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June 10, 2005

A Journal of Performance and Art

PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art

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Editors: Bonnie Marranca and Gautam Dasgupta

PAJ charts new directions in performance, video, installations, drama, dance, media, film, and music, integrating theatre and the visual arts. For nearly three decades, PAJ has been praised for publishing independent critical thought and cutting-edge explorations in the form of artists’ writings, essays, interviews, reviews, performance texts and plays.

Inside PAJ 80 (May 2005):

– Special feature on Robert Ashley operas and excerpt from Celestial Excursions text
– Interview with visual artist William Kentridge on his performance work and opera
– Grant Theft Auto–High Art/Low Life
– Judith Malina remembers poet Jackson Mac Low
– Théâtre du Soleil’s work with refuguees, La Caravanserail

Recent issues have featured:

– Joan Jonas performance and drawings
– Fluxus family value considered
– Slater Bradley images: who is he?
– Lara Croft adventures
– Feminist art and democratic culture in Poland
– Barcelona Forum 2005
– Art, religion, and spirituality series

Forthcoming in PAJ 81 (September 2005):

– Focus on London–Bruce Nauman at the Tate Modern; Societas Raffaello Sanzio/Romeo
– Castellucci performance in the city; new British playwrights
– Portfolio of drawings and photographs by dancer Ralph Lemon from his Geography trilogy

In 2006 PAJ celebrates thirty years of publication with special features throughout the year on New York; the current state of performance; writing for the theatre; looking back and looking forward; global culture; and media and performance.

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