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“Change,” for me, signifies both a mode of cognition and critique as well as the awareness of the need to interrogate relentlessly the models, the practices, and the modes of thinking which define and are being defined by the existing historical, social, political, or artistic environments.

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Kobialka, M. (2018). “Of Change”. In: Etheridge Woodson, S., Underiner, T. (eds) Theatre, Performance and Change. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

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