Generally taking place in front of closed curtains during set changes between acts, the entr'acte delivers a fleeting new purpose and event to the otherwise sometimes inert space between stage and pit. This collection employs the entr'acte as a model for conceptualizing emerging formations of publics and of public space.
|Publication date:||19th November 2015|
|Categories:||Dance & other performing arts, Architecture, Theatre studies, The arts: general issues, Architectural structure & design, Architectural structure & design,|
Paul Virilio, The European Graduate School, Switzerland Benjamin H. Bratton, University of California, San Diego, USA Nashid Nabian, Harvard University, USA Ricardo Dominguez, University of California, San Diego, USA Jonathan Massey, Syracuse University, USA Brett Snyder, Cheng+Snyder, USA Mabel O. Wilson, Columbia University, USA Mario Gooden, Huff+Golden Architects, USA Omar Khan, University at Buffalo, SUNY, USA Elke Krasny, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria Brenda Laurel, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA Malcolm McCullough, University of Michigan, USA Adrian Blackwell, University of Waterloo, Canada Eduardo Aquino, University of Manitoba, CanadaMore About Jordan Geiger