Joshua Sofaer’s The Many Headed Monster in Madrid

April 1 – June 30 2014
Exposición Archivo Artea
Paseo de la Chopera, 14, 28045 Madrid

The Many Headed Monster features in an exhibition on performance at the Artea Archive in Matadero Madrid.

The Many Headed Monster is an original and inventive resource created by Joshua Sofaer and published by LADA on contemporary performance practices and their relationships with audiences.

A Spanish translation of The Many Headed Monster‘s Lecture text accompanies the exhibition and is also available when purchasing the publication on Unbound.

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