Volume 5, Issue 1 (2018) Proceedings from DocPerform 2017
DocPerform is a multi- and interdisciplinary research project based at City, University of London. Led by members of the Department of Library & Information Science, it comprises scholars and practitioners from the fields of performing arts and library & information science. The project concerns conceptual, methodological and technological innovations in the documentation of performance, and the extent to which performance may itself be considered to be a document.
The collection of papers in this special issue of Proceedings from the Document Academy are selected from the second DocPerform Symposium, held at City, University of London, 6–7 November 2017.
The DocPerform team would like to thank the DOCAM editors and reviewers for their support for this publication.
Documenting Performance and Contemporary Data Models: Positioning Performance within FRBR and LRM
A Documentary-Material Approach for Performance
Filming the Stage: Reflections on the Historical and the Aesthetic Perspectives of an Essential Archive of the Future
The Walking Dramaturg: An Autoethnographic Methodology for Performance Documentation
Giselle G. Garcia
Performing the Quality of Imperceptible Interactions Between Individuals: A Technological Challenge Regarding the Collective
Virtually Sensuous (Geographies): Towards a Strategy for Archiving Multi-user Experiential and Participatory Installations
Sarah F J Rubidge
The Life of a Dance: Double Take Part II
Gregory C. Sporton
Ballet’s New Stage: Social Documentation of Dance
Adelaide F. Robinson
Reflective Documentation as a Movement Potential: Two Digital Platforms Building a Professional Learning Community
John Taylor and Defne Erdur
Accidental Archives of Performance Making
Is the World After All Just a Dream?
Lyn Robinson and Joseph Dunne
- Shelley Blundell
- Tim Gorichanaz
- Geir Grenersen
- Jodi Kearns
- Kiersten F. Latham
- Bhuva Narayan
- Guest Editor, DocPerform '17 Chair
- Lyn Robinson