The Deaths of Pan

Authors

  • Ioana B. Jucan Brown University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21476/PP.2016.21108

Keywords:

performativity and theatricality, embodied knowledge, playwriting and/as performance philosophy

Abstract

Reimagining 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.

Author Biography

Ioana B. Jucan, Brown University

Ioana B. Jucan is a researcher and performance-maker working at the intersection of theatre and performance, philosophy, and new media. Her scholarly and creative writing has been published in journals (TDR: The Drama Review, Nerve Lantern, Parallax, Liminalities, Revista Caracteres) and edited collections (Adorno and Performance, This and That: Essays on Live Art and Performance Studies). Her book of performance pieces, Cosmology of Worlds Apart, is forthcoming from O Balthazar Press.

Jucan is currently completing a PhD in Theatre & Performance Studies at Brown University.  http://ioanajucan.com

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Published

29-07-2016

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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