Say the word and MOVE

Notes

Terry O’Connor, Wendy Houston and Joe Kelleher give an insight into the working process of the collaborative project “Say the word and MOVE”, in which they explore relations between speaking and moving, language and movement.

Artist / Author Terry O'Connor, Wendy Houston and Joe Kelleher
Publisher Routledge
Reference A0577
Date 2012
Journal Performance Research
Journal date December 2012
Journal page 103-111
Type Article

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