Desire Spatialized Differently in Dances that can be Read as Lesbian

  • Valerie A. Briginshaw


While the discussions of dance works in Part I were concerned with constructions, dynamics and qualities of particular outdoor spaces and locations, and how these contribute to constructions of subjectivity, specifically with reference to gender, the next three chapters focus on virtual or metaphorical spaces seen as in-between. These in-between spaces existing on the borderlines of body/space interfaces and spatial interfaces are explored specifically with reference to sexuality in this chapter, and cultural differences in the next two chapters, to see what potential they might hold for rethinking and challenging traditional constructions of subjectivity.


Binary Opposition Dance Performance Machinic Connection Coherent Subject Dance Video 
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© Valerie A. Briginshaw 2009

Authors and Affiliations

  • Valerie A. Briginshaw
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  1. 1.University of ChichesterUK

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