Spatial Tuning, Performance, the piano and the spatial politics of waste management.

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Cityscopio
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Journal Article
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SOPHIA Journal, 2018, Crossing Borders, Shifting Boundaries Image, Body and Territory (3), pp. 32 - 55
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2018
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Investigating how site specific performance can activate engagement with the spatial politics of urban processes, this paper explores the relations between the body, territory and the environmental impact of consumer culture. Centred on a performance event titled Spatial Tuning that took place on the boundary of a municipal rubbish dump in the city of Hobart, Tasmania in 2016, this research is framed within an existing field of practice in which a variety of creative practitioners engage pianos as performative devices to renegotiate situations, subjects and environments.
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