The new issue of our popular journal Performance and Mindfulness has arrived! The new issue focuses on the importance of spirituality within dramatic performance and asks for its readers to re-think individual meditation. It considers how meditation and Buddhist practices are important in the execution of the dramatic arts.
This issue is a fantastic read for those who are keen performers interested in physicality and mindfulness, but it may also spark interest in those who are keen to broaden their horizons within their own perspectives of spirituality. The articles cover all corners of performance art, including;
Performance and Mindfulness includes original work from researchers at the University of Huddersfield, but also from academics across the globe. Read on to discover a wide range of perspectives on what spirituality within performance means to the individual, and how it manifests and expresses itself within other cultures and the independent performer.
Volume 2 Issue 1 of Perfomance and Mindfulness
Just in time for Halloween we have a new issue of the Journal of Performance Magic! With articles on mentalism, mediation, David Blaine and an interview with Todd Robbins, the issue is packed with interesting research topics.
Hoedt, Madelon Editorial.
Dean, Edward (Re)Discovering the Body in Mentalism.
Turner, Elizabeth “I Am Alive in Here”: Liveness, Mediation and the Staged Real of David Blaine’s Body.
Hoedt, Madelon “The Extraordinary Other”: Todd Robbins in Conversation with Madelon Hoedt.
Taylor, Nik Call for Participation – The Magiculum
The Journal of Performance Magic focuses on a multidisciplinary and contemporary approach to the field. Covering the influence, legacy and future of performance magic on wider performing arts practice and other diverse academic disciplines. In recIssue 4 of the Journal of Performance Magic – mentalism, mediation and David Blaineent years the academic study of performance magic has made exciting creative links within emerging disciplines; such links include the cognitive sciences, architectural design, and emerging technologies. The Journal of Performance Magic seeks to strengthen these links as well as encourage reflection on areas of performance magic not already covered in publication and develop new perspectives on areas already heavily researched.
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