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Splendour/Pleasure uploaded by James Edward Green IV
Splendour/Pleasure takes its inspiration from Alfonso Lingisâ€™ writings on the autoerotic effect of the ritual dances, colourful displays and the squandering of excess forces in the courtship of North American Sage Grouse, European Knights and contemporary performance art practices. It constitutes a response to David Attenboroughs documentary on the aesthetic sensibility of bower birds in courtship and Lingisâ€™ writings on axiological discourse â€˜the beautiful words beautify, the noble words ennobleâ€™. Avoiding to a large degree all representational and narrative structures, the performance is a playful investigation into the erotic and autoerotic nature of being on display in contemporary theatre: a celebration of the pleasure of performance. Entered by James Edward Green IV Submitted on 2015-07-25 Views:3301