Protest, politics and performance: an examination of object, space and body complements my work Nobody’s Everybody’s Business performed in Bonnie Bird Theatre on 19th July 2019.
This thesis expands on the notion of protest within performance, focusing on and drawing upon the power of us as a society. It introduces ideas behind creating choreographic work within a political context. Elements such as objects, sounds, choreography, space and spectator are taken into consideration and come together within the structure of the work.
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Straczynska, Ania. (2019). Protest, politics and performance: an examination of object, space and body (Masters’ theses). Retrieved https://researchonline.trinitylaban.ac.uk/oa/thesis/?p=1232
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