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Olfactory Performances.(aroma in theatrical representations)
March 22, 2001... The smells of Western culture attenuated for much of the 20th century; modern sanitation reduced "bad" odors in daily life, while changing values diminished the rich use of scents for special occasions, such as religious rituals and theatrical events (see Classen, et al. 1994). The...
Sleeping with Cake and other affairs of the heart.(performance art)
March 22, 2001... In a volume beyond its means, the modest black CD player pumps out "I can't fight this feeling any longer, I guess I'm still afraid to let it show..." The glitter ball turns, dazzling in the red light. Five men and women, charmingly dressed in glittering sequins, shimmering tulle, and...
March 22, 2001... Introduction When I wrote and presented ZONE in 1994 at UCLA, a few days after the earthquake, I wanted to comment on the contemporary world of "Them vs. Us" that I felt was a clear and present danger to our society and our species. I used the metaphor of "whiteness and nonwhiteness"...
Somewhere between Corporate Multiculturalism and the Mainstream Bizarre (a border perspective).
March 22, 2001... "Gomez-Pena, you are trapped in between the currents of the global and the concrete. Make up your mind!" --Mexican journalist Intro (Soundbed by Tha Mexakinz, scratched & mixed with 1950s boleros) In the last three years of the 20th century I stopped writing essays...
Announcement.(Stephanie Marlin-Curiel wins Student Essay Contest)(Brief Article)
March 22, 2001... 2000 Student Essay Contest Winner The winner of TDR's 11th annual Student Essay Contest is Stephanie Marlin-Curiel with "Rave New World." Marlin-Curiel is a PhD candidate in Performance Studies at Tisch School of the Arts/NYU. Her essay deals with white South African youth attempting...