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So I’m standing here, in the high desert, a thousand miles from anywhere I could call home. Without my glasses, without my hair, without my beard. Wearing somebody else’s clothes, which don’t even fit me. Am I even in my … Continue reading


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As part of the performance footprint network event on 20 May 2011, in the former Anatomy Theatre and Museum of Kings College London, Illinois-based performance artist Julie Laffin was commissioned to present a performance-lecture. The objective was to present a … Continue reading

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This summary of the network’s activities was prepared — using the given titles and within the confines of a single A4 page — for the AHRC day seminar ‘Narrating Environmental Change’ on 14 June 2011, at the Royal Geographic Society. … Continue reading

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Oily Anatomies and Toxic Landscapes (Part 1)

The “performance footprint” network held its third and final scheduled meeting in London on May 20th/21st. At our second meeting, in Scotland at Cove Park, the emphasis had been on network members themselves making work in situ, but since this … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Network Event

This Friday, 20th May, the ‘performance footprint’ network is hosting a public symposium event at the Anatomy Theatre & Museum at Kings College London. This forms part of the third and final scheduled meeting of this AHRC-funded network series — … Continue reading

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