Performing Idea: Performative Writing

Notes

Performance Matters: Performing Idea – Performative Writing 8th October 3.00-7.30pm (not 7th as stated on disk) Toynbee Studios.

Artist / Author Helene Cixous, Adrian Heathfield, Hugo Glendinning
Publisher Performance Matters, British Library
Reference D2104
Date 2010
Type DVD

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