A great technician.
Layzell, Richard (2007) A great technician. In: "Dead History, Live Art? Spectacle, Subjectivity, and Subversion in Visual Culture since the 1960s. Harris, Jonathan, ed. Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, pp. 51-70. ISBN 9780853234388
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Developed from ongoing performance-led research, this chapter seeks to develop a methodology designed to allow for the development, in the reader, of understanding of the creative process in the performing arts: it explores artistic process through the gathering and assemblage of a multiplicity of self-authored 'voices', in which reflective practices are given critical distance through the invention and exploitation of the voice of 'an other'.
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