Cross Pollination's Nomadic Laboratory: a praxis in-between practices

Autores

  • Adriana Parente La Selva Department of Art, Music and Theatre Sciences University of Ghent
  • Patrick Campbell Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Marije Nie
  • Andrea Maciel

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Laboratory Theatre, Performance, Theatre Anthropology, Cross Pollination, Creative Processes

Resumo

This collaborative writing presents the ways in which practitioner-researchers from Cross Pollination (CP), an international arts research platform with a focus on knowledge exchange, create nomadic and temporary laboratory spaces. It is argued that the encounter between different experiences of performative craft generates epistemic insights that enable members of the platform to rearticulate their practices through the reterritorialization of specialized techniques. Furthermore, the article discusses how an ethos of companionship may appear through dialogical and horizontal practices, contributing to a renewal of the theatre laboratory.

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2021-10-11

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La Selva, A. P., Campbell, P., Nie, M., & Maciel, A. (2021). Cross Pollination’s Nomadic Laboratory: a praxis in-between practices. Revista Brasileira De Estudos Da Presença, 11(4), 01–26. Recuperado de https://www.seer.ufrgs.br/index.php/presenca/article/view/113814

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