Radical Intimacy: Ontroerend Goed Meets The Emancipated Spectator

Notes

Article exploring the intimacy of the performer-spectator relationship in the encounter between the Jacques Ranciére philosophy and the Belgian, Ghent-based theatre performance group Ontroerend Goed's immersive performance work.

Artist / Author Liesbeth Groot Nibbelink
Publisher Routledge
Reference A0607
Date 2012
Journal Contemporary Theatre Review
Journal date August 2012
Journal page 412-420
Type Article

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