Study Room Guide: One to One Performance

Notes

One to One Performance offers a series of reflections on a number of performances created by artists for an ‘audience of one’. The guide includes a dialogue with Franko B, commentaries from sixteen artists in response to a series of questions, as well as a list of related materials in the Study Room. The Guide is available to view in our Study Room, or can be downloaded as a pdf.

Artist / Author Rachel Zerihan
Reference P1320
Date 2009
Type Publication

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