Loose Gravel: a poetics

Janaczewska, Noëlle (2012) Loose Gravel: a poetics. Chippendale, NSW, Australia, Serial Space.

Author Janaczewska, Noëlle
Title Loose Gravel: a poetics
Place of publication Chippendale, NSW, Australia
Publisher Serial Space
Publication date 2012-07-22
Series Time Machine Festival
Total pages 1 Performance essay
Language eng
Subject Live Performance of Creative Work - Other
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Loose Gravel—a poetics is about gravel and its kin. About ripping stuff out of the ground, and the language that moves in to fill up the gap. It’s a funny and philosophical performance essay about uncertainty as a defining feature of contemporary life. The materials of the imagination, and the pitfalls and rich disorder of being an associative thinker. It’s about crap places, and growing up in a crap place whose best-known exports are Cliff Richard, Victoria Beckham—and yes, gravel.
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ
Additional Notes Also performed at Geoffrey Rush Drama Studio, University of Queensland, on Thursday 30 August 2012.

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Created: Mon, 02 Feb 2015, 13:20:09 EST by Noelle Janaczewska on behalf of School of Communication and Arts