The Deaths of Pan
Keywords:performativity and theatricality, embodied knowledge, playwriting and/as performance philosophy
AbstractReimagining an ancient myth through a cross-temporal metaphor of a love story, this performance philosophical piece plays with language and theatrical conventions in a meditation on (dis)connection and memory in the times of the Internet and of capitalist modernity.
How to Cite
Jucan, I. B. (2016). The Deaths of Pan. Performance Philosophy, 2(1), 141–161. https://doi.org/10.21476/PP.2016.21108
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