chapter stages two examples of curation that bring the ‘inter-city’ to the fore.
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