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|Title:||Constructing remnants: Determining strategies for Performance Documentation|
Department of Performance Studies
|Abstract:||This paper address methodolgoical issues involved in the video documentation of live performance, using, as a case study, a recording the author made of Brink Theatre’s 2005 production of Sarah Kane’s '4.48 Psychosis' in the Queen’s Theatre, Adelaide. The paper explains his goals in the documentation process and comment on the inadequacies of video by providing the meta-data required to enable a viewer to understand the spatial and performance-related information represented within the video recording. It also considers feedback from the director and an academic user of the recording.|
|Description:||Please read the introduction by Gay McAuley, included in this collection, as a context for this paper.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Department of Performance Studies|
|Rights and Permissions:||Copyright Australasian Association for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies|
|Type of Work:||Conference paper|
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