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'Theatre without Seperation: on the presencing of self and other' Dr Paul Simpson

In this talk, given as part of CCIG Forum 11, Dr Paul Simpson from the University of Keele discusses his recently completed research on performance and public space. Utilising the work of philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy the paper discusses how Nancy's work problematises traditional accounts of intersubjectivity. Detailed through a particular case study of a difficult encounter on the streets of Bristol UK whilst performing as a busker, the talk provides an introduction to the key ideas of Nancy, as well as grounding this work within exisiting literatures surrounding subjectivity, publicness and community.

WARNING: This talk contains explicit language


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