Landscape, isolation, and belonging in performance: The art of directing in Aotearoa/New Zealand

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Byrnes, Vanessa
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2021-06
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Aotearoa
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dramaturgy
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Byrnes, V.K. (2021, June). Landscape, Isolation, and Belonging in Performance: The Art of Directing in Aotearoa/ New Zealand. Paper presented at the Sixteenth International Conference on the Arts in Society, University of Western Australia, Perth.
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Key features of the domain; landscape and identity SETTINGS • Isolation • Social mobility and access; ‘one degree of separation’ • Co-operative effort • Belonging • Detail/ big picture dichotomy • Genuine exploration for newness • Risk • Proximity to audience ELEMENTS • Interpretive Confidence • Melding of techniques; ‘Magpie-ism’ • the nomadic tendency of artists • reterritorialization of the self • the unique ‘line of flight’ of the artist - Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari: A Thousand Plateaus • Non-theatrical material and its influence
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