Gordon Craig's self-contradictions

Abstract : The seeming contradictions in Edward Gordon Craig's theatrical thought can be solved if they are approached as a pragmatic construct that takes the form of a concentric system that revolves around mystic contemplation, and each layer of which is a more or less remote surrogate of such contemplation. By detailing each of these layers in its relation to the core of that concentric system, the paper eventually proposes an overall synthesis of the aesthetics of Craig's experimentations.
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Patrick Le Boeuf. Gordon Craig's self-contradictions. Revista brasileira de estudos da presença = Brazilian journal on presence studies, 2014, 4 (3), pp.401-424. ⟨hal-01060556⟩

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