(Micro-)Performing Ancient Weaving in the PENELOPE Project

Notes

The article presents the research practice of the PENELOPE project as it sets to explore the distinctive logic and order of ancient weaving − an inferential dimension embedded in the material and thus mainly implicit, which is best grasped through performing and which we address here as microperformative.

Performance Research pg 123-130, On Microperformativity Volume 25, No 3 April/May 2020

Artist / Author Giovanni Fanfanni, David Griffiths, Ellen Harlizius-Klück, Anna Purna Mamidipudi, Alex McLean
Publisher Taylor & Francis
ISBN 1352-8165
Reference A0900
Date 2020
Type Article

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