Transient Roots Performance, Place and Exterritorials

Mackey, Sally (2007) Transient Roots Performance, Place and Exterritorials. Performance Research, 12 (2). pp. 75-78. ISSN 1352-8165
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This article interrogates the performance of place as facilitating transient roots for 'exterratorials' (Bauman's neologism [2001] for contemporary mobile humanity). How might place be performed in non-permanent environments? What are the implications for a performance of place when participants are only briefly and temporarily located? What might characterise such performance activity? For an academic in the field of applied and social theatre (as I am), praxis arising from exploring performance in temporary locations might well have uses for drama facilitation contexts. Could a detailed and closely analysed research experiment in performing place yield transferrable ontologies and strategies for engaging displaced transient peoples with their with their temporary - or exterritorial - locality?

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Date:11 March 2007
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