Palgrave Studies in Performance and Technology

Broadhurst, S. (Ed), Machon, J. (Ed)

This exciting and timely new series features cutting-edge books which centre on global and embodied approaches to performance and technology. As well as focussing on digital performance and art, the series includes the theoretical and historical context relevant to these practices. Not only does the series offer fresh artistic and theoretical perspectives on this exciting and growing area of contemporary performance practice, but it also aims to include contributors from a wide range of international locations working within this varied discipline. The series includes edited collections and monographs on issues including (but not limited to): identity and live art; intimacy and engagement with technology; biotechnology and artistic practices; technology, architecture and performance; performance, gender and technology; and space and performance. Editorial Advisory Board: Philip Auslander Carol Brown Sita Popat Tracey Warr  We welcome all ideas for new books and have provided guidelines for submitting proposals in the Authors section of our website. To discuss project ideas and proposals for this series please contact the series editors: Susan Broadhurst: susan.broadhurst@brunel.ac.uk Josephine Machon: j.machon@mdx.ac.uk

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